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— William Shakespeare
The Moore Center aims to serve as a source of objective, evidence-based information for policy and press activities.
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Drs. Elizabeth Letourneau and Ryan Shields are available for interviews by appointment. To schedule an interview, please contact Communication Associate Stephanie Neal at email@example.com.
Moore Center Headlines
- New York Times (Sunday Review): Punishment that Doesn't Fit the Crime
- The Hill: Marking Kids for Life on Sex Offender Registries
- Pacific Standard: What's the Real Rate of Sex Crime Recidivism?
- Slate: What's Wrong with the Brock Turner Sentence?
- WYPR's Midday with Sheilah Kast: Reforming the Sex Offender Registry
- Maryland Reporter: State Roundup, May 12, 2016
- The New Yorker: The List
- Pacific Standard: Are We Properly Dealing with Young Sex Offenders?
- Delaware Lawyer: A Lifetime Label: Juvenile Sex Offender Registration
- Rising to Challenge: The Campaign for Johns Hopkins: To Serve and Prevent
- Psychology Today: Sympathy for the Deviant
- Stateline: States Slowly Scale Back Juvenile Sex Offender Registries
- Reuters: Tide Turns Against U.S. Residency Restrictions on Sex Offenders
- Philly Voice: Tide Turns Against U.S. Residency Restrictions on Sex Offenders
- San Angelo Standard Times: States Rethink Sex Crime Files
- Fox 45 Baltimore: Ryan T. Shields is interviewed regarding a juvenile charged with assault
- Baltimore Sun: Study of Baltimore County: Fewer Sex Offenses Reported in Neighborhoods with More Registered Sex Offenders
- Upworthy: A Protective Treatment Program for Pedophiles in Germany is Raising Some Eyebrows
- Island Packet: Ex-Beaufort County Teacher Who Molested 9 Boys Could Soon be Free
- Baltimore Business Journal: People on the Move - Stephen Moore, MD, MPH Appointed to Chair JHSPH Health Advisory Board
- Washington Post: The Jared Fogel Case: Why We Understand So Little About Child Sexual Abuse
- Bend Bulletin: The Jared Fogel Case: Why We Understand So Little About Child Sexual Abuse
- Press Release: Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Welcomes New Health Advisory Board Chair
- Newsweek: The Hunt for Child Sex Abusers is Happening in the Wrong Places
- NPR's On Point with Tom Ashbrook: Secrets and Realities of US Child Abuse
- Freakonomics Radio: Making Sex Offenders Pay—and Pay and Pay and Pay
- Observador (Portuguese newspaper): They Distributed Papers to Warn You That I Was a Pedophile
- 10 Firsts in 10 Decades: Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
- Bloomberg Businessweek: Pennsylvania's Juvenile Sex Offender Registry Is Unconstitutional, State Supreme Court Rules
- Vox.com: This Woman is Trying to Stop Sex Offenders by Helping Them
- Chicago Bureau: Studies, Experts Question Effect of Placing Children on Sex Offender Registries
- Gainesville Daily Register: What to Really Be Afraid of this Halloween
- Reason.com: Three Ways Parents are Ruining Halloween
- Washington Post: John Grisham Says Sentencing for Child Porn Offenders is Too Harsh. They aren’t ‘real pedophiles.’
- TIME Op Ed: We Need to Make it Easier for Pedophiles to Seek Help
- The Daily Dot: It's Time to Reconsider How We Treat Pedophiles
- ABC News: States Fighting Sex Trafficking with Decriminalization of Prostitution for Minors featuring Dr. Ryan Shields
- Matter Magazine: You’re 16. You’re a Pedophile. You Don’t Want to Hurt Anyone. What Do You Do Now? by Luke Malone
- Child Sex Trafficking in the United States: Identifying Gaps and Research Priorities from a Public Health Perspective
- Jezebel: How Do Doctors Help a Self-identified Pedophile?
- Politico Panel on Domestic Sex Trafficking with Dr. Elizabeth Letourneau, Cindy McCain and Malika Saada Saar
- Slate: XX Factor, Jennifer Bleyer: Why Aren't We Doing More To Stop Child Pornography Before It Starts?
- All Sides with Ann Fisher: Discussion of Sexual Violence in our Culture
- Slate, Jennifer Bleyer: How Can We Stop Pedophiles? Stop Treating Them Like Monsters
- Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Establishes Center to Prevent Child Sexual Abuse