Session 388: LA57 -> Citizens' Perceptions of Criminal Justice Agents and Practices
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Saturday, November 10
Place: Savoy
Session Chair: Matthew Petrocelli, California State University, Hayward
An Evaluation of Public Perception Regarding Private Correctional Facilities: Using the Conceptual Orientation of Radical Conflict Criminological Theories
by: Christopher J. McLucas, Chesapeake West Appraisal & (Corresponding)
Measuring Citizen Satisfaction With Police Services: A Multivariate Analysis
by: Matthew Petrocelli, California State University, Hayward (Corresponding)
Michael R. Smith, Virginia Commonwealth University
Using Attribution Theory to Explain the Bases of Public Support Toward the Death Penalty for Juveniles, the Mentally Ill, and the Mentally Retarded
by: Denise Paquette Boots, University of South Florida (Corresponding)
John K. Cochran, University of South Florida
Kathleen M. Heide, University of South Florida
Minority Trust and Confidence in the Police: Experience From the City of Petersburg
by: Mokerrom Hossain, Virginia State University (Corresponding)
Offender Characteristics, Attitudes Toward the Justice System, Victimization, and Criminal Justice Experience: An Assessment of Attitudes Toward Sentence Length
by: Kristen Scully, Florida State University (Corresponding)
Todd R. Clear, John Jay College of Criminal Justice

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