Session 295: PL18 -> Policy Responses to International Pressures (Sponsored by the Division of International Criminology)
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Friday, November 21
Place: Plaza 5
Session Chair: Adam L. Silverman, University of Florida
Criminalization of Terrorism or the Politicization of Fear? U.S. Responses to Terrorism From the Palmer Raids to September 11, 2001
by: Adam L. Silverman, University of Florida (Corresponding)
Jacob R. Straus, University of Florida
The Role of State and Local Law Enforcement in Addressing International Terrorism and Other Transnational Crimes
by: Michael Shively, Abt Associates (Corresponding)
Sarah Kuck, Abt Associates Inc.
Dana Hunt, Abt Associates Inc.
Marvene O'Rourke, National Institute of Justice
Andrew Drillock, Abt Associates Inc.
Jazmin Kellis, Abt Associates Inc.
Migrant Death and the INS' Border Safety Initiative: An Impact Evaluation
by: Rob T. Guerette, Rutgers University (Corresponding)
Training and Technical Assistance to Law Enforcement Across Borders: Obstacles to Effective Delivery and Technical Assistance
by: Maria (Maki) Haberfeld, John Jay College of Criminal Justice (Corresponding)
Heath B. Grant, John Jay College of Criminal Justice

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