Janne E. Gaub
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Officer perceptions of body-worn cameras before and after deployment: A study of three departments
JE Gaub, DE Choate, N Todak, CM Katz, MD White
Police Quarterly 19 (3), 275-302, 2016
1622016
Exploring the potential for body-worn cameras to reduce violence in police–citizen encounters
MD White, JE Gaub, N Todak
Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice 12 (1), 66-76, 2018
1352018
Assessing citizen perceptions of body-worn cameras after encounters with police
MD White, N Todak, JE Gaub
Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management 40 (4 …, 2017
942017
Body‐worn cameras as a potential source of depolicing: Testing for camera‐induced passivity
D Wallace, MD White, JE Gaub, N Todak
Criminology 56 (3), 481-509, 2018
702018
Examining body‐worn camera integration and acceptance among police officers, citizens, and external stakeholders
MD White, N Todak, JE Gaub
Criminology & Public Policy 17 (3), 649-677, 2018
672018
The importance of external stakeholders for police body-worn camera diffusion
N Todak, JE Gaub, MD White
Policing: An International Journal 41 (4), 448-464, 2018
412018
One size doesn’t fit all: The deployment of police body-worn cameras to specialty units
JE Gaub, N Todak, MD White
International Criminal Justice Review 30 (2), 136-155, 2020
342020
Open to interpretation: Confronting the challenges of understanding the current state of body-worn camera research
JE Gaub, MD White
American Journal of Criminal Justice 45 (4), 899-913, 2020
192020
New directions in intersections, inequality, and sentencing
JE Gaub, K Holtfreter
Women & Criminal Justice 25 (5), 298-312, 2015
182015
Housing disinvestment and crime in a Phoenix suburb: Exploring the differential effects of investors and owner-occupants
AW Chamberlain, D Wallace, D Pfeiffer, J Gaub
Urban Affairs Review 54 (1), 190-224, 2018
142018
Beyond patrol: Exploring the perceptions of police body-worn cameras among officers in specialized units
JE Gaub, N Todak, MD White
Phoenix: Arizona State University Center for Violence Prevention and …, 2017
142017
Predictors of police body-worn camera acceptance: Digging deeper into officers’ perceptions
N Todak, JE Gaub
Policing: An International Journal 43 (2), 299-313, 2020
122020
Impacts of BWCs on use of force: Directory of outcomes
MD White, JE Gaub, KE Padilla
Retrieved January 8, 2020, 2019
102019
Implicate or exonerate? The impact of police body-worn cameras on the adjudication of drug and alcohol cases
MD White, JE Gaub, A Malm, KE Padilla
Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice, 2019
102019
Implementing a police body-worn camera program in a small agency
JE Gaub, MD White, KE Padilla, CM Katz
ASU Center for Violence Prevention and Community Safety 18, 2017
82017
Assessing the impact and consequences of police officer body-worn cameras
MD White, JE Gaub, N Todak
American Society of Criminology meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, 2016
72016
Understanding police misconduct correlates: Does gender matter in predicting career-ending misconduct?
JE Gaub
Women & Criminal Justice 30 (4), 264-289, 2020
42020
What happens downstream? External stakeholder perceptions of police body-worn cameras
N Todak, JE Gaub, MD White
Phoenix: Arizona State University Center for Violence Prevention and …, 2017
32017
Restorative justice
JE Gaub
The Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice, 1-5, 2014
32014
Police BWCs as “neutral observers”: Perceptions of public defenders
JE Gaub, C Naoroz, A Malm
Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice, 0
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