Volume II takes an in-depth look at the various aspects of criminal careers, including the relationship of alcohol and drug abuse to criminal careers, co-offending influences on criminal careers, issues in the measurement of criminal careers, accuracy of prediction models, and ethical issues in the use of criminal career information in making decisions about offenders.
Table of Contents
|1. Issues in the Measurement of Criminal Careers||1-51|
|2. The Impact of Substance Abuse on Criminal Careers||52-88|
|3. The Relationship of Problem Drinking to Individual Offending Sequences||89-120|
|4. Co-offender Influences on Criminal Careers||121-160|
|5. The Rand Inmate Survey: A Reanalysis||161-211|
|6. Accuracy of Prediction Models||212-290|
|7. Some Methodological Issues in Making Predictions||291-313|
|8. Purblind Justice: Normative Issues in the Use of Prediction in the Criminal Justice System||314-355|
|9. Dynamic Models of Criminal Careers||356-379|
|10. Random Parameter Stochastic-Process Models of Criminal Careers||380-404|
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