Session 291: PE17 -> Understanding Police Decisions and Practices
Time: 3:30PM to 5:00 PM on Thursday, November 18
Place: Belmont Two
Session Chair: Kimberly D. Hassell, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
A Cross-Precinct Analysis of Police Practices and the Negotiation of Order Among Patrol
by: Kimberly D. Hassell, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee (Corresponding)
Police Discretion With Administrative Offenses by Young Persons
by: Peter J. Carrington, University of Waterloo (Corresponding)
Jennifer L. Schulenberg, University of Toronto
The Paling of Community Policing: Promising Intentions, the Reality of Implementation, and the Effects of Organizational Disjuncture
by: Mark E. Correia, California State University, Los Angeles (Corresponding)
David Jenks, California State University, Los Angeles
Patterns in Police Decision-making With Youth: An Application of Black's Theory of Law
by: Jennifer L. Schulenberg, University of Toronto (Corresponding)

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