Session 267: PE15 -> Findings From Inside the Organizational Structure of the Police
Time: 2:00PM to 3:30 PM on Thursday, November 18
Place: Conv Ctr 102
Session Chair: Barry Goetz, Western Michigan University
Can the Police Do Pre-Arrest/Booking Diversions? A Look at Mental Health, Drug Treatment and Social Service Interventions
by: Barry Goetz, Western Michigan University (Corresponding)
Police Agency Accreditation and Its Relationship With Community Policing in Washington State: A Perspective From Street Cops to Management Cops
by: Terry E. Gingerich, Western Oregon University (Corresponding)
Gregory D. Russell, Arkansas State University
Influence of Organizational Socialization on Police Officers: Acceptance of Community Policing: The Example of Korean Police
by: Byongook Moon, Univerity of Alaska Fairbanks (Corresponding)
John D. McCluskey, Michigan State University
Latent Effects of Police Reform
by: Maximilian Edelbacher, Federal Police of Austria, Vienna (Corresponding)
Peter C. Kratcoski, Kent State University, Stark Campus
Implementing Reforms: A Case Study of Police and Corrections Teams
by: Jim Mowrey, University of California, Irvine (Corresponding)

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