Bradley Ray

 

Recent Submissions

  • Ray, Bradley; Quinet, Kenna; Dickinson, Timothy; Watson, Dennis P.; Ballew, Alfarena (Springer, 2017-04-01)
    Drug-related overdoses are now the leading injury-related death in the USA, and many of these deaths are associated with illicit opioids and prescription opiate pain medication. This study uses multiple sources of data to ...
  • Ray, Bradley; Grommon, Eric; Rydberg, Jason (Wiley, 2016-08)
    Obtaining employment is one of the most difficult challenges for individuals released from prison. This research explores the strategies recently released male parolees employ in attempting to find work, with specific ...
  • Ray, Bradley; O'Donnell, Daniel; Kahre, Kailyn (Elsevier, 2015-01)
    Background One approach to reduce fatal opioid overdose is by distributing naloxone to law enforcement officers. While several cities have implemented these naloxone programs, little research has investigated officer ...
  • Ray, Bradley; Dollar, Cindy Brooks (Wiley, 2014-09)
    Drawing on Link and colleagues' modified labeling theory, this article examines whether the stigma management strategies defendants anticipate using after mental health court exit are associated with their reported experiences ...
  • Luskin, Mary Lee; Ray, Bradley (Sage, 2015-11)
    How defendants are selected into mental health courts (MHC) is central to issues of fairness, efficacy, and successful program replication. Only recently has empirical research started to examine MHC selection, revealing ...
  • Ray, Bradley; Hood, Brittany J.; Canada, Kelli E. (Wiley, 2015)
    Mental health court (MHC) research consistently finds that defendants who successfully complete and graduate from the court are less likely to recidivate than those who do not. However, research has not assessed what happens ...
  • Ray, Bradley; Dollar, Cindy Brooks (Wiley, 2013-09)
    Sociologists have long-raised concern about disparate treatment in the justice system. Focal concerns have become the dominant perspective in explaining these disparities in legal processing decisions. Despite the growth ...
  • Ray, Bradley; Grommon, Eric; Buchanan, Victoria; Brown, Brittany; Watson, Dennis P. (Sage, 2015)
    Access to Recovery (ATR) is a SAMHSA-funded initiative that offers a mix of clinical and supportive services for substance abuse. ATR clients choose which services will help to overcome barriers in their road to recovery, ...
  • Grommon, Eric; Hipple, Natalie Kroovand; Ray, Bradley (Sage, 2015-02)
    Seeking to alleviate traditional criminal justice system processing for low-level non-violent crimes, community courts have emerged as a viable alternative. These courts use innovative community-based efforts to address ...