Session 80: PL5 -> Minority Trust and Confidence in the Police
Time: 2:40PM to 4:10 PM on Wednesday, November 19
Place: Plaza Ballroom D
Session Chair: Lois Felson Mock, National Institute of Justice
This panel will present findings to date from four studies funded under the National Institute of Justice program of research on "Minority Trust and Confidence in the Police". The studies reflect different methodological approaches and focus on a range of location types, including large northern and midwestern cities, a more rural southern area, and a nationwide perspective. However, they all deal with major questions arising from the current debate on the policing of minorities in the United States.
Assessing Police Officers' Decision Making and Discretion
by: Geoffrey Alpert, University of South Carolina (Corresponding)
Megan S. Stroshine, Marquette University
Roger Dunham, University of Miami
Katherine Bennett, Armstrong Atlantic State University
Minority Trust and Confidence in the Police: Findings From a Study of New Yorkers
by: Tom Tyler, New York University (Corresponding)
Minority Attitudes Toward the Police: Results of a National Survey
by: Ronald Weitzer, George Washington University (Corresponding)
Steven Tuch, George Washington University
Neighborhood Differences in Attitudes Toward the Police
by: Dennis P. Rosenbaum, University of Illinois at Chicago (Corresponding)
Sandra Kaminska Costello, University of Illinois at Chicago
Darnell F. Hawkins, University of Illinois at Chicago
Claudio Vera Sanchez, University of Illinois at Chicago
Wesley G. Skogan, Northwestern University

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