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Campbell, R., Feeney, H., Fehler-Cabral, G., Shaw, J., & Horsford, S. (in press). The national problem of untested sexual assault kits (SAKs): Why aren’t police submitting rape kits for DNA analysis? Trauma, Violence, & Abuse.
Campbell, R., Feeney, H., Pierce, S. J., Sharma, D.B., & Fehler-Cabral, G. (in press). Tested at last: How DNA evidence in untested rape kits can identify offenders and serial sexual assaults. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.
Campbell, R., Pierce, S. J., Sharma, D.B., Feeney, H., & Fehler-Cabral, G. (in press). Should rape kit testing be prioritized by victim-offender relationship? An empirical comparison of forensic testing outcomes for stranger and non-stranger sexual assaults. Criminology & Public Policy.
Campbell, R., Pierce, S. J., Sharma, D.B., Feeney, H., & Fehler-Cabral, G. (in press). Too late to test? Comparing sexual assault kit (SAK) forensic testing outcomes by statute of limitations status. Criminal Justice Policy Review.
Campbell, R., Townsend, S.M., Shaw, J.L., Karim, N., & Markowitz, J. (2015). Can a workbook work? Developing a practitioner evaluation toolkit to promote instrumental use in a multi-site project. Evaluation & Program Planning, 52, 107-117.
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