John J Sloan III
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Crime in the ivory tower: The level and sources of student victimization
BS Fisher, JJ Sloan, FT Cullen, C Lu
Criminology 36 (3), 671-710, 1998
Unraveling the fear of victimization among college women: Is the “shadow of sexual assault hypothesis” supported?
BS Fisher, JJ Sloan III
Justice Quarterly 20 (3), 633-659, 2003
Assessing the student right-to-know and Campus Security Act of 1990: An analysis of the victim reporting practices of college and university students
JJ Sloan III, BS Fisher, FT Cullen
Crime & Delinquency 43 (2), 148-168, 1997
“Striking out” as crime reduction policy: The impact of “three strikes” laws on crime rates in US cities
TV Kovandzic, JJ Sloan III, LM Vieraitis
Justice Quarterly 21 (2), 207-239, 2004
The dark side of the ivory tower: Campus crime as a social problem
JJ Sloan III, BS Fisher
Cambridge University Press, 2010
Urban stratification of places, routine activities and suburban crime rates
JM Stahura, JJ Sloan III
Social Forces 66 (4), 1102-1118, 1988
Campus Crime: Legal, Social and Policy Perspectives.
BS Fisher, JJIII Sloan
Charles C Thomas Publisher, 2013
Police levels and crime rates revisited: A county-level analysis from Florida (1980–1998)
TV Kovandzic, JJ Sloan
Journal of Criminal Justice 30 (1), 65-76, 2002
The correlates of campus crime: An analysis of reported crimes on college and university campuses
JJ Sloan
Journal of Criminal Justice 22 (1), 51-61, 1994
Policing the contemporary university campus: Challenging traditional organizational models
JJ Sloan, MM Lanier, DL Beer
Journal of Security Administration 23 (1), 1-20, 2000
The modern campus police: An analysis of their evolution, structure, and function
JJ Sloan
Am. J. Police 11, 85, 1992
Unintended consequences of politically popular sentencing policy: The homicide promoting effects of “three strikes” in US cities (1980–1999)
TV Kovandzic, JJ SLOAN III, LM Vieraitis
Criminology & Public Policy 1 (3), 399-424, 2002
Fear and perceived risk of victimization in an urban university setting
BS Fisher, JJ Sloan, DL Wilkins
Campus crime: Legal, social, and policy perspectives, 179-209, 1995
Variability in the organizational structure of contemporary campus law enforcement agencies
EA Paoline, JJ Sloan
Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management, 2003
Campus crime and campus communities: An analysis of crimes known to campus police and security
JJ Sloan
Journal of Security Administration 15 (2), 31-47, 1992
Respondent misreporting of drug use in self-reports: Social desirability and other correlates
JJ Sloan III, MR Bodapati III, TA Tucker III
Journal of Drug Issues 34 (2), 269-292, 2004
Do juvenile drug courts reduce recidivism?: Outcomes of drug court and an adolescent substance abuse program
JJ Sloan, JO Smykla, JP Rush
American Journal of Criminal Justice 29 (1), 95-115, 2004
Campus sexual violence elimination act: Saving lives or saving face?
VW Griffin, D Pelletier, OH Griffin, JJ Sloan
American journal of criminal justice 42 (2), 401-425, 2017
Overcoming moral hurdles: Using techniques of neutralization by white-collar suspects as an interrogation tool
SM Kieffer, JJ Sloan III
Security Journal 22 (4), 317-330, 2009
The on-campus victimization patterns of students: Implications for crime prevention by students and post-secondary institutions
BS Fisher, JJ Sloan, FT Cullen, C Lu
Crime prevention at a crossroads, 101-123, 1997
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