Session 532: PE33 -> Gender and Policing: From Training to Work
Time: 10:00AM to 11:30 AM on Saturday, November 20
Place: Belmont Two
Session Chair: Michael D. White, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Recruiting and Training Female Officers in the Los Angeles Police Department
by: Jennifer S. Wong, RAND (Corresponding)
Barbara Raymond, RAND
Laura J. Hickman, RAND
Laura Miller, RAND
Gender and Policing: Do Women Accept Legal Restrictions More Than Their Male Counterparts?
by: John Eterno, Molloy College (Corresponding)
Comparison of Job-Related Attitudes of Chinese Female and Male Police Officers
by: Hung-En Sung, Columbia University (Corresponding)
Ivan Y. Sun, University of Delaware
Doris Chu, Arkansas State University
Race, Gender and Motivation for Becoming a Police Officer: Implications for Building a Representative Police Department
by: Michael D. White, John Jay College of Criminal Justice (Corresponding)
Anthony Raganella, New York City Police Department
The Sexual Exploitation of Women by Police: An Examination of Police Sexual Misconduct in the Midwest
by: Cara Rabe-Hemp, University of Illinois at Chicago (Corresponding)

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