Alissa  R. Ackerman
Alissa R. Ackerman
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Child sexual abuse in the Catholic Church: How situational crime prevention strategies can help create safe environments
KJ Terry, A Ackerman
Criminal justice and behavior 35 (5), 643-657, 2008
Who are the people in your neighborhood? A descriptive analysis of individuals on public sex offender registries
AR Ackerman, AJ Harris, JS Levenson, K Zgoba
International journal of law and psychiatry 34 (3), 149-159, 2011
Myths and facts about sexual violence: Public perceptions and implications for prevention
S Katz-Schiavone, JS Levenson, AR Ackerman
Journal of Criminal Justice and Popular Culture 15 (3), 291-311, 2008
Sources, fate and effects of microplastics in the marine environment: a global assessment
RM Hershberg, CM West, H Demirkan, SM Karimi, KY Yeung, JE Baker, ...
PLoS ONE 11 (4), e0152686, 2016
Bail and sentencing: Does pretrial detention lead to harsher punishment?
M Sacks, AR Ackerman
Criminal Justice Policy Review 25 (1), 59-77, 2014
The criminalization of immigration and the privatization of the immigration detention: implications for justice
AR Ackerman, R Furman
Contemporary Justice Review 16 (2), 251-263, 2013
KJ Terry, AR Ackerman
Sex offender laws: Failed policies, new directions, 50, 2009
Legislation targeting sex offenders: Are recent policies effective in reducing rape?
AR Ackerman, M Sacks, DF Greenberg
Justice Quarterly 29 (6), 858-887, 2012
Research trajectories of female scholars in criminology and criminal justice
SK Rice, KJ Terry, HV Miller, AR Ackerman
Journal of Criminal Justice Education 18 (3), 360-384, 2007
The criminalization of immigration: Value conflicts for the social work profession
R Furman, AR Ackerman, M Loya, S Jones, N Egi
Journal of sociology and social welfare 39 (1), 169, 2012
Where for art thou? Transient sex offenders and residence restrictions
J Levenson, AR Ackerman, KM Socia, AJ Harris
Criminal Justice Policy Review 26 (4), 319-344, 2015
Can general strain theory be used to explain recidivism among registered sex offenders?
AR Ackerman, M Sacks
Journal of Criminal Justice 40 (3), 187-193, 2012
“Brothers Under the Bridge” Factors Influencing the Transience of Registered Sex Offenders in Florida
KM Socia, JS Levenson, AR Ackerman, AJ Harris
Sexual Abuse 27 (6), 559-586, 2015
Registered sex offenders in the United States: Behind the numbers
AJ Harris, JS Levenson, AR Ackerman
Crime & Delinquency 60 (1), 3-33, 2014
Pretrial detention and guilty pleas: If they cannot afford bail they must be guilty
M Sacks, AR Ackerman
Criminal Justice Studies 25 (3), 265-278, 2012
The criminalization of immigration: Contexts and consequences
AR Ackerman, R Furman
Carolina Academic Press, 2013
How many sex offenders really live among us? Adjusted counts and population rates in five US states
AR Ackerman, JS Levenson, AJ Harris
Journal of Crime and Justice 35 (3), 464-474, 2012
The new penology revisited: The criminalization of immigration as a pacification strategy
AR Ackerman, M Sacks, R Furman
Justice Policy Journal 11 (1), 1-20, 2014
Sentenced to pretrial detention: A study of bail decisions and outcomes
M Sacks, VA Sainato, AR Ackerman
American Journal of Criminal Justice 40 (3), 661-681, 2015
Catch me if you can: An analysis of fugitive sex offenders
JS Levenson, AR Ackerman, AJ Harris
Sexual Abuse 26 (2), 129-148, 2014
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