Session 342: PE20 -> Police Officers at Work: The Effects of Their Routine
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Friday, November 19
Place: Belmont Two
Session Chair: John Liederbach, University of North Texas
Policing Across Suburban Contexts: Officer Work Routines in Diverse Suburban Environments
by: John Liederbach, University of North Texas (Corresponding)
James Frank, University of Cincinnati
A Splinter in Your Mind: Ethics and Efficacy in Police Training
by: Norman Conti, Duquesne University (Corresponding)
James J. Nolan III, West Virginia University
A Qualitative Examination of Police Stress
by: Michael Arter, Indiana University of Pennsylvania (Corresponding)
Token Status and Police Stress: An Empirical Assessment of the Interactive Effects of Race and Gender
by: Ni He, Northeastern University (Corresponding)
Jihong A. Solomon Zhao, University of Nebraska at Omaha
Ling Ren, University of Nebraska at Omaha
The Ecological Context of Police Officer Perceptions of Public Alcohol Use as a Core Elemtn of Police Work
by: Brad A. Myrstol, University of Alaska Anchorage (Corresponding)

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