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The information contained herein is provided to the Inter-University Network of Criminal Justice Research Centers by its members. For additional information, please contact the individual member centers. 

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Director:  Debbie Mukamal

Website: http://bit.ly/cjcenters_stanford

Mailing Address: 

Stanford Criminal Justice Center

Stanford University Law School

Crown Quadrangle

559 Nathan Abbott Way

Stanford, CA 94305

Phone:   650.723.2465

Email:   dmukamal@law.stanford.edu 

Founded in 2005, the Stanford Criminal Justice Center (SCJC) serves as a research and policy institute on issues related to the criminal justice system. Our efforts are geared both towards generating policy research for the public sector, as well as providing pedagogical opportunities to Stanford Law School students with academic or careers in interests in criminal law and crime policy. The Stanford Criminal Justice Center is led by Faculty Co-Directors Professors Joan Petersilia, David Sklansky, and Robert Weisberg, and Executive Director Debbie Mukamal.

Sample Publications

Don’t Stop Now: California Leads the Nation in Using Public Higher Education to Address Mass Incarceration. Will We Continue? 
Debbie Mukamal  Rebecca Silbert 
March 15, 2018   

 

Rate My District Attorney: Toward a Scorecard for Prosecutors’ Offices
David Alan Sklansky  Katherine K. Moy  Dennis M. Martin
January 1, 2018   Download

 

The Future of Parole Release
Joan Petersilia  Edward Rhine  Kevin Reitz
January 1, 2017  

 

The Way Forward After Black Men Are Shot Dead
Debbie Mukamal  David Alan Sklansky
October 19, 2016

 

At Arm’s Length: Improving Criminal Investigations of Police Shootings
Amari L. Hammonds  Katherine Kaiser Moy  Rachel R. Suhr  Cameron Vanderwall
October 1, 2016   Download

 

McDonnell v. United States: The Court Does Congress’s Job, Rewrites Section 1346
Robert Weisberg
June 28, 2016

 

The Death Penalty in its Death Throes?
Robert Weisberg
June 2, 2016

 

Predicting Parole Grants: An Analysis of Suitability Hearings for California’s Lifer Inmates
Kathryne M. Young  Debbie Mukamal  Thomas Favre-Bulle
April 1, 2016   

Predicting Parole Grants: An Analysis of Suitability Hearings for California’s Lifer Inmates
Kathryne M. Young  Debbie Mukamal  Thomas Favre-Bull
April 1, 2016   

 

Releasing Low-Level Offenders Did Not Unleash a Crime Wave in California
Joan Petersilia
March 17, 2016