Session 526: RM19 -> Using Unique Analytical Techniques to Look at UCR Data
Time: 4:20PM to 5:50 PM on Friday, November 17
Place: W-Olympic
Session Chair: Cynthia Barnett, Federal Bureau of Investigation
The Dimensionality of Crime: A Dynamic Factor Analysis
by: James A. Woods, Federal Bureau of Investigation (Corresponding)
James H. Noonan, Federal Bureau of Investigation
Samuel Berhanu, Federal Bureau of Investigation
How Well Does NIBRS Data Reflect the National Crime Experience?
by: Cynthia Barnett, Federal Bureau of Investigation (Corresponding)
Christopher S. Dunn, University of Michigan
James P. Lynch, The American University - Washington
Lifetime Chance for Murder Victimization
by: Yoshio Akiyama, Federal Bureau of Investigation
James H. Noonan, Federal Bureau of Investigation (Corresponding)
The National Hate Crime Data Collection Program: Developing a Method for Measuring and Predicting the Occurrence of Bias Crime
by: James J. Nolan III, West Virginia University (Corresponding)
Yoshio Akiyama, Federal Bureau of Investigation
Samuel Berhanu, Federal Bureau of Investigation

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