Andrew Harris


Andrew J.HarrisSelect Publications List


Harris, A. & Socia, K. (2014). What's in a name? Evaluating the impacts of the "sex offender" label on public opinions and beliefs. Sexual Abuse: A Journal of Research & Treatment. DOI: 1079063214564391

Harris, A. & Davidson. J. (2014). Teens, Sex, and Technology: Implications for Educational Systems and Practice. In Saleh, F. M., Grudzinskas, A., & Judge, A. (eds.) Adolescent sexual behavior in the digital age: Considerations for clinicians, legal professionals, and educators. New York: Oxford University Press

Harris, A. (2014). Understanding the World of Digital Youth. In Saleh, F. M., Grudzinskas, A., & Judge, A. (eds.) Adolescent sexual behavior in the digital age: Considerations for clinicians, legal professionals, and educators. New York: Oxford University Press

Harris, A., Levenson, J., & Ackerman, A. (2014) Registered sex offenders in the United States: behind the numbers. Crime & Delinquency, 60(1), 3-33

Socia, K. M., Levenson, J. S., Ackerman, A. R., & Harris, A. J. (2014). " Brothers Under the Bridge": Factors Influencing the Transience of Registered Sex Offenders in Florida. Sexual abuse: a journal of research and treatment, DOI: 1079063214521472.

Harris, A., Davidson, J., Letourneau, E., Paternite, C., & Miofsky, K. T. (2013). Building a Prevention Framework to Address Teen" Sexting" Behaviors. Final Technical Report. U.S. Department of Justice.

Levenson, J, Ackerman, A., & Harris, A. (2013). Catch me if you can: an analysis of fugitive sex offenders. Sexual Abuse: A Journal of Research & Treatment. Published online before print, doi: 10.1177/1079063213480820

Ackerman, A., Levenson, J. Harris, A. (2012) How many sex offenders really live among us? Adjusted counts and population rates in five U.S. states. Journal of Crime and Justice, 35(3)

Levenson, J. & Harris, A. (2012). 100,000 Sex Offenders Missing - Or Are They? Deconstruction of an Urban Legend. Criminal Justice Policy Review, 23(3), 375-386

Harris, A. & Lurigio, A. (2012) Threat assessment & law enforcement practice. Journal of Police Crisis Negotiations, 12(1)

doi: 10.1080/15332586.2012.645375

Lobanov-Rostovsky, C. and Harris, A. (2012). State responses to federal sex offender management legislation. In Schwartz, B. (Ed.) The Sexual Offender, Volume 7. Kingston, NJ: Civic Research Institute

Harris, A. (2011). SORNA in the post-deadline era: what's the next move? Sex Offender Law Report 12(6).

Ackerman, A., Harris, A., Levenson, J., and Zgoba, K. (2011) Who are the people in your neighborhood?: A descriptive national analysis of individuals on public sex offender registries. International Journal of Law & Psychiatry, 34, 149-159.

Lobanov-Rostovsky, C. and Harris, A. (in press). Why we do what we do: the disconnect between sex offender research, policy, and practice. In Phenix, A. & Hoberman, H. (Eds.) Sexual Offenders: Diagnosis, Risk Assessment, and Management. New York: Springer

Harris, A. & Lurigio, A. (2010). Sex Offenses & Offenders: Toward Evidence-Based Public Policy. Criminal Justice & Behavior, 37(5), 477-481.

Harris, A., Fisher, W., Veysey, B. Ragusa, L., Lurigio, A. (2010). Sex Offending and Serious Mental Illness: Directions for Policy and Research. Criminal Justice & Behavior, 37(5), 596-612.

Harris, A., Lobanov-Rostovsky, C., Levenson, J. (2010). Widening the Net: Effects of Transitioning to The Federally-Mandated Adam Walsh Act Classification System. Criminal Justice & Behavior,37 (5), 503-519.

Harris, A. & Lobanov-Rostovsky, C. (2010). Implementing the Adam Walsh Act’s Sex Offender Registration and Notification Provisions: A Survey of the States.Criminal Justice Policy Review, 21(2), 202-222.

Lurigio, A. J., & Harris, A. J. (2009). Mental Illness, Violence, and Risk Assessment: An Evidence-Based Review. Victims & Offenders, 4(4), 341–347.

Harris, A. & Lobanov-Rostovsky, C. (2009). SORNA: A view from the states. Sex Offender Law Report, 10(2), January 2009

Harris, A. (2009, 2014). Sex Offenders and Civil Commitment: A Policy Review. In Wright, R. (Ed.), Sex Offender Laws: Failed Policies, New Directions. New York: Springer

Harris, A. & Lurigio, A. (2008). Prison-Based Programming for Women with Serious Mental Illness. In Gido, R. & Dalley, L. (Eds.) Women’s Mental Health Issues Across the Criminal Justice System. Upper Saddle Hill, NJ: Prentice Hall

Harris, A. & Lurigio, A. (2007). Mental Illness & Violence: A Brief Review of Research and Assessment Strategies. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 12(5), 542-551

Harris, A. & Lurigio, A. (2007). Crime Prevention and Soft Technology: Risk Assessment, Threat Assessment, and the Prevention of Violence. In Byrne, J. & Rebovich, D. (Eds.), The New Technology of Crime, Law, and Social Control, Monsey, NY: Criminal Justice Press

Lurigio, A. & Harris, A. (2007) Mental Illness and the Criminal Justice System: An Overview of Historical Causes and Suggested Remedies. Professional Issues in Criminal Justice, 2(2), May 2007

Harris, A. (2006). Risk Assessment and Sex Offender Community Supervision: A Context-Specific Framework. Federal Probation, 70 (2), 36-43

Harris, A. (2006). Cost and Resource Allocation in the Implementation of Civil Commitment Laws: A Guide for Policymakers. In A. Schlank (Ed.), The Sexual Predator Volume III., Kingston, N.J.: Civic Research Institute

Harris, A. (2005). Civil Commitment of Sexual Predators: A Study in Policy Implementation. New York: LFB Scholarly Publications