Session 279: PO1 -> Poster Sessions
Time: 4:30PM to 6:30 PM on Thursday, November 20
Place: Plaza Ballroom ABC
Examining Desistance by Race: Are There Differences Between Whites and Non-Whites? {Location 1}
by: Valerie Wright, The Ohio State University (Corresponding)
A Comparison of Prospective and Retrospective Reports of Child Abuse {Location 2}
by: Helene Raskin White, Rutgers University (Corresponding)
Ping Hsin-Chen, UMDNJ - New Jersey Medical School
Cathy Spatz Widom, New Jersey Medical School (UMDNJ)
A Comparison of the Criminal Justice Systems of Malaysia and the United States {Location 3}
by: Suria Idris, Southeast Missouri State University (Corresponding)
Carol Veneziano, Southeast Missouri State University
Louis Veneziano, Southeast Missouri State University
A Systematic Review of the Effects of Restorative Justice on Repeat Offending and Victim Satisfaction {Location 4}
by: Heather Strang, Australian National University (Corresponding)
Lawrence W. Sherman, University of Pennsylvania
Adolescent Predictors of Fear and Safety in the Public Schools {Location 5}
by: Travis Satterlund, North Carolina State University (Corresponding)
After-School Activities and Peers as a Socializing Mechanisms in the Development of Antisocial Behavior During Early Adolescence: A Test of a Nonrecursive Model {Location 6}
by: Richard F. Catalano, University of Washington (Corresponding)
Tracy W. Harachi, University of Washington
Biased Information-Processing Styles of Afdolescents at Risk for Developing Problems With Aggression {Location 7}
by: Catharine P. Bradshaw, Cornell University (Corresponding)
Bridging Community Strengths {Location 8}
by: Raphael Travis, Jr., UCLA School of Public Health (Corresponding)
Club Drugs: Users, Causes, and Consequences {Location 9}
by: Danielle Steffey, RTI International (Corresponding)
Christopher P. Krebs, RTI International
Comparing NIBRS and SHR Data on Stranger and Unknown Victim/Offender Relationship {Location 10}
by: Melanie-Angela Neuilly, Rutgers University (Corresponding)
Correlates of Violent Injury in a Population of Arrestees With Substance Abuse Histories {Location 11}
by: E. Julia Chosy, University of Illinois at Chicago (Corresponding)
Crime and Justice Research and Evaluation on American Indian and Alaska Native Issues at the National Institute of Justice (NIJ) {Location 12}
by: Winifred Reed, National Institute of Justice (Corresponding)
Angela Moore Parmley, National Institute of Justice
Debra Stoe, National Institute of Justice
Crime Drop in Chicago {Location 13}
by: Wesley G. Skogan, Northwestern University (Corresponding)
Evaluating the Effectiveness of a Pet-Facilitated Therapy Program for Incarcerated Female Offenders {Location 14}
by: Jane Balvanz, Kate Wickham Elementary School (Corresponding)
Louis Veneziano, Southeast Missouri State University
Exploratory Spatial Analyses of Sexual Assaults of White and Native Victims {Location 15}
by: Andre Rosay, University of Alaska Anchorage (Corresponding)
Robert H. Langworthy, University of Alaska Anchorage
Guns, Drugs, and Violence: A Lethal Combination Among Youth in Michigan {Location 16}
by: Cheryl Elizabeth Reid, Michigan State University (Corresponding)
Timothy S. Bynum, Michigan State University
Beth M. Huebner, University of Missouri - St. Louis
Sean Verano, Northeastern University
Impact on Offending Behaviour {Location 17}
by: Elizabeth Deakin, University of Huddersfield (Corresponding)
Derek Walter, University of Huddersfield
Organizational Management of Offender Reentry: Do More Effective Change Models Exist? {Location 18}
by: Brenda J. Bond, Brandeis University (Corresponding)
Perceptions of Safety and Danger in a Public Housing Development {Location 19}
by: Wenona Rymond-Richmond, Northwestern University (Corresponding)
Police Officers as Victims of Violent Crime {Location 20}
by: Deborah Linnell, Illinois State University (Corresponding)
Policing Homophobic Hate-Crime in the U.K. {Location 21}
by: Amanda L. Robinson, Cardiff University (Corresponding)
Matthew L. Williams, Cardiff University
Race/Ethnicity and Trends in Violent Crime: White-Black, White-Hispanic, and Black-Hispanic Comparisons in Youth and Adult Arrests for Violent Crimes, 1980-2000 {Location 22}
by: Ben Feldmeyer, The Pennsylvania State University (Corresponding)
Darrell Steffensmeier, The Pennsylvania State University
Reintegrative Shaming of Violent Crime: A Randomized Controlled Trial {Location 23}
by: Lawrence W. Sherman, University of Pennsylvania (Corresponding)
Religious Institutions and Urban Homicide: An Analysis of Cleveland Neighborhoods {Location 24}
by: Eric S. Jefferis, Kent State University - ISPV (Corresponding)
Robert J. Kaminski, National Institute of Justice
Margaret A. Zahn, North Carolina State University
Social Capital and Homicide Victimization: A Cross-National Study {Location 25}
by: Nancy Morris, University of Maryland at College Park (Corresponding)
Social Ties and Informal Social Control {Location 26}
by: Keri B. Burchfield, The Pennsylvania State University (Corresponding)
Taliban and Heroin: The Untold Story {Location 27}
by: John Thorne, University of Cincinnati (Corresponding)
Graham Farrell, University of Cincinnati
The Additive Treatment Needs of Drug Users: Examining the Characteristics of Criminal Justice Referrals to Substance Abuse Treatment Programs {Location 28}
by: Zachary Hamilton, Rutgers University (Corresponding)
Christopher J. Sullivan, Rutgers University
Sibling Violence and Routine Activities {Location 29}
by: Gretchen R. Ruth, The Pennsylvania State University (Corresponding)
The Effects of Peers and Social Bonds on Adult Drug and Alcohol Use {Location 30}
by: Deirdre Rogers, The Bowling Green State University (Corresponding)
The Spatial and Temporal Ecology of Domestic Violence: Not Always "Behind Closed Doors" {Location 31}
by: Ellen G. Cohn, Florida International University (Corresponding)
James Rotton, Florida International University
The Use of Item Response Theory to Construct Deviance and Attitude {Location 32}
by: David S. Kirk, University of Chicago (Corresponding)
Trajectories and Turning Points in Women's Experiences of Violence: The Role of Motherhood {Location 33}
by: Carolyn Yule, University of Toronto (Corresponding)
UC Irvine's Criminology Outreach Program: High School and Junior High Students Engaging in Key Crime and Policy Issues Through Interactive Learning {Location 34}
by: Johnny Nhan, University of California, Irvine (Corresponding)
John Dombrink, University of California, Irvine
Violence of Persons With Severe Mental Illness Toward Their Family Caregivers {Location 35}
by: Phyllis L. Solomon, University of Pennsylvania (Corresponding)
Richard J. Gelles, University of Pennsylvania
Mary M. Cavanaugh, University of Pennsylvania
Why Do Retail Drug Markets Survive? Understanding the Sources and Consequences of Unobserved Price Variability in Cocaine and Heroin Markets {Location 36}
by: Peter H. Reuter, University of Maryland at College Park (Corresponding)
Jonathan Caulkins, Carnegie Mellon University
Juvenile Correctional Facility Recidivism: A Three State Comparison {Location 37}
by: Delores E. Craig-Moreland, Wichita State University (Corresponding)
Glenda Martens, Wichita State University
College Students' Perceptions of Female Police Officers: An Attitudinal Assessment {Location 38}
by: Christine Y. Olsen (Corresponding)
The Influence of Family Factors on Adolescent Risky Sexual Behavior {Location 39}
by: Leslie Gordon Simons, University of Georgia (Corresponding)
Daniel S. Murphy, Appalachian State University
Danielle Larkins, University of Georgia
Open Society Institute Project {Location 40}
by: Todd R. Clear, John Jay College of Criminal Justice (Corresponding)
Explaining Criminal Justice Growth: Detailing the Growth-Complex Framework {Location 41}
by: Peter B. Kraska, Eastern Kentucky University (Corresponding)
The Victims at the International Criminal Court Statute {Location 42}
by: Alejandro J. Rodriguez Morales, Monteavila University (Corresponding)
Members of the Community: Life Experiences of Drug Offenders Incarcerated in New York {Location 43}
by: Rachel Porter, CUNY/Physicians for Human Rights (Corresponding)
Canadian Judges' Perceptions of Domestic Violence {Location 44}
by: Joanne Belknap, University of Colorado at Boulder (Corresponding)
Tara Opsal, University of Colorado at Boulder
Formal and Informal Resource Utilization Among Rural and Urban Women: A Protective Order Sample {Location 45}
by: Kelli Frakes, University of Kentucky (Corresponding)
T.K. Logan, University of Kentucky
Lisa Shannon, University of Kentucky
Jennifer Cole, University of Kentucky
Public Perception and Police Attitude {Location 46}
by: Youngyol Yim, Metropolitan State University (Corresponding)
Brian D. Schafer, Minneapolis Police Department
The Strengthening Washington D.C. Families Project: Recruitment and Retention Results {Location 47}
by: Penny Beatty, University of Maryland at College Park (Corresponding)
Danielle Polizzi Fox, University of Maryland at College Park
Denise C. Gottfredson, University of Maryland at College Park
Using Diversity Training to Reduce the Impact of Race on Police Use of Lethal Force {Location 48}
by: Tracie L. Keesee, University of Colorado - Denver (Corresponding)
Explaining Police Arresting and Charging Behavior in Cases of Spousal Violence {Location 49}
by: Paul Millar, University of Calgary (Corresponding)
Policy Implications of Prevalence and Correlates of Support for Victim's Rights {Location 50}
by: Jason T. Bratton, Florida State University (Corresponding)
Kelly Welch, Florida State University
Marc Gertz, Florida State University
Edwin Sutherland: The First Victimologist? {Location 51}
by: Robert A. Jerin, Endicott College (Corresponding)
The Porter County Jail Art Gallery: Crime, Punishment, and Society According to the Other Side {Location 52}
by: Mike Johnson, Valparaiso University (Corresponding)
Amy McFadden
Changes in Student Victimization, 1992-2002 {Location 53}
by: Gerard Rainville, Education Statistics Services Institute (Corresponding)
Crime, Punishment, and Mental Illness {Location 54}
by: Patricia E. Erickson, Canisius College (Corresponding)
Improving Drug Courts: Ask the Experts--The Clients! {Location 55}
by: Margaret Leigey, University of Delaware (Corresponding)
Grant Bacon, University of Delaware
A Multi-Site Process Evaluation of Juvenile Drug Courts {Location 56}
by: Matthew L. Hiller, University of Kentucky (Corresponding)
Danielle Malluche, University of Kentucky
Barbara Patterson, University of Kentucky
Rebecca L. Abensur, University of Kentucky
Valerie Bryan, University of Kentucky
Connie Payne, Administrative Office of the Courts
Carl G. Leukefeld, University of Kentucky
NIJ International Center Hopes to Link U.S. and Non-U.S. Researchers {Location 57}
by: Harry Dammer, University of Scranton (Corresponding)
Current Perspectives and Support for Parental Responsibility Laws {Location 58}
by: Eve Brank, University of Florida (Corresponding)
Stephanie A. Hays, University of Florida
Restorative Justice and the Gacaca Tribunals in Rwanda: An Investigation of Restorative Justice and Crimes Against Humanity {Location 59}
by: Nick Jones, University of Calgary (Corresponding)
A Kinder Gentler SWAT? {Location 60}
by: Jennifer Bader, University of Colorado at Denver (Corresponding)
Marcy Becker, University of Colorado at Denver
Mary Dodge, University of Colorado at Denver
Better Living Through Chemistry: Deviant Subculture of Middle Class Recreational Drug Users {Location 61}
by: Alison Burke, University of Colorado at Denver (Corresponding)
Christy Cox, University of Colorado at Denver
Sally Meehan, University of Colorado at Denver
The Roles of Victim and Perpetrator Alcohol Use in Intimate Partner Violence Outcomes {Location 62}
by: Martie P. Thompson, Clemson University (Corresponding)
J.B. Kingree, Clemson University
Substance Use and Condom Nonuse Among African-American, Adolescent Detainees {Location 63}
by: J.B. Kingree, Clemson University (Corresponding)
Campus Riots and Policy Changes at Michigan State Univerity {Location 64}
by: Ryan B. Martz, Michigan State University (Corresponding)
Analyzing NIBRS Drug Data From Local Agencies Using GIS Technology {Location 65}
by: Cynthia Barnett-Ryan, Federal Bureau of Investigation (Corresponding)
Patterns of Property Crime Among Three Groups of Heroin Users {Location 66}
by: Dixie Jasun Koo, University of Miami (Corresponding)
Jesus Sanchez, University of Miami
Karen Pierre, University of Miami
Dale D. Chitwood, University of Miami
Wrongful Conviction: The Evidence From Oklahoma's Eight DNA Exonerations {Location 67}
by: Joy Hadwiger, Oklahoma State University (Corresponding)
American Institutional Theories of Crime Causation and Juvenile Delinquency {Location 68}
by: Gini R. Deibert, University of Texas - Austin (Corresponding)
A Further Understanding of School Disorder {Location 69}
by: Anthony A. Peguero, University of Miami (Corresponding)
Sentencing Decisions in Florida: An Analysis of Sentencing in a Guidelines State {Location 70}
by: Matthew S. Crow, Florida State University (Corresponding)
Cultural Variations in Childhood Victimisation: A Preliminary Study of the Experiences of British and Greek College Students {Location 71}
by: Sevaste Chatzifotiou, Technological Educational Inst. of Crete (Corresponding)
Manos Daskalou, University College Northampton
He Said/She Said: The Effects of Victim Resistance and Perpetrator Reaction on Attributions and Responsibility on Date Rape {Location 72}
by: Ellen S. Cohn, University of New Hampshire (Corresponding)
Tiffany Brown, The Bowling Green State University
Criminal Victimization in South Korea {Location 73}
by: Kyong Hee Chee, Georgia Southern University (Corresponding)
Effects of Ethnicity, Drinking History, and Family Drinking History on Perceptions of Causes of Heavy Drinking {Location 74}
by: Susan Bullers, University of North Carolina - Wilmington (Corresponding)
Early Intervention Programs: Too Little Too Late {Location 75}
by: Martha L. Henderson, Southern Illinois Univ. at Carbondale (Corresponding)
Responding to Conflict-Related Intimate Partner Homicide {Location 76}
by: Elicka S.L. Peterson, Florida State University (Corresponding)
Sexual Deviants: An Exploratory Study of Sexual Misconduct Among Federal Inmates {Location 77}
by: Hilary Estes, Southern Illinois Univ. at Carbondale (Corresponding)
International and Internet Cases of Child Sexual Abuse Work in Progress {Location 78}
by: Kris Christmann, University of Huddersfield (Corresponding)
A Measurement Model Approach to Estimating Community Policing Implementation {Location 79}
by: Jeremy M. Wilson, RAND (Corresponding)
Gender Differences and Risk Factors for Drug Use by Youth {Location 80}
by: James A. Nolan, Norfolk State University (Corresponding)
James H. Davis, The Barry Robinson Center
Carla Miller, Norfolk State University
Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea: Understanding Victim Experiences of Policing in Domestic Violence in the Singaporean Context {Location 81}
by: Narayanan Ganapathy, National University of Singapore (Corresponding)
Crisis and Emergency Management by Police {Location 82}
by: P. Ray Kedia, Grambling State University (Corresponding)
The Parenting Academy: Evaluation of Treatment Efficacy {Location 83}
by: Sharon Ross, Cornell Companies, Inc. (Corresponding)
Kenneth F. Pompi, Cornell Companies, Inc.
The Influence of Collective Efficacy on Gang Crimes in Hollenbeck {Location 84}
by: Heidi Thielmann, University of California, Irvine (Corresponding)
Leader Behaviors That Affect Job Satisfaction and Extra Effort in Policing {Location 85}
by: Steve Morreale, Worcester State College (Corresponding)
Fraud in the American Healthcare System {Location 86}
by: Steve Morreale, Worcester State College (Corresponding)
Transnational Organized Crime {Location 87}
by: Noriyoshi Takemura, Toin University of Yokohama, Japan (Corresponding)
Everything But the Girl: A Comparative Study of Rehabilitation and Socialization in Juvenile Treatment Facilities {Location 88}
by: Katherine Martinez, University of Colorado at Boulder (Corresponding)
Joanna Starek, University of Colorado at Boulder
Does Family Matter for Juvenile Offenders? Assessing the Influence of Negative Life Events on Juvenile Offenders {Location 89}
by: Jeb A. Booth, Northeastern University (Corresponding)
Solo in Transnational Crime {Location 90}
by: Edgar Tijhuis, NSCR (Corresponding)
Rutgers Center for the Study of Public Security {Location 91}
by: Louise Stanton, Rutgers University (Corresponding)

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