John J Sloan III
TitleCited byYear
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
Urban stratification of places, routine activities and suburban crime rates
JM Stahura, JJ Sloan III
Social Forces 66 (4), 1102-1118, 1988
The dark side of the ivory tower: Campus crime as a social problem
JJ Sloan III, BS Fisher
Cambridge University Press, 2010
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
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
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
Juvenile drug courts: Understanding the importance of dimensional variability
JJ Sloan III, JO Smykla
Criminal Justice Policy Review 14 (3), 339-360, 2003
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