O’Connor, Tom P. (2012). $27 Dollar Solutions for Lifting People Out of Crime. American Jail Magazine, July-August, 8-16.

 

Boghossian, P., Glavin, M., O ‘Connor, T., Boyer, J., & Conway, D. (2012). Prison, Community Partnerships, and Academia: Sustainable Programs and Community Needs. Federal Probation, 76(1), 30-34.l

 

O’Connor, Tom P.; Duncan, Jeff B. 2011. “The Sociology of Humanist, Spiritual, and Religious Practice in Prison: Supporting Responsivity and Desistance from Crime.” Religions 2, no. 4: 590-610.

 

O’Connor, T & Bogue, B., Collaborating with the Community, Trained Volunteers and Faith Traditions; Building Social Capacity and Making Meaning to Support Desistence, October, 2010 in McNeill, Fergus., Rayner, Peter. & Trotter, Chris. (Eds.) Offender Supervision: New Directions in Theory, Research and Practice. Willan Publishing Ltd..

 

Bogue, B., Diebel, J. & O’Connor, T. (2008) Combining Officer Supervision; Skills A New Model for Increasing Success in Community Corrections. Perspectives: the Journal of the American Probation and Parole Association, 32, 31-45.

 

O’Connor, T. P. (2003). A Sociological and Hermeneutical Study of the Influence of Religion on the Rehabilitation of Inmates. Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Catholic University of America, Washington, DC.

 

O’Connor, T. P., Cayton, T., Taylor, S., McKenna, R., & Monroe, N. (2004, October). Home For Good in Oregon; A Community, Faith, and State Re-entry Partnership to Increase Restorative Justice. Corrections Today, 72-77.

 

O’Connor, T. Duncan, Jeff; Quillard, Frank. (2006). Criminology and Religion; The Shape of An Authentic Dialogue. Criminology & Public Policy, 5(3), 559-570.

 

O ‘Connor, T. P. (2005). What Works, Religion as a Correctional Intervention; Part II. Journal of Community Corrections, 14(1), 4-6, 20-26.

 

O ‘Connor, T. P. (2004). What Works, Religion as a Correctional Intervention; Part I. Journal of Community Corrections, 14(1), 11-22, 27.

 

Hoge, D. R., & O’Connor, T. P. (2004). Denominational Identity From Age Sixteen to Age Thirty-Eight. Sociology of Religion, 65(1), 77-85.

 

O’Connor, T. P., Hoge, D., & Alexander, E. (2002). The Relative Influence of Youth and Adult Experiences on Personal Spirituality and Church Involvement. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 41(4), 723-732.

 

O’Connor, T. P., & Pallone, N. (Eds.). (2002). Religion, the Community, and the Rehabilitation of Criminal Offenders. Binghampton, NY: Haworth Press.

 

O’Connor, T. P., & Perreyclear, M. (2002). Prison Religion in Action and its Influence on Offender Rehabilitation. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, Volume 35(3/4), 11-33.

 

O’Connor, T. P., Ryan, P., & Parikh, C. (1998). A Model Program for Churches and Ex-offender Reintegration. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 28(1/2), 107-126.

 

O’Connor, T. P., Erickson, V., Ryan, P., & Parikh, C. (1997). Theology and Community Corrections in a Prison Setting. Community Corrections Report On Law and Corrections Practice, 4(5), 67-68,75.

 

Young, M., Gartner, J., O’Connor, T., Larson, D., & Wright, K. (1995). The Impact of a Volunteer Prison Ministry Program on the Long-term Recidivism of Federal Inmates. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 22(1/2), 97-118