Ms. Leimberg's lead author study entitled, "Unstructured Socializing with Peers, Low Self-Control, and Substance Use," was accepted for publication in the International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology.
Melba will work on the Center’s prosecutorial research and reform initiatives alongside Drs. Kutateladze, Richardson, and Liu.
The newsletter highlights the various externally funded grants awarded to CCJ faculty, as well as journal articles published by both CCJ faculty and PhD students. It is downloadable as a standalone PDF.
The book, entitled “The Evolution of Illicit Flows: Displacement and Convergence among Transnational Crime” will be co-edited with colleagues from Transcrime (Italy), Dr. Alberto Aziani and Dr. Ernesto Savona. Springer Press (Switzerland) is the book's publisher.
The article, entitled, "Assessing the Impact of Restrictive Housing on Inmate Post-Release Criminal Behavior," was published in the American Journal of Criminal Justice.
APS is recruiting additional members. APS is an honor society that participates in various charity events. It also looks great on a resume. Due to COVID-19, we will be holding events through Zoom but we continue to be active!
The SAVE Foundation will present Dr. Kutateladze with the award as part of their "Champions of Equality" Virtual Gala on Friday August 28th.
The article, titled "Tempering expectations: A qualitative study of prosecutorial reform," is based on in-depth interviews with nearly 50 prosecutors in Tampa and Jacksonville.
The Consortium is the mechanism through which the MacArthur Foundation's SJC uses its data to undertake broader research and evaluation of strategies for reducing jail populations. After a competitive application process, FIU's Center for the Administration of Justice was selected for membership in the Consortium.
Dr. Chang won the Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching. She will be recognized for this award during the Faculty Convocation Award Ceremony in Fall 2020.