Session 248: OP3 -> Working With People: A Comparative Analysis of Police Capacity
Time: 4:20PM to 5:50 PM on Thursday, November 8
Place: Picard
Session Chair: Patrick H. Lang, U. S. Department of Justice
Police Capacity to Work With People: A Practitioner's Point of View
by: Patrick H. Lang, U. S. Department of Justice (Corresponding)
Police Capacity to Work With People: Perspectives From Germany, Switzerland, Japan, and United Kingdom
by: Amanda L. Robinson, Michigan State University (Corresponding)
Police Capacity to Work With People: Perspectives From France, Austria and U.S.A.
by: William Wakefield, University of Nebraska at Omaha (Corresponding)
Working With People: A Theoretical Area
by: Jean Paul Brodeur, Universite de Montreal (Corresponding)
Discussants:
Dilip Das, State University of New York

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