Nbr. 47-1, March 2022
- Activate Compliance: A Multilevel Study of Factors Associated With Activation of Body-Worn Cameras
- Book Review: Murder in plain English: From manifestos to memes—Looking at murder through the words of killers
- Book Review: Sex offenders, stigma, and social control
- Book Review: Surviving gangs, violence, and racism in Cape Town: Ghetto chameleons
- Book Review: The criminalization of Black children: Race, gender, and delinquency in Chicago’s juvenile justice system, 1899–1945
- Book Review: The end of policing
- Book Review: The gang’s all queer: The lives of gay gang members
- Championing Change to Save Lives: A Call to Action to Implement Reforms to Increase Use of Medications to Treat Opioid Use Disorder in Correctional Settings
- CJR Publications Received 2022
- Corrigendum to “Anything Can Happen at Any Time.” Perceived Causes of Correctional Officer Injuries
- Is Ghana’s Law Against Human Trafficking a Success?
- On the Measurement of Subjective Apprehension Risk
- Recent Legal Developments: Criminal Justice Decisions of the United States Supreme Court, 2,020 Term
- Revisiting Sex Offender Registration and Notification: Does Awareness Differ Across Community Type?
- “Anything Can Happen at Any Time”: Perceived Causes of Correctional Officer Injuries