Session 239: PO21 -> Technology: GIS, COMSTAT, and the Police
Time: 9:40AM to 11:10 AM on Thursday, November 16
Place: W-Olympic
Session Chair: Susan Bennett, Northeastern University
Geographic Information Systems: An Effective Technological Intervention for Proactive Policing
by: Tae-Jin Chung, Sam Houston State University (Corresponding)
The Adoption of Innovation in Police Agencies: A Case Study
by: Julie Kiernan, University of Cincinnati (Corresponding)
Lawrence F. Travis III, University of Cincinnati
Ethical Implications of Crime Mapping
by: Susan Bennett, Northeastern University (Corresponding)
Michael E. Buerger, Northeastern University
Jack McDevitt, Northeastern University
Organizational Reform in Large Police Departments: The Columbus, Ohio Division of Police Re-engineering Process
by: Kent H. Shafer, Columbus Division of Police (Corresponding)
Compstat and Crime: Giving Credit Where Credit is Due
by: Michael L. Wagers, Rutgers University (Corresponding)

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