Session 255: PL15 -> Explaining Police Use of Force
Time: 2:40PM to 4:10 PM on Thursday, November 20
Place: Governors Square 9
Session Chair: John D. McCluskey, Michigan State University
A Selective View of Use of Force in America? An Insight Into Two Police Sub-Cultures
by: Michael Walker, John Jay College of Criminal Justice (Corresponding)
Maria (Maki) Haberfeld, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Complaint-Prone Officers and Their Use of Coercion in Encounters With the Public
by: John D. McCluskey, Michigan State University (Corresponding)
William Terrill, Northeastern University
Race, Demeanor, Resistance and Police Coercion: Disentangling the Relationships
by: Robin Shepard Engel, University of Cincinnati (Corresponding)
Kenneth J. Novak, University of Missouri - Kansas City
Symbolic Transaction Theory Explaining Police Use of Non-Lethal Force: A New Look From an Old Perspective
by: William Pizio, University at Albany (Corresponding)

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