Session 204: PO19 -> Policing Special Populations
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Thursday, November 16
Place: H-Tiburon
Session Chair: Robin Shepard Engel, Pennsylvania State University
Different Models of Policing Paedophiles in the Community: A British Experience
by: Allyson MacVean, Home Office, London (Corresponding)
Policing Mentally Disordered Suspects: Revisiting the Criminalization Hypothesis
by: Robin Shepard Engel, Pennsylvania State University (Corresponding)
Eric Silver, Pennsylvania State University
Criminalizing Homelessness: Changing Police Practices Towards the Homeless in New York and San Francisco
by: Alex S. Vitale, Brooklyn College (Corresponding)
Toward Public Health Policing? Enforcement of Laws Regulating Youth Access to Alcohol and Tobacco
by: Mark Wolfson, Wake Forest Univ. School of Medicine (Corresponding)
Anita Hege, Wake Forest Univ. School of Medicine
Distinguishing Between the Criminal and the 'Crazy': Decisions to Arrest in Police Encounters With the Mentally Disordered
by: Teresa LaGrange, Cleveland State University (Corresponding)

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