Cambridge Centre Chief Executive Lawrence Sherman and Centre Junior Fellow Heather Harris have been selected for the American Society of Criminology 2014 Prize for “Best Field Experiment” in the Division of Experimental Criminology. The Prize is awarded for their free online article, “Increased death rates of domestic violence victims from arresting vs. warning suspects in the Milwaukee Domestic Violence Experiment (MilDVE).”

Click here for a free download of the article.

Click here for news reports in TIME Magazine, the TIMES of London, and other media coverage on the research, which reports a 23-year followup of a landmark experiment first reported in Sherman’s 1992 book, Policing Domestic Violence: Experiments and Dilemmas—soon to be available online for courses and members of the Cambridge Centre for EBP.

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