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A criminal history is an undeniably excellent predictor of future criminal behavior (Gendreau, Little, and Goggin, 1996). Yet despite stability in offending over time, most offenders, even those with serious criminal histories, eventually desist Employment-based reentry programs are designed and evaluated with an eye toward hastening the desistance process(More)
Computational criminology seeks to address criminological and criminal justice problems through the use of applied mathematics, computer science, and criminology. The development of mathematical and computational methods along with the emergence of cyberspace demonstrates the need for innovative degree programs that focus on computational criminology. The(More)
One of the goals of the Education Policy Research project was to identify a model prototype of the administrative structure of teacher preparation programs that maximizes the effectiveness of graduates. Several aspects of administrative structure were considered, including the overall program length, the amount of student teaching a program requires of(More)