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C. Maxson and F.A. Esbensen, “The Intersection of Gang Definition and Group Process.” In F.A. Esbensen and C. Maxson (eds.), Youth Gangs in International Perspective: Results from the Eurogang Program of Research. New York: Springer, 2012.




F.A. Esbensen and C. Maxson, “The Eurogang Program of Research and Multimethod Comparative Gang Research.” In F.A. Esbensen and C. Maxson (eds.), Youth Gangs in International Perspective: Results from the Eurogang Program of Research. New York: Springer, 2012.

K. Hennigan and C. Maxson, “New Directions for Street Gang Prevention for Youth: The Los Angeles Experience.” In J. Sides (ed.), Post-Ghetto: Reimagining South Los Angeles. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 2012.


C. Maxson and K. Matsuda, “Gang Delinquency.” In B. Feld and D. Bishop (eds.), The Handbook of Juvenile Crime and Juvenile Justice. New York: Oxford University Press, 2012.
C. Maxson, “Street Gangs.” In J.Q. Wilson and J. Petersilia (eds.), Crime: Public Policies for Crime Control. New York: Oxford University Press, 2011.
C. Maxson, K. Matsuda and K. Hennigan, “’Deterrability’ Among Gang and Nongang Juvenile Offenders: Are Gang Members More (or Less) Deterrable Than Other Juvenile Offenders?” Crime and Delinquency, vol. 57, #4: 516-543, 2011. OnlineFirst published on 8/20/09 as doi:10.1177/0011128709343137.
V. Jenness, C. Maxson, J. Sumner, and K. Matsuda, “Accomplishing the Difficult but Not Impossible: Collecting Self-Report Data on Inmate-on-Inmate Sexual Assault in Prison.” Criminal Justice Policy Review. OnlineFirst published on 7/22/09 as doi:10.1177/0887403409341451.

V. Jenness, C. Maxson, K. Matsuda and J. Sumner, “Violence in California Correctional Facilities: An Empirical Examination of Sexual Assault.” The Bulletin of the Center for Evidence-Based Corrections, vol. 2, #2 (June), 2007. http://ucicorrections.seweb.uci.edu/pubs#bulletins.


S. Walker, C. Maxson and M. Newcomb, “Parenting as a Moderator of Minority, Adolescent Victimization and Violent Behavior in High-Risk Neighborhoods.” Violence and Victims, vol. 22, #3: 304-317, 2007.
C. Maxson, K. Hennigan and D. Sloane, “‘It’s Getting Crazy Out There’: Can a Civil Gang Injunction Change a Community?” Criminology and Public Policy, vol. 4 , #3:577-605, 2005.


Reprinted in C. Maxson, A. Egley, J. Miller and M. Klein (Eds.). The Modern Gang Reader, Fourth Edition. New York: Oxford University Press, 2014.

C. Maxson, “Civil Gang Injunctions: The Ambiguous Case of the National Migration of a Gang Enforcement Strategy.” In F. Esbensen, L. Gaines & S. Tibbetts (eds.), American Youth Gangs at the Millennium, Waveland Press, 2004.


C. Maxson, K. Hennigan and D. Sloane, “For the Sake of the Neighborhood?: Civil Gang Injunctions as a Gang Intervention Tool in Southern California.” In S. Decker (ed.), Policing Youth Gangs and Violence. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth, 2003.
Reprinted in A. Egley, C. Maxson, J. Miller and M. Klein (eds.), The Modern Gang Reader, Third Edition. Los Angeles, CA: Roxbury Publishing Company, 2005.
C. Maxson, K. Hennigan and D. Sloane, “Factors that Influence Public Opinion of the Police.” NIJ Research for Practice. NCJRS (NCJ 197925). Washington, D.C.: National Institute of Justice, U.S. Department of Justice, 2003.
C. Maxson, K. Hennigan and D. Sloane, “Getting Residents’ Feedback and Participation” NIJ Journal, no. 249, 2003. Summary and notice of videotape available from NCJRS (NCJ 193404) NIJ Research in Progress Seminar: “Defending the Community: Results of a Citizen Survey on Co-Production and Community Policing.” 2003.
K. Hennigan, C. Maxson, David Sloane and M. Ranney, “Community Views on Crime and Policing: Survey Mode Effects on Bias in Community Surveys.” Justice Quarterly, vol. 19, #3 (Sept), 2002.
C.L.Maxson, G. D. Curry and J.C. Howell, “Youth Gang Homicides in the U.S. in the 1990’s.” In W. Reed and S. Decker (eds.), Responding to Gangs: Evaluation and Research. Washington, D.C.: National Institute of Justice, U.S. Department of Justice, 2002.
C.L. Maxson and M. Whitlock, “Joining the Gang: Gender Differences in Risk Factors for Gang Membership.” In C. R. Huff (ed.), Gangs in America, 3rd edition. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 2002.

G.D. Curry, J.C. Howell and C. Maxson, “Youth Gang Homicides in the 1990s.” OJJDP Fact Sheet. NCJ#186816. Washington, D.C.: Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, U.S. Department of Justice, 2001.


C.L.Maxson and M. Klein, “’Play Groups’ No Longer: Urban Street Gangs in the Los Angeles Region.” In Michael J. Dear (ed.), From Chicago to L.A.: Making Sense of Urban Theory. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications, 2002.

C.L.Maxson, “A Proposal for Multi-Site Study of European Gangs and Youth Groups.” In M. Klein, H. J. Kerner, C. Maxson and E. Weitekamp (eds.), The Eurogang Paradox: Street Gangs and Youth Groups in the U.S. and Europe. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2001.

E. Cornwell, H. Belzberg, K. Hennigan, C. Maxson, G. Montoya, A.Rosenbluth, T. Berne, and D. Demetriades, “Emergency Medical Service (EMS) VS. Non-EMS Transport of Critically Injured Patients: A Prospective Evaluation.” Archives of Surgery, vol. 135 (Mar), 2000.

K. Hennigan, C. Maxson, E. Cornwell and H. Belzberg, “Emergency Medical Services in Los Angeles County.” In Michael Dear and Heidi Sommer (eds.), The Health Atlas of Southern California. Los Angeles:Southern California Studies Center, University of Southern California, 1999.


  1. Maxson. “Gang Members on the Move.” OJJDP Juvenile Justice Bulletin. Washington, DC: Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Department of Justice, 1998.



. Reprinted in C. Maxson, A. Egley, J. Miller and M. Klein (Eds.). The Modern Gang Reader, Fourth Edition. New York: Oxford University Press, 2014.

Reprinted in A. Egley, C. Maxson, J. Miller and M. Klein (eds.), The Modern Gang Reader, Third Edition. Los Angeles, CA: Roxbury Publishing Company, 2005.


Reprinted in J. Miller, C. Maxson and M. Klein (eds.), The Modern Gang Reader, Second Edition. Los Angeles, CA: Roxbury Publishing Company, 2001.
C. Maxson. "Gang Homicide: A Review and Extension of the Literature." In M. Dwayne Smith and Margaret A. Zahn (eds.), Homicide Studies: A Sourcebook of Social Research. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications, 1998.
Reprinted in F. Esbensen, L. Gaines & S. Tibbetts (eds.), American Youth Gangs at the Millennium, Waveland Press, 2004.
Also printed as "Gang Homicide." In M. Dwayne Smith and Margaret A. Zahn (eds.), Studying and Preventing Homicide: Issues and Challenges. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications, 1998.
C. Maxson, M. Whitlock and M. Klein. "Vulnerability to Street Gang Membership: Implications for Prevention." Social Service Review, vol. 72, #1 (March), 1998.
C. Maxson. "Crime and Violence in Southern California." In Michael J. Dear (ed.), Atlas of Southern California. Los Angeles: Southern California Studies Center, University of Southern California, 1996.
C. Maxson and M. Klein. "Defining Gang Homicide: An Updated Look at Member and Motive Approaches." In C. Ronald Huff (ed.), Gangs in America, 2nd edition. Newbury Park, CA; Sage Publications, 1996.
Reprinted in A. Egley, C. Maxson, J. Miller and M. Klein (eds.), The Modern Gang Reader, Third Edition. Los Angeles, CA: Roxbury Publishing Company, 2005.
Reprinted in J. Miller, C. Maxson and M. Klein (eds.), The Modern Gang Reader, Second Edition. Los Angeles, CA: Roxbury Publishing Company, 2001.

C. Maxson. "Overview of Gang Migration in the U.S.," What to Do About Crime: Proceedings of the 1995 Conference on Criminal Justice Research and Evaluation. Washington, D.C.: Department of Justice, 1996.


C. Maxson, K. Woods and M. Klein. "Street Gang Migration: How Big a Threat?" NIJ Journal, #230, 1996.

Reprinted in J. Schneider and N. Tilley (eds.), Gangs: International Library of Criminology, Criminal Justice and Penology, Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing Company, 2004.


Reprinted in Lusk Review: Journal of Real Estate Development and Urban Transformation, vol. 4, #1, 1998.
C. Maxson and M. Klein. "Investigating Gang Structures." Journal of Gang Research, vol. 3, #1, 1995.
C. Maxson. "Street Gangs and Drug Sales in Two Suburban Cities." Research in Brief. Washington, DC: National Institute of Justice, 1995.
Reprinted in M. Klein, C. Maxson and J. Miller, The Modern Gang Reader. Los Angeles: Roxbury Publishing Company, 1995.
C. Maxson. "So What Do Homicide Researchers Talk About Anyway?" In B. Block and R. Block (eds.), Proceedings of the 1993 Homicide Research Working Group Annual Conference. Washington, DC: National Institute of Justice, 1994.
M. Klein and C. Maxson. "Gangs and Cocaine Trafficking." In D. MacKenzie and C. Uchida (eds.), Drugs and the Criminal Justice System. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications, 1994.
C. Maxson. "Collecting Data from Investigation Files: Descriptions of Three Los Angeles Gang Homicide Projects." In B. Block and R. Block (eds.), Questions and Answers in Lethal and Non-Lethal Violence. Washington, D.C.: National Institute of Justice, 1993.
C. Maxson. "Investigating Gang Migration: Contextual Issues for Intervention," The Gang Journal, vol.1, #2, 1993.
M. Klein, C. Maxson and L. Cunningham. "`Crack,' Street Gangs, and Violence." Criminology, vol. 29, #4, 1991.
Reprinted in J. Schneider and N. Tilley (eds.), Gangs: International Library of Criminology, Criminal Justice and Penology, Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing Company, 2004.
Reprinted in Mike Maguire (ed.), Street Crime: International Library of Criminology, Criminal Justice and Penology. Hampshire, United Kingdom: Dartmouth Publishing Company, 1996.
Reprinted in G. Larry Mays (ed.), Gangs and Gang Behavior, Nelson-Hall Publishing Company, 1996.
C. Maxson and M. Klein. "Street Gang Violence: Twice as Great, or Half as Great?" In C. Ron Huff (ed.), Gangs in America: Diffusion, Diversity, and Public Policy. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications, 1990.
M. Klein and C. Maxson. "Street Gang Violence." In M. Wolfgang and N. Weiner (eds.), Violent Crime, Violent Criminals. Beverly Hills: Sage Publications, 1989.
C. Maxson, M. Little and M. Klein. "Police Response to Runaway and Missing Children: A Conceptual Framework for Research and Policy." Crime and Delinquency, vol. 34 (Jan.), 1988.
M. Klein, M. Gordon and C. Maxson. "The Impact of Police Investigations on PoliceReported Characteristics of Gang and Nongang Homicides." Criminology, vol. 24, #3, 1986.
C. Maxson, M. Gordon and M. Klein. "Differences Between Gang and Nongang Homicides." Criminology, vol. 23, #2, 1985.

Reprinted in G. Larry Mays (ed.), Gangs and Gang Behavior, Nelson-Hall Publishing Company, 1996.


M. Klein and C. Maxson. "Rock' Sales in South Los Angeles." Sociology and Social Research, vol. 69, #4, 1985.
M. Klein and C. Maxson. "Gangs: Why We Couldn't Stay Away." In J. Kluegel (ed.), Evaluating Juvenile Justice. Beverly Hills: Sage Publications, 1983.
C. Maxson. "The Prediction and Production of Corrective Legislation: An Organizational Conflict Analysis of Legislative Modifications." Ph.D. dissertation, University of Southern California, 1983.
C. Published Reviews of Work and Book Reviews

Howell, James C. “Review of Youth Gangs in International Perspective: Results from the Eurogang Program of Research by Finn-Aage Esbensen and Cheryl Maxson.” Criminal Law and Criminal Justice Books, Rutgers University, http://clcjbooks.rutgers.edu/books/youth_gangs_in_international_perspective.


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Carlie, M.K., “Review of Street Gang Patterns and Policies by Malcolm Klein and Cheryl Maxson.” Canadian Criminal Justice Association. Online. Available at www.ccja-acjp.ca/en/cjcr300/cjcr317.html, n.d.
Rios, V, “Review of Street Gang Patterns and Policies by Malcolm Klein and Cheryl Maxson.” Contemporary Sociology 38(4), 324-5, 2009.
Lauger, T., “Review of Street Gang Patterns and Policies by Malcolm Klein and Cheryl Maxson.” Criminal Justice Review 33, 578, 2008.
C. Maxson. Review of Kolin Chin's "Chinatown Gangs." The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, September, 1997.
C. Maxson. Review of William Sanders' "Gangbangs and Drivebys," Sociological Inquiry, vol. 65, #2, 1994.
Invited Lectures and Conference Papers (Sole or primary presenter unless indicated)
“Parenting Characteristics Conducive to Substance Use and Deviant Peer Involvement in High Risk Neighborhoods” (with Ryan as primary & Brennan), SRA Biennial Meeting, Austin, March, 2014.

“Examining Gang Structures: Applying Maxson and Klein’s Typology to Institutional Gangs,” American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, November 2013.

“Does the ‘G-word’ Matter in Identifying European Gang Members?” (with Haymoz), Eurogang XIII, Canterbury, England, June 2013.

“The Intersection of Gang and Adult Court Labels in Youth Correctional Facilities” (with Reid and Haerle as primaries), Eurogang XIII, Canterbury, England, June 2013.

“Beyond Gang Motives: Violence as a Function of Gang Organization in Youth Correctional Facilities” (with Scott), American Society of Criminology, Chicago, November 2012.

“Risk Factors Associated with Street Gang Participation in Europe” (with Haymoz & Killias), European Society of Criminology, Bilbao, Spain, September 2012.

“The Paradox Revisited: Recent Research on Street Gangs in Europe,” keynote, Stockholm Gang Intervention and Prevention Conference, Stockholm, Sweden, March, 2012.

“He Said, She Said: Youth vs. Official Perspectives of Gang Organization” (with Scott), Western Society of Criminology, Newport Beach, February, 2012.

“The Contours of Violence in Youth Correctional Facilities” (with Grebenkemper, Kang-Brown, Reid & Scott), American Society of Criminology, Washington, DC, November, 2011.

“It’s Complicated: Institutional and Street Gangs within DJJ” (with Scott as primary, Bradstreet, Omori, Reid), American Society of Criminology, Washington, DC, November, 2011.

“Who Receives What They Need? Service Delivery in DJJ” (with Bradstreet as primary, Grebenkemper, Haerle), American Society of Criminology, Washington, DC, November, 2011.

“Gang Practices in Youth Correctional Facilities” (with Haerle as primary), Eurogang XII, Copenhagen, Denmark, September 2011.

“The Eurogang Program of Research: Bringing Research to Policy and Practice” (with Esbensen). The Stockholm Criminology Symposium, Stockholm, Sweden, June 2011.

“What a (Developmental) Challenge!: Studying Gang Violence in Youth Correctional Facilities,” Developmental Psychology Speaker Series, UC Riverside, April, 2011.

“Responding to Street Gangs: Using Evidence to Build Effective Policy,” Long Beach Gang Reduction, Intervention and Prevention (GRIP) Retreat, Long Beach, December 2010.

“Using Research to Inform Gang Intervention in Correctional Settings,” American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, November 2010.

“Violence and Disrespect in California Prisons” (with Sumner as primary, Matsuda, & Jenness), American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, November 2010.

“The Eurogang Research Program + Gang Prevalence and Migration,” keynote, Conference on European Gang Development, Stockholm, Sweden, March 2010.

“Consider the Community Relations Implications of Civil Gang Injunctions,” Orange County Human Relations Commission, February 2010.

“American Gang Suppression Efforts,” keynote, Conference on European Gang Development, Stockholm, Sweden, March 2010.

“Gangs on the ‘Inside’: The Contours of Gang Membership and Violence in Prison” (with Matsuda and Jenness), American Society of Criminology, November 2009.

“Responding to Street Gangs:Using Evidence to Build Effective Policy,” Claremont Colleges Athenaeum Lecture, Claremont, November 2009.

“Broad vs. Narrow Views of Risk: Implications for Achieving Gang Reduction” (with Hennigan as primary). European Society of Criminology, Lubjuana, Slovenia, September, 2009.

“Confronting Myths About Street Gangs.” California Public Defenders Association Conference on Defending Gang Cases, Berkeley, July, 2009.

“Similar But Unique: The Peculiar Case of the Mara Salvatrucha.” Youth Violence Prevention Conference, University of Missouri, St. Louis, April, 2009.

“In Pursuit of Transnational Gangs: The Special Case of Mara Salvatrucha.” Keynote Address. Western Society of Criminology, San Diego, February, 2009.

“Street Gangs in the US and Europe,” Katholieke Universiteit, Leuven, Belgium, November 2008.

“Considering the Eurogang Research Paradigm: The Study of ‘Transnational’ Gang, American Society of Criminology, St. Louis, November 2008.

“Responses to Street Gangs in the European Context,” European Society of Criminology, Edinburgh, Scotland, September 2009.

“Juvenile Gangs and Violence: Multiple Influences on Risk,” Summer Institute on Youth Violence Prevention, UCR/UCB Academic Centers of Excellence in Youth Violence Prevention, San Diego, August, 2008.

“Street Gang Patterns to Policy: Using Research to Inform Practice” (with Klein). National Youth Gang Symposium, Atlanta, June, 2008.

“California Prison Violence Research: From Representative Samples to Populations of Interest” (with Jenness as primary). Department of Criminology Faculty Research Colloquium, University of California, Irvine, June, 2008.

“The Eurogang Research Paradigm: Research Design,” “The Eurogang Expert Survey Development,” and “Fostering Multi-site Instrument Adoption,” Eurogang Workshop for Young Scholars, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, May, 2008.

“Tips from the Professor,” Higher Education Mentoring Program, Orange County Bar Foundation, Santa Ana, March, 2008

“The Mara Salvatrucha Gang in Three Locations: From Patterns to Policies.” Las maras: Street Gangs and Security in Central America and the United States, Center for Latin American and Iberian Studies, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, March, 2008.

“Reflections on Research on Youth and Transnational Policing,” Critical Legalities Symposium, Center in Law, Society and Culture, University of California, Irvine, February, 2008.

“Violence Among Inmates in California Prisons” (with Sumner and Matsuda as primary, and Jenness). American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, November, 2007.

“Authors Meet Critics: Street Gang Patterns and Policies by Malcolm Klein and Cheryl Maxson” (with Klein). American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, November, 2007.

“Inmate-on-Inmate Violence in California Prisons” (with Matsuda as primary, Sumner, and Jenness). Association of Criminal Justice Researchers of California, Long Beach, October, 2007.

“Violence in California Correctional Facilities: An Empirical Examination of Sexual Assault” (with Jenness as primary, Sumner, Matsuda).Research presentations to practitioner/policy groups:

The Prison Rape Elimination Act Commission, California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. Sacramento, April, 2007.

The Warden’s Meeting, California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. Folsom, April, 2007.

The Secretary and the Secretary’s Executive Staff, California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. Sacramento, April, 2007.

Stop Prisoner Rape. Los Angeles, April, 2007.

“Violence in California Correctional Facilities: A Research Note on Collection Self-Report Data from Inmates” (with Jenness as primary, Sumner, Matsuda). American Society of Criminology, Los Angeles, November, 2006.

“What We Know About Gangs: Research and Policy.” California Department of Education Task Force on Gangs and Youth Violence, Sacramento, May, 2006.

“Violence in California Correctional Facilities: A Consideration of Research Issues” (with Jenness as primary, Matsuda, Sumner). California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation Warden’s Meeting, Cambria, March, 2006.

“The Expectations of a College Professor.” Higher Education Mentoring Program, Orange County Bar Foundation, Santa Ana, February, 2006.

“Research on Girls in Gangs: Implications for Gender-specific Programming.” San Jose Mayor’s Gang Task Force: Behind the Mask Workshop, San Jose, August, 2005.

“Juvenile Gangs and Violence: Multiple Influences on Risk and Gangs in a Global Perspective.” Summer Institute on Youth Violence Prevention, UCR Academic Center of Excellence in Youth Violence Prevention, San Diego, August, 2005.

“The Differential Operation of Perceptual Deterrence in Gang and Nongang Juvenile Offenders” (with Matsuda as primary, Hennigan). Western Society of Criminology, Honolulu, February, 2005.

“Intensive Supervision of First-time Probationers in an After School Program: Self Reported Outcomes in an Experimental Evaluation a Year After Program Completion” (with Hennigan as primary; Zhang). American Society of Criminology, Nashville, November, 2004.

“The Effects of Civil Gang Injunctions on Neighborhood Residents.” NIJ Research and Evaluation Conference, Washington, DC, July, 2004.

“Civil Gang Injunctions and Crime Reduction: Community Perspectives on the Effects of Gang Enforcement on Neighborhood Characteristics” (with Hennigan). Societies of Criminology 1st Key Issues Conference, Paris, May, 2004.

“Experimental Evaluation: Intensive Supervision of First-Time Probationers” (with Hennigan as primary). Societies of Criminology 1st Key Issues Conference, Paris, May, 2004.

“Methodological Issues Associated with Conducting Comparative Research: The Eurogang Experience” (with Esbensen). Western Society of Criminology, Long Beach, February, 2004.

“Community Perspectives on Neighborhood Impacts of a Civil Gang Injuntion” (with Hennigan & Sloane). American Society of Criminology, Denver, November, 2003.

“Intensive Supervision of First-Time Probationers: Lessons from an Experimental Outcome Evaluation” (with Hennigan as primary). American Society of Criminology, Denver, November, 2003.

“Critique of Gangs and Delinquency in Developmental Perspective.” Author-Meets-Critics. American Society of Criminology, Denver, November, 2003

“Civil Gang Injunctions: A Civil/Civic Approach to Gang Intervention?” Youth Violence Prevention Conference, University of Missouri-St. Louis, April, 2003.

“Preventing Youth Violence.” Law Enforcement Education Partnership (LEEP), San Bernardino, January, 2003.

“School-Based Protection of Youth At-Risk for Joining Gangs” (with Whitlock as primary). American Society of Criminology, Chicago, November, 2002.

“Assessing an Experimental Intervention Through Experimental Design” (with Hennigan as primary & Zhang). American Society of Criminology, Chicago, November, 2002.

“Problematic Youth Groups: Gangs, Crews, Taggers and Nonjoiners Among Los Angeles Middle School Students” (with Whitlock as primary). European Society of Criminology, Toledo (Spain), September, 2002.

“Street Gangs: Causes, Correlates and Prevention Policy.” Summer Institute for Youth Violence Prevention, UCR Developing Center of Excellence on Youth Violence Prevention, August, 2002.

“Defending the Community: Results of a Citizen Survey on Co-production and Community Policing” (with Hennigan and Sloane). NIJ Research in Progress Seminar, videotape distributed by NCJRS (NCJ 193404), Washington, D.C., March, 2002.

“Civil Gang Injunctions as a Gang Intervention Strategy.” Western Society of Criminology, San Diego, February, 2002.

Midwestern Symposium on Behavioral Disorders, Workshop on Youth Violence, January, 2002. Invited lectures:

“Juvenile Justice Policy and Practice”

“Gangs in the US and Elsewhere: Views from Law Enforcement and Community/School

Surveys” (with F. Esbensen)

“Risk and Protective Factors Related to Joining Gangs: Risk-based Prevention versus

Suppression”

“Gangs in the Hood: The Influence of Street Gangs on Fear of Crime” (with Hennigan and Sloane). American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, November, 2001.

“Risk for Delinquent Peer Group Joining: Religious Involvement as a Mediating Mechanism” (with Whitlock as primary). American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, November, 2001.

“Surveying Expert Informants about Youth Gangs in Europe.” European Society of Criminology, Lausanne, Switzerland, September, 2001.

“Religion as Protection for Joining Deviant Youth Groups” (with Whitlock as primary). American Sociological Association, Anaheim, August, 2001.

“Gang Research and Public Policy: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.” California’s Attorney General’s Youth Violence Policy Council, July, 2001.

“Conducting Research with High Risk, Vulnerable Populations.” National Human Subject Protections Education Workshop, Sacramento, July, 2001.

“Protective Effects Among Gang-Risk Youth: Distinguishing Protection from Risk” (with Whitlock as primary). American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, November, 2000.

“Gangs and Crime: Do Definitions Matter?” (with Parsons as primary & Meeker). American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, San Francisco, 2000.

“The Gang/Drug/Homicide Nexus Revisited in the 1990s.” Western Society of Criminology, Hawaii, February, 2000.

“Gangs as a Case Study in the Culture of Violence.” Presentation to alumni group, USC School of Social Work, April, 2000.

“Lessons About Violence Prevention From Gang Research.” Inter-American Development Bank Violence Prevention Study Tour, Los Angeles, February, 2000.

“Evaluation of Violence Prevention Programs.” Workshop conducted at Los Angeles County Department of Health, January, 2000.

“Protection from Violence Involvement in High Risk Communities” (with Whitlock as primary and Klein). American Society of Criminology, Toronto, November, 1999.

“Potential Uses of Archival Data Sources to Study Gangs in Europe." Eurogang Workshop, Oslo, Norway, September, 1999.

"Community Perspectives on Crime and Policing in Los Angeles" (with Hennigan and Sloane). Los Angeles Police Commission, August, 1999.

"Communicating Research Results to Decision Makers." RAND Workshop, Los Angeles, August, 1999.

"An Overview of the Eurogang Research Conference." National Youth Gang Symposium, Las Vegas, July, 1999.

"Comparing Adult and Adolescent Homicides in Los Angeles." NIJ Conference on Criminal Justice Research and Evaluation, Washington, D.C., July, 1999.

"Conducting Community Surveys" (with Hennigan and Sloane). Workshop conducted at the NIJ Conference on Criminal Justice Research and Evaluation, Washington, D.C., July, 1999.

"Community Perspectives on Crime and Policing in Los Angeles" (with Sloane and Hennigan). Los Angeles City Council, Public Safety Committee, July, 1999.

"Evaluation Techniques for Community Based Organizations." Workshop conducted at Violence Prevention Conference, Los Angeles, June, 1999.

"Incorporating Resiliency Research into Program Practice." Boys and Girls Clubs of America Annual Symposium on Youth Gangs and Delinquency, Los Angeles, April, 1999.

"Situational Aspects of Adolescent Violence" (with Lomonaco as primary). Western Society of Criminology, Oakland, February, 1999.

"Patterns of Adolescent Violence in Los Angeles." American Society of Criminology, Washington, D.C., 1998.

"Community Perspectives on Crime: Collective Efficacy, Disorder and Fear of Crime" (with Hennigan and Sloane). American Society of Criminology, Washington, D.C., 1998.

"Gang Homicide: Patterns in the U.S." (with Curry as primary and Howell). American Society of Criminology, Washington, D.C., 1998.

"The Anatomy of a Survey: Phone Versus Mail Mode Differences" (with Hennigan as primary and Sloane). American Society of Criminology, Washington, D.C., 1998.

"Community Perspectives on Community Policing in Los Angeles" (with Hennigan). National Conference on Community Policing, Washington, D.C., 1998.

"A Proposed Multi-site `Ethnographic' Study of European Gangs and Youth Groups." Eurogang Workshop, Schmitten, Germany, 1998.

"Law Enforcement Responses to Street Gangs in the U.S." Eurogang Workshop, Schmitten, Germany, 1998.

"Gender Differences in Risk Factors for Gang Membership" (with Whitlock). American Sociological Association, San Francisco, 1998.

"Adolescents and Homicide: The Nature and Circumstances of Juvenile Involved Homicide" (with Sternheimer and Lomonaco). American Society of Criminology, San Diego, 1997.

"A Comparison of the Risk Factors Associated with Gang Joining, Violent Behavior, and General Delinquency" (with Whitlock and Klein). American Society of Criminology, San Diego, 1997.

"Gangs, Drugs and Homicide in Los Angeles." Justice Research and Statistics Association, Miami Beach, 1997.

"Restorative Justice Complicated by Victim-Offender Relationships" (with Klein). International Conference on Restorative Justice for Juveniles, Leuven, Belgium, May, 1997.

"Academic and Community Partnerships: Working Together to Reduce Youth Violence" (with Brennan, Woods, Gil de Gibaja, Sternheimer & Lomonaco). Partnerships for a Peaceful Community, Violence Prevention Coalition, Los Angeles, June, 1997.

"Factors Influencing Gang Joining" (with Whitlock). Western Society of Criminology, 1997.

"Crime and Violence in Southern California." Southern California Studies Center's Presidential Round Table, 1996.

"Preliminary Policy Implications of Resistance to Gang Membership in San Diego" (with Whitlock and Klein). California Wellness Foundation Youth Violence Prevention Conference, 1996.

"Resistance to Gang Membership in Long Beach" (with Whitlock and Klein). American Society of Criminology, 1996.

"Juvenile Violence in Los Angeles: An Integrated Research Design." Similar presentations to:

American Society of Criminology, 1996

National Criminal Justice Research and Evaluation Conference, 1996

OJJDP Grantee Cluster Conference, 1996.

"The Effect of Gang Structures on Gang Crime Patterns." Similar presentations to:

Western Society of Criminology, 1996

National Youth Gang Symposium, 1996

NIJ Grantee Cluster Conference, 1996

"Results from a National Study of Gang Migration." Similar presentations to:

National Youth Gang Symposium, 1996

National Conference of the Youth Gang Drug Prevention Program, 1995

National Gang Enforcement and Prevention Training Conference, 1995

National Criminal Justice Research and Evaluation Conference, 1995

American Society of Criminology, 1995

Countywide (LA) Criminal Justice Coordinating Committee, 1995

"Gang Structures and Crime Patterns in U.S. Cities." American Society of Criminology, 1994.

"Between a Rock and a Hard Spot: Protecting Human Subjects from Projected Risks." Human Subjects Workshop, USC, 1994.

"Preliminary Findings from a National Assessment of Gang Migration." Similar presentations to:

Western Society of Criminology, 1993

American Society of Criminology (with Klein), 1993

National Criminal Justice Research and Evaluation Conference, 1993

“Gangs and Drugs.” National Criminal Justice Research and Evaluation Conference, 1993.

"Street Gangs and Drug Sales" (with Klein). American Society of Criminology, 1992.

"The Impact of Gang Migration: Developing Effective Responses" (with Klein). American Society of Criminology, 1992.

"Defining Gang Crime: Revisited." Western Society of Criminology, 1992.

"Whose Research is It Anyway?" Human Subjects Research Workshop, USC, 1992.

"Investigating Factors Related to Gang Membership Resistance." National Conference on Youth Gang Prevention: Realities and Responses, 1992.

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