Andres F. Rengifo
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The impact of order‐maintenance policing on new york city homicide and robbery rates: 1988‐2001
R Rosenfeld, R Fornango, AF Rengifo
Criminology 45 (2), 355-384, 2007
1942007
Coming of age with stop and frisk: Experiences, self-perceptions, and public safety implications
J Fratello, AF Rengifo, J Trone
New York: Vera Institute of Justice, 2013
772013
Of fragmentation and ferment: The impact of state sentencing policies on incarceration rates, 1975–2002
D Stemen, A Rengifo, J Wilson
Final Report to the US Department of Justice by the Vera Institute of …, 2006
712006
Policies and imprisonment: The impact of structured sentencing and determinate sentencing on state incarceration rates, 1978–2004
D Stemen, AF Rengifo
Justice Quarterly 28 (1), 174-201, 2011
502011
Trajectories of abuse and disclosure: Child sexual abuse by Catholic priests
ML Smith, AF Rengifo, BK Vollman
Criminal Justice and Behavior 35 (5), 570-582, 2008
472008
Routine activities and fear of crime: Specifying individual-level mechanisms
AF Rengifo, A Bolton
European Journal of Criminology 9 (2), 99-119, 2012
462012
The elusive relationship between community organizations and crime: An assessment across disadvantaged areas of the South Bronx
LA Slocum, AF Rengifo, T Choi, CR Herrmann
Criminology 51 (1), 167-216, 2013
422013
Rethinking community organization and robbery: Considering illicit market dynamics
MT Berg, AF Rengifo
Justice Quarterly 26 (2), 211-237, 2009
352009
Race and women’s imprisonment: Poverty, African American presence, and social welfare
K Heimer, KR Johnson, JB Lang, AF Rengifo, D Stemen
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 28 (2), 219-244, 2012
282012
Perceptions of the police by immigrant youth: Looking at stop-and-frisk and beyond using a New York City sample
AF Rengifo, J Fratello
Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice 13 (4), 409-427, 2015
272015
The impact of drug treatment on recidivism: Do mandatory programs make a difference? Evidence from Kansas’s Senate Bill 123
AF Rengifo, D Stemen
Crime & Delinquency 59 (6), 930-950, 2013
242013
Close Call: Race and Gender in Encounters with the Police by Black and Latino/a Youth in New York City
AF Rengifo, M Pater
Sociological Inquiry 87 (2), 337-361, 2017
172017
Mandating treatment for drug possessors: The impact of Senate Bill 123 on the criminal justice system in Kansas
D Stemen, AF Rengifo
Journal of Criminal Justice 37 (3), 296-304, 2009
172009
Stop, Question, and Complain: Citizen Grievances Against the NYPD and the Opacity of Police Stops Across New York City Precincts, 2007–2013
AF Rengifo, K Fowler
Journal of Urban Health 93 (1), 32-41, 2016
112016
WHEN POLICY COMES TO TOWN: DISCOURSES AND DILEMMAS OF IMPLEMENTATION OF A STATEWIDE REENTRY POLICY IN KANSAS
AF RENGIFO, DON STEMEN, E AMIDON
Criminology 55 (3), 603-630, 2017
102017
“I Wouldn’t Take My Chances on the Street” Navigating Illegal Cigarette Purchases in the South Bronx
K von Lampe, M Kurti, J Johnson, AF Rengifo
Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 53 (5), 654-680, 2016
92016
Charting the evolution of structure and determinacy in state sentencing and corrections policies 1970–2010
D Stemen, AF Rengifo
Justice Research and Policy 14 (2), 1-46, 2012
92012
Specifying the Strain-Violence Link: The Role of Emotions in Women's Descriptions of Violent Incidents
LA Slocum, AF Rengifo, K Carbone-Lopez
Victims & Offenders 7 (1), 1-29, 2012
92012
“You Don’t Get Respect if You Give No Respect”: How Black and Latino Youth Make Sense of Encounters with Police
AF Rengifo, M McCallin
Sociological Focus 50 (1), 66-80, 2017
82017
The unintended effects of penal reform: African American presence, incarceration, and the abolition of discretionary parole in the United States
AF Rengifo, D Stemen
Crime & Delinquency 61 (5), 719-741, 2015
82015
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