Norman Stanley Fletcher and the case of the proprietary algorithmic risk assessment.

Marion Oswald, Jamie Grace

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Abstract

Controversial predictive tools for offender management are increasingly being used in the US to determine sentencing. Marion Oswald (Winchester University) and Jamie Grace (Sheffield Hallam University) examine the use of algorithmic risk assessment tools, the Loomis decision in the US, and call for an open debate in the UK about where the red lines should be.
Original languageEnglish
JournalPolicing Insight
Publication statusPublished - 2 Aug 2016

Keywords

  • algorithmic risk assessment tools

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Oswald, Marion ; Grace, Jamie. / Norman Stanley Fletcher and the case of the proprietary algorithmic risk assessment. In: Policing Insight. 2016.
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Norman Stanley Fletcher and the case of the proprietary algorithmic risk assessment. / Oswald, Marion; Grace, Jamie.

In: Policing Insight, 02.08.2016.

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