Session 332: CJ12 -> Criminal Justice Policy in the Making: From Research to Practice
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Friday, November 19
Place: Conv Ctr 105/106
Session Chair: Mary E. Vogel, Univ. of Leicester/Univ. of London
Understanding Criminal Justice Policy Implementation Pragmatically and Theoretically
by: Erika Gebo, Westfield State College (Corresponding)
Valerie Hurst, University of New Hampshire
Nena F. Stracuzzi, University of New Hampshire
The Role of Research in Practice
by: Kimberly Gentry Sperber, Talbert House (Corresponding)
Martha L. Henderson-Hurley, OH Dept. of Rehabilitation & Correction
Dena Hanley, University of Akron
Mapping the Criminal Justice Policy Community: Implications for Research
by: Karim Ismaili, St. John's University (Corresponding)
Public Confidence in the Criminal Justice System in England and Wales: Recent Messages for Policy Makers From Research
by: David Brown, Home Office (Corresponding)

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