Session 316: PE18 -> Policy and Enforcement Poster Sessions
Time: 5:00PM to 6:30 PM on Thursday, November 18
Place: Grand Ballroom
Policing Ghosts and Goblins: Community Interventions to Confront Annual Problem Events {Location 78}
by: Matthew O. Thomas, California State University - Chico (Corresponding)
Rick Ruddell, California State University, Chico
Lori-Beth Way, California State University - Chico
Crisis Intervention Teams in the City of Miami {Location 79}
by: Anthony A. Peguero, University of Miami (Corresponding)
Democratic Theory and Policing {Location 80}
by: Peter Grabosky, Australian National University (Corresponding)
Jenny Fleming, Australian National University
Explaining and Improving Citizen Attitudes Toward the Police {Location 81}
by: Mengyan Dai, University of Cincinnati (Corresponding)
James Frank, University of Cincinnati
Police-Probation Partnership: An Assessment of a Collaborative Supervision Initiative {Location 82}
by: Peter J. Benekos, Mercyhurst College (Corresponding)
Trends in Police Research: A Cross-Sectional Analysis of the 2002 Literature {Location 83}
by: Karen A. Beckman, The Urban Institute (Corresponding)
Penny Beatty, University of Maryland at College Park
Laura Wyckoff, University of Maryland at College Park
Jennifer Gibbs, University of Maryland at College Park
Megan Canigiani, University of Maryland at College Park
Small City Police Territoriality: A Comparative Case Study {Location 84}
by: Suzanna Ramirez, University of Washington (Corresponding)
Minority Threat and Police Resource Allocation in the Southwestern United States {Location 85}
by: Malcolm D. Holmes, University of Wyoming (Corresponding)
Brad W. Smith, Wayne State University
Adrienne B. Freng, University of Wyoming
Ed A. Munoz, University of Wyoming
Assessing Trends in Police Agency Size and Civilianization: 1930 to 2002 {Location 86}
by: William R. King, Bowling Green State University (Corresponding)
Connections Between Police Fatigue, Justice and Injustice {Location 87}
by: Bryan J. Vila, National Institute of Justice (Corresponding)
First Responder: The Impact of a Community Based Domestic Violence Intervention {Location 88}
by: Melissa Evans, National Children's Advocacy Center (Corresponding)
Mary K. Laska, National Children's Advocacy Center
Amy Shadoin, National Children's Advocacy Center
Culture vs. Survival: The Effect of Police Intervention on Retaliatory Homicide in Disadvantaged Communities {Location 89}
by: Laurie J. Samuel, Howard University/NCOVR (Corresponding)
Why Do New Professions and Multivocational Networks Need Ethics? A Case of the Non-Consensual Medical Sedation of an Asylum Seeking Family {Location 90}
by: Risto Honkonen, The Police College of Finland (Corresponding)
Timo Korander, Police College of Finland
Collaboration Among Police and Prosecutors in Community Justice {Location 91}
by: Michele-Lynne Muni, Rutgers University (Corresponding)
Police Officers Perception of Effective Citizen Involvement in Community Policing {Location 92}
by: Huan Gao, Rutgers University (Corresponding)
Police and the Use of Deadly Force: A New Test for a New (and Some Old) Theory {Location 93}
by: Zachary R. Hays, The Pennsylvania State University (Corresponding)
Congruities and Differences Among Major Stakeholders' Perceptions of Neighborhood Problems and the Contents of Community Policing {Location 94}
by: Melchor C. De Guzman, Indiana University - South Bend (Corresponding)
The Contextual Determinants of Police Officer Decision to Search During Traffic Stops {Location 95}
by: Shea W. Cronin, American University (Corresponding)
Racial Profiling Data Collection Resource Center: Using Web Tools to Access Information on Data Collection and Analysis {Location 96}
by: Amy Farrell, Northeastern University (Corresponding)

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