Session 87: PP15 -> Computer Crime Analysis and DNA Data Banks
Time: 11:00AM to 12:30 PM on Wednesday, November 13
Place: PDR 4
Session Chair: James A. Gilmer, NYS Div. of Criminal Justice Services
Versatility in Criminal Offending and Its Effects on Coverage of the Convicted Offender Index: A Comparison of Models for Expanding a DNA Data Bank
by: Bruce Frederick, NYS Div. of Criminal Justice Services (Corresponding)
James A. Gilmer, NYS Div. of Criminal Justice Services
David J. Van Alstyne, NYS Div. of Criminal Justice Services
Tracking DNA Offender Hits on the New York State DNA Data Bank: An Analysis of Criminal Justice Case Processing Outcomes
by: James A. Gilmer, NYS Div. of Criminal Justice Services (Corresponding)
David J. Van Alstyne, NYS Div. of Criminal Justice Services
Thomas Mitchell, NYS Div. of Criminal Justice Services
Compstat and Organizational Change: Challenges and Opportunities
by: James J. Willis, University of Massachusetts - Boston (Corresponding)
Stephen D. Mastrofski, George Mason University
David L. Weisburd, Hebrew University/University of Maryland
Rosann Greenspan, University of California - Berkeley
Genetic Information and Crime Investigation: Forensic DNA Profiling and Databasing in Comparative Perspective
by: Robin Williams, University of Durham (Corresponding)
Discussants:
Tim Schellberg, Smith Alling Lane, P.S.

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