Read through the list of articles, book chapters, reports, practice guides, and infographics that Dr. Irvine and other staff members have written for clients or in collaboration with partners. Most of the publications are available to be downloaded: click on anything that looks interesting.
Articles and Book Chapters
Irvine-Baker, Angela, Jones, Nikki, and Canfield, Aisha. 2019. "Taking the 'Girl' out of Gender-Specific Programming in the Juvenile Justice System." American Review of Criminology, Volume 2, 2019. 321-336.
Irvine, Angela, Aisha Canfield, and Jessica Roa. 2017. “Developing Gender-Responsive Mental Health Programming For Lesbian, Bisexual, Questioning, Gender Nonconforming, and Transgender (LBQ/GNCT) Girls in the Juvenile Justice System with an Intersectional Lens.” Datchi, Corinne and Julie Ancis, Gender, Psychology, and Justice: The Mental Health of Women and Girls in the Legal System. New York: New York University Press.
Smoot, Naomi, and Angela Irvine. 2016. “Juvenile Justice: Increased Criminalization of Homelessness and It’s Impact on LGBTQ Youth in the Juvenile Justice System.” In At the Intersections: A Collaborative Resource on LGBTQ Youth Homelessness. Online resource published by the National LGBTQ Task Force and the True Colors Fund.
Yusuf, Aishatu, Angela Irvine, and James Bell. 2016. “Reducing Racial Disparities in School Discipline: Structured Decision-making in the Classroom.” In R. J. Skiba, K. Mediratta, & M.K. Rausch (Eds.), Inequality in school discipline: Research and practice to reduce disparities. New York: Palgrave MacMillan.
Irvine, Angela, and Aisha Canfield. 2016. “The Overrepresentation of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Questioning, Gender Nonconforming, and Transgender Youth Within the Child Welfare to Juvenile Justice Crossover Population.” Journal on Gender, Social Policy, and the Law, 24(2): 243-261.
Butts, Jeffrey, Kathleen Tomberg, Jennifer Peirce, Douglas N. Evans and Angela Irvine 2016.. Reclaiming Futures and Organizing Justice for Drug-Using Youth. New York, NY: Research & Evaluation Center, John Jay College of Criminal Justice.
Irvine, Angela. 2014. Introduction to “Criminalization of Youth” in Catherine Hanssens, Aisha C. Moodie-Mills, Andrea J. Ritchie, Dean Spade, and Urvashi Vaid. A Roadmap for Change: Federal Policy Recommendations for Addressing the Criminalization of LGBT People and People Living with HIV. New York: Center for Gender and Sexuality Law at Columbia Law School: 36-37.
Irvine, Angela. 2010. “’We’ve Had Three of Them’: Addressing the Invisibility of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Gender Non-conforming Youths in the Juvenile Justice System.” Columbia Journal of Gender and Law 19 (3).
Garnette, Laura, Angela Irvine, Carolyn Reyes, and Shannan Wilber. 2010. “Improving the Health and Well Being of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Youth in the Juvenile Justice System.” n Promoting Health and Well Being in the Juvenile Justice System. Francine Sherman and Francine Jacobs, eds., John Wiley & Sons: Hoboken, NJ.
Reports and Practice Guides
Irvine, Angela, Mitzia Martinez, Crystal Farmer, and Aisha Canfield. 2019. “How Operation Streamline Courts Fail to Provide Due Process Protections for Immigrant Defendants: Executive Summary.” Ceres Policy Research. Oakland: CA.
Irvine, Angela, Mitzia Martinez, Crystal Farmer, and Aisha Canfield. 2019. “How Operation Streamline Courts Fail to Provide Due Process Protections for Immigrant Defendants.” Ceres Policy Research. Oakland: CA.
The Countywide Criminal Justice Coordination Committee Youth Diversion Subcommittee & The Los Angeles County Chief Executive Office. 2017. "A Roadmap for Advancing Youth Diversion in Los Angeles County." Report to the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors. November.
Irvine, Angela, Dario Maciel, and Jennifer Herrera. 2017 “’To be the deciding factor in what comes out of you’: An evaluation of the Stargate Theater as an Enrichment Program for Youth in the Justice System.” Impact Justice, Oakland, CA. May.
Irvine, Angela, Shannan Wilber, and Aisha Canfield. 2017. Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Questioning, and Gender Nonconforming Girls and Boys in the California Juvenile Justice System: A Practice Guide. Published by Impact Justice and the National Center for Lesbian Rights, Oakland, CA. January.
Irvine, Angela, and Aishatu Yusuf. 2016 “New Information About the School-to-Prison Pipeline: Up to Nine in Ten Juvenile Justice-Involved Youth Have Been Disciplined in School.” Impact Justice, Oakland, CA. August.
Glesmann, Caroline, and Angela Irvine. 2014. "Stanlislaus County girls Juvenile Justice Initiative: Executive Summary of Evaluation Report." The National Council on Crime and Delinquency, Oakland, CA.
Sherman, Francine, Richard Mendel, and Angela Irvine. 2013. Making Detention Reform Work for Girls: A Guide to Juvenile Justice Reform. Practice guide published by the Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative, Annie E. Casey Foundation, Baltimore, MD.
Barnes, Marilyn, Angela Irvine, and Natalie Ortega. 2012. “Santa Clara County Adult Reentry Strategic Plan. Ready to Change: Promoting Safety and Health for the Whole Community.” Report submitted to the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors, Santa Clara, CA.
Irvine, Angela, and Jessica Roa. 2010. “Title II Evaluation: Gender Specific Programs in Sonoma and Santa Cruz Counties 2007–2010.” Report submitted to the California Standards Authority, Sacramento, CA.
Irvine, Angela and José Rojas. 2007. “Youth Hype Drug and Alcohol Use Survey: Summary of Findings Related to LGBQ, Latino, and Foster Youth in Santa Cruz County.” Report submitted to the Youth Involvement Working Group of the Reclaiming Futures Initiative, April.
Irvine, Angela, Christine Kalinowski, José Hurtado, and Hector Rodriguez. 2007. “Santa Cruz County Parolee Reentry Steering Committee: Findings and Recommendations.” Report submitted to the Intergovernmental Partnership Grant Program, California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, December.
Irvine, Angela, and Lyssa Trujillo. 2007. "Youth Education Scholarship (YES): Supporting Emancipated Foster Youth Attending Post-Secondary Schools." Report submitted to the Silicon Valley Community Foundation and the Lumina Foundation. October 6.
Irvine, Angela, and Jessica Roa. 2005. “Barrios Unidos: Findings from a Health Services Needs Assessment of Low-Income Latinos Living in Mid- and North-Santa Cruz County.” Report submitted to the California Endowment, October.
Irvine, Angela. 2005. “Evaluation of Abriendo Caminos a la Comunidad: Community Service Grant Program for Suspended and Expelled Students.” Final report submitted to the Educational Options Office, California Department of Education, December.
Taket, Ann, Antonia Beringer, Angela Irvine, and Shoshanna Garfield. 2004. Tackling domestic violence: exploring the health service contribution. Home Office Development and Practice Report No. 52. London: Home Office.
Ceres Policy Research, Federal Defenders of San Diego, NYU Immigrant Rights Clinic, Immigrant Justice Network. 2019. Combatting Crimmigration: An Update on National Efforts to End the Criminalization of Immigration. [Webinar]. Oakland, CA. September 5.
Infographics And Fact Sheets
Irvine, Angela. 2018. What We Know about Gender Identity and Expression and Youth in California Secure Facilities with Charges Linked to Prostitution. Fact Sheet 01. November 6. Ceres Policy Research, Oakland, CA.
Irvine, Angela. 2018. What We Know about Gender Identity and Expression and Youth in California Secure Facilities with Charges Linked to Hurting Someone. Fact Sheet 02. November 6. Ceres Policy Research, Oakland, CA.
Irvine, Angela. 2018. What We Know about Gender Identity and Expression and Youth in California Secure Facilities with Charges Linked to a Weapons. Fact Sheet 03. November 6. Ceres Policy Research, Oakland, CA.