Session 377: PO12 -> Policing and the Community
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Saturday, November 10
Place: Rhine
Session Chair: Cecil Greek, Florida State University
Community Policing in Florida: Factors Lead to Permanent Change
by: Cecil Greek, Florida State University (Corresponding)
Kyubum Choi, Florida State University
Beyond Political Culture: Community-Level Explanations of Police
by: Theresa Ervin Conover, University of Cincinnati (Corresponding)
John Liederbach, University of Cincinnati
James Frank, University of Cincinnati
Mitchell B. Chamlin, University of Cincinnati
Neighborhoods and the Police: An Ecological Theory of Formal Social Control
by: Karen L. Hayslett-McCall, Pennsylvania State University (Corresponding)
Fear of Crime, Criminal Victimization, and Community Policing: An Assessment of Citizen Perceptions
by: Miriam A. DeLone, University of Nebraska - Omaha (Corresponding)
Gregory J. DeLone, University of Nebraska at Omaha
Citizen and Police Perceptions oof Neighborhood Problems
by: Melissa Winesburg-Ankrom, University of Cincinnati (Corresponding)
Julie Kiernan, University of Cincinnati
James Frank, University of Cincinnati

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