Published Papers

What Follows Punishment
By: Aviva Stahl SEP—26—2019
The Outline
From jail to an apartment — not the streets
Chicago Tribune 9/30/2019
When Junk Science about Sex Offenders Infects the Supreme Court”
David Feige
New York Times Op-Ed
Tamara Rice Lave and Franklin E. Zimring
“Sex Offenses & Sex Offender Registration Task Force Final Report
Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority
December, 2017
“The Pennsylvania Prison Society – Policy Subcommittee on Sex Offense Issues”
November 17, 2017
Sex Registries as Modern-Day Witch Pyres: Why Criminal Justice Reform Advocates Need to Address the Treatment of People on the Sex Offender Registry
In Justice Today
Guy Hamilton-Smith, December 12, 2017
“Defining and Contextualizing Prevention: Part 1“Putting Sex Offender Specific Legislation in Perspective: The Importance of Primary Prevention.”
Raymond A. Knight, 2017
“Frightening and High”: The Supreme Court’s Crucial Mistake about Sex Crime Statistics
Ira Mark Ellman and Tara Ellman
Policy Papers developed by the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers
Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers
“Bad Data: How government agencies distort statistics on sex-crime recidivisum”
Alissa R. Ackerman and Marshall Burns, Center of Juvenile and Criminal Justice, 2016
Making the Case Against Banishing Sex Offenders
The Marshall Project, October 5, 2016
“Risk Evaluation: Maximizing Risk Accuracy”Presentation to Special Commission to Reduce the Recidivism of Sex OffendersRaymond A. Knight, October 8, 2014
5 Percent of Sex Offenders Rearrested for Another Sex Crime Within 3 Years of Prison Release
Bureau of Justice Statistics, November 16, 2003