Session 256: PL16 -> Policing the Poor
Time: 2:40PM to 4:10 PM on Thursday, November 20
Place: Plaza 5
Session Chair: Teresa LaGrange, Cleveland State University
Re-Policing the Poor: The Effects of Probation and Parole Status
by: Lori-Beth Way, California State University - Chico (Corresponding)
Neighborhod Characteristics and the Nature of the Police Response to Victims' Reports of Crime
by: Stephen M. Schnebly, University of Missouri - St. Louis (Corresponding)
Continuity and Change in Police Policy: Police Departments' Domestic Violence Policies and Practices
by: Alissa Pollitz Worden, University at Albany (Corresponding)
Sarah J. McLean, University at Albany
Robert E. Worden, University at Albany
Neighborhood Development and Crime: Implications for Situational Policing
by: James J. Nolan III, West Virginia University (Corresponding)
Norman Conti, West Virginia University
Jack McDevitt, Northeastern University

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