This collection contains reports and booklets of the Metropolitan Criminal Justice Center at the College of William and Mary's Marshall-Wythe School of Law. The records include an interim report of the Center, a survey of citizen opinions on crime, and booklets on the following topics: A Comparative Analysis of Police Organizations; Deferrence of Crime: A Reformulation of Chambliss' Typology of Deferrence; The Deferrent Effects of Sanctions; Discretion of Law Enforcement Officials; Juvenile Court Intake; On the Measurement of Social Role Adaptation in the Prison Community; Pilot City Project; Sanctions and Social Control; Sociological Perspective on Public Support for Capital Punishment; and Student Drug Use.
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Metropolitan Criminal Justice Center Records, Special Collections Research Center, Earl Gregg Swem Library, College of William and Mary. https://scrcguides.libraries.wm.edu/repositories/2/resources/2355 Accessed September 18, 2019.