The 2003 American Society of Criminology Conference
Tuesday, November 18, to Saturday, November 22
Track Chronological Session Index
Police and Law Enforcement Policy Track

Session Title Session IDTime
Legal Issues and Police Operation Session 21: PL1 Wednesday at 9:40AM
To Arrest or Not? The Effect of Justice System Intervention on Delinquent Youth Session 22: PL2 Wednesday at 9:40AM
International Police Issues (Sponsored by the Division of International Criminology) Session 54: PL3 Wednesday at 1:00PM
International Policing (Sponsored by the Division of International Criminology) Session 79: PL4 Wednesday at 2:40PM
Minority Trust and Confidence in the Police Session 80: PL5 Wednesday at 2:40PM
THEMATIC SESSION: Police Organizations and Practices Session 81: PL6 Wednesday at 2:40PM
Law Enforcement: Attitudes and Behaviors Session 108: PL7 Wednesday at 4:20PM
Organizational Issues in Policing Session 109: PL8 Wednesday at 4:20PM
THEMATIC SESSION: Public Opinions of Police Session 110: PL9 Wednesday at 4:20PM
In Search of Security (Sponsored by the Division of International Criminology) Session 111: PL10 Wednesday at 4:20PM
Research on Racial Factors and Policing and Police Use of Force Session 138: PL11 Thursday at 8:00AM
Police and Community Stakeholders Session 209: PL12 Thursday at 1:00PM
Roundtable: ROUNDTABLE: Women in Law Enforcement Action Agenda Session 210: PL13 Thursday at 1:00PM
Citizen Oversight of the Police: Assessing Attitudes and Models Session 254: PL14 Thursday at 2:40PM
Explaining Police Use of Force Session 255: PL15 Thursday at 2:40PM
Policing the Poor Session 256: PL16 Thursday at 2:40PM
Roundtable: ROUNDTABLE: Issues in Race, Crime and Policing Session 257: PL17 Thursday at 2:40PM
Policy Responses to International Pressures (Sponsored by the Division of International Criminology) Session 295: PL18 Friday at 8:00AM
Methodological Issues in Racial Profiling Session 318: PL19 Friday at 9:40AM
Problems in Police Employment Strategies Session 319: PL20 Friday at 9:40AM
A (Sponsored by the Division of International Criminology) Democratic Model of Policing, Post Conflict Criminology and Democratic Development Session 344: PL21 Friday at 1:00PM
Woodstock, Spring Break, British "Travelers," and the Olympics: Policing Temporary Communities Session 345: PL22 Friday at 1:00PM
Police Resources, Violence, and Crime Rates Session 369: PL23 Friday at 2:40PM
Racial Profiling and Police Traffic Stops Session 370: PL24 Friday at 2:40PM
THEMATIC SESSIONA: A Geospatial Investigation of Crime, Rates, Beat Boundaries, and the Journey to Crime Session 371: PL25 Friday at 2:40PM
Crime Investigation and Forensic Science Session 392: PL26 Friday at 4:20PM
Race, Place, and Police Stops Session 393: PL27 Friday at 4:20PM
Exploring Minority Attitudes Toward Police Session 411: PL28 Saturday at 9:00AM
Diagnosing the Problem and Determining Treatment: How Police Assess and Arrest Session 432: PL29 Saturday at 10:40AM
Factors Shaping Police-Citizen Encounters Session 433: PL30 Saturday at 10:40AM
Terrorism Session 434: PL31 Saturday at 10:40AM

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