Prescott, J.J., Starr, Sonja B.
Redemption & Certificates of Rehabilitation - 2. Research
The Predictive Value of Criminal Background Checks: Do Age and Criminal History Affect Time to Redemption?
Bushway, Shawn D., Nieuwbeerta, Paul, Blokland, Arjan
The Effectiveness of Certificates of Relief as Collateral Consequence Relief Mechanisms: An Experimental Study (2016)
Peter Leasure & Tia Stevens Andersen
The Price We Pay: Economic Costs of Barriers to Employment for Former Prisoners and People Convicted of Felonies (2016)
Bucknor, Cherries and Alan Barber. Center for Economic and Policy Research.
National Institute of Corrections Information Center.
This document provides an overview of redemption research in the criminal justice system and includes an annotated bibliography of pertinent literature.
Lundquist, Jennifer, Pager, Devah and Eiko Strader.
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have developed a method for computing the point in time when a person with a criminal record presents no greater risk of committing another crime than people in the general population.
Blusmstein, Alfred and Kiminori Nakamura.
Kurlychek, Mega C., Robert Brame and Shawn D. Bushway.
Extension of Current Estimates of Redemption Times: Robustness Testing, Out–of-State Arrests, and Racial Differences
This report provides the empirical estimates of what we call “redemption time," making the findings applicable to relevant policy.