Appendix B
List of Workshop Participants

Alfred Blumstein

H. John Heinz III School of Public Policy and Management

Carnegie Mellon University

Patrick Clark

Office of Research and Evaluation

National Institute of Justice

Jeanette Covington

Department of Sociology

Rutgers University

Marshall DeBerry

Bureau of Justice Statistics

U.S. Department of Justice

Laura J. Dugan

Georgia State University

Department of Criminal Justice

William F. Eddy

Carnegie Mellon University

Institute for Statistics and Its Applications

Jeffrey Fagan

School of Public Health

Columbia University

David P. Farrington

Institute of Criminology

Cambridge University

Steven Fienberg

Department of Statistics

Carnegie Mellon University

Darnell Hawkins

African American Studies

University of Illinois, Chicago

Philip Heymann

Harvard Law School

Harvard University

Sally Hillsman

Office of Research and Evaluation

National Institute of Justice

Marvin D. Krohn

Department of Sociology

University at Albany, State University of New York

Candace Kruttschnitt

Department of Sociology

University of Minnesota



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Measurement Problems in Criminal Justice Research: Workshop Summary Appendix B List of Workshop Participants Alfred Blumstein H. John Heinz III School of Public Policy and Management Carnegie Mellon University Patrick Clark Office of Research and Evaluation National Institute of Justice Jeanette Covington Department of Sociology Rutgers University Marshall DeBerry Bureau of Justice Statistics U.S. Department of Justice Laura J. Dugan Georgia State University Department of Criminal Justice William F. Eddy Carnegie Mellon University Institute for Statistics and Its Applications Jeffrey Fagan School of Public Health Columbia University David P. Farrington Institute of Criminology Cambridge University Steven Fienberg Department of Statistics Carnegie Mellon University Darnell Hawkins African American Studies University of Illinois, Chicago Philip Heymann Harvard Law School Harvard University Sally Hillsman Office of Research and Evaluation National Institute of Justice Marvin D. Krohn Department of Sociology University at Albany, State University of New York Candace Kruttschnitt Department of Sociology University of Minnesota

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Measurement Problems in Criminal Justice Research: Workshop Summary Judith Lessler Statistics, Health, and Social Policy Research Triangle Institute Colin Loftin School of Criminal Justice State University of New York at Albany James Lynch School of Public Affairs American University Charles Manski Department of Economics Northwestern University Michael G. Maxfield School of Criminal Justice Rutgers University Richard McCleary School of Social Ecology University of California, Irvine Madeline E. McNeeley School of Criminology and Criminal Justice University of Maryland, College Park John Monahan School of Law University of Virginia Colm O’Muircheartaigh NORC, Statistics and Method University of Chicago Joan Petersilia School of Social Ecology University of California, Irvine Trivellore Raghunathan Institute for Social Research University of Michigan Michael Rand Bureau of Justice Statistics U.S. Department of Justice Linda E. Saltzman Injury Prevention and Control Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Sidney M. Stahl Health Care Organizations and Social Institutions National Institute on Aging National Institute of Health Elizabeth A. Stasny Center for Survey Research Ohio State University Kate Stith School of Law Yale University Terence P. Thornberry School of Criminal Justice University at Albany, State University of New York

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Measurement Problems in Criminal Justice Research: Workshop Summary Roger Tourangeau Joint Program in Survey Methods University of Maryland, College Park James R. Walker Department of Economics University of Wisconsin, Madison Charles Wellford Center for Applied Policy Studies & School of Criminology and Criminal Justice University of Maryland, College Park Cathy Spatz Widom Criminal Justice and Psychology State University of New York at Albany STAFF Carol V. Petrie, Director Committee on Law and Justice National Research Council Andrew A. White, Director Committee on National Statistics National Research Council Nancy A. Crowell Committee on Law and Justice National Research Council Ralph Patterson Committee on Law and Justice National Research Council Brenda McLaughlin Committee on Law and Justice National Research Council

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Measurement Problems in Criminal Justice Research: Workshop Summary COMMITTEE ON LAW AND JUSTICE The Committee on Law and Justice was created in 1978 to provide a rationale and model for the role of federally sponsored research in anticrime programs. It serves as a national focal point for objective analysis of crime and justice issues to inform national policy. The committee brings the knowledge and tools of the social and behavioral sciences to bear on the development of improved policy, research, and evaluation in the areas of crime prevention, intervention, and control, as well as civil justice. It does so primarily by establishing committees to synthesize, analyze, and evaluate the research from a variety of scientific disciplines that have relevance for criminal and civil justice matters. The members of the committee share a commitment to using basic and applied research to advance prevention research, improve all components of the justice system, develop a broader range of sanctions to sentence offenders; improve criminal justice technology, and expand research in support of new models of justice.