Other Free Encyclopedias » Law Library - American Law and Legal Information » Crime and Criminal Law » Prediction of Crime and Recidivism - Predictor And Criterion Variables, Outcome Of Positive And Negative Predictions, Base Rate, Statistical Prediction

Prediction of Crime and Recidivism - Bibliography

law delinquency justice department

American Justice Institute, with the National Council on Crime and Delinquency. Sentencing and Parole Release. Classification Instruments for Criminal Justice Decisions, vol. 4. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, National Institute of Corrections, 1979.

BONTA, JAMES; LAW, MOIRA; and HANSON, KARL. "The Prediction of Criminal and Violent Recidivism among Mentally Disordered Offenders: A Meta-Analysis." Psychological Bulletin 123 (1998): 123–142.

BURGESS, ERNEST W. et al. The Working of the Indeterminate Sentencing Law in the Parole System in Illinois. Springfield: Illinois Parole Board, 1928.

DERSHOWITZ, ALAN M. "The Origins of Preventive Confinement in Anglo-American Law: The English Experience." University of Cincinnati Law Review 43 (1974): 1–60.

GOTTFREDSON, DON M. "Assessment and Prediction Methods in Crime and Delinquency." Task Force Report. Juvenile Delinquency and Youth Crime. Washington, D.C.: President's Commission on Law Enforcement and Administration of Justice, Task Force on Juvenile Delinquency, 1967.

KOZOL, HARRY L.; BOUCHER, RICHARD J.; and GAROFALO, RALPH E. "The Diagnosis and Treatment of Dangerousness." Crime and Delinquency 18 (1972): 371–392.

LIDZ, CHARLES; MULVEY, EDWARD; and GARDNER, WILLIAM. "The Accuracy of Predictions of Violence to Others." Journal of the American Medical Association 269 (1993): 1007–1011.

MONAHAN, JOHN. The Clinical Prediction of Violent Behavior. Rockville, Md.: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration, National Institute of Mental Health, 1981.

——. "Clinical and actuarial predictions of violence." In Modern Scientific Evidence: The Law and Science of Expert Testimony. Edited by D. Faigman, D. Kaye, M. Saks, and J. Sanders. St. Paul, Minn.: West Publishing Company, 1997. Pages 300–318.

MONAHAN, JOHN, and WALKER, LAURENS. Social Science in Law: Cases and Materials. Westbury, N.Y.: Foundation Press, 1998.

MONAHAN, JOHN, and WEXLER, DAVID B. "A Definite Maybe: Proof and Probability in Civil Commitment." Law and Human Behavior 2 (1978): 37–42.

PLATO. Protagoras. Translated by W. R. M. Lamb. Loeb Classical Library, vol. 4. London: Heinemann, 1925.

President's Commission on Law Enforcement and Administration of Justice. The Challenge of Crime in a Free Society. Washington, D.C.: The Commission, 1967.

QUINSEY, VERNON; HARRIS, GRANT; RICE, MARNIE; and CORMIER, CATHERINE. Violent Offenders: Appraising and Managing Risk. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association, 1998.

State of Michigan, Department of Corrections. Information on Michigan Department of Corrections' Risk Screening. Lansing, Mich.: The Department, 1978.

STEADMAN, HENRY J. "A New Look at Recidivism among Patuxent Inmates." Bulletin of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law 5 (1977): 200–209.

STEADMAN, HENRY J., and COCOZZA, JOSEPH J. Careers of the Criminally Insane: Excessive Social Control of Deviance. Lexington, Mass.: Heath, Lexington Books, 1974.

STEADMAN, HENRY; SILVER, ERIC; MONAHAN, JOHN; APPELBAUM, PAUL; ROBBINS, PAMELA; MULVEY, EDWARD; GRISSO, THOMAS; ROTH, LOREN; and BANKS, STEVEN. "A Classification Tree Approach to the Development of Actuarial Violence Risk Assessment Tools." Law and Human Behavior 24 (2000): 83–100.

UNDERWOOD, BARBARA D. "Law and the Crystal Ball: Predicting Behavior with Statistical Inference and Individualized Judgment." Yale Law Journal 88 (1979): 1408–1448.

VON HIRSCH, ANDREW. Doing Justice. The Choice of Punishments. New York: Hill & Wang, 1976.

WENK, ERNST A.; ROBISON, JAMES O.; and SMITH, GERALD W. "Can Violence Be Predicted?" Crime and Delinquency 18 (1972): 393–402.

[back] Prediction of Crime and Recidivism - Conclusions And Implications

User Comments

Your email address will be altered so spam harvesting bots can't read it easily.
Hide my email completely instead?

Cancel or