Dr. Kubrin interviewed for The Reducing Crime podcast

Professor Jerry Ratcliffe hosts an occasional podcast featuring interviews with influential thinkers in the police service and leading crime and policing researchers working to advance public safety. Reducing Crime podcast episode nine features an interview with ILSSC Co-Director Dr. Charis Kubrin. About the episode:

The recent evaluation of the impact of California’s Prop 47 by Charis Kubrin (Professor of Criminology, Law and Society at the University of California, Irvine) has attracted significant attention, both academically and politically. Hear why it has been so controversial.

Listen here: https://soundcloud.com/user-780649270/09-charis-kubrin

Dr. Kubrin quoted in The Washington Post story

Charis E. Kubrin, a professor of criminology law and society at the University of California at Irvine, said that Los Angeles deserved credit for its falling violent crime rates in recent years, but that the crime picture was more complicated on a local level than the citywide decrease that officials like to point to. “He was getting ready to talk to police about gang violence,” she said. “So that to me suggests there were ongoing challenges that that community was facing.”

Read the story “Nipsey Hussle’s death capped a notably violent week in Los Angeles — 26 shootings, 10 homicides” here:
https://www.washingtonpost.com/nation/2019/04/02/nipsey-hussles-death-capped-notably-violent-week-los-angeles-shootings-murders/

Dr. Kubrin quoted in the San Diego Union-Tribune story

Analyzing crime data by census block group gives a more granular view of crime, experts said. “I would not paint it as one is right and the other is wrong,” said Charis Kubrin, professor of Criminology, Law and Society at the University of California Irvine. She said reducing crime data to the lowest means “getting into the weeds” to better understand the data. “Violent crimes tend to cluster very, very heavily, and not within a (census) tract but within a couple of blocks in a neighborhood,” said Kubrin, whose specialties include crime and crime trends. “This is why you need to go down to this level, and find out what is going on.”

Read the story “Crime Counts: As crime falls to record lows, some neighborhoods are left behind” here:
https://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/story/2019-03-28/crime-counts-as-crime-falls-to-record-lows-some-neighborhoods-are-left-behind

Western Society of Criminology 2019

ILSSC will be attending the 46th annual Western Society of Criminology Meeting from February 7-9, 2019 in Honolulu, Hawai’i. There are three panels featuring work by ILSSC at WSC this year. Find out more information on the panels:
https://ilssc.soceco.uci.edu/western-society-of-criminology-2019

American Society of Criminology Meeting 2018

ILSSC will be attending the 74rd American Society of Criminology Meeting from November 14-17, 2018 in Atlanta, Georgia. There are four Complete Thematic Panels Sponsored by ILSSC at ASC this year. Find out more information on the panels:

ILSSC at the American Society of Criminology Meeting 2018