Session 345: PL22 -> Woodstock, Spring Break, British "Travelers," and the Olympics: Policing Temporary Communities
Time: 1:00PM to 2:30 PM on Friday, November 21
Place: Plaza 5
Session Chair: Lori-Beth Way, California State University - Chico
Moving on the Travelers and Tolerating the Water Bombers: Varying Approaches to Policing Temporary Populations
by: Adrian Barton, University of Plymouth (Corresponding)
Zoe James, University of Plymouth
Police Operations in Temporary Communities: The Super Bowl, Woodstock and Other Special Events
by: Daniel W. Flynn, Savannah Police Department (Corresponding)
Geoffrey Alpert, University of South Carolina
Spring Break, Beer Riots and Halloween: Policing Temporary Populations of College Kids
by: Matthew Thomas, California State University - Chico (Corresponding)
Rick Ruddell, California State University, Chico
Lori-Beth Way, California State University - Chico
Routine Crime in Exceptional Times: The Impact of the Olympic Games on Calls for Service and Crime Reports
by: Scott H. Decker, University of Missouri - St. Louis (Corresponding)
Jack R. Greene, Northeastern University
Sean P. Varano, Northeastern University
Jeff Rojek, St. Louis University

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