Session 197: CJ9 -> Theory and Policy Considerations on Prostitution, Predictive Correlates of Crime, Law Enforcement and the Mentally Ill, and Citizen Involvement in Community Policing
Time: 1:00PM to 2:30 PM on Thursday, November 20
Place: Denver
Session Chair: Luis Garcia, Suffolk University
Predicting Crime: The Reciprocal Effects of Family Structure on Juvenile and Adult Violent Crime
by: Joann Gu, Boston Police Department (Corresponding)
The Life Experiences of Pimp-Versus Non-Pimp Controlled Prostitutes
by: Maureen A. Norton-Hawk, Suffolk University (Corresponding)
A Multi-Level Analysis of Citizen Involvement in Community Policing
by: April Pattavina, University of Massachusetts - Lowell (Corresponding)
Luis Garcia, Suffolk University
Heather Madruga, University of Massachusetts - Lowell
The Intersection of Law Enforcement, Mental Health, and Social Policy
by: Melissa Elliott, Suffolk University (Corresponding)

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