Crime and Immigration: The Facts

The Myth of Immigrant Criminality


The Most Dangerous U.S. Cities Aren’t Anywhere Near Mexico

Extending Immigration and Crime Studies: National Implications and Local Settings


Undocumented Immigration and Rates of Crime and Imprisonment: Popular Myths and Empirical Realities


The Criminalization of Immigration in the United States

Rethinking crime and immigration


Is Immigration Responsible for the Crime Drop? An Assessment of the Influence of Immigration on Changes in Violent Crime Between 1990 and 2000

Latino Crime and Latinos in the Criminal Justice System: Trends, Policy Implications, and Future Research Initiatives


Higher Incarceration Rates for the Native Born

Immigration Enforcement Cost Higher Than FBI, Policing Drugs, Guns Combined: Report



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