Session 106: RE3 -> Race and Ethnicity in Law Enforcement, Prison and the Community
Time: 1:10PM to 2:40 PM on Wednesday, November 17
Place: Library
Session Chair: Racquel Robinson, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Minorities' Perceptions of Police Officers
by: Racquel Robinson, John Jay College of Criminal Justice (Corresponding)
Mangai Natarajan, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Comparative Analysis of Race, Ethnicity and Crime in the United States and United Kingdom
by: Mark Blumberg, Central Missouri State University (Corresponding)
Recidivism, Risk, and Resiliency Among North American Indian Probationers, Parolees and Former Prisoners: An Examination of the Lumbee First Nation
by: Mark Jones, East Carolina University (Corresponding)
G. Brent Angell, East Carolina University
White, Black and Hispanic Homicide Rates: Why the Difference?
by: Julie A. Phillips, Rutgers University (Corresponding)
Tensions in the Barrio: Race, Class, Gender and Policing
by: Edwardo L. Portillos, Arizona State University (Corresponding)

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