The variable effects of arrest on criminal careers: The Milwaukee domestic violence experiment

@article{Sherman1992TheVE,
  title={The variable effects of arrest on criminal careers: The Milwaukee domestic violence experiment},
  author={L. Sherman and J. Schmidt and D. Rogan and D. A. Smith and Patrick R. Gartin and E. Cohn and Dj Collins and Ar Bacich},
  journal={Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology},
  year={1992},
  volume={83},
  pages={137-169}
}
This research was supported by grant 86IJCXKO43 to the Crime Control Institute from the National Institute ofJustice. The points of view or opinions stated herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the U.S. Department of Justice or the Milwaukee Police Department. We are deeply indebted to former Milwaukee Police Chief Robert J. Ziarnik for his support of this research and to Chief Philip Arreola for continuing that support. We also thank Kathleen… Expand
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