Session 383: PO34 -> Contemporary Issues in Police Partnerships, Practices, and Effectiveness
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Friday, November 17
Place: W-Sussex
Session Chair: James R. Coldren, Jr., University of Illinois at Chicago
A Trend Analysis of the Effectiveness of Community Policing: Results From a Midwestern City
by: David C. May, Indiana-Purdue University - Fort Wayne (Corresponding)
T. Neil Moore, Indiana-Purdue University - Fort Wayne
Bringing the Crime Victim Into Community Policing: Findings From a National Survey of Police Departments and Victim Service Organizations
by: Justin T. Ready, Police Foundation (Corresponding)
Graham Farrell, Police Foundation
David L. Weisburd, Hebrew University and Police Foundation
Susan Herman, National Center for Victims of Crime
Building Civic Partnership Under Community Policing: The Metropolitan Atlanta Crime Commission
by: Robert R. Friedmann, Georgia State University (Corresponding)
Evaluating Gang and Drug House Abatement in Chicago
by: Daniel Higgins, Illinois Criminal Justice Info Authority (Corresponding)
James R. Coldren, Jr., University of Illinois at Chicago
A Theoretical and Legal Analysis of Police Handling of Offenders Covered by the American's With Disabilities Act
by: Terry C. Cox, Eastern Kentucky University (Corresponding)
Brenda Popplewell

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