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Crime and Justice, Volume 46

Reinventing American Criminal Justice

Justice Futures: Reinventing American Criminal Justice is the forty-sixth volume in the Crime and Justice series. Contributors include Francis Cullen and Daniel Mears on community corrections; Peter Reuter and Jonathan Caulkins on drug abuse policy; Harold Pollack on drug treatment; David Hemenway on guns and violence; Edward Mulvey on mental health and crime; Edward Rhine, Joan Petersilia, and Kevin Reitz on parole policies; Daniel Nagin and Cynthia Lum on policing; Craig Haney on prisons and incarceration; Ronald Wright on prosecution; and Michael Tonry on sentencing policies.
 

Table of Contents

Preface
Michael Tonry
 
From Policing to Parole: Reconfiguring American Criminal Justice
Michael Tonry
 
Reinventing Community Corrections
Francis T. Cullen, Cheryl Lero Jonson, and Daniel P. Mears
 
Dealing More Effectively and Humanely with Illegal Drugs
Jonathan P. Caulkins and Peter Reuter
 
Dealing More Effectively with Problematic Substance Use and Crime
Harold A. Pollack
 
Reducing Firearm Violence
David Hemenway
 
Mentally Ill Individuals in Jails and Prisons
Edward P. Mulvey and Carol A. Schubert
 
The Future of Parole Release
Edward E. Rhine, Joan Petersilia, and Kevin R. Reitz
 
Reinventing American Policing
Cynthia Lum and Daniel S. Nagin
 
Reinventing American Prosecution Systems
Ronald F. Wright
 
Making American Sentencing Just, Humane, and Effective
Michael Tonry
 
Index
 
Erratum
Jonathan P. Caulkins and Peter Reuter
 

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