Criminal Justice Archive

AimΓ©e Delaney, Worcester State University – Norms of Violence

Violence has a negative effect on youth. AimΓ©e Delaney, associate professor of criminal justice at Worcester

Selmer Bringsjord, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute – Ethical A.I.

Should artificial intelligence be used in weapons? Selmer Bringsjord, professor of cognitive science at Rensselaer Polytechnic

Duane Loynes, Rhodes College – Black Communities and Law Enforcement

On Rhodes College Week:Β  How do we heal the divide between black communities and law enforcement?

Sarah Higinbotham, Emory University – The Violence of the Law in Early Modern England

On Oxford College of Emory University Week: Artists have been commenting on the laws of the

Karen Snedker, Seattle Pacific University – Therapeutic Justice: Crime Treatment Court and Mental Illness

A better way to handle mental health in the criminal justice system is needed. Karen A.

Adam Frank, University of Central Arkansas – Empowering At-Risk Youth through Theatre

On University of Central Arkansas Week: Β Shakespeare and comedy might give at-risk youth a better path.

Lorrie George-Paschal, University of Central Arkansas – Occupational Therapy Mentoring Program for Adolescents

On University of Central Arkansas Week: Occupational therapy can be a benefit to those in juvenile

Jennifer Saxton, University of Central Arkansas – The Intersections Between Cross-Sector Collaboration and Social Justice Leadership in Juvenile Court Procedures

On this Student Spotlight during University of Central Arkansas Week: How do we lower the recidivism

Michael DeValve, Bridgewater State University – Million-Dollar Blocks

The failures of the justice system persist. Michael DeValve, assistant professor in the department of criminal

Nick Fesette, Oxford College of Emory University – Imprisonment and the Theater

On Oxford College of Emory University Week: Can you find a sense of freedom behind bars?