Session 135: RC2 -> Strategic Approaches to Community Safety Initiative: Theories and Applications
Time: 2:40PM to 4:10 PM on Wednesday, November 15
Place: W-California W
Session Chair: Lois Felson Mock, National Institute of Justice
Problem Solving Responses to Firearms Violence: Indianapolis Violence Reduction Partnership
by: Steven Chermak, Indiana University (Corresponding)
Edmund F. McGarrell, Indiana University
Laura Vassallo Fuggiti, Indiana University
Strategies to Reduce Rape and Sexual Assault in Memphis, Tennessee
by: Richard Janikowski, The University of Memphis (Corresponding)
Phyllis Betts, The University of Memphis
Kris Henning, University of Memphis
Hannah Scott, The University of Memphis
Lisa M. Kleges, University of Tennessee - Memphis
Reducing Gun Crimes in New Haven
by: Eliot C. Hartstone, Spectrum Associates Market Research (Corresponding)
The Portland STACS Initiative on Youth Gun Violence
by: Stefan J. Kapsch, Reed College (Corresponding)
William Feyerherm, Portland State University
Kathryn Oleson, Reed College
Lyman Louis, Reed College
Robert J. Kane, American University
Theory Driven Problem Solving in the Strategic Approaches to Community Safety Initiative
by: David R. Forde, University of Memphis (Corresponding)
Dennis P. Rosenbaum, University at Albany
James R. Coldren, Jr., University of Illinois at Chicago
Janice Roehl, Justice Research Center
Sandra Kaminska Costello, University of Illinois at Chicago

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