Organization profile

Organization profile

The Institute on Crime and Public Policy supports faculty scholarship on legal, empirical, and normative issues concerning crime and public policy. Participating faculty are involved in projects that cluster into five categories: American sentencing and corrections, comparative criminal procedure and process, juvenile justice systems, normative theories of punishment, and crime control policy. The institute is the home of four major publication series, including Crime and Justice—A Review of Research and Criminology in Europe, and sponsors several scholarly conferences each year, alone or in collaboration with various European research institutes.

 

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