Against Prediction: Profiling, Policing, and Punishing in An Actuarial Age

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Notes

Prologue

1. Bruce, Burgess, and Harno 1928, 284.

2. Burgess and Sellin 1951, 12–13.


Chapter One

1. Biggs 2003. See generallyMoon 2004.

2. SeeAustin and Hardyman 2004.

3. SeeKansas Senate Bill 123, New Section 1(b)(2) (2003), available at the Web site of the Kansas Legislature, Session of 2003, Senate Bill No. 123, by Special Committee on Judiciary: http://www.kslegislature.org/bills/2004/123.pdf.

4. SeeMoon 2004; Biggs 2003. The cost of treatment over that period has been approximately $14,155 per person.

5. See generallyAustin et al. 2003.

6. “Washington's Parole System Summarized” on the Web site of the State of Washington Indeterminate Sentence Review Board, available at http://www.srb .wa.gov/summary.html.

7. Seethe Web site of the North Dakota State Government, North Dakota Legislative Council, Minutes of the Corrections Committee, Tuesday, September 3,2002: http://www.legjs.nd.gov/assembly/57–2001/interim-info/minutes/cor090302.html.

8. Michael Stark, Alaska parole board member, telephone interview by Marylynne Hunt-Dorta, June 29, 2004.

9. Vermont parole department, telephone interview by Marylynne Hunt-Dorta, June 30, 2004.

10. SeeRonald J. Ward, Director, Oklahoma Department of Corrections, “Statutory Termination of Supervision” available at the Web site of the Oklahoma Department of Corrections: http://www.doc.state.ok.us/Offtech/opl60111.htm.

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