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Childhood Antecedents of Incarceration and Criminal Justice Involvement Among Homeless Veterans

Although criminal justice involvement and incarceration are common problems for homeless veterans, few studies have examined childhood risk factors for criminal justice involvement among veterans. This study examines the association between three types of childhood problems, family instability, conduct disorder…

On the Prevalence of Veteran Deaths in State Prisons

This article presents the first look at the prevalence of veteran deaths in state prisons using data from the National Corrections Reporting Program (NCRP). We find that overall veterans are not statistically more likely than non veterans to die in…

Offending behaviour, mental health and welfare needs of veterans in liaison and diversion services

This project utilised data from 29 Liaison and Diversion (L&D) services across England from the period 2015-2016. Individuals can be referred to these services when they enter the Criminal Justice System (CJS), e.g. from police custody suites or magistrates’ courts,…

Association of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Traumatic Brain Injury With Aggressive Driving in Iraq and Afghanistan Combat Veterans

Purpose: Aggressive driving contributes to the high rates of postdeployment motor vehicle–related injury and death observed among veterans, and veterans cite problems with anger, aggressive driving, and road rage as being among their most pressing driving-related concerns. Both posttraumatic stress…

Typologies of adverse childhood experiences and their relationship to incarceration in U.S. military veterans

Numerous studies have reported that adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) are associated with negative psychosocial outcomes in adulthood, but no study has examined the different typologies of ACEs and the relationship of these with adult incarceration in military veterans. The current…