Session 20: RS17 -> Racial Profiling #2
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Wednesday, November 13
Place: Montrose 1
Session Chair: Richard Hollinger, University of Florida
Traffic Stop Data Collection: The Impact of Methodology on Research Regarding Race-Based Policing
by: Erica Leah Schmitt, Bureau of Justice Statistics (Corresponding)
Matthew R. Durose, Bureau of Justice Statistics
Racial Profiling in the Retail Store: The State of Affairs Regarding Stops for Shoplifting
by: Richard Hollinger, University of Florida (Corresponding)
Dean Dabney, Georgia State University
Racial Profiling and Police Vehicle Stops: The Cincinnati Data
by: Lisa Growette Bostaph, University of Cincinnati (Corresponding)
John Eck, University of Cincinnati
Lin Liu, University of Cincinnati
Racial Profiling Practices in Law Enforcement: An Intra-Racial Phenomenon?
by: Alejandro del Carmen, University of Texas - Arlington (Corresponding)
Lori Guevara, University of Texas at Arlington
Robert L. Bing III, University of Texas - Arlington
Detis Duhart, Bureau of Justice Statistics

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