Session 133: RS98 -> Police Culture: Origins and Effects
Time: 3:30PM to 5:00 PM on Wednesday, November 13
Place: Dearborn 1
Session Chair: Eugene A. Paoline III, University of Central Florida
Police Culture: A Product of Policing or Society?
by: Arvind Verma, Indiana University (Corresponding)
Ernest Nickles, Indiana University
Daniel Richard King, Indiana University, Bloomington
Curt Griffiths, Simon Fraser University
Christopher Murphy, Dalhousie University
An Empirical Examination of Attitudinal Fragmentation in Poklice Culture
by: Eugene A. Paoline III, University of Central Florida (Corresponding)
Neighborhood Culture, Crime and the Police: Understanding the Importance of Neighborhood Culture on Pllicing
by: Mark E. Correia, University of Nevada - Reno (Corresponding)
Looking Outside the Box in Research on Police Encounters With Citizens: A Re-Examination of the Power of Observational Research
by: Jennie J. Long, Drury College (Corresponding)
William De-Leon Granados

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