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8 new crime research studies for September 18

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1. Now You See It, Now You Don’t: A Simulation and Illustration of the Importance of Treating Incomplete Data in Estimating Race Effects in Sentencing, published in Journal of Quantitative Criminology.

2. Establishing Key Facts About Restrictive Housing—A Systems-Level Descriptive Analysis of Restrictive Housing and the Implications for Theory, Research, and Policy, published in Crime & Delinquency.

3. Crime and Features of the Built Environment Predicting Risk of Fatal Overdose: A Comparison of Rural and Urban Ohio Counties with Risk Terrain Modeling, published in American Journal of Criminal Justice.

4. Differential Associations Between Posttraumatic Cognitions, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Symptoms, and Race Among Black and White Veterans Seeking Treatment for Assaultive Military Sexual Trauma, published in Journal of Interpersonal Violence.

5. Labeling Victimization Experiences and Self as Predictors of Service Need Perceptions and Talking to Police, published in Journal of Interpersonal Violence.

6. “That is Not Behavior Consistent With a Rape Victim”: The Effects of Officer Displays of Doubt on Sexual Assault Case Processing and Victim Participation, published in Journal of Interpersonal Violence.

7. The long arm of the gang: Disengagement under gang governance in Central America, published in Criminology.

8. “The roughest form of social work:” How court officials justify bail decisions, published in Criminology.

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