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Odio, C.D., Carroll, M., Glass, S., Bauman, A., Taxman, F.S., & Meyer, J.P. (2018). Evaluating concurrent validity of criminal justice and clinical assessments among women on probation. Health & Justice, 6 (7).

Gehring, K. (2016). A Direct Test of Pathways Theory. Feminist Criminology: 1-23.

Salisbury, E., Dabney, J.D., & Russell, K. (2015). Diverting Victims of Commercial Sexual Exploitation from Juvenile Detention: Development of the InterCSECt Screening Protocol. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 30(7): 1247-1276.

Bauman, A., Van Voorhis, P., Wright, E., & Salisbury, E. (2014). Assessing the Risk and Needs of Women in Jails. American Jails, 27 (6): 19-24.

Gehring, K. & Van Voorhis, P (2014). Needs and Pretrial Failure: Additional Risk Factors for Female and Male Defendants. Criminal Justice and Behavior 41 (8): 943-970.

Van Voorhis, P., Bauman, A., & Brushett, R., (2013). Revalidation of the Women’s Risk Needs Assessment: Probation Results – Final Report. Report submitted to the National Institute of Corrections.

Van Voorhis, P., Bauman, A., & Brushett, R., (2013). Revalidation of the Women’s Risk Needs Assessment: Institutional Results – Final Report. Report submitted to the National Institute of Corrections.

Van Voorhis, P., Bauman, A., & Brushett, R., (2012). Revalidation of the Women’s Risk Needs Assessment: Pre-Release Results – Final Report. Report submitted to the National Institute of Corrections.

Wright, E.M., Van Voorhis, P., Salisbury, E., & Bauman, A. (2012). Gender-responsive lessons learned and policy implications for women in prison: A review. Criminal Justice & Behavior, 39: 1612-1632.

Van Voorhis, P., Wright, E., Salisbury, E., & Bauman, A. (2010). Women’s risk factors and their contribution to existing risk/needs assessment: The current status of a gender-responsive supplement. Criminal Justice & Behavior, 37: 261-288.

Van Voorhis, P., Bauman, A., Wright, E., & Salisbury, E. (2009). Implementing the Women’s Risk/Needs Assessment (WRNAs): Early Lessons from the Field.  Women, Girls, and Criminal Justice, 10(6): 81, 82. 89-91.

Wright, E., Van Voorhis, P., Salisbury, E., & Bauman, A. (2009). Gender-Responsive Prisons: Lessons from the NIC/UC Gender-Responsive Classification Project. Women, Girls, and Criminal Justice. 10(6): 85-87, 95-96.

Salisbury, E., Van Voorhis, P., Wright, E. & Bauman, A. (2009). Changing the Probation Experience for Women Offenders: Findings from the Women’s Needs and Risk Assessment Project. Women, Girls, and Criminal Justice. 10(6): 83-84,92-95.

Gehring, K., Van Voorhis, P., & Bell, V. (2009). "What Works" for Female Probationers? An Evaluation of the Moving On Program. Cincinnati, OH: University of Cincinnati.

Van Voorhis, P., Salisbury, E., Wright, E., & Bauman, A. (2008). Achieving Accurate Pictures of Risk and Identifying Gender-Responsive Needs: Two New Assessments for Women Offenders.  Washington, D.C.: United States Department of Justice: National Institute of Corrections.

Van Voorhis, P., Salisbury E., Bauman, A., Holsinger, K., & Wright, E. (2007).  Classifying Women Offenders: Achieving Accurate Pictures of Risk and Identifying Gender-Responsive Needs. ICCA 2007 Plenary Address, October, 2007, San Diego, CA.

Van Voorhis, P., Salisbury, E., Wright, E., & Bauman, A. (2007). New Classification Instrument for Female Offenders. Corrections Today; 69, 4: 96-97.