Session 370: PL24 -> Racial Profiling and Police Traffic Stops
Time: 2:40PM to 4:10 PM on Friday, November 21
Place: Plaza Ballroom D
Session Chair: Jeff Rojek, St. Louis University
Legal and Extra-Legal Variables Influencing Police Discretion During Traffic Stops
by: Robert Griffin, Washington State University Vancouver (Corresponding)
Clayton Mosher, Washington State University, Vancouver
Mitch Pickerill, Washington State University Vancouver
Chad Smith, Washington State University Vancouver
Nicholas P. Lovrich, Washington State University
Michael J. Gaffney, Washington State University
Assessing Police Officers Decision to Search a Vehicle: Analysis of Data From the Rhode Island Traffic Stops Statistics Act
by: Shea W. Cronin, Northeastern University (Corresponding)
Amy Farrell, Northeastern University
Jack McDevitt, Northeastern University
Exploring the Relation Between Driver and Officer Characteristics in Traffic Stops
by: Jeff Rojek, St. Louis University (Corresponding)
Scott H. Decker, University of Missouri - St. Louis
Pushing Traffic Stops for Driving While Black Back: Drive Race and Gender and Traffic Stops in 'Midwest City,' 1970-1971
by: Brian R. Kowalski, The Ohio State University (Corresponding)
Richard J. Lundman, The Ohio State University

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