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Rebecca CampbellProfessor, College of Social Science
Criminal justice social policy, psychology of women and sexual assault resource analysis for medical forensic exams
sexual assault research, violence against women
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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