David H. Bayley
Dr. Bayley's research is a grant with U.S. Institute of Peace on Official Inquiries into Police Corruption; he is also Co-Project Director on a University of Texas-El Paso subcontract through the Federal Bureau of Investigation entitled Survey on Interrogative Practices/Efficacy Involving Interrogators Across U.S. Military and Federal Agencies.
William J. Bowers, James R. Acker - Capital Jury Project and Capital Punishment Research Initiative (CPRI)
CPRI is dedicated to conducting and/or supporting empirical and historical study of issues involving the ultimate penal sanction, using the two primary components of research (including the federally funded Capital Jury Project) and education.
Shawn D. Bushway
Dr. Bushway's current research includes a recidivism project subcontracted with the National Opinion Research Center (NORC) through the Bureau of Justice Statistics; he is also Co-Project Director on a National Institute of Justice funded award on Bargaining in the Shaow of Trail--Exploring the Reach of Evidence Oustide the Jury Box to Dr. Allison D. Redlich.
Heather Larkin, Dana C. Peterson, Laura M. Hopson, Megan C. Kurlychek, David E. Duffee
The Residential Education project is addressing measurable outcomes of efforts to return institutionalized youth for reintegration into family, school, and community.
Kathleen Maguire - Utilization of Criminal Justice Statistics
This project maintains a website Sourcebook Online of criminal justice statistics that serves a wide variety of users including academics, the media, researchers, planners, and practitioners.
Allison D. Redlich
Dr. Redlich's projects include a National institute of Justice award on Bargaining in the Shadow of Trial-Exploring the Reach of Evidence Outside the Jury Box; a National Science Foundation award on Creating and Transferring Knowledge on Guyilty Pleas; and a Federal Bureau of Investigation subcontract through the University of Texas at El Paso on Survey on Interrogative Practices/Efficacy Involving Interrogators Across U.S. Military and Federal Agencies.
Terence P. Thornberry (University of Maryland, College Park), Marvin D. Krohn (University of Florida, Gainsville), and Alan J. Lizotte - Rochester Youth Development Study (RYDS)
A number of related projects focusing on intergenerational transmission of antisocial behavior are based upon a Rochester, New York sample of adolescents.
Completed Hindelang Center Projects
Descriptions of completed research projects are listed.