This Crime File video portrays the shock-incarceration, boot camp regime for drug offenders at the Butler facility in New York State, followed by a panel's assessment of the effectiveness of such programs.
Aileen Wiglesworth, Assistant Clinical Professor, University of California, Irvine
Cherie Hill, Detective, Anaheim, Calif., Police Department
John H. Laub, Director, National Institute of Justice
John Laub discusses the creation of a culture of science within the Institute, including the value of embracing transparency and a critical perspective.
This video, in the Crime File series, presents background material on some U.S. Supreme Court decisions pertinent to the use of the exclusionary rule in sanctioning illegal police searches and seizures (Mapp v. Ohio and Shepherd v. Massachusetts); the moderator, James Q. Wilson, poses questions to Professor Yale Kamisar, University of Michigan Law School, and D. Lowell Jensen, Associate Attorney General, U.S. Department of Justice, designed to probe the controversial implications of the exclusionary rule.
NIJ Conference Interview
Al Blumstein, Professor, Carnegie Mellon University
Kiminori Nakamura, Doctoral Student