Session 411: IC13 -> What's Similar? What's Different?: Cross-National Perspectives on Policing Criminology)
Time: 12:30PM to 2:00 PM on Friday, November 19
Place: Conv Ctr 103
Session Chair: Dilip Das, East Carolina University
(Sponsored by the Division of International Criminology)
Epic of Finlandia: Premise and Practice of Progressive Policing
by: Dilip Das, East Carolina University (Corresponding)
Michael D. White, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Mans Enqvist, Finnish National Police
The Dutch Police in an International Context
by: Dilip Das, East Carolina University (Corresponding)
Leo W.J.C. Huberts, Free University Amsterdam
Ronald Van Steden, Free University Amsterdam
A Comparison of the Balance Between Practical and Theoretical Training of Police in US, UK and Turkey
by: Cemil Dogutas, Kent State University/Turkish Natl Police (Corresponding)
Osman Dolu, Kent State University/Turkish Natl Police
The Style of Policing in South Africa
by: Mohammad Salahuddin, Indiana University (Corresponding)
Transitioning to Democratic Policing: Slovene Police Perspectives on Crime, Policing, and Community Policing
by: Joanne Ziembo-Vogl, Grand Valley State University (Corresponding)

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