Session 105: CJ6 -> Beyond Descriptive Analysis: Using NIBRS for Policy Relevant Research
Time: 3:30PM to 5:00 PM on Wednesday, November 17
Place: Conv Ctr 105/106
Session Chair: Michael D. Maltz, University of Illinois at Chicago
Working With the National Incident-Based Reporting System: Developing a Typology of Aggravated Assaults
by: Carter Rees, University of Wyoming (Corresponding)
Donald Faggiani, Police Executive Research Forum
Hate Crimes and NIBRS
by: James J. Nolan III, West Virginia University (Corresponding)
Regional Problem Solving Using NIBRS: An Analysis of the Distribution of Heroin in Springfield, Massachusetts
by: Daniel B. Bibel, Massachusetts State Police (Corresponding)
Donald Faggiani, Police Executive Research Forum
Domestic Violence Mandatory Arrest Laws: To What Extent Do They Influence Police Practice?
by: David Hirschel, University of Massachusetts Lowell (Corresponding)
Eve Buzawa, University of Massachusetts Lowell
April Pattavina, University of Massachusetts Lowell
Melissa M. Reuland, Police Executive Research Forum
Donald Faggiani, Police Executive Research Forum

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