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The author reviews the course of his criminological research, which began with the study of how police decide whether to record offenses. His research on crime measurement has ultimately led him to give up trying to measure trends in crime and criminality. In its place, he proposes a paradigm in...
This research tests a typology used to classify performance measures used in local police departments. This typology classifies performance measures into three categories or domains: objective output measures, objective outcome measures, and subjective outcome measures. Using survey data, the...
Competency to stand trial (CST) determinations require an adherence to legal adjudication standards and psychological assessments methods. However, the forensic decision making on these matters is fraught with complex and enduring dilemmas. Questions persist about the vague and ambiguous nature...
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (BATF) sometimes traces the history of firearms used in crime. Typically, the trace reveals the gun's history from its manufacture to its sale by a licensed retail firearms dealer. BATF traces occasionally have been a useful tool for investigating...
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