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Recent Publications:


Dan-Irabor, Dale*, Lee Ann Slocum, and Stephanie A. Wiley. 2023. Bayesian Updating, Subtyping and Perceptions of the Police: Implications of Police Contact for Youth’s Perceptions of Police Procedural Justice. Criminology, 61(4): 823-859. DOI:

Wiley, Stephanie A., Lee Ann Slocum, and Finn-Aage Esbensen. 2023. From School Halls to Shopping Malls: Multi-level Predictors of Police Contact In and Out of School. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 60(5): 623-663. DOI:

Fisher, Benjamin W., Stephanie A. Wiley, and Anne McGlynn-Wright. 2022. Suspended Again: The Racialized Consequences of a 9th Grade Suspension on Future Suspension Patterns. Race and Social Problems, 40: 254-267. DOI:

Wiley, Stephanie A., Helene Love, and Kelin A. Emmett. 2020. Indigenous Overrepresentation in Canada’s Youth Correctional System: An Assessment of Regional Variability. Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice, 62(2): 22-43.

Wiley, Stephanie A., Lee Ann Slocum, Jennifer O’Neill*, and Finn-Aage Esbensen. 2020. Beyond the Breakfast Club: Variability in the Effects of Suspension by School Context. Youth and Society, 52: 1259-1284.

Slocum, Lee A., and Stephanie A. Wiley. 2018. “Experience of the Expected?” Race and Ethnicity Differences in the Effects of Police Contact on Youth: Variability in the Consequences of Police Contact. Criminology, 56: 402-432.