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UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA LOS ANGELES
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A Study of Crimes Near Marijuana Dispensaries Through a Slew of Modern Statistical Approaches
Servant leadership for law enforcement
Factors associated with stability and change in offending among school enrolled adolescents and their transitions into emerging adulthood
"On the street" and "of the street": The daily lives of unhoused youth in Hollywood
Doing time: The work of music in Louisiana prisons
Statistical Models of Criminal Behavior: The effects of Law Enforcement Actions
Over-Incarcerated and Undereducated: The Impact of California's Prison Proliferation on Los Angeles Urban High Schools
Perceived Stereotypicality and Eyewitness Memory: Does the Type of Crime Affect Eyewitness Identifications?
Containing Gangs and Creating Safer Communities: Gang Policies and Youth Perceptions of Safety In Norwalk, California
A National Study of Delinquency Typologies During Emerging Adulthood with Individual and Neighborhood Predictors
Institutionalizing Protection, Professionalizing Victim Management: Explorations of Multi-Professional Anti-Trafficking Efforts in the Netherlands and the United States
Crime, Contraband, and Property Rights: Explaining Variations in Violent Crime Rates
Social Supports and Criminal Desistance among Formerly Incarcerated Youth in the Transition to Adulthood
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