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Cho, S. (2018). The impact of low self-control and delinquent peer associations on bullying perpetration and victimization among South Korean adolescents: Time-concurrent, Time-lagged, and latent growth curve modeling. Journal of School Violence,1-21.

Cho, S., & Wooldredge, J. (2018). Direct and indirect effects of low self-control on the personal victimization of South Korean youth. Journal of Youth Studies, 1-25.

Cho, S., & Wooldredge, J. (2018). Lifestyles, informal controls, and youth victimization risk in South Korea and the United States. Journal of Child & Family Studies, 27(4), 1358-1371.

Glassner, S., & Cho, S. (2018). Bullying victimization, negative emotions, and substance use: Utilizing General Strain Theory to examine the negative outcomes of childhood bullying victimization in adolescence and young adulthood. Journal of Youth Studies,1-18.

Burruss, G.W., Giblin, M.J., & Schafer, J.A. (Eds.). (2018). Contemporary research in police organizations. New York: Routledge.

Giblin, M. J., & Nowacki, J. S. (2018). Organizational decline and fiscal distress in municipal police agencies. Police Quarterly, 21(2), 171–195.

Kochel, T.R. & Weisburd, D. (2018).  The impact of hot spots policing on collective efficacy:  Findings from a randomized field trial. Justice Quarterly.  Available online.

Kochel, T.R. (2018). Police Legitimacy and Resident Cooperation in Crime Hotspots: Effects of Victimization Risk and Collective Efficacy. Policing and Society, 28(3), 251-270. DOI: 10.1080/10439463.2016.1174235

Morgan, R. D., Kroner, D. G., & Mills, J. F. (2018). Changing lives and changing outcomes: A treatment program for justice involved persons with mental illness. New York: Routledge.

Morgan, R. D., Kroner, D. G., & Mills, J. F. (2018). Changing lives and changing outcomes: A workbook for justice involved persons with mental illness. New York: Routledge.

Narag, R. E. (2018). Exploring consequences of prolonged trial detention: Evidence from a local jurisdiction in the Philippines. International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice.

Narag, R. E. (2018). “Interview with a Philippine jail warden” in Trends in corrections.  Hurley MH (ed). Taylor and Francis.

Pleggenkuhle, B. (2018). The financial cost of a criminal conviction: Context and consequences. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 45(1): 121-145.

Schafer, J.A., Lee, C.*, Burruss, G.W., & Giblin, M.J. (2018). College student perceptions of campus safety initiatives. Criminal Justice Policy Review, 29(4), 319-340.


Simi, P. and Bubolz, B. F. (2017). Far-right terrorism in the United States. In Handbook of the Criminology of Terrorism, edited by G. LaFree and J. Freilich. John Wiley & Sons, Hoboken, NJ.

Cho, S. (2017). Explaining the overlap between bullying perpetration and bullying victimization: Assessing the time-ordered and the correlative relationships. Children and Youth Services Review, 79, 280-290.

Cho, S. (2017). Self-control and risky lifestyles in context: Cross-level integration between opportunity and collective efficacy in the study of peer victimization among South Korean youths. Journal of Child & Family Studies, 26(1), 67-79.

Cho, S., Hong, J.S., Sterzing, P., & Yoo, Y. (2017). Parental attachment and bullying in South Korean adolescents: Mediating effects of low self-control, deviant peer associations, and delinquency. Crime & Delinquency, 63(9), 1168-1188.

Cho, S., Hong, J.S., Espelage., D.L., & Choi., K. (2017). Applying the lifestyle routine activities theory to understand physical and non-physical peer victimization. The Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment and Trauma, 26(3), 297-315.

Hong, J. S., Voisin, D. R., Cho, S., Smith, D. C., & Resko, S. M. (2017). Peer victimization and substance use among African American adolescents and emerging adults on Chicago’s Southside. The American Journal of Orthopsychiatry,1-10.

Giblin, M.J. (2017). Leadership and management in police organizations.  Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Giblin, M. J., & Galli, P. M.* (2017). Compensation as a police candidate attraction tool: An organizational-level analysis. Police Quarterly, 20, 397-419.

Telep, C. & Hibdon, J. (2017). Identifying and responding to hot spots: Are crime counts enough? Criminology and Public Policy, 16(2), 661-671.

Hibdon, J., Telep, C. & Groff, E. (2017). The concentration and stability of drug activity in Seattle, Washington using police and emergency medical services data.  Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 33(3), 497-417.

Kochel, T.R. (2017). Applying police legitimacy, cooperation, and collective security hypotheses to explain collective efficacy and violence across neighborhoods. International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice.

Kochel, T.R. & Weisburd, D. (2017). Assessing community consequences of implementing hot spots policing in residential areas: Findings from a randomized field trial. Journal of Experimental Criminology, 13(2), 143-170.

Kochel, T.R. (2017). Legitimacy judgments in neighborhood context: Antecedents in “good” versus “bad” neighborhoods. Policing: An International Journal, 40(3), 529-543

Kochel, T.R. (2017). Explaining racial differences in Ferguson’s impact on local residents’ trust and perceived legitimacy: Policy implications for police. Criminal Justice Policy Review.

Kochel, T.R. (2017). “The impact of the Ferguson, MO police shooting on black and non-black residents’ perceptions of police: Procedural justice, trust, and legitimacy.” In D. Oberwittler & S. Roche (Eds.). Police-citizen relations across the world: Comparing sources and contexts of trust and legitimacy. New York: Routledge, 196-218.  ISBN 9781138222861.

Mori, T., Takahashi, M., & Kroner, D. G. (2017). Can unstructured clinical risk judgment have incremental validity in the prediction of recidivism in a non-western juvenile offenders. Psychological Services, 14, 77-86.

Singh, J. P., Kroner, D. G., Wormith, J. S., Desmarais, S., & Hamilton, Z. (Eds.). (2017). Recidivism risk assessment: A handbook for practitioners. Wiley: West Sussex, UK.

Mullins, C. W. & Kavish, D.*. (2017). Conceal carry and race: A test of minority threat in law generation. Social Sciences, 6, 149.

Mullins, C.W. & Kavish, D.*. (2017). ’It just be like that’: Young men and young women’s narratives of negative sexual behavior.”Qualitative Journal of Criminal Justice and Criminology. 5(2) 174-194.

Testa, A., Young, J.K., Mullins, C. W. (2017). Does democracy enhance or reduce lethal violence? Examining the role of the rule of law. Homicide Studies, 21(3), 219-239.

Narag, R.E. & Lee, S.*. (2017). Putting out fires: Understanding the roles of gangs in the Philippine overcrowded jails. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology.

Narag, R.E. (2017). Understanding factors related to prolonged trial of detained defendants in the Philippines. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology.

Narag, R.E., Galehan, J.* & Jones, C.. (2017). Challenges of inmate classification in a developing country setting: Implications for context-based classification schemes. International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice. 1-18.

Narag, Raymund E. & Allison Heater. (2017). Deprivation theory. In Encyclopedia of juvenile delinquency and justice. Schreck C. (ed). Wiley Press.

Pleggenkuhle, B., *Steele, A., & *Teshima, E. (2017). Employment post-incarceration: How ex-offenders navigate barriers. Journal of Qualitative Criminology and Criminal Justice 5(2), 195-226.

Rydberg, J., Grommon, E., Huebner, B.M. & Pleggenkuhle, B. (2017). Examining the correlates of sex offender residence restriction violation rates. Journal of Quantitative Criminology,33(2), 347-369.

*Kyle, M.J., & Schafer, J.A. (2017). Effective leadership in policing. In R. Burke (ed.) Stress in policing: Sources, consequences, and interventions (pp. 295-308). London: Routledge.

*Kyle, M. J., Schafer, J. A., Burruss, G. W., & Giblin, M. J. (2017). Perceptions of campus safety policies: Contrasting the views of students with faculty and staff. American Journal of Criminal Justice, 42, 644-667.

Schafer, J.A., & Varano, S.P. (2017). Change in police organizations: Perceptions, experiences, and the failure to launch. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 33(4), 392-410. 


Simi, P., Sporer, K., & Bubolz, B.F. (2016). Narratives of childhood adversities and adolescent misconduct as precursors to violent extremism: A life-course criminological approach. Journal of Research on Crime and Delinquency.

Simi, P., Futrell, R., & Bubolz, B.F. (2016). Parenting as activism: Identity alignment and activist persistence in the white power movement. The Sociological Quarterly, 57(3), 491-519.

Cho, S., & Wooldredge, J. (2016). The link between juvenile offending and victimization: Sources of change over time in personal victimization risk among South Korean adolescents. Children and Youth Services Review. 71,119-129.

Cho, S., Wooldredge, J., & Sun Park, C. (2016). Lifestyles/routine activities and bullying among South Korea youths. Victim and Offenders, 11(2), 285-314.

Hong, J. S., Voisin, D. R., Cho, S., & Espelage., D. L. (2016). Association among subtypes of bullying status and sexually- risky behaviors of urban African American adolescents in Chicago. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health. 18(5), 1007-1016.

Cho, S., Lee, J.M., Prisner, A., & Hong, J.S. (2016). Crime and delinquency among Asian immigrants in the United States. In H.V. Miller & A. Peguero (eds), The Routledge Handbook of Immigration and Crime. New York: Taylor & Francis/Routledge

Weisburd, D., Eck, J. E., Braga, A. A., Cave, B., Telep, C., Bowers, K., Bruinsma, G., Gill, C., Groff, E., Hibdon, J., Hinkle, J. C., Johnson, S. D., Lawton, B., Lum, C. Ratcliffe, J., Rengert, G., Taniguchi, T., & Yang, S. (2016). Place Matters: Criminology for the 21st Century. Cambridge University Press.

Hibdon, J., Schafer, J., Lee, C.* & Summers, M.* (2016).  Avoidance behaviors in a campus residential environment. Criminology, Criminal Justice, Law & Society, 17(3), 74-89.

Johnson, D., Maguire, E., Maas, S., & Hibdon, J. (2016). Systematic observation of disorder and other neighborhood conditions in a distressed Caribbean community.  Journal of Community Psychology, 44(6), 729-746.

Sargeant, E. & Kochel, T.R. (2016). Re-examining the normative, expressive, and instrumental models: How do feelings of insecurity condition the willingness to cooperate with police in different contexts? Policing and Society.

Pashea, J.J.* & Kochel, T.R. (2016). Face-to-face surveys in high crime areas: Balancing respondent cooperation and interviewer safety. Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 27(1), 95-120.

Kochel, T.R. (2016). Hot spots policing. In B.M. Huebner (Ed.). Oxford Bibliographies in Criminology. New York: Oxford University Press. Available at

Kroner, D. G. (2016). The Ewert v. Canada judgment: Moving forward. Journal of Threat Assessment and Management, 3, 122-127.

Kroner, D. G., & Quillen, M.* (2016). Mental health and physical studies. In B. M. Huebner & T. S. Bynum (Eds.) Handbook of measurement issues in criminology and criminal justice. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons.

Kavish, D.*, Mullins, C.W., & Soto, D.. (2016). Interactionist labeling: Formal and informal labeling’s effects on juvenile delinquency. Crime & Delinquency, 62(10), 1313-1336

Mullins, C.W. (2016). Sexual violence during war. Palgrave handbook on criminology and war. R. McGarry & S. Walklate, eds. Palgrave. 117-132.

Narag, R.E. & Jones, C. (2016). Understanding prison management in the Philippines: A case for shared governance. The Prison Journal, 97(1), 3-26.

Narag, R.E. (2016).  Baseline study of the Philippine penal conditions. Nurturing a human rights based approach to integrated penal management. Manila: United Nations Development Program.

Pleggenkuhle, B., Huebner, B.M., & Kras, K.R. (2016). Solid start: Supportive housing, social support, and reentry transitions. Journal of Crime and Justice, 39(3), 380-397.

Kras, K. R., Pleggenkuhle, P., & Huebner, B.M. (2016). A new way of doing time on the outside: Sex offenders’ pathways in and out of a transitional housing facility. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 60(5), 512-534.

Pleggenkuhle, B. (2016). “Prisoner Reentry.” In Spraitz, J. and Bowen, K. (Eds.), Contemporary criminal justice: An examination of the system, its challenges, and its future. Cognella, 181-199.

Hibdon, J., Schafer, J., *Lee, C., & *Summers, M. (2016). Avoidance behaviors in a campus residential environment. Criminology, Criminal Justice, Law & Society, 17(3), 74-89.

*Kyle, M.J., & Schafer, J.A. (2016). Community policing and police interventions. In B.M. Huebner & T.S. Bynum (eds.) The handbook of measurement issues in criminology and criminal justice (pp. 279-302). Malden, MA: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.


Bubolz, B.F., & Simi, P. (2015). Leaving the world of hate: Life-course transitions and self-change. American Behavioral Scientist, 59(12), 1588-1608.

Bubolz, B.F., & Simi, P. (2015). Disillusionment and change: A cognitive-emotional theory of gang desistance. Deviant Behavior, 36(4), 330-345.

Koper, C., Lum, C. & Hibdon, J. (2015). The uses and impacts of mobile computing technology in hot spots policing. Evaluation Review, 39(6), 587- 624.

Mullins, C.W. and Visagaratnam, N.* (2015). Sexual and sexualized violence in armed conflicts. In Criminology and War: Transgressing the Borders. Edited by S. Walklate & R. McGarry. Taylor and Francis. 139-157.

Klenowski, P., Copes, H., Mullins, C., & Vieraitis, L. (2015). How men and women avoid the stigma of white collar crime. In A. Thio, T. Calhoun & A. Conyers Deviance Today. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson.

Kavish, D., & Mullins, C.W.  (2015). Block parties. Encyclopedia of Street Crime in America. Jefferey Ian Ross, editor.

Kavish, D., & Mullins, C.W.  (2015). Routine activities theory.  Encyclopedia of Street Crime in America. Jefferey Ian Ross, editor.

Huebner, B.M., & Pleggenkuhle, B.  (2015). Residential mobility, household composition, and recidivism: An analysis by gender. Justice Quarterly, 32(5), 818 –844.


Pelfrey, W.V. Jr., & Bubolz, B.F. (2014). Hybridizing Socrates: A hybrid approach to teaching graduate research methods.  Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 25(1), 34-53.

Giblin, M.J. (2014). Organization and management in the criminal justice system: A text/reader. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Haynes, M.R.*, & Giblin, M.J. (2014). Homeland security risk and preparedness in police agencies: The insignificance of actual risk factors. Police Quarterly, 17, 30-53.

Burruss, G.W., & Giblin, M. J. (2014). Modeling isomorphism on policing innovation: The role of institutional pressures in adopting community-oriented policing. Crime and Delinquency, 60, 331-355.

Giblin, M.J., Burruss, G.W., & Schafer, J.A. (2014). A stone’s throw from the metropolis: Re- examining small agency homeland security practices. Justice Quarterly, 31, 368-393.

Hibdon, J. & Groff, E. (2014).  What you find depends on where you look: Using emergency medical services call data to target illicit drug use hot spots. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 30(2), 169-185.

Merola, L.M., Lum, C., Cave, B. & Hibdon, J. (2014). Community support for license plate recognition. Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management, 37(1), 30-51.

Kochel, T.R. (2014). Police use of force. In R. Wright (Ed.) Oxford Bibliographies in Criminology. New York: Oxford University Press.

Kochel, T.R. (2014). Causes of police legitimacy. In G. Bruinsma and D. Weisburd (Eds.). Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice. New York: Springer, pp295-303. DOI 10.1007/978-1-4614-5690-2.

Wilson, D.B., Kochel, T.R., Mastrofski, S.D. (2014). Race and an officer’s decision to make an arrest. In G. Bruinsma and D. Weisburd (Eds.). Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice. New York: Springer, pp. 4245-4251.

Walters, G. D., Kroner, D. G., DeMatteo, D., & Locklair, B. J. (2014). The impact of base rate utilization and clinical experience on the accuracy of judgments made with the HCR-20. Journal of Forensic Psychology Practice, 14, 288-301.

Morgan, R. D., Kroner, D. G., Mills, J. F., Bauer, R. L., & Serna, C. (2014). Treating justice involved persons with mental illness: Preliminary evaluation of a comprehensive treatment program. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 41, 902–916.

Kroner, D. G., Power, J., Takahashi, M., & Harris, A. J. R. (2014). Predicting treatment attrition among seriously violent offenders: An application of the Directionality Model. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 29, 2239-2256.

Morgan, R. D., Kroner, D. G., Mills, J. F., & Batastini, A. B. (2014). Treatment with criminal offenders. In I. B.Weiner & R. K. Otto (Eds.) Handbook of Forensic Psychology. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons.

Kroner, D. G., & Morgan, R. D. (2014). An overview of strategies for the assessment and treatment of criminal thinking. In R. C. Tafrate & D. Mitchell (Eds.), Forensic CBT: A handbook for clinical practice. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell.

Mullins, Christopher. (2014). Crime, justice and social diversity. 1st edition. Cognella.

Grothoff , G.*, Kempf-Leonard, K., & Mullins, C.W. (2014). Gender and juvenile drug abuse: A General Strain Theory perspective. Women and Criminal Justice. 24(1), 22-43.

Huebner, B. M., Kras, K., Rydberg, J., Grommon, E., Bynum, T.S., & Pleggenkuhle, B. (2014). The effect and implications of sex offender residence restrictions: Evidence from a two state evaluation. Criminology and Public Policy, 13(1), 139-168.

Schafer, J.A., Mullins, C.W., & Box, S.* (2014). Awakenings: The emergence of white supremacist ideologies. Deviant Behavior, 35, 173-196.