Session 455: PO43 -> Public Perceptions of Police Behavior
Time: 1:00PM to 2:30 PM on Friday, November 17
Place: H-Tiburon
Session Chair: Michael D. Reisig, Michigan State University
Salience of Encounter-Level Outcome Satisfaction: A Multi-Level Analysis of Satisfaction With Police
by: Roger B. Parks, Indiana University (Corresponding)
Michael D. Reisig, Michigan State University
Chicago Police and Youths: Students' Encounters With Officers and Chicago's Community Policing Strategy
by: Richard Greenleaf, Western Oregon University (Corresponding)
Arthur Lurigio, Loyola University of Chicago
Warren Friedman, Chicago Alliance for Neighborhood Safety
Heather Sibley, Chicago Alliance for Neighborhood Safety
Stephanie Albertson, Loyola University of Chicago
Community Policing as Seen by the Citizenry and Other Comunity Policing Agents: Advantages, Disadvantages, and Public Recommendations
by: Nathan W. Pino, Georgia Southern University (Corresponding)
The Public Perspective on Policing Intimate Partner Violence
by: Tami Berry, University at Albany (Corresponding)
Traffic Enforcement as a Form of Racial Harassment by the Police? Analysis of Inmate Criminal Histories
by: Brittawni L. Olson, University of` Nebraska at Omaha (Corresponding)

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