April Pattavina
April Pattavina
Associate Professor of Criminology and Justice Studies
Verified email at uml.edu
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Domestic violence and mandatory arrest laws: To what extent do they influence police arrest decisions
D Hirschel, E Buzawa, A Pattavina, D Faggiani
J. Crim. L. & Criminology 98, 255, 2007
A comparison of the police response to heterosexual versus same-sex intimate partner violence
A Pattavina, D Hirschel, E Buzawa, D Faggiani, H Bentley
Violence Against Women 13 (4), 374-394, 2007
Explaining the prevalence, context, and consequences of dual arrest in intimate partner cases
D Hirschel, E Buzawa, A Pattavina, D Faggiani, M Reuland
Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, 2007
Stops and stares: Street stops, surveillance, and race in the new policing
J Fagan, AA Braga, RK Brunson, A Pattavina
Fordham Urb. LJ 43, 539, 2016
The effectiveness issue: Assessing what works in the adult community corrections system
JM Byrne, A Pattavina
Smart sentencing: The emergence of intermediate sanctions, 281-303, 1992
An examination of citizen involvement in crime prevention in high-risk versus low-to moderate-risk neighborhoods
A Pattavina, JM Byrne, L Garcia
Crime & Delinquency 52 (2), 203-231, 2006
Community Corrections and Soft Technology
A Pattavina, FS Taxman
The New Technology of Crime, Law and Social Control, 327-346, 2007
Information Technology and the Criminal Justice System
A Pattavina
Sage, 2004
Justice reinvestment in the United States: An empirical assessment of the potential impact of increased correctional programming on recidivism
FS Taxman, A Pattavina, M Caudy
Victims & Offenders 9 (1), 50-75, 2014
Racial disparity and the legitimacy of the criminal justice system: exploring consequences for deterrence
FS Taxman, JM Byrne
Journal of health care for the poor and underserved 16 (4), 57-77, 2005
Simulation Strategies to Reduce Recidivism:Risk Need Responsivity(RNR) Modeling for the Criminal Justice System
FS Taxman
Spinger, 2013
Simulation Strategies to Reduce Recidivism:Risk Need Responsivity (RNR) Modeling for the Criminal Justice System
FS Taxman, A Pattavina
Springer, 2013
Assessing the role of clinical and actuarial risk assessment in an evidence-based community corrections system: Issues to consider
J Byrne, A Pattavina
Fed. Probation 70, 64, 2006
Policy, place, and perpetrators: Using NIBRS to explain arrest practices in intimate partner violence
A Pattavina, E Buzawa, D Hirschel, D Faggiani
Justice Research and Policy 9 (2), 31-51, 2007
Assessing the coverage and representativeness of the National Incident-Based Reporting System
PD McCormack, A Pattavina, PE Tracy
Crime & Delinquency 63 (4), 493-516, 2017
International trends in prison upsizing and downsizing: In search of evidence of a global rehabilitation revolution
JM Byrne, A Pattavina, FS Taxman
Victims & Offenders 10 (4), 420-451, 2015
It all just piles up: Challenges to victim credibility accumulate to influence sexual assault case processing
MS Morabito, A Pattavina, LM Williams
Journal of interpersonal violence 34 (15), 3151-3170, 2019
Examining connections between the police and prosecution in sexual assault case processing: Does the use of exceptional clearance facilitate a downstream orientation?
A Pattavina, M Morabito, LM Williams
Victims & Offenders 11 (2), 315-334, 2016
The empirical basis for the RNR model with an updated RNR conceptual framework
FS Taxman, A Pattavina, MS Caudy, J Byrne, J Durso
Simulation strategies to reduce recidivism, 73-111, 2013
Urban neighborhood information systems: crime prevention and control applications
A Pattavina, G Pierce, A Saiz
Journal of Urban Technology 9 (1), 37-56, 2002
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