March is National Criminal Justice Month in the United States. The aim of the event is to increase awareness of the causes and effects of crime, as well as improving strategies for prevention and response.
This March, Springer Nature is sharing the top downloaded criminology and criminal justice research articles of 2015 and 2016. All articles are free to read until March 31, 2017.
Before the Abstract, the official podcast of the Springer Nature Storytellers program, features a story shared by criminologist Heith Copes, about his work on a photo ethnography of methamphetamine use in rural Alabama. Listen to Heith’s story and have a look at the photo series GOOD BAD PEOPLE, photographed by Jared Ragland here.