Session 458: RM15 -> Issues in the Measurement of Crime and Justice
Time: 1:00PM to 2:30 PM on Friday, November 17
Place: W-Olympic
Session Chair: Colin Loftin, University at Albany
Examining the Use of Bounded Interviews in the National Crime Victimization Survey
by: Lynn A. Addington, University at Albany (Corresponding)
Problems Associated With the Analysis of Homicide in Small Populations
by: Colin Loftin, University at Albany (Corresponding)
David McDowall, University at Albany
Illuminating the "Invisible Victims": Developing the Capability to Measure Crime Against People With Disabilities
by: Michael R. Rand, Bureau of Justice Statistics (Corresponding)
Putting Crime Into Context: Using Social and Crime Indicators in Developing Public Policy
by: Barbara Peat, Indiana University - South Bend (Corresponding)
Measuring Line-of-Duty Homicides by Law Enforcement Officers in the United States, 1976-1996
by: Adam Dobrin, Florida Atlantic University (Corresponding)
Brian Wiersema, University of Maryland at College Park

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