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2003
Yacoubian, George S., Jr. . Assessing the efficacy of the calendar method with Oklahoma City arrestees. Journal of Crime and Justice. 26, (1), 117-131.
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2006
Decker, Scott H.,  Katz, Charles M.,  Webb, Vincent J. Assessing the validity of self-reports by gang members: Results from the Arrestee Drug Abuse Monitoring Program. Crime and Delinquency. 52, (2), 232-252.
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2006
Ross, Michael W.,  Risser, Jan,  Peters, Ronald J. Cocaine use and syphilis trends: Findings from the Arrestee Drug Abuse Monitoring (ADAM) program and syphilis epidemiology in Houston. American Journal on Addictions. 15, (6), 473-477.
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2002
Yacoubian, George S.,  Peters, Ronald J., Jr.,  Urbach, Blake J.,  Johnson, Regina J. Comparing drug use between welfare-receiving arrestees and non-welfare-receiving arrestees. Journal of Drug Education. 32, (2), 139-147.
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2008
Wood, Darryl S. Criterion validity of self-reported drug use among Alaska Native and non-Native arrestees in Anchorage, Alaska. Criminal Justice Studies. 21, (1), 49-60.
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2005
Rosenfeld, Richard,  Fornango, Robert,  Baumer, Eric . Did Ceasefire, Compstat, and Exile reduce homicide?. Criminology and Public Policy. 4, (3), 419-450.
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2003
Dugan, Laura,  Nagin, Daniel S.,  Rosenfeld, Richard . Do domestic violence services save lives?. National Institute of Justice Journal. (250), 20-25.
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2002
Mieczkowski, Tom . Does ADAM need a haircut? A pilot study of self-reported drug use and hair analysis in an arrestee sample. Journal of Drug Issues. 32, (1), 97-118.
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2007
Gorman, Dennis M.,  Huber, J. Charles, Jr. . Do medical cannabis laws encourage cannabis use?. International Journal of Drug Policy. 18, (3), 160-167.
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2006
Reuter, Peter . Drug Use. Gender Issues. 23, (3), 65 -
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2001
Anonymous . Drug use among adult and juvenile arrestees remains high. Juvenile Justice Update. 6, (6), 4 -
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2003
Myrstol, Brad . Drug use trends among Anchorage arrestees: 1999-2001. Alaska Justice Forum. 19, (4), 1, 10-12.
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2001
(author unknown) . Ecstasy surveillance in the United States: The time to monitor juvenile arrestees is now. Journal of Offender Monitoring. 14, (3-4), 23-24.
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2002
Yacoubian, George S. Exploring benzodiazepine use among Houston arrestees. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs. 34, (4), 393-399.
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2012
Miller, Riane N.,  Kuhns, Joseph B. Exploring the impact of medical marijuana laws on the validity of self-reported marijuana use among juvenile arrestees over time. Criminal Justice Policy Review. 23, (1), 40-66.
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2004
Yacoubian, George S., Jr.,  Peters, Ronald J. Exploring the prevalence and correlates of methamphetamine use: Findings from Sacramento's ADAM program. Journal of Drug Education. 34, (3), 281-294.
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2000
Anonymous . Half of male suspects are substance users. Crime Control Digest. 34, (30), 4-5.
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2009
Dave, Dhaval . Illicit drug use among arrestees, prices and policy. Journal of Urban Economics. 63, (2), 694-714.
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2005
Golub, Andrew,  Liberty, Hillary James,  Johnson, Bruce D. Inaccuracies in self-reports and urinalysis tests: Impacts on monitoring marijuana use trends among arrestees. Journal of Drug Issues. 35, (4), 941-965.
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2002
Yacoubian, George S.,  Urbach, B. J. . To pee or not to pee: Reconsidering the need for urinalysis. Journal of Drug Education. 32, (4), 261-270.
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2008
Decker, Scott H.,  Katz, Charles M.,  Webb, Vincent J. Understanding the black box of gang organization: Implications for involvement in violent crime, drug sales, and violent victimization. Crime and Delinquency. 54, (1), 153-172.
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2011
Katz, Charles M.,  Webb, Vincent J.,  Fox, Kate,  Shaffer, Jennifer N. Understanding the relationship between violent victimzation and gang membership. Journal of Criminal Justice. 39, (1), 48-59.
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2005
Katz, Charles M.,  Webb, Vincent J.,  Decker, Scott H. Using the Arrestee Drug Abuse Monitoring (ADAM) Program to further understand the relationship between drug use and gang membership. Justice Quarterly. 22, (1), 58-88.
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