Session 97: PO6 -> Policing Human Rights
Time: 1:00PM to 2:30 PM on Wednesday, November 15
Place: W-Olympic
Session Chair: Robert McCormack, College of New Jersey
Policing Human Rights: The Quintessential Paradox
by: Robert McCormack, College of New Jersey (Corresponding)
Community Policing in Democratic Societies: Towards a Human Rights Perspective
by: Michael Wiatrowski, Utica College of Syracuse University (Corresponding)
NAFTA and Police Aggression: US/Mexico Versus US/Canadian Comparison
by: Madaleno Manzanarez, Western New Mexico University (Corresponding)
Laurence Armand French, Western New Mexico University
Inherent Conflicts Between Police and Human Rights: An International Survey
by: Dilip Das, State University of New York (Corresponding)
Discussants:
Robert McCormack, College of New Jersey

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