Session 502: CR46 -> Innovative Methods in Community Corrections Research and Practice: Utilizing Spatial Analysis and Geographic Information Systems
Time: 4:20PM to 5:50 PM on Friday, November 17
Place: W-Elizabeth D
Session Chair: Debra Stoe, National Institute of Justice
Cause or Consequence? Poverty, Family Structure, and Incarceration in the District of Columbia
by: Donald Braman, Yale University (Corresponding)
Designing and Mapping a Combined Police and Probation Database: A Preliminary Assessment of the Development Process, Applications, and Use
by: Vincent J. Webb, Arizona State University - West (Corresponding)
Marie L. Griffin, Arizona State University West
Robin Haarr, Arizona State University - West
John R. Hepburn, Arizona State University
Corrections Mapping and Community Justice
by: Eric Cadora, Ctr for Alternative Sentencing & Employ. (Corresponding)
Charles Swartz, Ctr for Alternative Sentencing & Employ.
Discussants:
Debra Stoe, National Institute of Justice

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