Center for Applied Demography and Survey Research

 

The primary mission of the Center for Applied Demography and Survey Research(CADSR) is to ensure that the best possible data and information on important public issues are developed and made available to the policy-makers who affect the way we all live and work in Delaware, and to members of the College and its clients.

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  • Jacoby, Joan E (Lexington Books, 1980)
  • Gramckow, Heike P.; Jacoby, Joan E.; Ratledge, Edward C. (Jefferson Institute for Justice Studies, 1993-07)
    With little contemporary literature available about the subject of complex drug prosecutions, this assessment was particularly difficult because the issues surrounding the prosecution of complex drug cases, first, had to ...
  • Jacoby, Joan E.; Gramckow, Heike P.; Ratledge, Edward C. (Jefferson Institute for Justice Studies, 1995-03)
    This report presents the results of an initial assessment of the effects of community policing on the criminal justice system and local government agencies. It attempts to fill a gap in our knowledge about community policing ...
  • Jacoby, Joan E.; Gramckow, Heike P.; Ratledge, Edward C. (Jefferson Institute for Justice Studies, 1992-02)
    This report has been prepared to alert law enforcement and prosecution to the problems and issues related to asset forfeiture programs, and to assist them in building the capacity to successfully target assets related to ...
  • Jacoby, Joan E.; Ratledge, Edward C.; Taylor, Ronald J.; Barrion, Noddie (Jefferson Institute for Justice Studies, 1996-02)
    This report is an assessment of the resource requirements of district attorneys in North Carolina. It also assesses the ability of North Carolina district attorneys to provide adequate prosecutorial services to the public ...
  • Jacoby, Joan E.; Ratledge, Edward C. (2000-11)
    This report presents an assessment of the resource requirements of clerks of superior court in North Carolina. It first examines the issues that affect resource allocation. It then discusses trends and resource allocation ...
  • Jacoby, Joan E.; Mellon, Leonard R.; Greenberg, Sheldon; Ratledge, Edward C.; Turner, Stanley H. (Law Enforcement Assistance Administration (LEAA), 1980-05)
    The purpose of this research is to examine the factors affecting prosecutorial decision-making and to measure the differences that occur in decision-making within an office and among offices. Within offices, the research ...
  • Jacoby, Joan E.; Mellon, Leonard R.; Ratledge, Edward C.; Turner, Stanley H. (U.S. Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice, 1982-01)
    This report, Prosecutorial Decision-making: A National Study is one of four published as a result of a three-year research project on prosecutorial decision-making in the United States. It presents the major findings of ...
  • Jacoby, Joan E. (U.S. Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice, 1982-07)
    This report, Performance Measurement for Prosecution and Public Defense, represents the first phase of a long term effort to develop a theory of performance measurement for prosecution and public defense; design and test ...
  • Jacoby, Joan E.; Mellon, Leonard R.; Turner, Stanley H.; Ratledge, Edward C. (U.S. Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice, 1982-01)
    This report explains how the set of standard cases can be used by an agency for management, training and operations.
  • Jacoby, Joan E.; Mellon, Leonard R.; Smith, Walter F. (U.S. Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice, 1982-01)
    This report presents a conceptual model for analyzing the prosecutive decision-making function from a policy perspective; summarizes the findings of a comparative examination of ten prosecutors' offices; and supplements ...
  • Jacoby, Joan E.; Ratledge, Edward C. (Jefferson Institute for Justice Studies, 2001-10)
    It is important to maintain offices at reasonable staffing levels. However, when resources are strained, it is more important to manage them efficiently and effectively. Good management is a goal for all prosecutors but ...
  • Jacoby, Joan E.; Ratledge, Edward C. (Jefferson Institute for Justice Studies, 2001-07)
    Good managers recognize that it is important for offices to have reasonable staffing levels. However, they also recognize that if resources are strained, it is more important to manage them efficiently and effectively. ...
  • Jacoby, Joan E. (Jefferson Institute for Justice Studies, 2001-09)
    It is important to maintain offices at reasonable staffing levels. However, when resources are strained, it is more important to manage them efficiently and effectively. Although good management is a goal for all prosecutors, ...
  • Jacoby, Joan E.; Ratledge, Edward C. (Jefferson Institute for Justice Studies, 2001-10)
    It is important to maintain offices at reasonable staffing levels. However, when resources are strained, it is more important to manage them efficiently and effectively. Although good management is a goal for all prosecutors, ...
  • Jacoby, Joan E.; Ratledge, Edward C. (Jefferson Institute for Justice Studies, 2001-10)
    It is important to maintain offices at reasonable staffing levels. However, when resources are strained, it is more important to manage them efficiently and effectively. Although good management is a goal for all prosecutors, ...
  • Jacoby, Joan E.; Ratledge, Edward C. (Jefferson Institute for Justice Studies, 2001-10)
    It is important to maintain offices at reasonable staffing levels. However, when resources are strained, it is more important to manage them efficiently and effectively. Although good management is a goal for all prosecutors, ...
  • Jacoby, Joan E.; Gilchrist, Peter S. III; Ratledge, Edward C. (Jefferson Institute for Justice Studies, 1999-07)
    This guide is for prosecutors. In this guide, we assume that every prosecutor faces the common problem of how to manage an office with a fixed amount of resources in such a way as to provide quality prosecution services ...
  • Jacoby, Joan E.; Gilchrist, Peter S. III; Ratledge, Edward C. (Jefferson Institute for Justice Studies, 2001-09)
    This guide is for prosecutors. It asks prosecutors to think about why they are prosecutors, what they hope to achieve with the resources they have and what guidelines and priorities need to be established for the protection ...
  • Jacoby, Joan E.; Gilchrist, Peter S. III; Ratledge, Edward C. (Jefferson Institute for Justice Studies, 1999-01)
    This guide is for prosecutors. In this guide, we assume that every prosecutor seeks the common goal of managing an office with sufficient resources to provide quality prosecution services consistent with his or her policy. ...

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