Session 54: PC3 -> Indigenous Peoples, Crime and Justice: North American Perspectives
Time: 11:00AM to 12:30 PM on Wednesday, November 17
Place: Conv Ctr 108
Session Chair: Barbara Perry, Northern Arizona University
The Collection of Race/Crime Statistics: Experiences of the Aboriginal Community in Canada
by: Tammy Landau, Ryerson University (Corresponding)
Kimberly Murray, Aboriginal legal Services of Toronto
Putting Anti-Indian Violence in Context: The Case of the Great Lakes Chippewa
by: Barbara Perry, Northern Arizona University (Corresponding)
Linda Robyn, Northern Arizona University
Issues Facing Composite Indigenous/Non-Indigenous Justice Service Organizations: A Case Study From New Zealand
by: Marianne O. Nielsen, Northern Arizona University (Corresponding)
Impact of Social Disorganization on Tribal Youth
by: Larry A. Gould, Northern Arizona University (Corresponding)

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