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

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Index
Abbott, Andrew, 47–48, 242, 273n3
Abrahamse, Allan, 89–90
actuarial: definition of, 1, 16–18; dimensions, 223–27; growth of, 16, 77–106; origins of, 39; paradigm, 107; versus clinical, 106–7
actuary, 1, 39, 59
African Americans: community effects, 169; drug use by, comparative, 195–210; incarceration of, 167; policing and, 170; profiling and, 221; ratchet effect and, 167; search success rates, 208
airport screening: drug couriers and, 15–16, 104–6; hijackings and, 231–33; randomization of, 238
alien smuggling profile, 103
Alschuler, Albert, 19,109
American Law Institute, 91
Anderton, Charles, 234
Argow, Walter, 50, 68, 74 table 2.3, 17980,185; list of factors used by, 28384n118
Attorney General's Survey, 69, 74 table 2.3, 180, 185
bail, 4, 16, 190. See alsopretrial detention
Bail Reform Act of 1966, 217–18
Baker, Tom, 19, 185
Barefoot v. Estelle, 101–2
Barnes, Katherine, 118–19, 208–9
Beck, James L., 70–72, 75 table 2.3, 253
Becker, Gary, 26, 111, 113, 117, 138, 241
Beckett, Katherine, 19
Becton, Charles, 105
black criminality, 30, 162
Block, Michael, 94
Blumstein, Alfred, 89, 97, 211, 252, 255, 257, 287n30, 287n34
Borden, Howard, 51, 73 table 2.3, 245
Borooah, Vani, 121–22
Breyer, Stephen, 95
Brown, Lawrence, 72, 75 table 2.3, 254; list of factors used by, 285n137
Bruce, Andrew, 51–52, 245
burden of proof, 227
Burgess, Ernest W., 1, 37, 39–40, 47, 73 table 2.3, 91, 175–78, 183, 245; applications, 58–59, 69–72; Gluecks and, 59–62; list of factors used by, 276n44; precursors of, 48–51; research, 51–58; successors of, 62–68, 180–82
Burgess method, 39–40, 59, 61, 65–66, 70–72
California Base/Expectancy Score, 60, 72
Carter, John, 234
Cauley, Jon, 233
Chicago, University of. SeeUniversity of Chicago
Chicago ecological paradigm, 47, 61
Classification of Violence Risk (COVR), 14
clinical methods, 16–17, 22, 106–7, 179, 186, 237
Coen, Deborah, 187
Cohen, Jacqueline, 211, 252, 287n30
Cohen, Stanley, 19
Cole, David, 105–6, 161
Colorado Youthful Offender—Levels of Supervision Inventory (CYO-LSI), 84
Criminal History Categories, 96

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