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									                                   Monday, March 18, 2013




                     Monday, March 18, 2013
                        Day At A Glance

12:00 PM – 5:00 PM   ACJS Budget, Finance, and Audit Committee   Pearl 5, 2nd Fl.
                     Meeting




                     Monday, March 18, 2013

12:00 PM - 5:00 PM   EVENT #1                                    Pearl 5, 2nd Fl.
                     ACJS Budget, Finance, and Audit
                     Committee Meeting
                                        Tuesday, March 19, 2013




                       Tuesday, March 19, 2013
                          Day At A Glance

8:00 AM – 5:00 PM   ACJS Executive Board Meeting                            Executive Boardroom, 2nd Fl.


1:00 PM – 8:00 PM   ACJS Meeting Registration                               Lone Star Foyer, 2nd Fl.


5:30 PM – 8:30 PM   ACJS Professional Development Teaching                  Press Club, 2nd Fl.
                    Workshop
                    (Pre-Registration Required)




                       Tuesday, March 19, 2013

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM   EVENT #2                                                Executive Boardroom,
                    ACJS Executive Board Meeting                            2nd Fl.

                    Craig Hemmens, President
                    James Frank, First Vice President
                    Brian Payne, Second Vice President
                    Melissa Barlow, Immediate Past President
                    David F. Owens, Treasurer
                    Jill A. Gordon, Trustee-At-Large
                    Nicole Leeper Piquero, Trustee-at-Large
                    Philip L. Reichel, Trustee-at-Large
                    L. Edward Day, Region One Trustee
                    Alexis J. Miller, Region Two Trustee
                    Brad Smith, Region Three Trustee
                    David Montague, Region Four Trustee
                    Mary K. Stohr, Executive Director
                    Cathy L. Barth, Association Manager


1:00 PM – 8:00 PM   ACJS Meeting Registration                               Lone Star Foyer, 2nd Fl.


5:30 PM – 8:30 PM   EVENT #3                               Press Club, 2nd Fl.
                    ACJS Professional Development Teaching
                    Workshop

                           Moderator: R. Alan Thompson, The University of Southern Mississippi

                           Please note: Pre-registration is required.

                           All registrants are expected to attend the continuation of this workshop on
                           Wednesday, March 20, 2013, from 8:00 AM to 12:15 PM.
                                    Wednesday, March 20, 2013




                     Wednesday, March 20, 2013
                         Day At A Glance
7:30 AM – 5:00 PM    ACJS Meeting Registration                       Lone Star Foyer, 2nd Fl.

8:00 AM – 8:00 PM    Alpha Phi Sigma Events                          Chaparral, 38th Fl.

8:00 AM – 12:15 PM   ACJS Professional Development Teaching         Press Club, 2nd Fl.
                     Workshop (continued from Tuesday, March 19, 2013)
                     (Pre-Registration Required)

8:00 AM – 9:15 AM    ACJS 2013 Committee Chairs Meeting              Majestic 9, 37th Fl.

8:00 AM – 10:45 AM   ACJS 2012 Section Leadership Meeting            Trinity 3, 3rd Fl.

8:00 AM – 4:45 PM    Panels, Roundtables, Workshops

9:00 AM – 10:30 AM   Coffee Bar                                      Lone Star C, 2nd Fl.

9:00 AM – 5:00 PM    Exhibit Hall Open                               Lone Star C, 2nd Fl.

9:30 AM – 10:45 AM   Southern Region Executive Board Meeting         Majestic 2, 37th Fl.

9:30 AM – 10:45 AM   ACJS Public Policy Committee Meeting            Majestic 3, 37th Fl.

9:30 AM – 10:45 AM   Western Region Executive Board Meeting          Majestic 4, 37th Fl.

9:30 AM – 10:45 AM   Southwest Region Executive Board Meeting        Majestic 5, 37th Fl.

9:30 AM – 10:45 AM   Northeast Region Executive Board Meeting        Majestic 6, 37th Fl.

9:30 AM – 10:45 AM   Midwest Region Executive Board Meeting          Majestic 9, 37th Fl.

12:00 PM – 5:00 PM   Employment Exchange Open                        Lone Star A1, 2nd Fl.

2:00 PM – 3:15 PM    ACJS Affirmative Action Committee Meeting       Majestic 2, 37th Fl.

2:00 PM – 3:15 PM    ACJS Publications Committee Meeting             Majestic 3, 37th Fl.

2:00 PM – 3:15 PM    ACJS Constitution and By-Laws Committee         Majestic 4, 37th Fl.
                     Meeting

2:00 PM – 3:15 PM    ACJS Ethics Committee Meeting                   Majestic 5, 37th Fl.

2:00 PM – 3:15 PM    Regional Leadership Summit                      Majestic 9, 37th Fl.

3:30 PM – 4:45 PM    Feature Panel: ACJS Past Presidents             Lone Star A2, 2nd Fl.

4:30 PM – 5:30 PM    All Regions Ice Cream Social                    Majestic 8, 37th Fl.
                                           Wednesday, March 20, 2013




5:00 PM – 6:00 PM         Western Region General Business Meeting             Majestic 3, 37th Fl.

5:00 PM – 6:00 PM         Midwest Region General Business Meeting             Majestic 4, 37th Fl.

5:00 PM – 6:00 PM         Southern Region General Business Meeting            Majestic 5, 37th Fl.

5:00 PM – 6:00 PM         Northeast Region General Business Meeting           Majestic 6, 37th Fl.

5:00 PM – 6:00 PM         Southwest Region General Business Meeting           Majestic 7, 37th Fl.

6:00 PM – 8:00 PM         ACJS Presidents Reception                           Lone Star A3&A4, 2nd Fl.



                         Wednesday, March 20, 2013

7:30 AM – 5:00 PM         ACJS Meeting Registration                           Lone Star Foyer, 2nd Fl.


8:00 AM – 8:00 PM         Alpha Phi Sigma Events                              Chaparral, 38th Fl.


8:00 AM – 12:15 PM        EVENT #4                               Press Club, 2nd Fl.
                          ACJS Professional Development Teaching
                          Workshop

                          Please note: Pre-registration is required.


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM         EVENT #5                              Majestic 9, 37th Fl.
                              ACJS 2013 Committee Chairs Meeting


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM         EVENT #6                                            State Room 1, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: TRUST, COMMITMENT, SATISFACTION, AND LEADERSHIP IN POLICING
                  Chair: Youngoh Jo, The College at Brockport, SUNY

            EFFECTS OF COMMUNITY CHARACTERISTCS ON POLICE JOB SATISFACTION
                  Youngoh Jo, The College at Brockport, SUNY; Hee Sub Shim, Sam Houston State University

            AN EXPLORE STUDY OF POLICE LEADERSHIP STYLES IN TAIWAN
                  Hsiao-Ming Wang, University of Houston- Downtown; Cheng-Mao Jiang, Yonghe Precinct, New
                  Taipei City Police Bureau
                                            Wednesday, March 20, 2013



            THE ROLE OF ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT IN PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT: THE CASE OF
            KYRGYZ NATIONAL POLICE
                  Erlan Bakiev, Zirve University

            THE INFLUENCE OF INTERPERSONAL TRUST AND ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT ON
            PERCEIVED ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE
                   Erlan Bakiev, Zirve University


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM          EVENT #7                                                State Room 2, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: COMMUNITY POLICING, CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES
                  Chair: Michael M. Berlin, Coppin State University

            DID COPS GRANTS DIFFUSE COMMUNITY POLICING
                  Scott W. Phillips, Buffalo State College; S. Marlon Gayadeen, Buffalo State College

            COMMUNITY POLICING AT AN HBCU
                 Michael M. Berlin, Coppin State University; Leonard D. Hamm, Coppin State University Police
                 Department

            A MULTI-YEAR COMPARISON OF COMMUNITY PERCEPTIONS ON POLICING AND
            VICTIMIZATION
                   Rudy Prine, Valdosta State University; Chet Ballard, Valdosta State University

            THE ROLE OF SOCIAL CAPITAL IN IMPROVING COMMUNITY WELLNESS IN A COMMUNITY
            POLICING CONTEXT: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES
                  Darl H. Champion, Methodist University


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM          EVENT #8                                                State Room 3, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: IMPROVING POLICING THROUGH COMMUNITY PLANNING AND COLLABORATION
                  Chair: Michael Walker, Passaic County Community College

            IMPLEMENTATION OF COMMUNITY POLICING STRATEGY IN A SOUTH AFRICAN TOWNSHIP
                  Emeka Obioha, Tswane University of Technology; Mmanko Masogo, South African Police
                  Service

            A COLLABORATIVE EFFORT TO ADDRESS MULTI-JURISDICTIONAL CRIME: THE PASSAIC RIVER
            CORRIDOR INITIATIVE
                  Michael Walker, Passaic County Community College; William Fraher, Paterson Police
                  Department

            CLEARING CRIME THROUGH COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP: DOES COMMUNITY POLICING
            AFFECT CRIME CLEARANCE RATES?
                  Sebahattin Gultekin, Turkish National Police Academy

            LAW ENFORCEMENT PLANNING AND PREPAREDNESS FOR SECONDARY VICTIMIZATIONS IN
            POST-DISASTER SCENARIOS
                  Jeff Smith, Lawrenceville, Georgia Police Department
                                            Wednesday, March 20, 2013




8:00 AM – 9:15 AM          EVENT #9                                              State Room 4, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: PROSECUTION AND THE COURTROOM WORKGROUP
                  Chair: Daniel Pontzer, University of North Florida

            THE FILING RATES OF U.S. STATE PROSECUTORS IN 2004: INFLUENCE OF GENDER, AGE, AND
            RACE/ ETHNICITY CHARACTERISTICS
                   Daniel Pontzer, University of North Florida

            COURTROOM WORKGROUP RECOMMENDATIONS AND DECISION-MAKING IN THE FIRST
            PHASE OF THE CRIMINAL COURT
                  Brian C. Starks, Delaware State University

            JURY SELECTION: A PANEL OF YOUR PEERS OR A PANEL OF THE SILENT
                  Joshua Harms, Middle Tennessee State University

            CHOOSING FEMALE JURORS: STEREOTYPING, PURPOSIVE SELECTION, AND PERCEPTIONS
            OF PERFORMANCE REALITY
                  George R. Franks, Stephen F. Austin State University; Karren Price, Stephen F. Austin State
                  University; Reon Tesar, Stephen F. Austin State University


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM          EVENT #10                                             Trinity 1, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: GENOCIDE AND HUMAN RIGHTS
                  Chair: Don Wallace, University of Central Missouri

            THE DUTY TO SECURE RIGHTS: REJECTED BY THE SUPREME COURT-REQUIRED BY THE
            INTER-AMERICAN COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS
                  Don Wallace, University of Central Missouri

            BEYOND THE INITIAL HYSTERIA: RETHINKING GENOCIDE IN THE INTERNATIONAL COURTS
                 Laurence French, University of New Hampshire; Goran Kovacevic, University of Sarajevo;
                 Nedzad Korajlic, University of Sarajevo

            THE US POSITION FROM 1948-1988 REGARDING AN INTERNATIONAL PENAL TRIBUNAL IN
            ARTICLE VI OF THE GENOCIDE CONVENTION
                  Harry Rhea, Florida International University

            USING A HUMAN RIGHTS FOCUS FOR A CRIMINAL JUSTICE EDUCATION ABROAD COURSE
                  Susan F. Brinkley, University of Tampa


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM          EVENT #11                                             Trinity 2, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: EXPLORING CRITICAL AND CONFLICT THEORIES
                  Chair: Wayne Gillespie, Georgia Gwinnett College

            CONFLICT: LEARNT BEHAVIOR IN OUR POSTMODERN SOUTH AFRICAN SOCIETY.
            DECONSTRUCTION OR FICTION?
                  Marinda Magretha Van der Westhuizen, Tshwane University of Technology South Africa

            CHILDREN OF INCARCERATED PARENTS: A CRIMINAL JUSTICE 'BLACK HOLE'
                  Frank Michael Afflitto, Bay State College
                                            Wednesday, March 20, 2013



            A CRITIQUE ON THE MOVING TO OPPORTUNITY EXPERIMENT AND THE GAUTREAUX
            RESIDENTIAL MOBILITY PROGRAM USING SOCIAL ECOLOGIC THEORY
                   Sean Kelly Wilson, New Jersey City University

            WHY AREN’T WE STILL DOING CJ THEORY? (WHY SHOULD WE?)
                 John Brent, University of Delaware

            JEAN GENET'S CONTRIBUTIONS OF POSTMODERN CRIMINOLOGY
                  Wayne Gillespie, Georgia Gwinnett College


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM          EVENT #12                                              Trinity 4, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: TRANSNATIONAL CRIME: NEW TOPICS AND METHODOLOGIES
                  Chair: Prabha Unnithan, Colorado State University

            LABOR TRAFFICKING IN THE US
                  Amy Farrell, Northeastern University

            A QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE SOCIA L ORGANIZATION OF STOLEN DATA MARKETS
                  Thomas Holt, Michigan State University

            MIGRATION, ORGANIZED CRIME AND TRANSATLANTIC CONNECTIONS: ALBANIANS “TAKING
            OVER” NEW YORK CITY
                  Jana Arsovska, John Jay College of Criminal Justice

            ECONOMIC ESPIONAGE AND GLOBAL SECURITY
                 Hedi Nasheri, Kent State University


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM          EVENT #13                                              Trinity 5, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: EXPANDING THE THEORETICAL REACH OF RATIONAL CHOICE AND SITUATIONAL
            APPROACHES
                  Chair: Tamara Madensen, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

            SITUATIONAL PREVENTION OF CORRUPTION
                  Adam Graycar, Australian National University; Louise Porter, Australian Research Council
                  Centre of Excellence in Policing and Security

            INTERPRETING TEMPORAL AND GEOGRAPHIC CLUSTERING OF FIRES WITHIN THE
            CONTEXT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CRIMINOLOGY THEORY
                  Joseph Clare, University of Western Australia; Kathryn Wuschke, Simon Fraser University; Len
                  Garis, University of the Fraser Valley

            BAD APPLES, BAD BARRELS, AND BAD BARREL SYSTEMS: SOCIAL MEDIA, DRIFT, AND THE
            SLIPPERY SLOPE OF EVIL
                  Edward Bowman, Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania

            SITUATIONAL PREVENTION OF CROWD VIOLENCE AND INCIVILITY
                  Tamara Madensen, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
                                              Wednesday, March 20, 2013




8:00 AM – 9:15 AM           EVENT #14                                                 City View 1, 4th Fl.
            OPEN SEMINAR: ENSURING INTEGRITY IN ONLINE CRIMINAL JUSTICE COURSES

                    Facilitator: Bonnie Grohe, Fayetteville State University


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM           EVENT #15                                                 City View 2, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: SALIENT ISSUES AFFECTING CORRECTIONAL STAFF
                  Chair: James B. Wells, Eastern Kentucky University

            THE EFFECTIVENESS OF WEB-BASED AND CLASSROOM TRAINING ON PERFORMANCE
            EVALUATIONS AMONG JUVENILE CORRECTIONS SUPERVISORS
                  James B. Wells, Eastern Kentucky University; Kevin L. Minor, Eastern Kentucky University;
                  Stephan Parson, Eastern Kentucky University; Peggy Keller, University of Kentucky

            A FURTHER EXPLORATION OF THE EFFECTS OF AFFECTIVE AND CONTINUANCE
            COMMITMENT WITH JOB BURNOUT AMONG CORRECTIONAL STAFF
                  Nancy L. Hogan, Ferris State University; Eric Lambert, Wayne State University; Brett Garland,
                  Missouri State University; Marie Griffin, Arizona State University; Bitna Kim, Indiana University of
                  Pennsylvania; Thomas Kelley, Wayne State University

            JOB TURNOVER AMONG STAFF IN JUVENILE CORRECTIONS: A MULTILEVEL ANALYSIS
                  James B. Wells, Eastern Kentucky University; Kevin L. Minor, Eastern Kentucky University;
                  Peggy Keller, University of Kentucky; Eric Lambert, Wayne State University

            A GENDERED MODEL OF JOB SATISFACTION OF CORRECTIONAL STAFF
                  Kelly A. Cheeseman, Messiah College; Nancy L. Hogan, Ferris State University; Bitna Kim,
                  Indiana University of Pennsylvania; Eric Lambert, Wayne State University


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM           EVENT #16                                                 City View 3, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: COMMUNITY OUTCOMES RELATED TO TYPE OF SUPERVISION
                  Chair: Myrinda Schweitzer, University of Cincinnati

            EXPLORING CONTEXTS: INCORPORATING THE PRINCIPLES OF EFFECTIVE INTERVENTION
            INTO COMMUNITY SUPERVISION
                  Myrinda Schweitzer, University of Cincinnati; Ryan Labrecque, University of Cincinnati; Paula
                  Smith, University of Cincinnati; Edward Latessa, University of Cincinnati

            THE EFFECTS OF INTENSIVE SUPERVISION PROBATION ON HIGH RISK OFFENDERS
                  Michael Weinrath, University of Winnipeg; Mark Doerksen, University of Winnipeg

            ASSESSING THE IMPACT OF POST-PRISON RELEASE COMMUNITY SUPERVISION ON
            EMPLOYMENT AND RECIDIVISM
                 Catie Lynn Clark, Florida State University; William Bales, Florida State University; David Ensley,
                 Florida Department of Corrections; Samuel Scaggs, Florida State University; Philip Coltharp,
                 Florida Department of Corrections

            PRISONER RE-ENTRY PROGRAMMING: THE PARADOX OF THOSE WITH THE LEAST NEED
            GAINING THE MOST BENEFIT
                  Amanda Perez, Ferris State University; Mischelle Taylor Stone, Ferris State University
                                            Wednesday, March 20, 2013




8:00 AM – 9:15 AM          EVENT #17                                              City View 4, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: METHAMPHETAMINE ABUSE AND CONTROL
                  Chair: Amy Proctor, Northeastern State University

            THE NEW FRONTLINE IN THE WAR ON METH: EXAMINING THE IMPACT OF LOCAL PRECURSOR
            PRESCRIPTION LAWS
                  Patrick R. Gartin, Missouri State University; Amanda Muse, Missouri State University

            COMBATTING THE METHAMPHETAMINE EPIDEMIC: A NATIONAL CENSUS OF STATES’
            LEGISLATIVE PRECURSOR CONTROL STRATEGIES
                  Patrick R. Gartin, Missouri State University; Tomminesha Matchingtouch, Missouri State
                  University

            DRUG CARTELS, METH USE, AND OTHER ISSUES IN INDIAN COUNTY: A PRELIMINARY
            ANALYSIS
                  Amy Proctor, Northeastern State University; Blake Hanewinkle, Northeastern State University;
                  Shaina Scoggins, Northeastern State University; Suzanne Drywater, Cherokee Nation Marshals
                  Service

            EDUCATING THE EDUCATORS: METH-COGNITION AND TRAINING FOR FRONT LINE
            PERSONNEL
                 Eric S. See, Methodist University; George Hendricks, Methodist University


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM          EVENT #18                                              City View 5, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: UNDERSTANDING SEXUAL ASSAULT
                  Chair: Philip Kavanaugh, Penn State Harrisburg

            SEXUAL ASSAULT VICTIMS DECISION TO REPORT TO POLICE: FINDINGS FROM A STATEWIDE
            SAMPLE OF VICTIMS
                 Meghan Alderden, Saint Xavier University; Theodore Cross, University of Illinois, Urbana-
                 Champaign

            THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN WOMEN’S SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS AND THEIR SEXUAL
            ASSAULT VICTIMIZATION: AN INDIVIDUAL-LEVEL ANALYSIS
                  Don Chon, Auburn University at Montgomery

            THE IMPACT OF CAMPUS GRANTS TO REDUCE VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN ON RAPE
            STATISTICS
                  Jane E. Palmer, American University

            DISPOSITIONAL AND LIFESTYLE PREDICTORS OF VARIED FORMS OF SEXUAL ASSAULT IN
            URBAN NIGHTLIFE
                  Philip Kavanaugh, Penn State Harrisburg
                                             Wednesday, March 20, 2013




8:00 AM – 9:15 AM          EVENT #19                                               City View 6, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: PERCEPTIONS FROM THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE CLASSROOM
                  Chair: Carol Veneziano, Southeast Missouri State University

            ATTRIBUTIONS ABOUT THE CAUSES OF POVERTY: DO ATTITUDES CHANGE AS A RESULT OF
            KNOWLEDGE?
                  Carol Veneziano, Southeast Missouri State University

            THE THICK BLUE LINE: ASSESSING STUDENT PERCEPTIONS OF INSTRUCTOR EFFICACY IN
            TERMS OF A CAREER–BASED CRIMINAL JUSTICE EDUCATION
                  Michele Bratina, Keiser University West Palm Beach; Robin Shepett, Keiser University West
                  Palm Beach

            PRACTITIONERS IN THE ACADEMIC SETTING: PERSPECTIVES FROM STUDENTS
                  Daniel Murphy, Lynchburg College

            STUDENTS’ PERCEPTIONS OF THE UTILITY OF OFFENDER ACCOUNTS IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE
            EDUACTION
                 Karen Miner-Romanoff, Franklin University


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM          EVENT #20                                               City View 7, 4th Fl.
            ROUNDTABLE: INTEGRATING POLICE PRESERVICE TRAINING AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE
            EDUCATION LEARNING OUTCOMES

                    Moderator: Richard H. Martin, Mercer University

                    Discussants: David Levine, Dona Ana Community College; Matt McCarthy, Northeast
                    Community College; Thomas Ziesemer, College of Central Florida


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM          EVENT #21                                               City View 8, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: INVESTIGATING DRUG USE – CURRENT RESEARCH
                  Chair: Anthony G. Vito, University of Louisville

            ADOLESCENT STEROID USE: A USE OF LOGISTIC REGRESSION
                 Anthony G. Vito, University of Louisville

            EXAMINING THE EFFECTS OF AGE AT ONSET OF SMOKING, DRINKING, AND MARIJUANA USE
            ON LATER USE OF ILLICIT HARD DRUGS
                  Jina Lee, Michigan State University; Dae-Hoon Kwak, Illinois State University

            JUVENILE RISK FACTORS OF INHALANT USE: A COMPARISON TO ALCOHOL AND MARIJUANA
                  Linda Susan Jacoby, University of Nebraska Omaha; Danielle J.S. Bailey, University of
                  Nebraska Omaha

            SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND CO-OCCURRING DISORDERS
                 Beth Ellefson, University of Cincinnati; Jamie Snyder, University of West Florida
                                             Wednesday, March 20, 2013




8:00 AM – 10:45 AM          EVENT #22                                               Trinity 3, 3rd Fl.
                            ACJS 2013 Section Leadership Meeting

9:00 AM – 10:30 AM          Coffee Bar                                              Lone Star C, 2nd Fl.


9:00 AM – 5:00 PM           Exhibit Hall Open                                       Lone Star C, 2nd Fl.


9:30 AM – 10:45 AM          EVENT #23                               Majestic 2, 37th Fl.
                            Southern Region Executive Board Meeting


9:30 AM – 10:45 AM          EVENT #24                                               Majestic 3, 37th Fl.
                            ACJS Public Policy Committee Meeting


9:30 AM – 10:45 AM          EVENT #25                                               Majestic 4, 37th Fl.
                            Western Region Executive Board Meeting


9:30 AM – 10:45 AM          EVENT #26                                Majestic 5, 37th Fl.
                            Southwest Region Executive Board Meeting


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM           EVENT #27                                Majestic 6, 37th Fl.
                            Northeast Region Executive Board Meeting


9:30 AM – 10:45 AM          EVENT #28                                               Majestic 9, 37th Fl.
                            Midwest Region Executive Board Meeting


9:30 AM – 10:45 AM          EVENT #29                                               Lone Star A2, 2nd Fl.

            FEATURE ROUNDTABLE: CELEBRATING ROSLYN MURASKIN

                     Moderator: Janice Joseph, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey

                     Discussants: Rosemary Gido, Indiana University of Pennsylvania; Mary K. Stohr, Missouri
                     State University; Everette Penn, University of Houston, Clear Lake
                                             Wednesday, March 20, 2013




9:30 AM – 10:45 AM         EVENT #30                                                 Live Oak, 2nd Fl.
            PANEL: CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN POLICING: POLICE-ETHNICITY, ON-THE-JOB ASSAULTS
            AND INMATES’ ATTITUDES TOWARD THE POLICE
                  Chair: Warren Dukes, Saint Augustine’s College

            EXPLORING ‘POLICE-ETHNICITY’ IN RELATION TO A SOCIALLY CONSTRUCTED DOUBLE-
            CONSCIOUSNESS IN BLACK POLICE OFFICERS
                 Warren Dukes, Saint Augustine’s College

            AN OFFICER’S PERCEPTION OF HIS/HER OCCUPATIONAL ROLE AND ITS EFFECT ON THE
            LIKELIHOOD/FREQUENCY OF ON-THE-JOB ASSAULT
                   John Shjarback, Arizona State University; Peter Liu, Monmouth University

            FEMALE INMATES’ PROCEDURAL JUSTICE PERCEPTIONS OF THE POLICE AND COURTS: IS
            THERE A SPILL-OVER OF POLICE EFFECTS?
                  Thomas Baker, Virginia Commonwealth University; William Pelfrey, Virginia Commonwealth
                  University; Marc Gertz, Florida State University; Laura Bedard, Corrections Corporation of
                  America; Karla Dhungana, Florida State University; Kristin Golden, New Jersey Department of
                  Law and Public Safety


9:30 AM – 10:45 AM         EVENT #31                                                 State Room 1, 3rd Fl.

            PANEL: POLICING IN TIMES OF CHANGE
                  Chair: Larry Gaines, California State University, San Bernardino

            THE IMPACT OF A CITY GOING BANKRUPT ON THE POLICE: A CASE STUDY OF SAN
            BERNARDINO
                  Larry Gaines, California State University, San Bernardino; Christine Famega, California State
                  University, San Bernardino

            THE AFTERMATH: POST-CONSENT DECREE ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION OF THE NEW
            JERSEY STATE POLICE
                  Kristin Golden, New Jersey Department of Law and Public Safety; Christina Glogoff, New Jersey
                  Department of Law and Public Safety

            SHERIFF/CORONER: THE EFFECTS OF DUAL-OFFICE IN CALIFORNIA COUNTIES
                  Robert Dunkley, Colorado State Community College at Pueblo

            AN ANALYSIS OF FORSYTH COUNTY C.I.T. TRAINING
                  Kimya Dennis, Salem College; Carla Bryant, Mental Health Association in Forsyth County, Inc.,
                  North Carolina



9:30 AM – 10:45 AM         EVENT #32                                                 State Room 2, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: POLICING TRENDS AND CHALLENGES
                  Chair: Michelle Y. Richter, St. Edward’s University

            THE CENTER FOR PROBLEM-ORIENTED POLICING: A DECADE OF ADVANCING DEVELOPMENT
            AND PRACTICE OF PROBLEM-ORIENTED POLICING
                  Ken Peak, University of Nevada, Reno
                                               Wednesday, March 20, 2013



            POLICE CRISIS INTERVENTION (CIT) RESPONSE BY CENSUS TRACT DATA IN A LARGE,
            SOUTHERN, URBAN CENTER
                  Michelle Y. Richter, St. Edward's University

            TRENDS IN POLICING: RETHINKING POLICE SERVICES AND CRIME CONTROL
                 Rick Parent, Simon Fraser University

            EVALUATING SATURATION PATROL DAYS AND OFFICERS ON PROBABILITIES OF HISPANIC
            SURNAME CHECKING AND STOP LENGTH
                 Ralph B. Taylor, Temple University


9:30 AM – 10:45 AM           EVENT #33                                                  State Room 3, 3rd Fl.

            FEATURE ROUNDTABLE: POLICE-CITIZEN ENCOUNTERS: AN INTERNATIONAL COMPARISON

                     Moderator: Geoffrey Alpert, University of South Carolina

                     Discussants: Louise Porter, Griffith University; Dennis Rosenbaum, University of Illinois; Jeff
                     Rojek, University of South Carolina; James O’Keefe, New York Police Department



9:30 AM – 10:45 AM           EVENT #34                                                  State Room 4, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: THE EFFECTS OF EXTRALEGAL FACTORS ON PRETRIAL RELEASE DECISIONS
                  Chair: Mia Green, Bridgewater State University

            THE IMPACT OF EXTRALEGAL CHARACTERISTICS ON RECOGNIZANCE RELEASE AMONG
            FELONY DEFENDANTS
                  Mia Green, Bridgewater State University

            THE EFFECT OF SEX ON DETENTION STATUS IN FEDERAL COURT
                  Angela K. Reitler, University of Cincinnati

            AN EXAMINATION OF PRETRIAL RELEASE DECISION/ OUTCOMES: ARE THERE RACIAL
            DIFFERENCES AMONG FELONY OFFENDERS IN MISSISSIPPI?
                  Rochelle E. Cobbs, Mississippi Valley State University; Arthur Moghalu, Mississippi Valley State
                  University

            PRETRIAL RELEASE MECHANISMS IN DALLAS COUNTY AND THEIR IMPACT ON RECIDIVISM
            AND ABSCONDING
                  Robert G. Morris, University of Texas at Dallas; Amanda L. Russell-Kaplan, University of Texas t
                  Dallas


9:30 AM – 10:45 AM           EVENT #35                                                  Trinity 1, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: CRIMINAL PROCEDURE: CRITIQUE
                  Chair: Harrison Watts, Washburn University

            THE DEATH OF THE ADVERSARIAL MODEL OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE?
                  Roger I. Roots, Fair Procedure Initiative
                                             Wednesday, March 20, 2013



            THE OBAMA KILL LIST AND THE STATE OF EFFORTS AGAINST IT
                  Roger I. Roots, Fair Procedure Initiative

            INNOCENCE COMMISSIONS IN AMERICA: POLITICAL HOT POTATOES WITH COOL IDEAS
                  Sarah L. Cooper, Birmingham City University

            EXPLORING ENFORCEMENT PROBLEMS WITH THE TEXAS FLAG DESTRUCTION STATUTE: A
            CASE STUDY OF THE TEXAS 46TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
                  Harrison Watts, Washburn University; Mike Manske, Washburn University; Gretchen Choe,
                  University of North Texas at Dallas

            WHAT DOES AN ILLEGAL IMMIGRANT LOOK LIKE?
                  Stephane J. Kirven, Sacred Heart University


9:30 AM – 10:45 AM          EVENT #36                                             Trinity 2, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: THEORIES: SEARCHING FOR MEANING
                  Chair: Thomas E. Reed, Eastern Kentucky University

            EXPERIENCING INJUSTICE – CRITIQUING AND RESISTING THE PROCESS OF DEFINING A SEX
            OFFENDER PAROLEE
                  Emily Troshynski, University of Las Vegas, Nevada

            PARTYING WITH A PURPOSE: THE SEARCH FOR MEANING IN AN ONLINE 'PNP' SUBCULTURE
                  Brian Jay Frederick, University of Kent

            CAPITALISM, RACISM AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE: A THEORY OF MASS INCARCERATION
                  Melissa Hickman Barlow, Fayetteville State University

            FRAMING CONTRASTING VALUE TRIADS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE: FREEDOM, EQUALITY, AND
            DIGNITY
                  Thomas E. Reed, Eastern Kentucky University


9:30 AM – 10:45 AM          EVENT #37                                             Trinity 4, 3rd Fl.
            ROUNDTABLE: BORO HARAM TERRORISM: STRATEGIES IN DEALING WITH AL QAEDA
            AGENTS IN NIGERIA

                     Moderator: Obi N.I. Ebbe, The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

                     Discussants: Jonathan Odo, Cameron University; Charles Ubah, Georgia College and State
                     University; Charles Ochie, Albany State College
                                             Wednesday, March 20, 2013




9:30 AM – 10:45 AM          EVENT #38                                               Trinity 5, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: ANTECEDENTS OF PLACE, SUBSTANCE USE, AND EXPOSURE TO VIOLENCE ON
            GANG MEMBERSHIP AND VICTIMIZATION
                  Chair: Nadine M. Connell, University of Texas at Dallas

            GANG MEMBERSHIP AND NEIGHBORHOOD CHARACTERISTICS: THEIR RELATIVE INFLUENCE
            ON THE JOURNEY TO CRIME
                  Edward B. Reeves, Institute for Regional Analysis and Public Policy; Paul D. Steele, Center for
                  Justice Studies

            STREET CODE AND VIOLENT VICTIMIZATION: DISENTANGLING THE EFFECTS OF GANG
            MEMBERSHIP, DRUG DEALING, AND STREET VALUES
                 Kristin Swartz, University of Louisville; Pamela Wilcox, University of Cincinnati; Amy
                 Stutzenburger, University of Cincinnati

            EXAMINING THE LINKAGE BETWEEN EDUCATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT, FAMILY BACKGROUND
            AND DELINQUENCY AMONG URBAN YOUTH
                  LaShawndra Hooks, Hampton University: Zina T. McGee, Hampton University

            DOES IN-SCHOOL VICTIMIZATION LEAD TO SUBSTANCE USE? A LONGITUDINAL ANALYSIS
                  Nadine M. Connell, University of Texas at Dallas; Robert G. Morris, University of Texas at Dallas


9:30 AM – 10:45 AM          EVENT #39                                               City View 1, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: JAILS: DIVERSION, THERAPY, SUICIDE AND MENTAL HEALTH
                  Chair: Shani P. Wilfred, Valdosta State University

            SUICIDE IN JAIL INMATES: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY
                  Rupendra Simlot, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey; David Lester, Richard Stockton
                  College of New Jersey; Kevin McFarland, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey

            ASSESSING THE INFLUENCE OF FAMILIAL CONTACT ON INMATE MENTAL HEALTH STATUS
            AND DISCIPLINARY BEHAVIORS
                  Mari Pierce, Pennsylvania State University

            JAIL DIVERSION: IS IT ECONOMICALLY VIABLE?
                   Valerie Bell, Loras College; Colleen Sullivan, Loras College; Leonard Decker, Loras
                   College

            BEHAVIOR MODIFICATION THROUGH THE USE OF COLOR REALITY OR PERCEPTION
                  Shani P. Wilfred, Valdosta State University


9:30 AM – 10:45 AM          EVENT #40                                               City View 2, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: SPECIAL ISSUES WITHIN PRISONS
                  Chair: Beth Pelz, University of Houston-Downtown

            IN THE BEGINNING…AND 35 YEARS LATER: INTERVIEWS WITH A PRISON GANG MEMBER
                   Beth Pelz, University of Houston-Downtown

            INCARCERATED OFFENDERS’ ACCESS AND USE OF A SOCIAL NETWORKING SITE
                  Ursula Ann Lande, Georgia Military College
                                              Wednesday, March 20, 2013




            INMATES WHO RECEIVE VISITS IN PRISON: EXPLORING FACTORS THAT PREDICT
                  David Patrick Connor, University of Louisville; Richard Tewksbury, University of Louisville

            GROWING OLD IN PRISONS: RESULTS FROM A LONGITUDINAL STUDY
                 Margaret E. Leigey, The College of New Jersey


9:30 AM – 10:45 AM          EVENT #41                                                 City View 3, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS: PERCEPTIONS AND ELIGIBILITY
                  Chair: Stephen Cox, Central Connecticut State University

            THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PROBATION OFFICER SUPERVISION STRATEGIES AND JOB
            PERCEPTIONS
                  Stephen Cox, Central Connecticut State University; Jennifer Hedlund, Central Connecticut State
                  University; Raymond Tafrate, Central Connecticut State University; Damon Mitchell, Central
                  Connecticut State University

            ELECTRONIC MONITORING: OFFENDERS’ PERCEPTIONS OF THE SANCTION IN COMPARISON
            TO PRISON
                  Brian Payne, Georgia State University; David May, Mississippi State University; Peter Wood,
                  Eastern Michigan University

            UNDECIDED AND SKEPTICAL: PUBLIC PERCEPTIONS OF PROBATION OFFICER EFFICACY
                 Jody Sundt, Portland State University

            COMMUNITY SENTENCING: A LOOK BACK AT ELIGIBILITY ASSESSMENT
                 Joy Hadwiger, Troy University


9:30 AM – 10:45 AM          EVENT #42                                                 City View 4, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: PERSPECTIVES ON DRUG USE
                  Chair: Cheng-Hsien Lin, Lamar University

            SUBSTANCE USE AMONG GRANDPARENTS WHO TAKE CARE OF THEIR GRANDCHILD(REN)
                 Cheng-Hsien Lin, Lamar University

            PRESCRIPTION DRUG ABUSE: A POLICE PERSPECTIVE
                 Ralph A. Weisheit, Illinois State University; Giovanni M. Circo, Illinois State University; Michael
                 C. Gizzi, Illinois State University

            DESIGNER DRUGS WITH DEADLY CONSEQUENCES: A REVIEW OF CURRENT LITERATURE
                  Andra Lewis-Krick, University of North Texas

            POLICE OFFICER PERSPECTIVES ON THE PREVALENCE OF DRUG ABUSE INFLUENCE ON
            CRIME
                  Will Holt, University of Southern Mississippi
                                            Wednesday, March 20, 2013




9:30 AM – 10:45 AM          EVENT #43                                             City View 5, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: CHARACTERISTICS INFLUENCING SEXUAL VICTIMIZATION AND TRAFFICKING
                  Chair: Joan A. Reid, University of Massachusetts, Lowell

            UNWANTED SEX: THE EFFECTS OF HYPERMASCULINE BELIEFS
                 Dennis Brewster, Southeastern Oklahoma State University

            RISK FACTORS FOR SEXUAL VICTIMIZATION BY CRIME TYPE AND VICTIM-OFFENDER
            RELATIONSHIP
                   Julie Ahmad Siddique, CUNY Graduate Center, John Jay College of Criminal Justice

            HIDDEN IN PLAIN VIEW: EDUCATING THE PUBLIC ABOUT HUMAN TRAFFICKING
                  Phyllis Berry, Washburn University

            BY HOOK OR BY CROOK: VICTIM ENTRAPMENT SCHEMES OF CHILD SEX TRAFFICKERS
                  Joan A. Reid, University of Massachusetts, Lowell; Juliana Huard, University of Massachusetts,
                  Lowell


9:30 AM – 10:45 AM          EVENT #44                                             City View 6, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: SERVICE LEARNING: PROJECTS AND PREMISES
                  Chair: Danielle McDonald, Northern Kentucky University

            THE CITIZENSHP PROJECT: INCORPORATING CIVIC RESPONSIBILITY INTO THE CURRICULUM
            THROUGH COMMUNITY POLICING
                   Sindee Kerker, Lynn University

            TRANSFORMATIONAL SERVICE LEARNING IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE: FROM THEORY TO
            PRACTICE
                  Tana McCoy, Roosevelt University; Lance Hignite, Nevada State College

            A SERVICE-LEARNING APPROACH TO EDUCATION IN INDIA: A FULLBRIGHT-NEHRU
            EXPERIENCE
                  David Tushaus, Missouri Western State University

            SERVICE LEARNING & STUDENT PHILANTROPHY: BRINGING THE COMMUNITY INTO THE
            CLASSROOM
                  Danielle McDonald, Northern Kentucky University


9:30 AM – 10:45 AM          EVENT #45                                             City View 7, 4th Fl.
            ROUNDTABLE: TEACHING CRIMINAL JUSTICE: A DISCUSSION OF THE BEST PRACTICES OF
            CRIMINAL JUSTICE INSTRUCTORS

                     Moderator: Holly Dershem-Bruce, Dawson Community College

                     Discussants: Linda Forst, Shoreline Community College; Timothy Davis, Madisonville
                     Community College; Matt McCarthy, Northeast Community College; Richard Kuiters, Bergen
                     Community College; Stephen Szwejbka, Mercyhurst College North East Campus
                                              Wednesday, March 20, 2013




9:30 AM – 10:45 AM           EVENT #46                                               City View 8, 4th Fl.

            FEATURE ROUNDTABLE: SERVICE LEARNING AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE EDUCATION:
            INTEGRATING THEORY AND PRACTICE TO PROPEL STUDENT LEARNING AND ENHANCE
            CURRICULAR GOALS

                     Moderator: Ricky S. Gutierrez, California State University, Sacramento

                     Discussants: Stephanie Boys, Indiana University; Ronald Helms, Western Washington
                     University; Danielle McDonald, Northern Kentucky University; Maria Garase, Mercyhurst
                     University; Carrie Hagan, Indiana University; Sindee Kerker, Lynn College



11:00 AM – 12:15 PM          EVENT #47                                               Lone Star A2, 2nd Fl.

            FEATURE PANEL: JUSTICE QUARTERLY EDITOR’S SHOWCASE: NEW DIRECTIONS IN
            SENTENCING RESEARCH
                 Chair: Cassia Spohn, Arizona State University

            RECENT DEVELOPMENTS AND NEW DIRECTIONS IN SENTENCING RESEARCH
                 Jeffery Ulmer, Pennsylvania State University

            DEFENDING THE HOMELAND: JUDICIAL SENTENCING PRACTICES FOR FEDERAL IMMIGRATION
            OFFENSES
                 Rob Tillyer, University of Texas at San Antonio; Richard Hartley, University of Texas at San
                 Antonio

            THE TIME PENALTY: EXAMINING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TIME TO CONVICTION AND
            TRIAL VS. PLEA DISPARITIES IN SENTENCING
                   Mindy Bradley-Engen, University of Arkansas; Rodney L. Engen, University of Arkansas; Chris
                   Shields, University of Arkansas; Kelly Damphousse, University of Oklahoma; Brent J. Smith,
                   University of Arkansas

            RACIAL/ETHNIC DIFFERENTIALS IN SENTENCING TO INCARCERATION
                  William D. Bales, Florida State University; Alex R. Piquero, University of Texas at Dallas



11:00 AM – 12:15 PM          EVENT #48                                               Live Oak, 2nd Fl.

            PANEL: CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN POLICING
                  Chair: Corina Schulze, University of South Alabama

            FINDINGS FROM A NATIONAL SURVEY OF PRIVATE INVESTIGATIONS AGENCIES
                  Corina Schulze, University of South Alabama

            AN EXPLORATORY CONTENT ANALYSIS OF LAW ENFORCEMENT WEBSITES
                  John R. Tahiliani, Worcester State University
                                             Wednesday, March 20, 2013




            IMPACT OF URBAN MIGRATION ON CRIME AND THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM
                  Constance Kostelac, Simpson College; Lora Friedrich, Simpson College; Lisa Carponelli-Lovell,
                  Simpson College

            ARREST LIKELIHOOD AND ROUTINE ACTIVITIES THEORY
                 Grant Drawve, University of Arkansas-Little Rock; Jeffery Walker, University of Arkansas-Little
                 Rock


11:00 AM – 12:15 PM        EVENT #49                                               State Room 1, 3rd Fl.

            PANEL: INNOVATIVE AND UNDERSTUDIED ASPECTS OF POLICING
                  Chair: William King, Sam Houston State University

            ORGANIZATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL DETERMINANTS OF BALLISTIC IMAGING
            PRODUCTIVITY IN US CRIME LABORATORIES
                 William King, Sam Houston State University; Matthew Matusiak, Sam Houston State University;
                 Bradley Campbell, Sam Houston State University

            AN AUDIT OF ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS AMONG LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES IN
            WASHINGTON STATE
                  Blake Randol, Washington State University

            COMBINING COMPSTAT AND PROBLEM SOLVING: INTRODUCING CINCINNATI STARS
            (STRATEGIC & TACTICAL ANALYTIC REVIEW FOR SOLUTIONS)
                  Robin Engel, University of Cincinnati; John Eck, University of Cincinnati

            DRIVING FORCES: WHAT POLICE CHIEFS SAY ABOUT OFFICER-INVOLVED CRASHES
                  Carol Servino, University of Nevada Las Vegas


11:00 AM – 12:15 PM        EVENT #50                                               State Room 2, 3rd Fl.

            PANEL: TRAUMA, STRESS, AND BURN-OUT AMONG POLICE OFFICERS
                  Chair: Stephen A. Bishopp, University of Texas at Dallas

            GENDER DIFFERENCES IN POLICE STRESS AND TRAUMA: SELF-REPORTED STRESS AND
            TRAUMA TO A PEER COUNSELING HOTLINE
                 Joseph Pascarella, Violence Institute of New Jersey at University of Medicine and Dentistry of
                 New Jersey; Douglas Boyle, Violence Institute of New Jersey at University of Medicine and
                 Dentistry of New Jersey

            THERAPEUTIC COUNSELING TECHNIQUES FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT PERSONNEL WITH PTSD
                 Hank J. Brightman, U.S. Naval War College

            FROM EXPOSED TO EXHAUSTED: EXAMINING THE PREVALENCE OF COMPASSION FATIGUE
            AND BURNOUT AMONG INTERNET CRIMES AGAINST CHILDREN TASK FORCE MEMBERS
                  Patrick Quinn Brady, Boise State University; Lisa Growette-Bostaph, Boise State University

            AN EXAMINATION OF THE EFFECTS OF VIOLENT CRIME EXPOSURE ON POLICE SUICIDE,
            ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION, AND DIVORCE
                  Stephen A. Bishopp, University of Texas at Dallas
                                             Wednesday, March 20, 2013




11:00 AM – 12:15 PM         EVENT #51                                               State Room 3, 3rd Fl.

            PANEL: TECHNOLOGY AND TACTICS FOR IMPROVING POLICING EFFECTIVENESS
                  Chair: Jonathan Allen, Texas State University

            POLICE TACTICS IN HANDLING PUBLIC PROTESTS IN INDIA
                  Hanif Qureshi, University of Cincinnati; Arvind Verma, Indiana University

            POLICE INVESTIGATIVE STRATEGIES FOR UNRESOLVED HOMICIDES: A TALE OF TWO
            SURVEYS
                  Amber Reese, Colorado State University; Prabha Unnithan, Colorado State University

            THE IMPACT OF POLICE-MONITORED CCTV CAMERAS ON CRIME PATTERNS: A QUASI-
            EXPERIMENTAL STUDY IN THE METROPOLITAN CITY OF BURSA
                  Emirhan Darcan, Turkish National Police

            PROACTIVE AND REACTIVE PATROL: USING AUTOMATIC VEHICLE LOCATION DATA TO STUDY
            PATTERNS IN POLICE MOVEMENT
                  Jonathan Allen, Texas State University


11:00 AM – 12:15 PM         EVENT #52                                               State Room 4, 3rd Fl.

            PANEL: EMERGING CRIMINAL/JUVENILE JUSTICE RESEARCH FROM DALLAS COUNTY,
            TEXAS
                  Chair: Robert G. Morris, University of Texas at Dallas

            LAST CHANCE CAFÉ: CREATIVE TREATMENT IN JUVENILE PLACEMENT
                  Sara El Sayed, University of Texas at Dallas; Brie Diamond, University of Texas at Dallas;
                  Simon Fass, University of Texas at Dallas

            GIRLS PATHWAYS TO POST-ADJUDICATION RESIDENTIAL PLACEMENT
                  Pernilla Johansson, Dallas County Juvenile Department

            INTERVENING ON GIRLS AT RISK OF SEXUAL EXPLOITATION: RESULTS FROM THE ESTEEM
            COURT PILOT PROGRAM PROCESS EVALUATION
                  Amanda L. Russell-Kaplan, University of Texas at Dallas; Robert G. Morris, University of Texas
                  at Dallas

            THE IMPACT OF PRETRIAL RELEASE MECHANISMS ON FAILURE TO APPEAR IN COURT
                  Robert G. Morris, University of Texas at Dallas; Amanda L. Russell-Kaplan, University of Texas
                  at Dallas; Pernilla Johansson, Dallas County Juvenile Department


11:00 AM – 12:15 PM         EVENT #53                                               Trinity 1, 3rd Fl.

            PANEL: ISSUES RELATED TO REPRESENTATION
                  Chair: Jennifer Moore, DeSales University

            PLEADING FOR A GOOD LAWYER: EFFECTIVE ASSISTANCE OF COUNSEL AFTER MISSOURI V.
            FRYE AND LAFLER V. COOPER
                  Jennifer Moore, DeSales University
                                              Wednesday, March 20, 2013



            PROSECUTORIAL MISCONDUCT: A COUNTY-LEVEL EXAMINATION OF OCCURRENCES,
            CATALYSTS, AND RESPONSES
                  David Brody, Washington State University; Chyla Aguiar, Washington State University; Mia
                  Abboud, Washington State University

            INSTITUTIONALIZED INJUSTICE AS STATUS QUO
                   Diana Clayton, Rogers State University

            CRIMINAL DEFENSE AND ETHICS
                  Neil Guzzy, University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg

            THE IMPLICATIONS OF MISSOURI V. FRYE AND LAFLER V. COOPER ONE YEAR LATER
                  Eric Gentes, Rivier University


11:00 AM – 12:15 PM         EVENT #54                                                Trinity 2, 3rd Fl.

            PANEL: FEMALE MURDER AND TREATMENT ISSUES
                  Chair: Amanda Jacobs, Kennesaw State University

            A GENERAL STRAIN THEORY OF MATERNAL FILICIDE
                  Amy Proctor, Northeastern State University; Brenda Branham, Northeastern State University;
                  Shiann Wingfield, Northeastern State University

            INTEGRATIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY (IBT) FOR TRANSFORMATIVE REHABILITATION AND
            TREATMENT
                  Lynette Lee, California State University; Sacramento; Bidyut Bose, Niroga University; Faith
                  Johnston, California State University, Sacramento

            NIMBY: THE STIGMATIZATION OF MENTAL ILLNESS
                   Amanda Jacobs, Kennesaw State University

            THE PORTRAYAL OF FEMALE MURDER OFFENDERS AND VICTIMS IN CSI: CRIME SCENE
            INVESTIGATION
                  Jen Girgen, Salem State University


11:00 AM – 12:15 PM         EVENT #55                                                Trinity 3, 3rd Fl.

            PANEL: JUVENILE JUSTICE RESEARCH ON PREDICTION, RISK ASSESSMENT, RACE, AND
            RECIDIVISM
                  Chair: Ronald Craig, Walden University

            JUVENILE STATUS AND PRETRIAL RECIDIVISM
                  Kareem L. Jordan, University of Central Florida; Tina L. Freibuger, University of Wisconsin –
                  Milwaukee

            A COMPARISON OF EMPIRICALLY-BASED AND STRUCTURED PROFESSIONAL JUDGMENT
            ESTIMATION OF RISK USING THE STRUCTURED ASSESSMENT OF VIOLENCE RISK IN YOUTH
            (SAVRY)
                  Kristina Childs, University of Central Florida; Paul Frick, University of New Orleans; John Ryals,
                  Jefferson Parish (LA) Department of Juvenile Services
                                            Wednesday, March 20, 2013



            DISPROPORTIONATE MINORITY CONFINEMENT IN THE STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA: AN
            OVERVIEW
                  Tempest G. Alexander, North Carolina Central University; Lorna E. Grant, North Carolina
                  Central University

            IN SUPPORT OF A CONTINUAL SEAMLESS SYSTEM FOR JUVENILES
                  Charles Corley, Michigan State University; Paul Elam, Public Policy Associates


11:00 AM – 12:15 PM        EVENT #56                                              Trinity 4, 3rd Fl.

            PANEL: PREDICTORS AND PERCEPTIONS OF TERRORISM
                  Chair: Oko Elechi, Prairie View A & M University

            INDIVIDUAL LEVEL PREDICTORS OF GENDER BASED PERCEPTIONS AND RESPONSES TO
            TERRORISM
                   Christopher Salvatore, Montclaire State University

            EXPLORATORY EVALUATION OF THE RELATIONSHIP AMONG MORAL FOUNDATIONS,
            CRIMINAL JUSTICE, AND PERCEPTIONS OF TERRORISM
                  Raven Davis, Prairie View A&M University; Aisha Asby, Prairie View A & M University; Derek
                  Wilson, Prairie View A & M University; Oko Elechi, Prairie View A & M University; Alacia
                  Mobley, Prairie View A&M University

            A MULTIVARIATE ANALYSIS OF THE CONDITIONS BY WHICH AMERICANS SUPPORT THE USE
            OF FORCE IN HUMANITARIAN & TERRORISM SCENARIOS
                  Emanuel Boussios, State University of New York – NCC & Hofstra University

            PREDICTION MODELS OF TERRORISM
                  Susan Fahey, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey


11:00 AM – 12:15 PM        EVENT #57                                              Trinity 5, 3rd Fl.

            PANEL: DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL APPLICATIONS OF RESTORATIVE JUSTICE
                  Chair: Nicholas Jones, University of Regina

            EXPLORING FACTORS IMPACTING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF RESTORATIVE POLICING: AN
            INTERNATIONAL COMPARISON
                  Nicholas Jones, University of Regina

            RESTORATIVE JUSTICE: HOW SUCCESSFUL IS IT IN REDUCING CRIME?
                 Fatematul Jannat, Southern University

            TRANSITIONAL JUSTICE: FACTORS IMPACTING PREFERENCES FOR RETRIBUTIVE OR
            RESTORATIVE JUSTICE APPROACHES
                  Nicholas Jones, University of Regina; Stephan Parmentier, Katholieke Universiteit; Elmar
                  Weitekamp, University of Tubingen

            THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM: TOWARDS A RESTORATIVE JUSTICE
            FUTURE
                   Simeon Sungi, Central Washington University
                                            Wednesday, March 20, 2013




11:00 AM – 12:15 PM        EVENT #58                                                City View 1, 4th Fl.

            PANEL: RACE, ETHNICITY, AND VIOLENCE
                  Chair: Janice Joseph, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey

            EARNED INCOME TAX CREDIT AND HOMICIDE AMONG BLACKS AND HISPANICS
                 Michael I. Victor, University of Texas at Tyler

            VIOLENCE IN BRAZILIAN FAVELAS: THE INTERSECTION OF RACE, SOCIAL EXCLUSION AND
            MARGINALIZATION
                  Janice Joseph, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey

            CONFLICT PERSPECTIVE AND ITS INDIRECT IMPLICATIONS FOR JUVENILE AMENABILITY AND
            CULPABILITY
                  Doshie Piper, Praire View A&M University

            THE PATHOLOGY OF VIOLENCE IN URBAN AMERICA: A CRITIQUE OF BLACK ON BLACK
            VIOLENCE IN MARGINALIZED COMMUNITIES
                  Michael Mitchell, Texas Southern University


11:00 AM – 12:15 PM        EVENT #59                                                City View 2, 4th Fl.

            ROUNDTABLE: JAILS AND ACADEME AND CONTINUING CHANGE

                   Moderator: Ken Kerle, Kansas Jail Association/Washburn University

                   Discussants: Brandon K. Applegate, University of South Carolina; Robert J. Kasabian, American
                   Jail Association; Mary K. Stohr, Missouri State University; Peter A. Collins, Seattle University



11:00 AM – 12:15 PM        EVENT #60                                                City View 3, 4th Fl.

            PANEL: OFFENDER OUTCOMES IN THE COMMUNITY
                  Chair: Jody Sundt, Portland State University

            THE EFFECT OF THE CLIENT/PROBATION OFFICER RELATIONSHIP ON TECHNICAL
            VIOLATIONS
                  Jody Sundt, Portland State University; Tosha Vanerburg, Portland State University; Marcia
                  Perez, Portland State University; Paula Fata, Portland State University

            VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA LOS ANGELES (VOALA) ADULT CRIMINAL JUSTICE TREATMENT
            PROJECT: REDUCING RECIDIVISM
                 Elizabeth Perkins, Morehead State University; Lisa Shannon, Morehead State University

            BURNING BRAS AT THE JAILHOUSE DOOR: AN EXPLORATORY ANALYSIS OF PROGRAM
            COMPLETION AND RECIDIVISM OUTCOMES
                  Soraya Kawucha, University of North Texas

            DEVELOPING A REENTRY TYPOLOGY TO IMPROVE CASE MANAGEMENT AND COMMUNITY
            SUPERVISION
                 Zachary Hamilton, Washington State University; Christopher Campbell, Washington State
                 University; Elizabeth Hattenburg, Washington State University
                                            Wednesday, March 20, 2013




11:00 AM – 12:15 PM        EVENT #61                                               City View 4, 4th Fl.

            PANEL: EXAMINING MENTAL HEALTH, LEARNING DISABILITIES, AND SUICIDES AMONG
            SPECIAL NEEDS OFFENDERS
                  Chair: Camille Gibson, Prairie View A&M University

            MENTAL HEALTH AND JUVENILE DELINQUENCY CONNECTION: ADOLESCENTS
            PREDISPOSITION OR PSYCHOSIS
                  Corey R. Carlson, Prairie View A&M University; Camille Gibson, Prairie View A&M University

            LEARNING DISABILITIES AND DELINQUENT BEHAVIORS IN ADOLESCENTS: A COMPARISON OF
            THOSE WITH AND WITHOUT LEARNING DISABILITIES
                  Mary Evans, University of Southern Mississippi; Samantha Clinkinbeard, University of Nebraska-
                  Omaha; Pete Simi, University of Nebraska-Omaha

            A CRIMINAL JUSTICE RESPONSE TO MENTAL ILLNESS: A PROGRAM EVALUATION OF THE
            MEMPHIS CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAM (CIT) MODEL
                  Megan Magers, University of Central Florida

            LEGAL CONSEQUENCES, IF ANY, FOR THE SURVIVOR OF ATTEMPTED SUICIDE
                  Shelia Oakes, Eastern Kentucky University


11:00 AM – 12:15 PM        EVENT #62                                               City View 5, 4th Fl.

            PANEL: WORKING WITH VICTIMS
                  Chair: Meghan Stroshine, Marquette University

            THE EXTENT AND CONSEQUENCES OF VICARIOUS TRAUMA AMONG CRIMINAL JUSTICE
            PERSONNEL WORKING IN INDIAN COUNTRY
                  Jane E. Palmer, National Institute of Justice

            IN THE TRENCHES: WORKING WITH VICTIMS OF SEXUAL ASSAULT
                   Kelly Brown, Indiana University Kokomo

            JOB SATISFACTION OF VICTIM AND WITNESS ADVOCATES
                  Meghan Stroshine, Marquette University; M. Kevin Gray, University of Evansville


11:00 AM – 12:15 PM        EVENT #63                                               City View 6, 4th Fl.

            PANEL: TECHNOLOGY, MEDIA, AND THE CLASSROOM: FACEBOOK, FILMS, MUSIC, AND TV
                  Chair: Suzanne Godboldt, Missouri Western State University

            FACEBOOK AND PROFESSORS UNITE: USING SOCIAL MEDIA AS A LEARNING TOOL IN THE
            COLLEGE CLASSROOM
                 Shelly Lynn Clevenger, Illinois State University; Renee Lamphere, University of North Carolina-
                 Pembroke

            READING, WRITING, AND ROCK N ROLL: USING MUSIC AS A TEACHING TOOL IN CRIMINAL
            JUSTICE EDUCATION
                  Suzanne Godboldt, Missouri Western State University
                                            Wednesday, March 20, 2013




            FILM SEGMENTS USE AS EXAMPLES IN TEACHING FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY: CASE EXAMPLE
                   Ronn Johnson, University of San Diego; Lauren Stern, University of San Diego

            FX: NOT JUST FOR HOLLYWOOD
                  Amy Rodgers, Southern Oregon University; Lee Ayers, Southern Oregon University



11:00 AM – 12:15 PM         EVENT #64                                              City View 7, 4th Fl.

            ROUNDTABLE: FOCUS ON EVALUATING OPTIONS FOR IMPLEMENTING AND ASSESSING AN
            INFORMATION LITERACY COMPONENT WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE

                     Moderator: David F. Owens, Onondaga Community College

                     Discussants: Carolyn S. D’Argenio, Onondaga Community College; Jessica Field, Onondaga
                     Community College


11:00 AM – 12:15 PM         EVENT #65                                              City View 8, 4th Fl.

            PANEL: TEACHING AND ASSESSING CRIMINAL JUSTICE COURSES: DESIGN AND
            CONFLUENCE AIMED AT ENHANCING STUDENT LEARNING
                  Chair: Barbara Peat, Indiana University Northwest

            DESIGNING A CAPSTONE COURSE AND ASSESSING OUTCOMES
                  Barbara Peat, Indiana University Northwest

            ASSESSING THE BOUNDARIES BETWEEN CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND CRIMINOLOGY
                 Kevin Steinmetz, Sam Houston State University; Brian Schaefer, University of Louisville;
                 Rolando V. del Carmen, Sam Houston State University

            “I CAN’T SELL THE BOOK BACK IF I MARK IN IT” AND OTHER REASONS WHY THEY DON’T READ
                    Arthur Garrison, Kutztown University

            PURCHASING COUNTERFEIT: THE COLLEGE EXPERIENCE
                 Jennifer Gossett, Indiana University of Pennsylvania; Stacie Merken, Indiana University of
                 Pennsylvania; Holly Sarinic, Indiana University of Pennsylvania


12:00 PM – 5:00 PM          Employment Exchange Open                               Lone Star A1, 2nd Fl.


12:30 PM – 1:45 PM          EVENT #66                                              Lone Star A2, 2nd Fl.

            PANEL: DISTINGUISHED RESEARCH ON WHITE-COLLAR CRIME
                  Chair: Brian K. Payne, Georgia State University

            EXCUSING AND JUSTIFYING IDENTITY THEFT: THE ROLE OF OFFENDER CHARACTERISTICS IN
            THE USE AND HONORING OF ACCOUNTS
                  Heith Copes, University of Alabama at Birmingham; Lynne M. Veiraitis, University of Texas at
                  Dallas; Stephanie Cardwell, University of Alabama at Birmingham; Arthur Vasquez, University of
                  Texas at Dallas
                                              Wednesday, March 20, 2013




            THE INTERPLAY OF GENDER AND ETHICS IN CORPORATE OFFENDING DECISION MAKING
                   Nicole Leeper Piquero, University of Texas at Dallas; Lynne M. Veiraitis, University of Texas at
                   Dallas; Alex R. Piquero, University of Texas at Dallas; Stephen G. Tibbetts, California State
                   University-San Bernardino

            TELEMARKETING FRAUD AND THE ELDERLY
                 Christina Policastro, Georgia State University

            STRAIN THEORY AND THE OCCUPATIONAL WHITE-COLLAR OFFENDER
                  Paul Klenowski, Clarion University


12:30 PM – 1:45 PM          EVENT #67                                                Live Oak, 2nd Fl.
            PANEL: EXAMINING INTERPERSONAL VIOLENCE
                  Chair: Janice Joseph, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey

            THE EFFECTS OF INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE ON DRUG USE AND MENTAL HEALTH FOR
            MEN AND WOMEN INVOLVED IN THE NYSFS STUDY
                  Sara Simmons, Sam Houston State University; Kelly Knight, Sam Houston State University

            THE CYCLE OF VIOLENCE & SELF HARMFULNESS: NEGLECTING THE NEGLECTED
                  Amanda E. Whitney, Slippery Rock University; Melissa Maczis, Slippery Rock University; Patrick
                  J. Harvey, Slippery Rock University

            FEMALE VICTIMS OF VIOLENCE: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS
                 Janice Joseph, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey


12:30 PM – 1:45 PM          EVENT #68                                                State Room 1, 3rd Fl.

            PANEL: ASKING TOUGH QUESTIONS IN POLICE ORGANIZATIONS
                  Chair: Stephen Morreale, Worcester State University/ Walden University

            THE WILLINGNESS TO SUPPORT FOR RESERVE EVIDENCE BASED LAW ENFORCEMENT
                  Samuel Arungwa, Prairie View A&M University; Solomon Osho, Prairie View A&M University

            OUTPOSTS IN ENEMY TERRORITORY: THE HARDENING OF POLICE STATIONS SINCE 9-11
                 Jim Ruiz, Penn State Harrisburg; Kristin Agnew, Penn State Harrisburg; Jonathan Lee, Penn
                 State Harrisburg

            ASSESSING LETHAL FORCE LIABILITY DECISIONS AND HUMAN FACTORS RESEARCH
                 Darrell Ross, Valdosta State University

            ROLE OF ACADEMICS IN SUPPORTING POLICE RESEARCH AND PLANNING FUNCTIONS
                  Stephen Morreale, Worcester State University/Walden University; Brenda Bond, Suffolk
                  University
                                            Wednesday, March 20, 2013




12:30 PM – 1:45 PM         EVENT #69                                              State Room 2, 3rd Fl.

            PANEL: FORENSICS AND HOMICIDE INVESTIGATIONS
                  Chair: Michael E. Buerger, Bowling Green State University

            THE FUTURE OF FORENSICS
                  Michael E. Buerger, Bowling Green State University; Bernard H. Levin, Blue Ridge Community
                  College

            EFFECTIVE HOMICIDE INVESTIGATIONS: BEST PRACTICES AND ORGANIZATION CHANGE
                  David L. Carter, Michigan State University

            COLD CASE HOMICIDE: ASSESSMENT AND IDENTIFICATION FOR RESOLUTION
                  Scott Henrie, Utah State University; Richard Walton, Utah State University

            COORDINATED CODE ENFORCEMENT, CITIZEN PERCEPTIONS OF THE POLICE, AND
            COMMUNITY SAFETY
                 Michael Jenkins, University of New Haven; John DeCarlo, University of New Haven; Judith R.
                 Dicine, University of New Haven


12:30 PM – 1:45 PM         EVENT #70                                              State Room 3, 3rd Fl.

            PANEL: ISSUES IN POLICE EVALUATION
                  Chair: Brian Withrow, Texas State University, San Marcos

            EXPLORING ALTERNATIVE BENCHMARKS IN RACIAL PROFILING – A RESEARCH NOTE
                 Brian Withrow, Texas State University, San Marcos

            POLICING PEOPLE AT PLACES: IMPLICATIONS OF THE PHILADELPHIA SMART POLICING
            EXPERIMENT
                  Evan Sorg, Temple University; Elizabeth Groff, Temple University

            AN EXAMINATION OF POLICE SEARCH WARRANT EXECUTION: PROPOSED METHODOLOGY
                  Lynn Pazzani, Delta State University

            BUSTED! A 50-YEAR CROSS-SECTIONAL EXAMINATION OF HISTORICAL ARREST DATA
                 Nova McCuller, Louisiana State University; Chris Hale, Louisiana State University


12:30 PM – 1:45 PM         EVENT #71                                              State Room 4, 3rd Fl.

            PANEL: DRUG COURTS: WHAT WORKS?
                  Chair: Andrew Fulkerson, Southeast Missouri State University

            THE WEBB COUNTY DRUG COURT: UNCOVERING BEST PRACTICES FOR HISPANIC DRUG
            COURT PARTICIPANTS
                  Kelly Frailing, Texas A&M International University; Diana Carreon, Texas A&M International
                  Univeristy

            THE PATH TO THE DRUG COURT
                  Andrew Fulkerson, Southeast Missouri State University; Linda Keena, The University of
                  Mississippi
                                             Wednesday, March 20, 2013




            EXAMINING RESPONSIVITY OF DRUG COURTS THROUGH AN ANALYSIS OF FAILURE
                  Zachary Hamilton, Washington State University; Sara Enyeart, Washington State University

            DRUG COURTS, WOMEN, AND RACE
                  Bernadette J. Holmes, Norfolk State University; Michael Fischer, Norfolk State University; Doris
                  Edmonds, Norfolk State University; Carla Miller, Norfolk State University


12:30 PM – 1:45 PM          EVENT #72                                               Trinity 1, 3rd Fl.

            PANEL: ISSUES RELATED TO CRIMINAL EVIDENCE AND PERCEPTION
                  Chair: Mai Naito, Sam Houston State University

            EYEWITNESS MISIDENTIFICATION AT THE STATE LEVEL: ANALYSIS OF STATE SUPREME
            COURT CASES
                  Mai Naito, Sam Houston State University; Michael S. Vaughn, Sam Houston State University

            EXPERT WITNESS RESUME FRAUD
                 Roy Fenoff, Michigan State University

            JUROR BIAS BASED ON GENDER IDENTITY
                  Lisa M. Olson, University of North Dakota

            IDENTIFYING MISSING AND UNIDENTIFIED PERSONS: A NEW METHODOLOGY
                   Andrea L. Blume, Central Washington University


12:30 PM – 1:45 PM          EVENT #73                                               Trinity 2, 3rd Fl.

            PANEL: CROSS-CULTURAL AND INTERNATIONAL APPLICATIONS OF CONTROL THEORIES
                  Chair: Erin Grant, Texas State University

            A TEST OF THE SELF-CONTROL THEORY IN A MEXICAN POPULATION
                  Erin Grant, Texas State University

            SOCIAL BONDS, JUVENILE DELINQUENCY, AND KOREAN ADOLESCENTS: A LONGITUDINAL
            ANALYSIS OF HIRSCHI’S SOCIAL CONTROL THEORY
                  Bryce E. Peterson, John Jay College; Daiwon Lee, John Jay College; Michelle Cubellis, John
                  Jay College; Alana M. Henniger, John Jay College

            THE NECESSITY FOR AFROCENTRIC CRIMINOLOGICAL THEORY
                  Adewale A. Olutola, Tshwane University of Technology
                                              Wednesday, March 20, 2013




12:30 PM – 1:45 PM           EVENT #74                                               Trinity 3, 3rd Fl.

            FEATURE ROUNDTABLE: EXAMINING POLITICS, POLICIES, AND PROGRAMS IN JUVENILE
            CORRECTIONS

                     Moderator: Peter Benekos, Mercyhurst University

                     Discussants; Jennifer Balboni, Curry College; Alison Burke, Southern Oregon University;
                     Kareem Jordan, University of Central Florida; Chad Trulson, University of North Texas



12:30 PM – 1:45 PM           EVENT #75                                               Trinity 4, 3rd Fl.

            PANEL: TERRORISM: POLICY CHANGE AND LEGISLATIVE IMPACT
                  Chair: Summer M. Jackson, University of Oklahoma

            POST-SEPTEMBER 11TH POLICY CHANGES
                  Summer M. Jackson, University of Oklahoma; Kelly Damphousse, University of Oklahoma;
                  Brent L. Smith, University of Arkansas

            THE NATIONAL DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION ACT FOR FISCAL YEAR 2012: BATTLEFIELD EARTH
                  Nathan Goetting, Adrian College

            THE HISTORY & AUTHORITY OF OPINIONS BY THE ATTORNEY GENERAL AND THE OFFICE OF
            LEGAL COUNSEL
                  Arthur Garrison, Kutztown University

            AYUDA! AN EXAMINATION OF THE U.S. BORDER PATROL AND ITS ANTI-TERRORISM
            INTELLIGENCE AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS
                   Ronn Johnson, University of San Diego; Rande Matteson, St. Leo University


12:30 PM – 1:45 PM           EVENT #76                                               Trinity 5, 3rd Fl.

            PANEL: COMPARATIVE GANG RISK AND PARTICIPATION
                  Chair: Thomas Winfree, Jr., Arizona State University

            YOUTH GANGS IN CONTEMPORARY CHINA
                 Lening Zhang, Saint Francis University

            GANG MIGRATION: PATTERNS AND MOTIVES OF MIGRATION OF MARA SALVATRUCHA 13 AND
            OTHER SALVADORAN GANGS INTO THE U. S.
                 Alejandro A. Ferrer, Sam Houston State University

            SELF ESTEEM, RELIGIOSITY, FAMILY RITUALS, PARTICIPATION IN CONFORMING ACTIVITIES &
            DELINQUENCY: COMPARISON OF 3 COUNTRIES
                  Ismail D. Gunes, Turkish National Police Academy; Ruslan Zholdoshbaev, Turkish National
                  Police Academy

            DRUG USE, GANGS, RISK DOMAINS, AND INTRA-NATIONAL GEOPOLITICS: CORRELATES OF
            YOUTH VICTIMIZATIONS IN BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA
                  Thomas Winfree, Jr., Arizona State University
                                                Wednesday, March 20, 2013




12:30 PM – 1:45 PM           EVENT #77                                                   City View 1, 4th Fl.

            OPEN SEMINAR: SYNTHESIZING RESEARCH, SERVICE LEARNING, GRANT OPPORTUNITIES,
            AND COMMUNITY SERVICE

                     Facilitators: Nicolle Parsons-Pollard, Virginia State University; Isis N. Walton, Virginia State
                     University


12:30 PM – 1:45 PM           EVENT #78                                                   City View 2, 4th Fl.

            PANEL: ISSUES ASSOCIATED WITH PRISON PROGRAMMING
                  Chair: Erin Harbinson, University of Cincinnati

            INMATE PERCEPTIONS OF PRISON INDUSTRIES EMPLOYMENT: A LOOK AT THE
            PENNSYLVANIA CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIES PROGRAM
                  Kerry M. Richmond, Lycoming College

            BARRIERS IN IMPLEMENTATION: AN EVALUATION OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF A COGNITIVE
            BEHAVIORAL PROGRAM IN A PRISON SETTING
                  Erin Harbinson, University of Cincinnati; Mirlinda Ndrecka, University of New Haven; Carrie
                  Sullivan, University of Cincinnati; Edward Latessa, University of Cincinnati

            REHABILITATIVE PROGRAM OFFERINGS AND PRISON SAFETY WITH THE RISE OF PRIVATE
            PRISONS
                  Richard Lee Rogers, Youngstown State University; Travis Battiest, Youngstown State University

            CASE WORKERS PERSPECTIVES ON BARRIERS THEY ENCOUNTER IN WORKING WITH
            INCARCERATED MOTHERS
                  Jill D’Angelo, Buffalo State College; Thomas Needle, Buffalo State College


12:30 PM – 1:45 PM           EVENT #79                                                   City View 3, 4th Fl.

            PANEL: FAITH-BASED ORGANIZATIONS AND REENTRY
                  Chair: Jiletta L. Kubena, Our Lady of the Lake University

            EFFECTIVENESS OF A FAITH-BASED REENTRY PROGRAM: A CASE STUDY
                  Jiletta L. Kubena, Our Lady of the Lake University; Cynthia Phillips, Our Lady of the Lake
                  University

            EVALUATING A FAITH-BASED DIVERSION AND REENTRY PROGRAM: WHO GRADUATES?
                 Melissa J. Stacer, University of Southern Indiana; Melinda Roberts York, University of Southern
                 Indiana

            THE EFFICACY OF FAITH-BASED ORGANIZATIONS IN OFFENDER REINTEGRATION
                  Don Hummer, Penn State Harrisburg; Kadee Brinser, Penn State Harrisburg; Christina Miranda,
                  Penn State Harrisburg; Keanna Seabrooks, Penn State Harrisburg

            INTEGRATING OFFENDERS INTO CHURCH CONGREGATIONS: A SURVEY OF CHRISTIAN
            CHURCH MEMBERS IN NORTH CAROLINA
                  Mark Jones, East Carolina University; Barbara Sims, Mars Hill College; Shamaree Cromartie,
                  East Carolina University
                                             Wednesday, March 20, 2013




12:30 PM – 1:45 PM          EVENT #80                                               State Room 4, 4th Fl.

            PANEL: MURDER IN THE FAMILY
                  Chair: Sharlette Annette Kellum, Texas Southern University

            CHILDREN WHO MURDER WITHIN THE FAMILY
                  Sharlette Annette Kellum, Texas Southern University

            HOW BEST FRIEND TURNS TO BE THE WORST ENEMY? THE PERSPECTIVES OF INTIMATE
            PARTNER FEMICIDE IN BANGLADESH
                 Eugene Hughley, Southern University-Baton Rouge; Fatematul Jannat, Southern University-
                 Baton Rouge

            LEGALITY OF CAUSING A MISCARRIAGE
                  Tobiah Steinmetz, Kutztown University

            DOMESTIC MOTIVATED HOMICIDES IN PUBLIC HOUSING AREAS
                 Eric Lesneskie, Western New England University


12:30 PM – 1:45 PM          EVENT #81                                               City View 5, 4th Fl.

            PANEL: ADOLESCENT AND YOUNG ADULT VICTIMIZATION AND BULLYING
                  Chair: Tammy Garland, University of Tennessee Chattanooga

            ADOLESCENT POLYVICTIMIZATION AND ITS ADULTHOOD IMPACT ON VICTIMIZATION RISK AND
            MENTAL HEALTH
                 Shannon Fowler, University of Houston-Downtown

            CONSEQUENCES OF SCHOOL VIOLENCE: PERSONAL COPING AND PROTECTION MEASURES
                 Brian R. Johnson, Grand Valley State University; Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa, Indiana State
                 University

            EXPLAINING NEGATIVE OUTCOMES AMONG LGBTQ YOUTH: VICTIMIZATION OR ISOLATION?
                  Deeanna M. Button, The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey

            BLAMING THE VICTIM: UNIVERSITY STUDENT ATTITUDES TOWARD BULLYING
                  Tammy S. Garland, University of Tennessee Chattanooga; Tara N. Richards, Appalachian State
                  University; Karen Miller, West Virginia Wesleyan College



12:30 PM – 1:45 PM          EVENT #82                                               City View 6, 4th Fl.

            PANEL: ENGAGING STUDENTS IN THE CLASSROOM: WRITING, SIMULATION, AND INTEGRAL
            PEDAGOGY
                  Chair: Stephanie Mizrahi, California State University, Sacramento

            GAINING A “LIVED” PERSPECTIVE OF THE DISADVANTAGED THROUGH JOURNALING
                  Erika Frenzel, Indiana University of Pennsylvania; Gabriela Wasileski, Indiana University
                  of Pennsylvania

            STUDENTS AS JUSTICES: WRITING, REVISING, AND EDITING A SUPREME COURT OPINION
                 Stephanie Mizrahi, California State University, Sacramento; Dan Melzer, California State
                 University Sacramento
                                             Wednesday, March 20, 2013




            APPLYING INTEGRAL PEDAGOGY IN THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE CLASSROOM
                  Mark James Fischler, Plymouth State University

            MAKING IT REAL: SIMULATION INFUSED EDUCATION
                  Christie Burgess, Southern Oregon University; Lee Ayers, Southern Oregon University; Juan
                  Gonzalez, Southern Oregon University; Sarah Pelzner, Southern Oregon University; Meloni
                  Morrison, Southern Oregon University; Alba Santos, Southern Oregon University

            SOCRATES, KOTTER, AND CANTWELL: OBSERVATIONS FROM 25 YEARS OF TEACHING AND
            ASSESSING CRIMINAL JUSTICE/CRIMINOLOGY STUDENTS
                 Ronald D. Hunter, Georgia Gwinnett College


12:30 PM – 1:45 PM          EVENT #83                                              City View 7, 4th Fl.
            ROUNDTABLE: ONLINE EDUCATION IN COMMUNITY COLLEGES: CHALLENGES AND BEST
            PRACTICES IN COURSE DEVELOPMENT, DESIGN AND EVALUATION (QM)

                     Moderator: B. Irene Britt, Ivy Tech Community College

                     Discussants: Carol Mathews, Century College; Holly Dershem-Bruce, Dawson Community
                     College; Benn Prybutok, Montgomery County Community College


12:30 PM – 1:45 PM          EVENT #84                                              City View 8, 4th Fl.

            ROUNDTABLE: USING ASSESSMENT FOR CURRICULUM AND STRATEGIC PLANNING

                     Moderator: Barbara Peat, Indiana University Northwest

                     Discussants: Darl H. Champion, Methodist University; Linda Dalton, University of San Diego;
                     Cassandra L. Reyes, West Chester University; Jerry E. Rose, Northwest Arkansas Community
                     College


2:00 PM – 3:15 PM           EVENT #85                                Majestic 2, 37th Fl.
                            ACJS Affirmative Action Committee Meeting


2:00 PM – 3:15 PM           EVENT #86                                              Majestic 3, 37th Fl.
                            ACJS Publications Committee Meeting


2:00 PM – 3:15 PM           EVENT #87                               Majestic 4, 37th Fl.
                            ACJS Constitution and By-Laws Committee
                            Meeting


2:00 PM – 3:15 PM           EVENT #88                                              Majestic 5, 37th Fl.
                            ACJS Ethics Committee Meeting
                                             Wednesday, March 20, 2013




2:00 PM – 3:15 PM           EVENT #89                                                Majestic 9, 37th Fl.
                            Regional Leadership Summit


2:00 PM – 3:15 PM           EVENT #90                                                Lone Star A2, 2nd Fl.

            FEATURE PANEL: JUSTICE QUARTERLY EDITOR’S SHOWCASE: NEW DIRECTIONS IN
            CORRECTIONS RESEARCH
                 Chair: Cassia Spohn, Arizona State University

            THE IMPORTANCE OF ECOLOGICAL CONTEXT FOR CORRECTIONAL REHABILITATION
            PROGRAMS: UNDERSTANDING THE MICRO AND MACRO DIMENSIONS OF SUCCESSFUL
            OFFENDER TREATMENT
                  Kevin Wright, Arizona State University; Travis Pratt, Arizona State University; Christopher
                  Lowenkamp, University of Cincinnati; Edwards Latessa, University of Cincinnati

            NEW DIRECTIONS IN CORRECTIONS RESEARCH
                  Natasha Frost, Northeastern University; Todd Clear, Rutgers University

            PRISON VISITATION AND RECIDIVISM: UNDERSTANDING THE EFFECTS OF INMATE
            EXPERIENCES ON REENTRY
                  Dan Mears, Florida State University; Joshua Cochran, Florida State University; Sonja Siennick,
                  Florida State University; William Bales, Florida State University

            OFFENDER REHABILITATION: EXAMINING CHANGES IN INMATE TREATMENT
            CHARACTERISTICS, PROGRAM PARTICIPATION, AND BEHAVIOR
                 Alyssa Chamberlain, Arizona State University

            THE EFFECTS OF MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE DISORDERS ON INSTITUTIONAL
            MISCONDUCT AMONG FEMALE INMATES
                  Kimberly Houser, Temple University; Steven Belenko, Temple University; Pauline Brennan,
                  University of Nebraska at Omaha


2:00 PM – 3:15 PM           EVENT #91                                                Lone Star A3, 2nd Fl.

            FEATURE ROUNDTABLE: THE FUTURE OF CAPITAL PUNISHMENT IN THE UNITED STATES

                    Moderator: Robert Bohm, University of Central Florida

                    Discussants: Gavin Lee, Delta State University; Dennis Longmire, Sam Houston State
                    University; Margaret Vandiver, University of Memphis; Gennaro F. Vito, University of Louisville
                                            Wednesday, March 20, 2013




2:00 PM – 3:15 PM          EVENT #92                                               Live Oak, 2nd Fl.

            FEATURE ROUNDTABLE: THE MERGER OF ACJS & ASC: HAS THE TIME COME?

                    Moderator: Craig Hemmens, Missouri State University

                    Discussant: Todd Clear, Rutgers University



2:00 PM – 3:15 PM          EVENT #93                                               State Room 1, 3rd Fl.

            PANEL: INTELLIGENCE-LED POLICING, POLICE FORCE SIZE, AND VOLUNTEERISM
                  Chair: Patricia Griffin, Saint Joseph’s University

            INTELLIGENCE-LED POLICING AND FUSION CENTERS: THE SYNTHESIS OF TRANSACTIONAL
            RELATIONSHIPS IN A TRANSFORMATIONAL DESIGN
                   Patricia Griffin, Saint Joseph’s University

            THE PROBLEM OF INTELLIGENCE IRRELEVANCE IN INTELLIGENCE-LED POLICING
                  Jeremy Sieminski, North Texas HIDTA; Timothy Lauger, Niagara University

            HOW DOES THE INCREASE IN THE NUMBER OF POLICE INFLUENCE CRIME RATES AND
            CLEARANCE RATES IN SOUTH KOREA?
                 Wook Kang, University of Central Oklahoma; Dae-Hoon Kwak, Illinois State University; SeokJin
                 Jeong, University of Texas at Arlington

            VOLUNTEERING AND LAW ENFORCEMENT
                 Robert Morin, Western Nevada College; Colleen Morin, Western Nevada College


2:00 PM – 3:15 PM          EVENT #94                                               State Room 2, 3rd Fl.

            PANEL: TECHNOLOGY IN POLICING
                  Chair: Jeffrey S Magers, California University of Pennsylvania

            EYES IN THE SKY: IMPLICATIONS FOR UAVS FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT
                   Jeffrey S Magers, California University of Pennsylvania

            INTEGRATION OF UNMANNED AERIAL SYSTEMS IN THE LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY
                  Charles W. Russo, American Military University; Anthony Galante, Daytona Beach Police
                  Department; Alexander J. Mirot, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

            POLICE USE OF PUBLIC SURVEILLANCE TECHNOLOGY
                  Rachel Johnston, Chapin Hall at University of Chicago

            TACTICAL APPLICATIONS OF SENSORY ENHANCING TECHNOLOGY: NEW DEVELOPMENTS
                  Tom Mijares, Texas State University; Kevin Jennings, Texas State University; Hao Ling,
                  University of Texas at Austin
                                             Wednesday, March 20, 2013




2:00 PM – 3:15 PM           EVENT #95                                              State Room 3, 3rd Fl.
            ROUNDTABLE: EVALUTING POLICE STRATEGIES

                    Moderator: Kristie Blevins, Eastern Kentucky University

                    Discussants: Brenda Riley, Sam Houston State University; John Worrall, University of Texas at
                    Dallas; G. Larry Mays, New Mexico State University


2:00 PM – 3:15 PM           EVENT #96                                              State Room 4, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: DUI/DWI COURTS IN THE UNITED STATES
                  Chair: Greg Plumb, Park University

            A PRELIMINARY LOOK AT MICHIGAN’S SOBRIETY COURT/IGNITION INTERLOCK PROGRAM FOR
            REPEAT DWI OFFENDERS
                  Christopher Kierkus, Grand Valley State University; Brian Johnson, Grand Valley State
                  University

            TESTING THE GENDER EFFECT IN DRUG AND ALCOHOL TREATMENT: WOMEN’S
            PARTICIPATION IN TULSA COUNTY DRUG AND DUI PROGRAMS
                  Bin Liang, Oklahoma State University; Michael Long, Oklahoma State University

            EVALUATING DWI COURTS: A CASE STUDY
                 Greg Plumb, Park University

            WHAT’S HAPPENING WITH DWI COURTS? THE TEXAS EXPERIENCE
                  Pierre Rivolta, Central Connecticut State University; Janet L. Mullings, Sam Houston State
                          University


2:00 PM – 3:15 PM           EVENT #97                                              Trinity 1, 3rd Fl.

            PANEL: COMPARATIVE/INTERNATIONAL CORRECTIONS
                  Chair: Eric Lambert, Wayne State University

            DOES GENDER AND CULTURE MATTER: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY OF DEATH PENALTY VIEWS
            AMONG INDIAN AND U.S. COLLEGE STUDENTS
                  Eric Lambert, Wayne State University; O.Oko Elechi, Prairie View A&M University; Shanhe
                  Jiang, The University of Toledo

            HARSHNESS IN THE LAW OF PUNISHMENT: WIDENING DIVIDE BETWEEN TEXAS AND TEHRAN
                 Sanaz Alasti,Lamar Universty; Eric Bronson, Lamar Univesity

            OLDER OFFENDERS IN INTERNATIONAL CONVENTIONS AND OTHER DOCUMENTS
                  Diana Adelina, Queen's University
                                             Wednesday, March 20, 2013




2:00 PM – 3:15 PM           EVENT #98                                             Trinity 2, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: RACE, TREATMENT, AND CONTAINMENT IMPLICATIONS FOR CONTROL THEORIES
                  Chair: Kathryn Kleis-Carbone, University of New Haven

            THE SUSTAINED CRIME DECLINE: IMPACT OF WELFARE AND INCARERATION
                  Kathryn Kleis-Carbone, University of New Haven; Brian Murphy, University of New Haven

            A TREATISE ON NEOCLASSICAL CRIMINOLOGY, RACE AND THE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE
                  Jason Williams, Texas Southern University

            THE ROLE OF CONTAINMENT THEORY IN JUVENILE DELINQUENCY
                  Stephanie M. Cardwell, University of Alabama at Birmingham; Suzanne Perumean-Chaney,
                  University of Alabama at Birmingham

            AN ADOLESCENT SEX OFFENDER TREATMENT PROGRAM: RECIDIVISM RATES WITH
            IMPLICATIONS ON PERSONALITY TRAITS
                  Allison M. Kosina, Grand Valley State University; Kathleen Bailey, Grand Valley State
                  University


2:00 PM – 3:15 PM           EVENT #99                                             Trinity 3, 3rd Fl.
            ROUNDTABLE: THE LATE DAVID MUELLER: A REVIEW OF HIS JUVENILE JUSTICE
            CONTRIBUTIONS

                    Moderator: Lorna Grant, North Carolina Central University

                    Discussants: Camile Gibson, Prairie View A&M University; Alison Burke, Southern Oregon
                    University; I-Asia Loney, North Carolina Central University


2:00 PM – 3:15 PM           EVENT #100                                            Trinity 4, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL TITLE: THE MEDIUM IS THE MESSAGE – IMPACT OF MEDIA ON PERCEPTION OF
            TERRORISM
                  Chair: Travis Morris, Norwich University

            MEDIA VIEWERSHIP AND OPINIONS OF TORTURE
                  Emily Jean Berglin, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale

            THE IMPACT OF MEDIA ON FEAR OF TERRORISM IN TURKEY
                  Oguzhan Basibuyuk, Turkish National Police Academy

            21ST CENTURY RADICALIZATION: THE ROLE OF THE INTERNET AND SOCIAL MEDIA IN
            UNDERSTANDING NEW TERRORISTIC OUTCOMES
                  David W. Woodring, University of Arkansas Fayetteville

            TECHNIQUES OF NEUTRALIZATION IN EXTREMIST PROPAGANDA
                  Travis Morris, Norwich University
                                             Wednesday, March 20, 2013




2:00 PM – 3:15 PM           EVENT #101                                               Trinity 5, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: RESTORATIVE JUSTICE AND CULTURAL IMPLICATIONS
                  Chair: Oko O. Elechi, Prairie View A&M University

            CRIMINAL JUSTICE STUDENTS’ PERCEPTIONS OF RESTORATIVE JUSTICE VALUES
                  Lana A. McDowell, Georgia College & State University

            BRIDGING THE IDEOLOGICAL GAP IN THE TEACHING AND LEARNING OF RESTORATIVE
            JUSTICE
                  Sherrill V.C. Morris, Prairie View A&M University; Oko O. Elechi, Prairie View A&M University;
                  Edward J. Schauer, Prairie View A&M University

            RESTORATIVE JUSTICE THROUGH THE ARTS
                 Thomas Hall, Alvernia University; Peggy Bowen-Hartung, Alvernia University


2:00 PM – 3:15 PM           EVENT #102                                               City View 1, 4th Fl.
            OPEN SEMINAR: IS THERE AN APP FOR THAT? TEACHING CRIMINAL JUSTICE WITH SOCIAL
            MEDIA AND TECHNOLOGY

                    Facilitators: Cherie Dawson-Edwards, University of Louisville; Isis N. Walton, Virginia State
                    University; Tammy Castle, James Madison University; Nicolle Parsons-Pollard, Virginia State
                    University


2:00 PM – 3:15 PM           EVENT #103                                               City View 2, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: OBSERVATIONS RELATED TO PRISON EXPERIENCES
                  Chair: Jeffrey Ian Ross, University of Baltimore

            VARIETIES OF PRISON VOYEURISM: AN ANALYTICAL FRAMEWORK
                  Jeffrey Ian Ross, University of Baltimore

            PRISON CULTURE IN THE NIGERIAN CORRECTIONAL SYSTEM: A CRIME CULTURE IN THE
            DEVIL’S WORKSHOP
                   Emeka E. Obioha, Tswane University of Technology

            IN SEARCH OF SAFETY: NEGOTIATING PERCEPTIONS OF RISK AND DESIRES FOR SAFETY
                  Katharina Helen Maier, University of Toronto; Rose Ricciardelli, York University; Kelly Hannah-
                  Moffat, University of Toronto

            MEASURING VIOLENCE AND CONFLICT WITH THE WCCS INSTRUMENT: RESULTS FROM THE
            STAFF SEXUAL MISCONDUCT SCALE
                  Hannah Mae Robbins, Eastern Kentucky University; Polina Karpova, Eastern Kentucky
                  University; James B. Wells, Eastern Kentucky University; Barbara Owen, California State
                  University-Fresno; Peggy Keller, University of Kentucky
                                             Wednesday, March 20, 2013




2:00 PM – 3:15 PM          EVENT #104                                              City View 3, 4th Fl.
            ROUNDTABLE: THE POLITICS OF PROFESSIONALIZATION (OR WHY IS THIS PROCESS TAKING
            SO LONG?)

                    Moderator: Jeanne Stinchcomb, Florida Atlantic University

                    Discussants: Nancy Hogan, Ferris State University; Mark Pogrebin, University of Colorado; Eric
                    Lambert, Wayne State University; Ken Kerle, Washburn University; Mary Ann Farkas, Marquette
                    University


2:00 PM – 3:15 PM          EVENT #105                                              City View 4, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: WHITE COLLAR CRIME: HISTORICAL AND INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES
                  Chair: Lisa M. Carter, Florida Southern College

            MONEY LAUNDERING IN RUSSIA
                 Yuriy Zevelev, John Jay College of Criminal Justice; Maria Haberfeld, John Jay College of
                 Criminal Justice; Mathieu Dufour, John Jay College of Criminal Justice

            THE CORPORATION AS A CITY: A SOCIAL DISORGANIZATION PERSPECTIVE OF WHITE COLLAR
            CRIME
                  Audrey C. Clubb, Georgia State University

            COTTON, CONGRESS AND WHITE COLLAR CRIME: A HISTORICAL NARRATIVE
                 Larry Karson, University of Houston-Downtown

            THE PUBLIC'S PERCEPTION OF UNSAFE WORKING CONDITIONS AS CORPORATE CRIME: AN
            EXPLORATORY STUDY
                  Morris W. Suttles, University of Arkansas-Little Rock


2:00 PM – 3:15 PM          EVENT #106                                              City View 5, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: MULTICULTURAL PERSPECTIVES ON VICTIMIZATION
                  Chair: Harvey L. McMurray, North Carolina Central University

            VICTIMIZATION OF ASIAN IMMIGRANTS
                   Jonathan Alexander Grubb, Sam Houston State University; Leana Bouffard, Sam Houston State
                   University

            LIVING ON THE U.S.-MEXICO BORDER: CRIME STATISTICS, REALITY AND DAY-TO-DAY LIFE
                   Michelle Watkins, El Paso Community College; Gail Rioux, El Paso Community College; Paulina
                   Gamboa, El Paso Community College

            BURGLARY VICTIMIZATION: AN APPLICATION OF THE LIFESTYLE MODEL
                 Shih-Ya Kuo, University of Macau; Steven Cuvelier, Sam Houston State University

            INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE IN TANZANIA: THE MARRIAGE FACTOR
                  Simeon Sungi, Central Washington University; Leah Peter, Indiana State University

            FACTORS THAT IMPACT FEAR OF VICTIMIZATION IN KAMPALA, UGANDA
                 Harvey L. McMurray, North Carolina Central University; Paul Sita Nsimba, North Carolina
                 Central University; Jessica Davis Ganao, North Carolina Central University
                                             Wednesday, March 20, 2013




2:00 PM – 3:15 PM          EVENT #107                                              City View 6, 4th Fl.

            FEATURE ROUNDTABLE: MENTORING DOCTORAL STUDENTS: USHERING IN THE NEXT
            GENERATION

                    Moderator: Alida Merlo, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

                    Discussants: Richard Bennett, American University; Pauline K. Brennan, University of
                    Nebraska-Omaha; Natasha Frost, Northeastern University; Maria Garase, Mercyhurst
                    University; Vince Webb, Sam Houston State University



2:00 PM – 3:15 PM          EVENT #108                                              City View 7, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: THE KEY THAT OPENS MANY DOORS: USING ASSESSMENT: RESULTS TO DESIGN
            CURRICULUM THAT MEETS EMPLOYER DEMAND
                  Chair: Barbara Peat, Indiana University Northwest

            CRIMINAL JUSTICE STATISTICS COURSES: PRACTICALLY SIGNIFICANT?
                  Christopher Sedelmaier, University of New Haven; Michael Jenkins, University of New Haven;
                  John DeCarlo, University of New Haven

            USE OF THERAPEUTIC JURISPRUDENCE PRACTICUMS IN SECURING EMPLOYMENT
            POSSIBILITIES
                  Ronn Johnson, University of San Diego

            USING EMPLOYER SURVEY INPUT TO PLAN CURRICULUM
                  Aviva Twersky Glasner, Bridgewater State University

            EXAMINING SUCCESS RATES FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE STUDENTS FROM A LARGE COMMUNITY
            COLLEGE
                  Phillip Dawalt, Ivy Tech Community College East Central Region


2:00 PM – 3:15 PM          EVENT #109                                              City View 8, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: WHITE COLLAR CRIME: NEW TRENDS AND DEVELOPMENTS
                  Chair: Loftin C. Woodiel, Missouri Baptist University

            PATHWAYS OF DELINQUENCY AND SUBSEQUENT WHITE COLLAR OFFENDING
                 Robert G. Morris, University of Texas at Dallas; Nicole Leeper Piquero, University of Texas at
                 Dallas

            EXAMINING THE MOTIVATION OF WHITE-COLLAR CRIMINALS THROUGH RATIONAL CHOICE
            THEORY
                  James H. Bowers, Saginaw Valley State University; Joseph J. Jaksa, Saginaw Valley State
                  University
                                             Wednesday, March 20, 2013



            DEVELOPING A KNOW YOUR EMPLOYEE PROGRAM: UTILIZING A CODE OF ETHICS AS A TOOL
            TO DETER THE WHITE COLLAR LAWBREAKER
                  Michael S. Schidlow, Iona College

            WORKPLACE AGGRESSION: FINDINGS AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS
                 Nicole Leeper Piquero, University of Texas at Dallas; Alex R. Piquero, University of Texas at
                 Dallas; Stephen Clipper, University of Texas at Dallas; Jessica Craig, University of Texas at
                 Dallas


3:30 PM – 4:45 PM          EVENT #110                                              Lone Star A2, 2nd Fl.

            FEATURE PANEL: ACJS PAST PRESIDENTS

                    Moderator: Richard Bennett, American University

                    Discussants: TBD



3:30 PM – 4:45 PM          EVENT #111                                              Live Oak, 2nd Fl.

            PANEL: ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS AND CRIME
                  Chair: Anne Li Kringen, Texas State University – San Marcos

            AUTO THEFT: HOW ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS CREATE SUITABLE TARGETS
                  Anne Li Kringen, Texas State University – San Marcos; Howard Williams, Texas State University
                  – San Marcos

            THE IMPACTS OF NEW TRANSPORT SYSTEM INTRODUCTION UPON CALLS FOR SERVICE TO
            POLICE
                  Christopher M. Sedelmaier, University of New Haven

            ARE PARKS CRIME GENERATORS?
                  Ward Adams, Texas State University – San Marcos

            HABITAT FOR HUMANITY HOME CONSTRUCTION AND CRIME
                  James E. McCabe, Sacred Heart University


3:30 PM – 4:45 PM          EVENT #112                                              State Room 1, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: STRESS AND HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN POLICE ORGANIZATIONS
                  Chair: Yolanda Scott, Roger Wiliams University

            POLICE STRESS: THE ROLE OF INTERNAL NOCUOUS AGENCY
                  Yolanda Scott, Roger Wiliams University

            LEADERSHIP AND POLICE STRESS
                 Hee Sub Shim, Sam Houston State University; Youngoh Jo, The College at Brockport, SUNY;
                 Larry Hoover, Sam Houston State University
                                            Wednesday, March 20, 2013



            LAW ENFORCEMENT STRESSORS AND COPING MECHANISMS
                  Hakan Can, Penn State Schuylkill; Helen Hendy, Penn State Schuylkill

            POLICE HUMAN RESOURCE PLANNING
                  AnnMarie Cordner, Kutztown University; Gary Cordner, Kutztown University


3:30 PM – 4:45 PM          EVENT #113                                             State Room 2, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: EXPLORING LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAFFIC COLLISIONS
                  Chair: Andy Hansen, University of South Carolina

            LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAFFIC COLLISIONS: INCIDENT- AND OFFICER- LEVEL INFLUENCES ON
            AGENCY RATES IN TWO STATES
                  Andy Hansen, University of South Carolina; Jeff Rojek, University of South Carolina; Geoffrey
                  Alpert, University of South Carolina

            INCIDENCE AND CHARACTERISTICS OF TRAFFIC COLLISIONS INVOLVING LAW ENFORCEMENT
            OFFICERS
                  Tom Rice, University of California, Berkeley

            AGENCY CULTURE AND THE FEAR OF AMBUSH: OFFICER SAFETY AND VEHICLE OPERATIONS
                 Kevin Wehr, California State University, Sacramento

            REGULATIONS, RULES AND REALITIES: STATE LEVEL EFFECTS ON STREET LEVEL
            ENFORCEMENTS
                 Bryon Gustafson, Commission on Peace Officers Standards and Training; Mary Dodge,
                 University of Colorado-Denver

            FATIGUE RELATED RISK TAKING IN LAW ENFORCEMENT DRIVING
                  Steven James, Washington State University; Bryan Vila, Washington State University


3:30 PM – 4:45 PM          EVENT #114                                             State Room 3, 3rd Fl.
            ROUNDTABLE: POLICING INNOVATIONS AND THEIR COMMUNITY RAMIFICATIONS

                    Moderator: John DeCarlo, University of New Haven

                    Discussants: Michael Jenkins, University of New Haven; Jon Shane, John Jay College; Dean
                    Esserman, New Haven Police Department; William Sousa, University of Nevada, Las Vegas


3:30 PM – 4:45 PM          EVENT #115                                             State Room 4, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION OF SPECIALTY COURTS
                  Chair: Peggy Bowen-Hartung, Alvernia University

            PRELIMINARY EVALUATION OF A TEXAS MENTAL HEALTH COURT
                  Jeff Bouffard, Sam Houston State University; Gaylene Armstrong, Sam Houston State
                  University; Philip Lyons, Sam Houston State University; Holly Miller, Sam Houston State
                  University; Victoria Gutt, Sam Houston State University
                                             Wednesday, March 20, 2013



            A META-ANALYSIS OF TRIBAL COURT STRUCTURES AND PROCEDURES ACROSS TRIBAL
            JUDICIAL SYSTEMS IN THE UNITED STATES
                   Peggy Bowen-Hartung, Alvernia University; Tracey L. Brown, Alvernia University

            MENTAL HEALTH COURTS: REASSESSING THE NEED
                 Jamie Wagner, Texas Southern University

            UTILIZING CLIENT FEEDBACK TO EVALUATE SOCIAL OUTCOMES OF DRUG COURT
            PARTICIPATION
                   Megan Magers, University of Central Florida; Roberto Potter, University of Central Florida


3:30 PM – 4:45 PM           EVENT #116                                              Trinity 1, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: HOMELAND SECURITY: WHAT WORKS, WHAT DOESN’T, WHAT’S CHANGED
                  Chair: Jeffrey Rush, Troy University

            FUSION CENTERS: THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE UGLY
                  David Carter, Michigan State University

            POLICING POST-9/11; WHERE ARE WE TODAY
                  Jeremy Carter, University of North Florida

            TERRORISM PREVENTION TRAINING: WHAT WORKS
                 Richard Holden, University of North Texas at Dallas

            PREPARING FOR TERRORISM: TOTAL CRIMINAL INTELLIGENCE, ALL THREAT ANALYSIS, AND
            THE BENEFITS OF REDUNDANCY
                  Jonathan White, Grand Valley State University


3:30 PM – 4:45 PM           EVENT #117                                              Trinity 2, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: STRAIN AND LEARNING INTERPRETATIONS OF TRAUMA, EMOTIONS, AND CRIME
                  Chair: Joan Reid, University of Massachusetts Lowell

            APPLYING GENERAL STRAIN THEORY TO YOUTH COMMERCIAL SEXUAL EXPLOITATION
                  Joan Reid, University of Massachusetts Lowell; Alex Piquero, University of Texas at Dallas

            THE INFLUENCE OF STRAIN ON THE DELINQUENCY OF YOUNG AFRICAN MALES
                   Sharece Downey, Prairie View A&M University

            TO PRESERVE THEIR MUCH INJURED RACE: TECHNIQUES OF NEUTRALIZATION AND INDIAN
            REMOVAL
                  Robert Keeton, Lincoln Memorial University

            EMOTIONS AND CRIME AMONG INCARCERATED OFFENDERS
                  Peter Wood, Eastern Michigan University; David May, Mississippi State University, James
                  Wilson, Russell Sage Foundation
                                             Wednesday, March 20, 2013




3:30 PM – 4:45 PM           EVENT #118                                              Trinity 3, 3rd Fl.

            FEATURE PANEL: MODELS FOR SUCCESSFUL JUVENILE CORRECTIONS
                 Chair: Peter Benekos, Mercyhurst University

            FROM TIME OUT TO HARD TIME: JUVENILES IN ADULT CRIMINAL JUSTICE
                  Michele Deitch, The University of Texas at Austin

            THE DRUG OFFENDER AND JUVENILE COURT OUTCOMES
                   Michael Leiber, University of South Florida; Donna Bishop, Northeastern University;
                  Jennifer Peck, University of South Florida; Melissa Lugo, University of South Florida


            META-ANALYSIS EVIDENCE ON JUVENILE AND ADULT CORRECTIONAL INTERVENTIONS:
            ADDRESSING THE ‘ONE SIZE FITS ALL’ PARADIGM
                  Bitna Kim, Indiana University of Pennsylvania; Alida Merlo; Indiana University of Pennsylvania;
                  Peter Benekos, Mercyhurst University

            THE YOUTH JUSTICE SYSTEM: AN ALBERTA OVERVIEW
                  Crystal Hincks, Mount Royal University; John Winterdyk, Mount Royal University

            THE IMPACT OF LENGTH OF STAY ON INCARCERATION YOUTH
                  Brian Lovins, University of Cincinnati, Edward Latessa, University of Cincinnati



3:30 PM – 4:45 PM           EVENT #119                                              Trinity 4, 3rd Fl.

            PANEL: POLICY CHALLENGES AND COUNTER-TERRORISM STRATEGIES IN AFRICA
                  Chair: Jonathan Epperson, University of New Haven
            TERRORISM IN AFRICA: THE NEW POWER PLAYERS
                 Jonathan Epperson, University of New Haven; Vesna Markovic, University of New Haven
            COUNTER TERRORISM AND HUMAN RIGHTS CHALLENGES IN AFRICA
                 Osy Nwebo, Imo State University; Charles Ubah, Georgia College & State
                 University
            PEACE JOURNALISM AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE: INTERDISCIPLINARY COUNTER-TERRORISM
            MESSAGING EDUCATION IN UGANDA
                  Kenneth Christopher, Park University
            POST-9/11 POLICY TRANSFER ON THE ‘WAR ON TERROR’ IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA
                  Pietro Toggia, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania
                                              Wednesday, March 20, 2013




3:30 PM – 4:45 PM           EVENT #120                                             Trinity 5, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: TYPOLOGIES: GANGS, CREWS, BANDS, GROUPS AND CLUBS- WHO ARE WE?
                  Chair: Greg W. Etter, University of Central Missouri

            EXPLORING STREET GANG VARIATION: THE THEORETICAL AND EMPIRICAL UTILITY OF
            STRUCTURAL TYPOLOGIES
                 Timothy R. Lauger, Niagara University

            GANGS VS. CREWS: HOW DIFFERENT ARE THESE FIVE LETTER WORDS?
                 Crystal Campos, Suffolk University; Erika Gebo, Suffolk University

            CIRCLE K - STUDENT LEADERS, STUDENT SERVERS: MAKING A DIFFERENCE IN CHILDREN'S
            LIVES
                  Rosemary McFee, Alvernia University

            JUGGALOS: ROCKER HOOLIGANS? EXTREME ROCK FANS? OR HYBRID GANG?
                  Greg W. Etter, University of Central Missouri


3:30 PM – 4:45 PM           EVENT #121                                             City View 1, 4th Fl.
            OPEN SEMINAR: TEST CONSTRUCTION WORKSHOP

                    Facilitator: Jeanne Stinchcomb, Florida Atlantic University


3:30 PM – 4:45 PM           EVENT #122                                             City View 2, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: ISSUES FACING STATE CORRECTIONAL DEPARTMENTS
                  Chair: Paul D. Steele, Morehead State University

            DOG WHISTLE CRIMINAL JUSTICE POLICY: CRIMINALIZATION RACIAL AND ECONOMIC
            INEQUALITY
                  Henry Jackson, Metropolitan State University of Denver

            STATE EVICTION: THE PROBLEMS FACING STATE INMATES PLACED IN COUNTY FACILITIES
                  Timothy J. Holler, Indiana University of Pennsylvania; Renee’ D. Lamphere, University of North
                  Carolina at Pembroke; Brandon T. Stroup, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

            A STATE-LEVEL COMPARISON OF THE GROWTH OF U.S. PRISON EXPENDITURES AND
            POPULATIONS
                  Paul D. Steele, Morehead State University; James R. Masterson, Morehead State University

            INMATES’ RIGHT TO HUNGER STRIKE: IT’S USE AND IT’S LIMITS UNDER THE U.S.
            CONSTITUTION
                  Naoki Kanaboshi, Grand Valley State University
                                             Wednesday, March 20, 2013




3:30 PM – 4:45 PM           EVENT #123                                              City View 3, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: THE ROLE OF SOCIAL SUPPORT IN OFFENDER REINTEGRATION
                  Chair: Robyn L. McDougle, Virginia Commonwealth University

            EVALUATION OF VIRGINIA'S COMMUNITY REENTRY INITIATIVE
                 Robyn L. McDougle, Virginia Commonwealth University; Amy Kyle Cook, Virginia State
                 University; Jill A. Gordon, Virginia Commonwealth University

            “DOING TIME” AFTER DOING TIME: COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS AND REENTRY
            ISSUES
                  Lloyd Klein, St. Francis College

            AN EXAMINATION OF WHETHER POST-INCARCERATION PROTECTIVE FACTORS DIMINISH THE
            PROBLEMATIC IMPACT OF INCARCERATION ON REENTRY
                  Molly Buchanan, University of Florida; Marvin D. Krohn, University of Florida; Mauri Matsuda,
                  University of Maryland; Terence P. Thornberry, University of Maryland; Alan J. Lizotte, University
                  at Albany

            SOCIAL STRUGGLES: THE CONSEQUENCES OF INCREASED DEPENDENCE ON SOCIAL
            RELATIONSHIPS
                  Breanne Pleggenkuhle, Southern Illinois University Carbondale


3:30 PM – 4:45 PM           EVENT #124                                              City View 4, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: ORGANIZED CRIMINAL ACTIVITY
                  Chair: Darryl Plecas, University of the Fraser Valley

            ORGANIZED CARGO THEFT: A COMPARATIVE VIEW
                 Mitchell Roth, Sam Houston State University

            AN EXPLORATION OF THE TACTICS OF THE CRIMINAL SYNDICATE MS-13
                  Cynthia O’Donnell, Marymount University; Ashlynn Dube, Marymount University

            SOLVING HOMICIDES: DIFFERENCES BETWEEN GANG-RELATED AND NON-GANG RELATED
            CASES
                  Jennifer Armstrong, University of the Fraser Valley; Darryl Plecas, University of the Fraser
                  Valley; Joseph Clare, University of Western Australia

            LINKING ADOLESCENT RISK FACTORS WITH CRIMINAL BEHAVIOR ACROSS THE LIFE COURSE
                  Charlene Taylor, Boise State University; Debi Koetzle, John Jay College of Criminal
                  Justice


3:30 PM – 4:45 PM           EVENT #125                                              City View 6, 4th Fl.
           ROUNDTABLE: INNOVATIVE PARTNERSHIPS AND PROJECTS IN THE MACJ CURRICULUM

                    Moderator: Jennifer Balboni, Curry College

                    Discussants: Rebecca Paynich, Curry College; Stephanie Capadonna, Curry College; Sandra
                    O’Neil, Curry College; Karen Lischinsky, Curry College
                                             Wednesday, March 20, 2013




3:30 PM – 4:45 PM           EVENT #126                                              City View 7, 4th FL.
            PANEL: STUDENTS BECOMING PROFESSIONALS: ASSESSING STUDENT MOVEMENT
            THROUGH PROGRAMS AND CAREER STANDARDS
                  Chair: David A. Mackey, Plymouth State University

            AN ALTERNATIVE TO THE DELI COUNTER MODEL: USING SPRINGSHARE’S LIBGUIDES AS A
            FORCE MULTIPLIER IN ADVISING
                  Robert E. Fitzpatrick, Plymouth State University; David A. Mackey, Plymouth State
                  University

            QUALITY, OPPORTUNITY OR CHOICE? ASSESSING PROGRAM SATISFACTION AMONG
            GRADUATING CRIMINAL JUSTICE MAJORS
                  W. Chris Hale, Louisiana State University; Bernadette Palombo, Louisiana State University;
                  Riley Young, Louisiana State University

            THE UNIFICATION OF PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE WORK
                  Martin Greenberg, Miles College


3:30 PM – 4:45 PM           EVENT #127                                              City View 8, 4th Fl.
            ROUNDTABLE: THE POLITICS OF WHITE-COLLAR CRIME

                    Moderator: Brian K. Payne, Georgia State University

                    Discussants: Michael Benson, University of Cincinnati; Dean Dabney, Georgia State
                    University; Nicole Leeper Piquero, University of Texas at Dallas; Andrew Hochstetler, Iowa
                    State University


4:30 PM – 5:30 PM           EVENT #128                                              Majestic 8, 37th Fl.
                            All Regions Ice Cream Social


5:00 PM – 6:00 PM           EVENT #129                              Majestic 3, 37th Fl.
                            Western Region General Business Meeting


5:00 PM – 6:00 PM           EVENT #130                              Majestic 4, 37th Fl.
                            Midwest Region General Business Meeting


5:00 PM – 6:00 PM           EVENT #131                               Majestic 5, 37th Fl.
                            Southern Region General Business Meeting


5:00 PM – 6:00 PM           EVENT #132                               Majestic 6, 37th Fl.
                            Northeast Region General Business Meeting
                                 Wednesday, March 20, 2013




5:00 PM – 6:00 PM   EVENT #133                              Majestic 7, 37th Fl.
                    Southwest Region General Business Meeting


6:00 PM – 8:00 PM   EVENT #134                                Lone Star A3&A4, 2nd Fl.
                    ACJS Presidents Reception
                                      Thursday, March 21, 2013




                     Thursday, March 21, 2013
                         Day At A Glance
7:00 AM – 8:00 AM    Law and Public Policy Section General                City View 1, 4th Fl.
                     Business Meeting and Breakfast

7:00 AM – 8:00 AM    Restorative and Community Justice Section            City View 2, 4th Fl.
                     Breakfast

7:00 AM – 8:00 AM    Security and Crime Prevention Section                City View 5, 4th Fl.
                     Executive Board Meeting

7:00 AM – 8:00 AM    Victimology Section Executive Board Meeting          Majestic 2, 37th Fl.

7:30 AM – 9:15 AM    ACJS Academic Review Committee Meeting               Press Club, 2nd Fl.

7:30 AM – 5:00 PM    ACJS Meeting Registration                            Lone Star Foyer, 2nd Fl.

8:00 AM – 8:00 PM    Alpha Phi Sigma Events                               Chaparral, 38th Fl.

8:00 AM – 9:15 AM    Criminal Justice Studies Editorial Board Meeting     Majestic 2, 37th Fl.

8:00 AM – 9:15 AM    ACJS Student Affairs Committee Meeting               Majestic 3, 37th Fl.

8:00 AM – 9:15 AM    ACJS Assessment Committee Meeting                    Majestic 4, 37th Fl.

8:00 AM – 9:15 AM    Corrections Section Executive Board Meeting          Majestic 9, 37th Fl.

8:00 AM – 4:45 PM    Panels, Roundtables, Workshops

8:30 AM – 10:00 AM   Justice Quarterly and Journal of Criminal Justice    Trinity 1, 3rd Fl.
                     Education Editorial Board Meetings

9:00 AM – 10:30 AM   Coffee Bar                                           Lone Star C, 2nd Fl.

9:00 AM – 5:00 PM    Exhibit Hall Open                                    Lone Star C, 2nd Fl.

9:00 AM – 5:00 PM    Employment Exchange Open                             Lone Star A1, 2nd Fl.

9:30 AM – 10:45 AM   Community College Section Executive Board            Majestic 2, 37th Fl.
                     Meeting

9:30 AM – 10:45 AM   Police Section Executive Board Meeting               Majestic 3, 37th Fl.

9:30 AM – 10:45 AM   Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice Editorial   Majestic 4, 37th Fl.
                     Board Meeting

9:30 AM – 10:45 AM   ACJS Membership Committee Meeting                    Majestic 5, 37th Fl.
                                      Thursday, March 21, 2013




9:30 AM – 10:45 AM    International Section Executive Board Meeting      Majestic 9, 37th Fl.

11:00 AM – 12:15 PM   ACJS Student Luncheon                              Lone Star A2, 2nd Fl.

11:00 AM – 12:15 PM   ACJS 2013 Program Committee Meeting                Lone Star A3, 2nd Fl.

12:30 PM – 1:45 PM    International Section Luncheon and                 City View 7, 4th Fl.
                      Gerhard O. W. Mueller Award Ceremony

12:30 PM – 1:45 PM    Presidential Invited Speaker: David Dow            Lone Star A4, 2nd Fl.

2:00 PM – 3:15 PM     International Section General Meeting              City View 8, 4th Fl.

2:00 PM – 3:15 PM     Critical Criminal Justice Section Executive        Majestic 2, 37th Fl.
                      Board Meeting

2:00 PM – 3:15 PM     Women in Criminal Justice Editorial Board Meeting Majestic 3, 37th Fl.

2:00 PM – 3:15 PM     2014 Awards Committee Chairs Meeting               Majestic 4, 37th Fl.

3:30 PM – 4:45 PM     Minorities and Women Section General               Lone Star A2, 2nd Fl.
                      Business Meeting

2:00 PM – 3:15 PM     Restorative and Community Justice Section          Majestic 3, 37th Fl.
                      General Business Meeting

4:00 PM – 5:00 PM     Victimology Section General Business Meeting       Majestic 9, 37th Fl.
                      and Ice Cream Social

4:00 PM – 6:00 PM     Police Section Reception                           Majestic 5, 37th Fl.

5:00 PM – 6:15 PM     Juvenile Justice Section General Business          Majestic 4, 37th Fl.
                      Meeting

5:00 PM – 6:30 PM     Law and Public Policy Section Awards Ceremony      Majestic 8, 37th Fl.

5:00 PM – 8:00 PM     Indiana University of Pennsylvania Dinner          Lone star A4, 2nd Fl.

5:30 PM – 7:30 PM     University of North Texas Reception                City View 8, 4th Fl.

7:00 PM – 9:00 PM     Texas State University, San Houston State          Lone Star A3, 2nd Fl.
                      University, Texas Southern University, and
                      Prairie View A&M University Joint Reception

7:00 PM – 9:00 PM     University of New Haven Reception                  City View 6, 4th Fl.

7:00 PM – 9:00 PM     The University of Texas at Dallas Reception        City View 7, 4th Fl.
                                  Thursday, March 21, 2013




                    Thursday, March 21, 2013

7:00 AM – 8:00 AM   EVENT #135                               City View 1, 4th Fl.
                    Law and Public Policy Section General
                    Business Meeting and Breakfast


7:00 AM – 8:00 AM   EVENT #136                               City View 2, 4th Fl.
                    Restorative and Community Justice
                    Breakfast


7:00 AM – 8:00 AM   EVENT #137                               City View 5, 4th Fl.
                    Security and Crime Prevention Section
                    Executive Board Meeting


7:00 AM – 8:00 AM   EVENT #138                               Majestic 2, 37th Fl.
                    Victimology Section Executive Board
                    Meeting


7:30 AM – 9:15 AM   EVENT #139                             Press Club, 2nd Fl.
                    ACJS Academic Review Committee Meeting


7:30 AM – 5:00 PM   ACJS Meeting Registration                Lone Star Foyer, 2nd Fl.


8:00 AM – 8:00 PM   Alpha Phi Sigma Events                   Chaparral, 38th Fl.


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM   EVENT #140                               Majestic 2, 37th Fl.
                    Criminal Justice Studies Editorial
                    Board Meeting


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM   EVENT #141                               Majestic 3, 37th Fl.
                    ACJS Student Affairs Committee Meeting


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM   EVENT #142                               Majestic 4, 37th Fl.
                    ACJS Assessment Committee Meeting
                                             Thursday, March 21, 2013




8:00 AM – 9:15 AM          EVENT #143                                Majestic 9, 37th Fl.
                           Corrections Section Executive Board Meeting


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM          EVENT #144                                              Live Oak, 2nd Fl.

            PANEL: MENTAL HEALTH AND PSYCHOSOCIAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR POLICING
                  Chair: Michael A. Verro, Excelsior College

            PSYCHOSOCIAL MOTIVATION OF CAREER CHOICE FOR CONTEMPORARY LAW
            ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS
                 Michael A. Verro, Excelsior College

            PREDICTIVE MENTAL HEALTH VARIABLES AMONG CRIMINAL JUSTICE STUDENTS
                  Jennifer Guriel Myers, Fairmont State University

            THE ROLE OF NEED FOR COGNITION IN THE ACCEPTANCE OF COMMUNITY POLICING
            IDEOLOGY
                  Robert Werling, California State University Stanislaus; Patricia Cardner, Cardner Consulting

            THE EFFECT OF COMMUNITY POLICING UNITS ON COMMUNITY POLICING PROGRAMS
            IMPLEMENTATION
                  Hyon Namgung University of Missouri-St. Louis


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM          EVENT #145                                              State Room 1, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: INNOVATIONS IN POLICING
                  Chair: Michael Jenkins, University of New Haven Center for Advanced Policing

            THE EFFICACY OF POLICE METHODS: ORDER MAINTENANCE, COP, POP, AND HOT SPOTTING
            POLICING
                  John DeCarlo, University of New Haven Center for Advanced Policing; Michael Jenkins,
                  University of New Haven Center for Advancing Policing; Christopher Sedelmaier, University of
                  New Haven Center for Advancing Policing

            POLICE EMPLOYEE DISCIPLINARY MATRIX: AN EMERGING CONCEPT
                  Jon Shane, John Jay College of Criminal Justice

            THE IMPACT OF BODY WORN CAMERAS ON POLICE-CITIZEN INTERACTIONS
                  William Sousa, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

            PROJECT LONGEVITY: A FOCUSED DETERRENCE STRATEGY
                 Andrew Papachristos, Yale University; Dean Esserman, New Haven Department of Police
                 Services; John DeCarlo, University of New Haven Center for Advanced Policing; Michael
                 Jenkins, University of New Haven Center for Advanced Policing
                                            Thursday, March 21, 2013




8:00 AM – 9:15 AM          EVENT #146                                             State Room 2, 3rd Fl.

            PANEL: INFORMATION SEEKING, ACADEMIC RESEARCH, AND TRAINING FOR SPECIAL
            POPULATIONS IN POLICING
                  Chair: Debra Lindberg, Portland State University

            ARE POLICE PERSONNEL LIKELY TO UTILIZE ACADEMIC RESEARCH DATA TO HELP THEM DO
            THEIR JOBS?
                   Debra Lindberg, Portland State University

            THE INFORMATION-SEEKING BEHAVIORS OF POLICE OFFICERS IN THE CONTEXT OF
            CONDUCTING TASKS
                   Idris Guclu, Elmadag Police Vocational High Schools

            EFFECTS OF TASKS ON INFORMATION-SEEKING BEHAVIOR IN A POLICE WORK
            ENVIRONMENT
                  Serkan Tatil, Ankara Police Department

            APPLYING ANTHROPOLOGY: STUDYING POLICE PRACTICES AND DECISION MAKING
                  Bakhitah Abdul-Ra’uf, Radford University


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM          EVENT #147                                             State Room 3, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: POLICING AND THE COMMUNITY
                  Chair: Fatematul Jannat, Southern University

            COMMUNITY POLICING IN THE ARAB WORLD: A NEW SHIFT
                 Ahmad Falah Alomosh, University of Sharjah

            FEAR OF CRIME IN TURKEY: THE ROLE OF MEDIA, COMMUNITY, AND THE POLICE
                  Ozgur Solakoglu, University of North Texas

            THE IMPORTANCE OF COMMUNITY POLICING IN RURAL BANGLADESH
                  Fatematul Jannat, Southern University

            STOP, QUESTION AND FRISK IN NEW YORK CITY
                  Jennifer Fratello, Vera Institute of Justice


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM          EVENT #148                                             State Room 4, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: RACE, GENDER, POLITICS, AND COURT
                  Chair: Robert M. Worley, Texas A&M University

            THE POLITICS OF RACE AND CRIME DURING PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS, 1968-2012
                  Helen Taylor-Greene, Texas Southern University; Charles Reasons, Washington University

            CHIVALRY REVISITED: THE EFFECTS OF GENDER ON CHARGE REDUCTION IN DOMESTIC
            VIOLENCE CASES
                  Danielle Romain, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; Tina Freiburger, University of Wisconsin-
                  Milwaukee
                                            Thursday, March 21, 2013




            JURISDICTION OF MILITARY COURT IN INDONESIA AND COMPARISON IN OTHER COUNTRIES
                  Dini Dewi Heniarti, Bandung Islamic University

            THE FIRST AMONG EQUALS: DECONSTRUCTING THE ROLE OF THE U.S. SUPREME COURT
            JUSTICE IN THE 21ST CENTURY
                   Robert M. Worley, Texas A&M University; Vidisha Barua Worley, University of North Texas at
                   Dallas


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM          EVENT #149                                             Trinity 2, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: INTEGRATING BIOLOGY WITH CRIMINOLOGY
                  Chair: Jonathan Bolen, University of Nebraska-Omaha

            D4 POLYMORPHISM AND MEASURES OF SELF-CONTROL: DOES THE MEASURE OF SELF-
            CONTROL MATTER?
                  Jamie Vaske, Western Carolina University; Danielle Boisvert, Sam Houston State University

            ANALYZING THE ORIGINS OF LIFE-COURSE-PERSISTENT OFFENDING: A CONSIDERATION OF
            ENVIRONMENTAL AND GENETIC INFLUENCES
                  J.C. Barnes, The University of Texas at Dallas

            EXAMINING THE GATEWAY HYPOTHESIS FROM A BEHAVIORAL GENETIC PERSPECTIVE
                  Danielle Boisvert, Sam Houston University; Jamie Vaske, Western Carolina University; Brian
                  Boutwell, Sam Houston State University; Todd Armstrong, Sam Houston State University

            MASTERMINDS: SELF-REPORTED OFFENDING AMONG HIGH-IQ SUBJECTS
                 James C. Oleson, University of Auckland


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM          EVENT #150                                             Trinity 3, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: JUVENILE JUSTICE FROM THE COURTHOUSE TO LIFE WITHOUT PAROLE
                  Chair: Laurence A. French, University of New Hampshire

            GAULT TO MILLER: ASSESSING 45 YEARS OF AMERICAN JUVENILE JUSTICE
                  Laurence A. French, University of New Hampshire

            MEDIA ACCESS TO JUVENILE PROCEEDINGS: BALANCING THE TIGHTROPE BETWEEN
            CONFIDENTIALITY AND FREEDOM OF THE PRESS
                  Claire Angelique I. Nolasco, Texas A&M University – San Antonio; Aneta Spaic, University of
                  Montenegro

            COPS, CRAYONS, AND COLORING BOOKS IN THE COURTHOUSE: A CASE STUDY IN JUVENILE
            INTERROGATIONS
                  Lisa H. Thurau, Strategies for Youth; Michael J. Grabowski, Santa Rosa Junior College; Craig
                  Winston, Bowling Green State University -- Firelands

            AN EVALUATION OF THE BENEFITS DERIVED FROM JUVENILE MENTORING PROGRAMS: A
            CASE STUDY APPROACH
                  John G. Reece, Colorado Mesa University
                                             Thursday, March 21, 2013




8:00 AM – 9:15 AM          EVENT #151                                              Trinity 4, 3rd Fl.

            PANEL: PERCEPTIONS AND EFFECTIVENESS OF COUNTER-TERRORISM PRACTICES
                  Chair: Ronn Johnson, University of San Diego
            WHO MAY BE REHABILITATED? A CASE ANTI-TERRORISM STUDY OF THE MINDSET OF ENEMY
            COMBATANTS, LONE WOLF AND SMALL GROUP TERRORISTS
                 Ronn Johnson, University of San Diego; Nick Boyd, University of San Diego; Chris Wehrle,
                 University of San Diego
            SECURITY, CIVIL LIBERTIES, AND THE PERCEIVED EFFECTIVENESS OF COUNTER
            TERRORISM PRACTICES
                 Christopher Hild, Goerge Mason University
            USING SOCIAL PROJECTS IN THE FIGHT AGAINST TERRORISM
                  Serdar Yildiz, Turkish National Police; Ferhat Goktepe, Turkish National Police
            EXAMINING THE EFFECTS OF ECONOMIC INEQUALITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ON
            COUNTRY- LEVEL TERRORISM PATTERNS, 1970-2006
                  Nancy A. Morris, Virginia Commonwealth University



8:00 AM – 9:15 AM          EVENT #152                                              Trinity 5, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: CORRELATES OF DELINQUENCY AND YOUTH SUBSTANCE ABUSE
                  Chair: Christopher O’Connor, University of Wisconsin – Superior

            YOUTH TRUANCY: A CRITICAL REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE
                 Christopher O’Connor, University of Wisconsin – Superior

            A COMPARISON OF YOUTH SUBSTANCE OFFENDING WITHIN A RURAL COMMUNITY: SELF-
            REPORTED SUBSTANCE USE AND LEGAL INTERVENTION
                 Amy Delaney-Lutz, Rivier University

            FACTORS RELATED TO THE OUTCOME OF TRUANCY CASES
                 Chang-Bae Lee, University of Ulsan

            “FITNESS- GRAM” OUTCOMES AND SCHOOL DELINQUENCY: A PRELIMINARY STUDY
                   Lisa T. Briggs, Western Carolina University; Karen A Mason, Western Carolina University


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM          EVENT #153                                              City View 3, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: IDENTIFYING AND ADDRESSING OBSTACLES TO REENTRY
                  Chair: Stacie Merken, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

            THE SECOND CHANCE ACT: ON THE ROAD TO EFFECTIVE PRISONER REENTRY
                  Stacie Merken, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

            SECOND CHANCE RE-ENTRY GRANT IN ARKANSAS: OUTCOMES
                 Jennifer M. Miller, University of Arkansas at Little Rock
                                           Thursday, March 21, 2013



            REDUCING EX-OFFENDER BARRIERS TO EMPLOYMENT: AN ANALYSIS OF CURRENT
            POLICIES
                  Monica Solinas-Saunders, Indiana University Northwest

            AFRICAN-AMERICANS AND REENTRY: THE THREAT OF EVEN GREATER CHALLENGES
                  Beverly D. Frazier, John Jay College of Criminal Justice


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM          EVENT #154                                        City View 4, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: POLITICAL CRIME AND RESPONSE
                  Chair: Floyd Berry, Texas A&M University-Central Texas

            TOWARD A CHECKLIST OF CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE: EXAMINING THE FIRST YEAR OF OCCUPY
            PROTESTS
                 Floyd Berry, Texas A&M University-Central Texas; Tammy Molina-Moore, Texas A&M
                 University-Central Texas

            BEFORE ALL ELSE, BE ARMED: THE UNITED STATES, STATE CRIME, AND ARMS TRAFFICKING
                 Maria Jacqueline Grammer, Eastern Kentucky University; Gary W. Potter, Eastern Kentucky
                 University

            HOW POLITICS AND CRIME INFLUENCE EACH OTHER: THE ROOTS OF EXTRAJUDICIAL
            KILLINGS IN BANGLADESH
                   Fatematul Jannat, Southern University

            TERRORIST WEAPON SYSTEMS AND COUNTERMEASURES
                 Michael Alan Hollingsworth, Old Dominion University


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM          EVENT #155                                        City View 5, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: ISSUES WITH QUALITATIVE METHODS IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE
                  Chair: Carlie Leroux-Demir, University of Waterloo

            THE ETHICS OF DOING MENTAL HEALTH COURT RESEARCH: INSIGHTS AND CHALLENGES
                  Carlie Leroux-Demir, University of Waterloo

            CRIME ON CAMPUS: CAN CLEARY ACT DATA FROM UNIVERSITIES BE TRUSTED?
                  James Edward Guffey, National University

            THE ANALYSIS OF THE RECENT INCREASES IN MORBIDITY CASES AMONG INJECTION DRUG
            USERS IN MONTREAL, CANADA
                  Ehsan Jozaghi, Simon Fraser University

            PERCEPTIONS OF DEVIANCE WITHIN A SMALL-TOWN RESIDENTIAL MOTEL/TAVERN: AN
            ETHNOGRAPHY
                 Brandon Stroup, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
                                              Thursday, March 21, 2013




8:00 AM – 9:15 AM            EVENT #156                                              City View 6, 4th Fl.
            ROUNDTABLE: THE ROLE OF HISTORICALLY BLACK COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES (HBCU)
            IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE EDUCATION

                     Moderator: Keith Coleman, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University

                     Discussants: James Mays, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University; Helen
                     Taylor-Greene, Texas Southern University; Vernetta Young, Howard University


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM            EVENT #157                                              City View 7, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: POLICE PRACTITIONER MEETS POLICING SCHOLARS IN RESEARCH
                  Chair: Kam Chow Wong, Xavier University

            POLICE PRACTITIONER MEETS POLICING SCHOLARS IN RESEARCH
                  Kam Chow Wong, Xavier University

            THE PROBLEM OF POLICE PRACTITIONER AND RESEARCHER COLLABORATIONS
                  John Eterno, Molly College

            SHARING THOUGHTS AND DEBATING IDEAS: POLICE SCHOLARS VS. PRACTITIONERS
                  Dilip Das, International Police Executive Symposium; Danika McLeod, University of
                  Cincinnati

            QUALITY AND QUANTITY: A CONTENT ANALYSIS OF RESEARCH MANUSCRIPTS PUBLISHED
            IN POLICE PRACTICE AND RESEARCH
                   Melchor C. de Guzman, The College of Brockport, State University of New York


8:30 AM – 10:00 AM           EVENT #158                                 Trinity 1, 3rd Fl.
                             Justice Quarterly and Journal of Criminal
                             Justice Education Editorial Board Meetings

                             Justice Quarterly: 8:30 AM
                             Combined Editorial Board Continental Breakfast: 9:00 AM
                             Journal of Criminal Justice Education: 9:30 AM


9:00 AM – 10:30 AM           Coffee Bar                                              Lone Star C, 2nd Fl.


9:00 AM – 5:00 PM            Exhibit Hall Open                                       Lone Star C, 2nd Fl.


9:00 AM – 5:00 PM            Employment Exchange Open                                Lone Star A1, 2nd Fl.
                                              Thursday, March 21, 2013




9:30 AM – 10:45 AM          EVENT#159                                               Lone Star A1, 2nd Fl.

            EMPLOYMENT EXCHANGE SPECIAL EVENT
            PRESENTATION: TIPS FOR A SUCCESSFUL JOB INTERVIEW

                     Presenter: Jim Ruiz, Penn State Harrisburg and Employment Exchange Chair


9:30 AM – 10:45 AM          EVENT #160                                              Majestic 2, 37th Fl.
                            Community College Section Executive
                            Board Meeting


9:30 AM – 10:45 AM          EVENT #161                                              Majestic 3, 37th Fl.
                            Police Section Executive Board Meeting


9:30 AM – 10:45 AM          EVENT #162                                              Majestic 4, 37th Fl.
                            Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice
                            Editorial Board Meeting


9:30 AM – 10:45 AM          EVENT #163                                              Majestic 5, 37th Fl.
                            ACJS Membership Committee Meeting


9:30 AM – 10:45 PM          EVENT #164                                              Majestic 9, 37th Fl.
                            International Section Executive Board
                            Meeting


9:30 AM – 10:45 AM          EVENT #165                                              Press Club, 2nd Fl.
            OPEN SEMINAR: CERTIFICATION SESSION – BEST PRACTICES FOR ACHIEVING
            CERTIFICATION: ADVICE FROM CERTIFICATION COORDINATORS

                     Facilitators: Gary Bayens, Washburn University; Elizabeth Quinn, Fayetteville State
                     University; Patricia Grant, Virginia Commonwealth University; Harvey McMurray, North
                     Carolina Central University


9:30 AM – 10:45 AM          EVENT #166                                              Live Oak, 2nd Fl.
            PANEL: TYPES AND EFFECTS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
                  Chair: Ashley Wellman, The Citadel

            HOME IS WHERE THE HARM IS? MALE CRIMINAL JUSTICE STUDENTS’ PERCEPTIONS OF
            VIOLENCE IN THE HOME
                  Ashley Wellman, The Citadel; Catherine Burton, The Citadel; Martin Burton, The Citadel;
                  Michael Whelan, The Citadel
                                              Thursday, March 21, 2013



            TEXT CONTROL: DIGITAL MOBILE COMMUNICATION AND THE IMPACT ON DOMESTIC
            RELATIONSHIPS
                  Lynn Tovar, Lewis University

            THE EFFECT OF GENDER AND CHILDHOOD SEXUAL ABUSE ON INTIMATE PARTNER
            PERPETRATION: A CROSS-NATIONAL COMPARISON
                  Michelle Cubellis, John Jay College of Criminal Justice; Alana Henninger, John Jay College of
                  Criminal Justice; Daiwon Lee, John Jay College of Criminal Justice; Bryce Peterson, John Jay
                  College of Criminal Justice

            INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE: WHAT MAKES “US” ANGRY?
                  Keith Bell, West Liberty University; Jessica Bell, West Liberty University

            OLDER CRIMINALS AND THE CRIMES THEY COMMIT
                  Michael Palmiotto, Wichita State University; Brian Kingshott, Grand Valley State University;
                  Charles Hegstrom, Wichita State University


9:30 AM – 10:45 AM          EVENT #167                                               State Room 1, 3rd Fl.
            ROUNDTABLE: LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT IN AUSTERE TIMES

                     Moderator: Gene Stephens, University of South Carolina

                     Discussant: Jim Alexander, Texas Woman’s University


9:30 AM – 10:45 AM          EVENT #168                                               State Room 2, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: ASSESSING THE EFFECT OF CONCENTRATED PATROL ON CRIME HOT SPOTS
                  Chair: Jihong “Solomon” Zhao, Sam Houston State University

            WHAT WE DON’T KNOW ABOUT HOT SPOT INVERVENTIONS
                 Larry Hoover, Sam Houston State University

            EMPLOYING GIS IN HOT SPOT DEVELOPMENT EVALUATIONS
                 Yan Zhang, Sam Houston State University

            MEASURING THE “TREATMENT” IN HOT SPOT INTERVENTION EVALUATIONS
                 Ling Ren, Sam Houston State University

            EFFECTS OF CONCENTRATED PATROLS OF VARYING DURATION
                  William Wells, Sam Houston State University


9:30 AM – 10:45 AM          EVENT #169                                               State Room 3, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: COPS AND SEX OFFENDERS AND CONS, OH MY!
                  Chair: Jeffrey Rush, Troy University

            UNDERSTANDING THE POTENTIAL EFFECTS: EXAMINING THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN
            SELF-CONTROL AND USE OF FORCE APPROVAL
                  Blake LaFond, Pfeiffer University
                                             Thursday, March 21, 2013



            USING SOCIAL DISORGANIZATION TO ANALYZE SEX OFFENDER RESIDENCE LOCATIONS
                  Mark Rubin, Capella University

            LIMITING OFFENDER MISCONDUCT: EARNED PRIVILEGES COMPARED TO THE POSSIBLE
            LOSS OF GOOD TIME
                   Roger H. Bonner, University of Saint Mary

            THE ROLE OF FAITH IN REDUCING STRESS FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT
                  Jeffrey P. Rush, Troy University; Erica Whitman, Troy University


9:30 AM – 10:45 AM         EVENT #170                                              State Room 4, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: EXPLORING VETERANS COURTS
                  Chair: Judith Harris, University of Houston Downtown

            A CASE STUDY OF VETERANS IN VETERANS TREATMENT COURTS
                  Julie Baldwin, University of Florida

            BRINGING THE FEDS BACK IN: CROSS-AGENCY IMPLICATIONS FOR DRUG COURT “BEST
            PRACTICES” AMONG VETERANS COURTS
                  Laurie Drapela, Washington State University Vancouver

            THERAPUEUTIC JURISPRUDENCE AND ITS APPLICATION AND EXECUTION IN VETERANS’
            COURTS
                 Judith Harris, University of Houston Downtown

            PROTECTING THE PROTECTORS: THE NEED FOR VETERANS TREATMENT COURT
                 Jamie Kim, Missouri State University; Patti Salinas, Missouri State University


9:30 AM – 10:45 AM         EVENT #171                                              Trinity 2, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: EXPLORING BIOLOGY AND CRIME
                  Chair: Jamie Vaske, Western Carolina University

            GESTATION AND CHILDHOOD CONDUCT PROBLEMS
                 Daniel Pacheco, The University of Texas at Dallas; James Christopher Barnes, The University
                 of Texas at Dallas

            THE 2D:4D DIGIT RATIO AND RISK OF CRIMINAL VICTIMIZATION
                  Anthony W. Hoskin, University of Texas of the Permian Basin; Lee Ellis, University of Malaya

            GENETIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL INFLUENCES ON RESILIENCE AND VULNERABILITY TO RISK
            FOR DELINQUENCY
                  James Newsome, University of Texas at San Antonio

            DOPAMINERGIC POLYMORPHISMS, ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT, AND VIOLENT DELINQUENCY
                 lhong Yun, Chosun University; Seung-Gon Kim, Chosun University; Anthony Walsh, Boise
                 State University
                                               Thursday, March 21, 2013




9:30 AM – 10:45 AM           EVENT #172                                                Trinity 3, 3rd Fl.

            FEATURE ROUNDTABLE: EMPLOYING EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICES: THE POLITICS OF
            JUVENILE JUSTICE, TEXAS STYLE

                     Moderator: JoAnn Burbridge - Texas Juvenile Crime Prevention Center, Prairie View A&M
                     University

                     Discussants: Terry Smith, Dallas County Juvenile Services Department; Michele Deitch,
                     University of Texas- Austin; Erin Espinosa, University of Texas at Austin; Jennifer Rockett,
                     Texas Juvenile Crime Prevention Center



9:30 AM – 10:45 AM           EVENT #173                                                Trinity 4, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: INTERNATIONAL PRACTICES IN PROFILING, PREVENTION AND COUNTER-
            TERRORISM
                  Chair: Loftin C. Woodiel, Missouri Baptist University

            ANALYZE SOCIO YURIDICIAL CONTRA AND COUNTER TERRORISM IN INDONESIA
                  Dini Dewi Heniarti, State Islamic University; Agus Ahamed Safei, The State Islamic University

            TRANSNATIONAL CRIME AND PREVENTION MEASURE IN TAIWAN
                 Wei-Teh Mon, Central Police University

            TECHNIQUES IN THE PROFILING OF TERRORIST ORGANIZATIONS
                  Loftin C. Woodiel, Missouri Baptist University

            CBNR (CHEMICAL, BIOLOGICAL, RADIOLOGICAL, NUCLEAR) DEFENSE FOR FIRST
            RESPONDERS
                  Lisa Ann Zanglin, Auburn University Montgomery


9:30 AM – 10:45 AM           EVENT #174                                                Trinity 5, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: RESTORATIVE JUSTICE APPLICATIONS WITH YOUTH
                  Chair: Aida Hass, Missouri State University

            THE IMPACT OF THE GREENE COUNTY JUVENILE JUSTICE VICTIM IMPACT PANEL ON
            OFFENDER PERCEPTIONS OF REMORSE AND EMPATHY
                  Aida Hass, Missouri State University; Samantha Lucas, Missouri State University

            JUVENILE RECIDIVISM AND VICTIM OFFENDER MEDIATION: A META-ANALYSIS
                  Dustin Eicke, Texas State University-San Marcos

            YOUTH EFFICACY IN DEVELOPING SOLUTIONS FOR REDUCING VIOLENCE – FINDINGS FROM
            A PEACEMAKING CIRCLE PROJECT
                  Renee Trombley, Southern University of New Orleans

            THE SCHOOL TO PRISON PIPELINE: ALTERNATIVE STRATEGIES FOR EDUCATIONAL
            OPPORTUNITIES FOR ALL YOUTH
                  Pamela Schultz, Arkansas State University.
                                               Thursday, March 21, 2013




9:30 AM – 10:45 AM           EVENT #175                                                City View 1, 4th Fl.
            OPEN SEMINAR: ONLINE SURVEY DESIGN AND ADMINISTRATION: BEST PRACTICES

                     Facilitators: Kenethia McIntosh Fuller, North Carolina Central University; Jennifer Roberts,
                     Indiana University of Pennsylvania


9:30 AM – 10:45 AM           EVENT #176                                                City View 2, 4th Fl.

            PANEL: CORRELATES OF INMATE MISCONDUCT AND REPORTING MISCONDUCT
                  Chair: Michael Harrington, Northern Michigan University

            RE-EXAMINING PRISON MISCONDUCT IN THE 21ST CENTURY
                  Michael Harrington, Northern Michigan University

            PREDICTIVE FACTORS OF INSTITUTIONAL MISCONDUCT: A STUDY OF THE EFFECT OF
            GENDER ON VIOLENT BEHAVIOR
                  Molly Smith, Sam Houston State University; Gaylene Armstrong, Sam Houston State University

            PERPETRATORS OF INTIMATE PARTNER HOMICIDE: AN ANALYSIS OF THEIR PRISON RULE
            VIOLATING BEHAVIOR
                  Jon Sorensen, East Carolina University; Bradley Williams, East Carolina University

            A QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS OF CONTEXTUAL INDICATORS OF REPORTING PRISON VIOLENCE
                  Georgen Guerrero, University of the Incarnate Word


9:30 AM – 10:45 AM           EVENT #177                                                City View 3, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: COMMUNITY AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC ISSUES IN OFFENDER REENTRY
                  Chair: Andy Hochstetler, Iowa State University

            PREDICTING RECIDIVISM OF RELEASED OFFENDERS USING INDIVIDUAL, SPATIAL, AND
            RESIDENTIAL DATA
                  Andy Hochstetler, Iowa State University; David Peters, Iowa State University

            SOCIO-ECONOMIC RE-INTEGRATION ISSUES FACED BY EX-OFFENDERS
                  Kim Beaton, Wiley College

            RACE/ETHNICITY, GENDER, AND CRIMINAL STIGMA: AN EXPANDED ASSESSMENT OF THE
            CONSEQUENCES OF IMPRISONMENT FOR EMPLOYMENT
                  Natalie R. Ortiz, Arizona State University; Scott Decker, Arizona State University; Cassia
                  Spohn, Arizona State University

            COMPENSATION STATUTES AND POST-EXONERATION OFFENDING
                 Amy Shlosberg, Fairleigh Dickinson University; Evan Mandery, John Jay College of Criminal
                 Justice; Valerie West, John Jay College of Criminal Justice; Bennett Callaghan
                                              Thursday, March 21, 2013




9:30 AM – 10:45 AM           EVENT #178                                            City View 4, 4th Fl.

            PANEL: ENVIRONMENTAL CRIME
                  Chair; Melissa L. Jarrell, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi

            ANALYZING THE ROLE OF ANIMAL VICTIMIZATION IN ENVIRONMENTAL CRIME
            PROSECUTIONS, 2001-11
                  Melissa L. Jarrell, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi; Joshua Ozymy, Texas A&M
                  University-Corpus Christi; William Sandel, Texas State University-San Marcos

            INDIGENOUS LAW ENFORCEMENT MECHANISMS AND ENFORCEMENT OF WILDLIFE
            PROTECTION LAWS IN A NIGERIAN NATIONAL PARK
                  Emeka E. Obioha, Tshwane University of Technology; Paul Isiugo, University of Port Harcourt

            POLICING ENVIRONMENTAL CRIME: A COMPLEX MATTER
                  Toine Spapens, Tilburg University


9:30 AM – 10:45 AM           EVENT #179                                            City View 5, 4th Fl.

            FEATURE ROUNDTABLE: THE NEED FOR CRIME, MEDIA AND POPULAR CULTURE
            RESEARCH IN A MEDIATED GLOBAL SOCIETY

                     Moderator: Franklin T. Wilson, Indiana State University

                     Discussants: Christopher T. Brown, The University of Arkansas at Monticello; Lindsey L.
                     Upton, Old Dominion University; Anne M. Lee, Old Dominion University; Mitchel P. Roth, Sam
                     Houston State University; Kevin F. Steinmetz, Sam Houston State University; Howard
                     Henderson, Sam Houston State University; Jacqueline Buffington-Vollum, University of
                     Minnesota Duluth; Scott Vollum, University of Minnesota Duluth



9:30 AM – 10:45 AM           EVENT #180                                            City View 6, 4th Fl.
            ROUNDTABLE: THE VALUE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND SECURITY DEGREES

                     Moderator: James Ness, University of Phoenix

                     Discussants: Matthew O’Deane, University of Phoenix; Stephen Morreale, Worcester State
                     University; Martin Greenburg, Miles College


9:30 AM – 10:45 AM           EVENT #181                                            City View 7, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: ADMINISTRATIVE ISSUES RELATED TO PERSONNEL, IRB, MENTORING,
            DISSERTATIONS AND CURRICULUM
                  Chair: Bitna Kim, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

            POLITICS AND CJ PERSONNEL IN THE GREAT PLAINS
                   Elizabeth Ann Maier, University of Central Oklahoma; Jill Fort, Newman University
                                              Thursday, March 21, 2013



            DOCTORAL STUDENT MENTORING: REVISITING THE ‘ONE SIZE’ FITS ALL PARADIGM
                 Bitna Kim, Indiana University of Pennsylvania; Alida V. Merlo, Indiana University of
                 Pennsylvania

            THE ROLE OF THE INSTITUTIONAL REVIEW BOARD (IRB) IN THE FIELD OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE
                  Marissa Levy, The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey; Christine Tartaro, The Richard
                  Stockton College of New Jersey

            A CONTENT ANALYSIS OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE GRADUATE SCHOOL CURRICULUMS
                  Jeff Schmidt, Southeast Missouri State University; Michelle Kilburn, Southeast Missouri State
                  University.

            A COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL APPROACH TO DISSERTATION COMPLETION
                  Robert Werling, California State University Stanislaus; Patricia Cardner, Carder Consulting


9:30 AM – 10:45 AM           EVENT #182                                               City View 8, 4th Fl.

            FEATURE ROUNDTABLE: OFFICIAL STATISTICS, GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONS AND
            ACADEMIC RESEARCHERS-HOW CAN WE INCREASE UTILIZATION OF BIAS CRIME DATA:

                     Moderator: Carolyn Petrosino, Bridgewater State University

                     Discussants: Thomas Adams, Texas Department of Public Safety; James Nolan, West Virginia
                     University; Jack McDevitt, Northeastern University; Lynn Langton, Bureau of Justice Statistics



11:00 AM – 12:15 PM          EVENT #183                                               Lone Star A2, 2nd Fl.
                             ACJS Student Luncheon

                             Open to all student registrants. Badges will be checked at the door.


11:00 AM – 12:15 PM          EVENT #184                                               Lone Star A3, 2nd Fl.
                             ACJS 2013 Program Committee Meeting


11:00 AM – 12:15 PM          EVENT #185                                               Majestic 2, 37th Fl.
                             Juvenile Justice Section Executive Board
                             Meeting
                                           Thursday, March 21, 2013




11:00 AM – 12:15 PM       EVENT #186                                              Lone Star A4, 2nd Fl.

            FEATURE ROUNTABLE: NEW DIRECTIONS IN STUDYING AND TEACHING TRANSNATIONAL
            CRIME

                  Moderator: Phillip Reichel, University of Northern Colorado

                  Discussants: Jay Albanese, Virginia Commonwealth University; Richard Bennett, American
                  University; Marlyn J. Jones, California State University, Sacramento; Gorazd Mesko, University
                  of Maribor



11:00 AM – 12:15 PM       EVENT #187                                              Live Oak, 2nd Fl.

            ROUNDTABLE: PROMISING CORRECTIONAL REHABILITATION PROGRAMS

                  Moderator: Kyle Ward, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

                  Discussants: EmmaLeigh Kirchner, Indiana University of Pennsylvania; Brandon Stroup,
                  Indiana University of Pennsylvania; Nayab Hakim, Indiana University of Pennsylvania; Darla
                  Drummond, Indiana University of Pennsylvania; Stacie Merken, Indiana University of
                  Pennsylvania


11:00 AM – 12:15 PM       EVENT #188                                              State Room 1, 3rd Fl.

            ROUNDTABLE: CONFRONTING THE MYRIAD OF ISSUES FACING CHIEFS OF POLICE IN
            SMALL TO MID-SIZE POLICE DEPARTMENTS

                  Moderator: Robert Taylor, University of Texas at Dallas

                  Discussants: Doug Kowalski, McKinney Police Department; Jimmy Perdue, North Richland Hills
                  Police Department; Rex Redden, Carrollton Police Department; Brian Harvey, Allen Police
                  Department; Carl Smith, City of Midlothian


11:00 AM – 12:15 PM       EVENT #189                                              State Room 2, 3rd Fl.

            FEATURE ROUNDTABLE: O.W. WILSON AWARD RECIPIENTS: THE PAST, PRESENT, AND
            FUTURE OF POLICE RESEARCH

                  Moderator: Janice Ahmad, University of Houston Downtown

                  Discussants: Larry Hoover, Sam Houston State University; Robert Taylor, The University of
                  Texas at Dallas
                                             Thursday, March 21, 2013




11:00 AM – 12:15 PM         EVENT #190                                              State Room 3, 3rd Fl.

            ROUNDTABLE: POLICING MULTICULTURAL AND IMMIGRANT COMMUNITIES: ISSUES AND
            STRATEGIES

                    Moderator: Michael M. Berlin, Coppin State University

                    Discussants: Dilip K. Das, Coppin State University; Leonard D. Hamm, Coppin State University
                    Police Department



11:00 AM – 12:15 PM         EVENT #191                                              State Room 4, 3rd Fl.

            PANEL: INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES ON SENTENCING
                  Chair: Ming-Li Hsieh, Washington State University

            PRELIMINARY EVALUATION OF A COMPUTERIZED SENTENCING POLICY
                  Ming-Li Hsieh, Washington State University

            JUDICIAL CONCEPTIONS OF RISK: AN ANALYSIS OF CANADIAN DANGEROUS OFENDER
            JUDGMENTS AND THE NEW PENOLOGY
                   Christopher Doni, University of Ontario Institute of Technology

            DEFINING WRONGFUL CONVICTION: PERSPECTIVES OF CANADIAN FEDERAL EX-PRISONERS
                  Rose Ricciardelli, York University


11:00 AM – 12:15 PM         EVENT #192                                              Trinity 2, 3rd Fl.

            PANEL: SITUATIONAL APPROACHES AND VIOLENT CRIME
                  Chair: Lucia Summers, Texas State University

            THE EFFECT OF ARIZONA’S “STAND YOUR GROUND” LAW ON ROBBERY
                  Mitch Chamlin, Texas State University

            EXPLORING SEASONALITY AND CRIME IN ANCHORAGE, ALASKA
                 Troy C. Payne, University of Alaska Anchorage

            THE JOINT INFLUENCE OF NEIGHBORHOOD CHARACTERISTICS AND JOURNEY TO CRIME ON
            THE SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF OUTDOOR VIOLENCE
                  Lucia Summers, Texas State University; Shane Johnson, University College London

            AGGRESSION OUTSIDE THE BARROOM
                 Thomas Zawisza, University of Arkansas Little Rock; Kyle Burgason, University of Arkansas
                 Little Rock; Jennifer Miller, University of Arkansas Little Rock; Stacy Moak, University of
                 Arkansas Little Rock

            AGGRESSION INSIDE THE BARROOM
                 Steve Geoffrion, University of Montreal; Frédéric Ouellet, University of Montreal; Rémi Boivin,
                 University of Montreal; Marcus Felson, Texas State University
                                             Thursday, March 21, 2013




11:00 AM – 12:15 PM        EVENT #193                                                Trinity 3, 3rd Fl.

            PANEL: OUTCOMES OF RISK ASSESSMENT FOR JUVENILES
                  Chair: Sherill Morris, Prairie View A&M University

            PREDICTIVE VALIDITY OF JUVENILE RISK ASSESSMENT
                  James McCafferty, University of Cincinnati

            SOLITARY CONFINEMENT FOR JUVENILES: A PSYCHOLOGICAL AND ETHICAL ANALYSIS
                  Sharmaine Tapper, Prairie View A & M University

            THE GANG MEMBER LABEL, TYPE OF CRIME, AND LENGTH OF INCARCERATION
                  Susan Quinn, Georgia Gwinnett College

            THE EFFECTS OF EDUCATION ON THE BEHAVIOR OF INCARCERATED YOUTH
                  Sharece Downey, Prairie View A&M University


11:00 AM – 12:15 PM        EVENT #194                                                Trinity 4, 3rd Fl.

            ROUNDTABLE: THE RISK AND PROTECTIVE FACTORS OF YOUTH VIOLENCE: AN
            INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE

                   Moderator: Patrice Morris, Western Connecticut State University

                   Discussants: Latham Winfree, Arizona State University; Charles M. Katz, Arizona State
                   University; Edward Maguire, American University; John Winterdyk, Mount Royal University


11:00 AM – 12:15 PM        EVENT #195                                                Trinity 5, 3rd Fl.

            PANEL: VARIATIONS IN GANG MEMBERSHIP – AFFILIATIONS, REENTRY AND GENDER
            ISSUES
                  Chair: Suman Kkaar, Florida International University

            GAUGING GANG AFFILIATION’S CONSISTENCY AS A “MASTER STATUS”
                  Brie Diamond, University of Texas at Dallas; Jonathan W. Caudell, California State University;
                  Chad R. Trulson, University of North Texas; Stephanie Karas, California State University

            PROBATION AND PAROLE OFFICERS’ PERCEPTIONS OF THE REENTRY NEEDS OF GANG
            MEMBERS
                 Nathan Lowe, American Probation and Parole Association; Adam Matz, American Probation
                 and Parole Association

            GANG MEMBERSHIP AND GENDER: DOES BEING A FEMALE GANG MEMBER AFFECT THE
            TYPE, FREQUENCY AND INTENSITY OF CRIMES COMMITTED
                   Suman Kkaar, Florida International University
                                             Thursday, March 21, 2013




11:00 AM – 12:15 PM         EVENT #196                                              City View 1, 4th Fl.

            PANEL: EXAMINING PROGRAMMATIC ISSUES IN HIGHER EDUCATION
                  Chair: Kenethia McIntosh Fuller, North Carolina Central University

            MAINTAINING ACADEMIC INTEGRITY IN AN ACCELERATED, ONLINE MASTER OF CRIMINAL
            JUSTICE PROGRAM
                  Lorenzo M. Boyd, Fayetteville State University; Kenethia McIntosh Fuller, North Carolina
                  Central University; Joshua Pillow, Fayetteville State University; Desiree’ Akuchie, North
                  Carolina Central University

            RESEARCHING PROFESSIONALS OR PROFESSIONAL RESEARCHERS? A COMPARISON OF
            PROFESSIONAL DOCTORATE AND PH.D. PROGRAMS IN CJ
                 Jaclyn Schildkraut, Texas State University – San Marcos; Mark Stafford, Texas State University

            DEVELOPING A DEGREE COMPLETION PROGRAM IN CRIMINOLOGY AND RESTORATIVE
            JUSTICE STUDIES
                  Duane Ruth-Heffelbower, Center for Peacemaking and Conflict Studies of Fresno Pacific
                  University; Jill Schellenberg, Center for Peacemaking and Conflict Studies of Fresno Pacific
                  University

            THE ACJS CODE OF ETHICS IN THE CLASSROOM: PRACTICING WHAT WE PREACH
                  Jay Berman, New Jersey City University


11:00 AM – 12:15 PM         EVENT #197                                              City View 2, 4th Fl.

            PANEL: CLASSIFICATION, INSTITUTIONAL PLACEMENT, AND MANAGEMENT OF PRISON
            INMATES
                  Chair: Benjamin Steiner, University of Nebraska, Omaha

            THE MINNESOTA SCREENING TOOL: ASSESSING RECIDIVISM RISK
                  Grant Duwe, Minnesota Department of Corrections

            THE EFFECTS OF SOLITARY CONFINEMENT ON PRISONERS IN CUSTODIAL SETTINGS: A
            META-ANALYSIS
                  Ryan M. Labrecque, University of Cincinnati; Paula Smith, University of Cincinnati; Paul
                  Gendreau, University of New Brunswick-St. John

            ASSESSING THE EFFECTS OF EXPOSURE TO DIFFERENT PRISON ENVIRONMENTS ON
            OFFENDER RECIDIVISM
                 H. Daniel Butler, University of Nebraska, Omaha; Benjamin Steiner, University of Nebraska,
                 Omaha; Matthew Makarios, University of Wisconsin-Parkside; Lawrence Travis, University of
                 Cincinnati

            CORRECTIONAL OFFICER WILLINGNESS TO RESPOND TO CONSENSUAL AND ASSAULTIVE
            SEX AMONG INMATES
                  Carrie Cook, Georgia College & State University; Jodi Lane, University of Florida
                                              Thursday, March 21, 2013




11:00 AM – 12:15 PM         EVENT #198                                               City View 3, 4th Fl.

            OPEN SEMINAR: CONDUCTING INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH

                    Facilitators: Janice Joseph, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey; Marilyn Jones,
                    California State University, Sacramento


11:00 AM – 12:15 PM         EVENT #199                                               City View 4, 4th Fl.

            PANEL: CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE
                  Chair: Jessica Beisswanger, Alvernia University

            A LIFETIME CRIME: CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE
                   Jessica Beisswanger, Alvernia University; Rosemary McFee, Alvernia University

            THE EFFECT OF MEDIA COVERAGE DETAILING CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE IN THE CATHOLIC
            CHURCH ON PUBLIC CONFIDENCE
                  Christina Mancini, Florida Atlantic University; Ryan Shields, Florida State University

            EMPIRICAL RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CHILD SEX OFFENDERS AND VICTIMS IN SOUTH KOREA
                  Jisun Choi, John Jay College of Criminal Justice; Kyung-shick Choi, Bridgewater State
                  University; Youngki Woo, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

            THE TRACES OF ONLINE SEX PREDATORS IN AMERICA
                  Hasan Arslan, Pace University; Jeremy Braithwaite, University of California - Irvine


11:00 AM – 12:15 PM         EVENT #200                                               City View 5, 4th Fl.

            OPEN SEMINAR: PH.D. MAMA: BALANCING MOTHERHOOD AND THE ACADEMY

                    Facilitators: Stacy Mallicoat, California State University, Fullerton; Rebecca Paynich, Curry
                    College; Jessica Hodge, University of Missouri-Kansas City; Julie Ahamd Siddique, John Jay
                    College of Criminal Justice; Jill Rosenbaum, California State University, Fullerton



11:00 AM – 12:15 PM         EVENT #201                                               City View 6, 4th Fl.

            ROUNDTABLE: TEACHING CORRECTIONS: IN AND OUT OF THE CLASSROOM

                    Moderator: Lawrence Rosenberg, Millersville University of Pennsylvania

                    Discussants: Valerie Callanan, University of Akron; George F. Kain, Western Connecticut State
                    University; Mary C. Kain, Western Connecticut State University
                                             Thursday, March 21, 2013




11:00 AM – 12:15 PM         EVENT #202                                              City View 8, 4th Fl.

            PANEL: ANNUAL REVIEW OF THE SUPREME COURT TERM
                  Chair: Rolando del Carmen, Sam Houston State University

            THE SUPREME COURT AND THE SIXTH AMENDMENT
                  Michael Vaughn, Sam Houston State University

            THE SUPREME COURT AND LIABILITY
                  Craig Hemmens, Missouri State University

            THE SUPREME COURT AND THE FOURTH AMENDMENT
                  Jeffrey Walker, University of Arkansas at Little Rock

            THE SUPREME COURT AND THE FIFTH AMENDMENT
                  David Brody, Washington State University

            THE SUPREME COURT AND THE FIFTH AMENDMENT
                  Barbara Belbot, University of Houston-Downtown

            THE SUPREME COURT AND JUVENILES
                   Katherine Bennett, Armstrong Atlantic State University


12:30 PM – 1:45 PM          EVENT #203                                              City View 7, 4th Fl.
                            International Section Luncheon and
                            Gerhard O. W. Mueller Award Ceremony

                            2013 Award Recipient: TBD


12:30 PM – 1:45 PM          EVENT #204                                              Lone Star A4, 2nd Fl.

                            Presidential Invited Speaker: David Dow

                            “How Great Is The Risk That An Innocent Person Will Be Executed, And Why Should
                            We Care?”



12:30 PM – 1:45 PM          EVENT #205                                              Live Oak, 2nd Fl.

            PANEL: ADVANCING RESEARCH ON POLICE EVALUATION STRATEGIES
                  Chair: Kristie Blevins, Eastern Kentucky University

            LESSONS LEARNED FROM A MULTI-DISCIPLINARY, MULTI-JURISDICTIONAL ASSESSMENT
                 Kristie Blevins, Eastern Kentucky University; Vivan Lord, University of North Carolina Charlotte;
                 Beth Bjerregaard; University of North Carolina Charlotte

            EVALUTING ORDER MAINTENANCE POLICING
                  William Sousa, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
                                               Thursday, March 21, 2013



            POLICE USE OF CONDUCTED ELECTRONIC DEVICES IN TWO METROPOLITAN AREAS
                  Brenda Riley, Sam Houston State University

            EVALUATING THE CONTRIBUTION OF VOLUNTEERS TO POLICE AGENCIES
                 Janice Ahmad, University of Houston Downtown


12:30 PM – 1:45 PM           EVENT #206                                                State Room 1, 3rd Fl.
            ROUNDTABLE: “COMMUNITY POLICING – MYTH AND REALITY”

                     Moderator: Raymond Rainville, Saint Peter’s University

                     Discussants: Brian Royster, Saint Peter’s University; Nicolas Garcia, Saint Peter’s University;
                     Nicole Vasquez, Saint Peter’s University; David Clanton, Saint Peter’s University


12:30 PM – 1:45 PM           EVENT #207                                                State Room 2, 3rd Fl.
            ROUNDTABLE: THE CARUTH POLICE INSTITUTE: UNDERSTANDING THE UNIQUE MERGER OF
            UNIVERSITY, POLICE AND FOUNDATION PARTNERSHIPS

                     Moderator: Robert Taylor, University of Texas at Dallas

                     Discussants: Rick Smith, Caruth Police Institute; Richard Holden, University of North Texas at
                     Dallas; David Brown, Dallas Police Department; Robert Davis, RAND Corporation


12:30 PM – 1:45 PM           EVENT #208                                                State Room 3, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: YOUTHFUL PERCEPTIONS AND INTERACTIONS WITH THE LAW
                  Chair: Daniel M. Stewart, University of North Texas

            STUDENT PERCEPTIONS OF UNIVERSITY POLICE AND FEAR OF CRIME
                 Justin Nicholas Crowl, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

            JUVENILE INTERACTIONS WITH LAW ENFORCEMENT, TEXAS
                  Camille Gibson, Prairie View A&M University

            MEETING THE MISSION: AN EVALUATION OF SCHOOL SAFETY AND THE ROLE OF SCHOOL
            RESOURCE OFFICERS
                  Christine Eith, Johns Hopkins University

            FACTORS INFLUENCING JUVENILES’ ATTITUDES TOWARD THE POLICE
                 Daniel M. Stewart, University of North Texas; Robert Morris, University of Texas at Dallas;
                 Henriikka Weirr, University of Texas at Dallas
                                            Thursday, March 21, 2013




12:30 PM – 1:45 PM         EVENT #209                                             State Room 4, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: ANALYSIS OF SENTENCING POLICIES
                  Chair: Rose Ricciardelli, York University

            THE NORMALIZATION OF WRONGFUL CONVICTIONS AND BUDGETING FOR COMPENSATION
                  Myles Frederick McLellan, University of Ottawa

            CONSTITUTIONAL PROBLEMS WITH FEDERAL SUPERVISED RELEASE
                 Roger Roots, Jury Freedom in Our Time

            THE USE OF ALTERNATIVE SANCTIONS IN FEDERAL SENTENCING: ASSESSING THE EXTENT
            OF EXTRA-LEGAL FACTORS
                  Tasha Youstin, Florida Atlantic University

            INVESTIGATING SEX-BASED DISPARITIES AT THE PHASES OF PRETRIAL RELEASE AND
            SENTENCING
                  Natalie Goulette, University of Cincinnati


12:30 PM – 1:45 PM         EVENT #210                                             Trinity 1, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: RACE, ETHNICITY, IMMIGRATION, AND CRIME
                  Chair: Anthony A. Peguero, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

            RACE, IMMIGRANT STATUS, AND FEAR OF CRIME
                   Yuning Wu, Wayne State University

            DAY LABORERS IN TEXAS
                  Pablo Martinez, Texas State University - San Marcos; Barbara Smith, Texas State University
                  San Marcos

            ROUTINES, LIFESTYLES, AND VICTIMIZATION ACROSS IMMIGRATION GENERATIONS
                  Anthony A. Peguero, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

            AN EXAMINATION OF ROUTINE ACTIVITIES IN EXPLAINING GAP IN DELINQUENCY BETWEEN
            IMMIGRANT YOUTH AND NONIMMIGRANT YOUTH
                  Xin Jiang, Slippery Rock University


12:30 PM – 1:45 PM         EVENT #211                                             Trinity 2, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: NEW CONCEPTIONS AND APPLICATIONS OF TRADITIONAL THEORY
                  Chair: Joshua Battin, Mansfield University of Pennsylvania

            EXAMINING REAL ESTATE AGENTS AS A SOURCE OF NEIGHBORHOOD CONTEXT: A TEST OF
            COLLECTIVE EFFICACY THEORY
                  Joshua Battin, Mansfield University of Pennsylvania

            IT'S NOT MY FAULT: USING NEUTRALIZATION TECHNIQUES TO JUSTIFY CHEATING IN
            ACADEMIC SETTINGS AND SHOPLIFTING
                   Nayab Hakim, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
                                               Thursday, March 21, 2013



            TEST OF CAUSAL RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TECHNIQUES OF NEUTRALIZATION AND
            JUVENILE VIOLENCE
                  Youngki Woo, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

            PROPERTY AND VIOLENT CRIME RATES AND INCIDENCE OF STRUCTURAL VARIABLES
                 Brian Tate, Georgia College and State University; Carrie Cook, Georgia College and State
                 University


12:30 PM – 1:45 PM           EVENT #212                                                Trinity 3, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: FORGING RELATIONSHIPS FOR MORE EFFECTIVE SERVICES FOR JUVENILES.
                  Chair: Lorna E. Grant, North Carolina Central University

            COMMUNITY FORUM TO BUILD COLLABORATION
                 Christine Anderson, Western Illinois University

            TRANSFORMING A STATE REVOCATION PROGRAM: APPLICATION OF THE RNA PRINCIPLE
                 Hala Ramadan, University of Cincinnati

            THE IMPACT OF ADVOCACY SERVICES ON OUTCOMES FOR JUVENILE JUSTICE INVOLVED
            YOUTH
                  Douglas Evans, John Jay College of Criminal Justice; Michael Marks, Youth Advocates

            THE EFFECTIVENESS OF PREVENTION AND INTERVENTION PROGRAMS FOR JUVENILES
                  Titania Baggett, North Carolina Central University; Lorna E. Grant, North Carolina Central
                  University


12:30 PM – 1:45 PM           EVENT #213                                                Trinity 4, 3rd Fl.

            FEATURE ROUNDTABLE: EMERGING ISSUES IN VICTIMS’ RIGHTS

                     Moderator: Leah Daigle, Georgia State University

                     Discussants: Sadie Mummert, Georgia State University; Peggy Tobolowsky, University of North
                     Texas; Mario Gaboury, University of New Haven; Stephanie Frogge, University of Texas at
                     Austin



12:30 PM – 1:45 PM           EVENT #214                                                Trinity 5, 3rd Fl.

            FEATURE ROUNDTABLE: THE CHALLENGES AND PITFALLS OF INSTITUTIONALIZING
            RESTORATIVE JUSTICE

                     Moderator: Michael Gilbert, University of Texas-Austin

                     Discussants: Joanne Katz, Missouri Western State University; Gordon Bazemore, Florida
                     Atlantic University; Marilyn Armour, University of Texas-Austin; Morris Jenkins, University of
                     Toledo
                                                Thursday, March 21, 2013




12:30 PM – 1:45 PM           EVENT #215                                                 City View 1, 4th Fl.
            OPEN SEMINAR: CHALLENGES AND SOLUTIONS FOR FACULTY OF COLOR WORKING
            TOWARD TENURE

                     Facilitators: Hillary Potter, University of Colorado at Boulder; Allison Cotton, Metropolitan State
                     University of Denver


12:30 PM – 1:45 PM           EVENT #216                                                 City View 2, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: CONTEMPORARY JAIL CONCERNS: ISSUES OF POLICY AND PRACTICE
                  Chair: Brandon K. Applegate, University of South Carolina

            MAY WE HELP YOU? APPLYING ORGANIZATIONAL THEORY TO PREDICT JAILS’ HUMAN
            SERVICE
                  Riane Miller, University of South Carolina; Brandon K. Applegate, University of South
                  Carolina; William R. King, Sam Houston State University

            FEDERAL CIVIL SUITS CONCERNING CUSTODIAL SUICIDE: IS THE INDIVIDUAL SPECIFIC
            RULES ALIVE AND WELL?
                  Christine Tartaro, The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey

            SHOULD I STAY OR SHOULD I GO? JOB SATISFACTION AND TURNOVER INTENT OF JAIL
            STAFF
                  Jeanne B. Stinchcomb, Florida Atlantic University

            DYNAMICS OF CONTROL: JAIL OFFICERS’ PERCEPTIONS OF POWER AND INMATE
            MANAGEMENT
                 Brandon K. Applegate, University of South Carolina


12:30 PM – 1:45 PM           EVENT #217                                                 City View 3, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: PERSPECTIVES ON ADMINISTERING REENTRY AND REINTEGRATION
                  Chair: Elaine Gunnison, Seattle University

            EX-OFFENDER SUCCESS: PERSPECTIVES FROM CORRECTIONS OFFICIALS ON WHAT WORKS
            IN REENTRY
                  Elaine Gunnison, Seattle University; Jacqueline B. Helfgott, Seattle University

            PEACEMAKING REENTRY: AN EXAMINATION OF THE PEACEMAKING PARADIGM
            APPLICABILITY IN THE DELIVERY OF REENTRY PROGRAMS
                  Niquita Marie Vinyard, University of Missouri St. Louis

            PRACTITIONERS' PERCEPTIONS OF BARRIERS TO PRISONER REENTRY: A QUALITATIVE
            STUDY
                  Tiffany Cox Hernandez, Texas State University-San Marcos; H. Jaymi Elsass, Texas State
                  University-San Marcos

            CLIENT ORIENTED CONCERNS IN A REENTRY ENVIRONMENT: FOUR MANAGER’S
            PERSPECTIVES
                  Gautam Nayer, Texas Southern University; Greg Dillon, Brazoria County CSCD
                                               Thursday, March 21, 2013




12:30 PM – 1:45 PM           EVENT #218                                               City View 4, 4th Fl.

            FEATURE PANEL: NATIONAL POLITICS OF CRIME AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE IN AMERICA
                 Chair: Joshua Hill, Tiffin University

            PRESIDENTIAL RHETORIC, THE FEAR OF CRIME, AND THE HEGEMONIC STRATEGY OF THE
            SECURITY STATE
                  James Hawdon, Virginia Tech University; Robert Woods, Virginia Tech University

            RETHINKING REVENGE: RIGHT ON CRIME AND THE STRATEGIC LOSS OF MEMORY
                  Marvin Zalman, Wayne State University; Gary W. Potter, Eastern Kentucky University

            GOING SYMBOLIC: PRESIDENTIAL USE OF SYMBOLIC RHETORIC IN CRIME CONTROL POLICY
                  Nancy E. Marion, University of Akron; Willard M. Oliver, Sam Houston State University

            THE PURLOINED LETTERS: PRESIDENTIAL USE (AND ABUSE) OF SIGNING STATEMENTS IN
            CRIMINAL JUSTICE POLICY
                  Willard M. Oliver, Sam Houston State University; Nancy E. Marion, University of Akron; Joshua
                  Hill, Tiffin University



12:30 PM – 1:45 PM           EVENT #219                                               City View 5, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: MUSIC, NEWS MEDIA, COMIC BOOKS AND FILM: EXPLORING THE SCOPE OF CRIME,
            MEDIA AND POPULAR CULTURE
                  Chair: Franklin T. Wilson, Indiana State University

            HIP-HOP EXPLANATIONS OF CRIME
                  Kevin F. Steinmetz, Sam Houston State University; Howard Henderson, Sam Houston State
                  University

            PSYCHO KILLER: NEWS MEDIA DEPICTIONS OF MENTAL ILLNESS IN THE WAKE OF MASS
            SHOOTINGS
                 Jacqueline Buffington-Vollum, University of Minnesota Duluth; Scott Vollum, University of
                 Minnesota Duluth

            THE MASKED VIGILANTE: AN ANALYSIS OF SOCIAL ACCEPTANCE OF VIGILANTE ACTION
            THROUGH COMIC MEDIA
                  Christopher T. Brown, The University of Arkansas at Monticello

            READING MURDER: CRIME FICTION AND TRUE CRIME IN HOLLYWOOD FILMS OF THE 1940S
            AND 1950S
                  Frankie Y. Bailey, University of Albany


12:30 PM – 1:45 PM           EVENT #220                                               City View 6, 4th Fl.

            ROUNDTABLE: CRITICAL THINKING; CRITICAL WRITING; CRITICALLY SPEAKING

                     Moderator: James Phelps, Angelo State University Center for Security Studies

                     Discussants: Manuel Zamora, Angelo State University Center for Security Studies; Mark Pullin,
                     Angelo State University Center for Security Studies; Jeff Dailey, Angelo State University Center
                     for Security Studies; Monica Koenigsberg, Angelo State University Center for Security Studies
                                               Thursday, March 21, 2013




12:30 PM – 1:45 PM           EVENT #221                                            City View 8, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: THE POLITICS OF HATE CRIME
                  Chair: Carolyn Petrosino, Bridgewater State University

            EXPANDING EXISTING BIAS CRIME OFFENDER TYPOLOGIES
                 Silvina Ituarte, California State University East Bay

            THE WHITE PRISON MIND: UNIQUE ISSUES FACING INCARCERATED SUPREMACISTS
                  Randy Blazak, Portland State University

            HATE CRIME AGAINST IMMIGRANTS AND HISPANICS
                  Jack McDevitt, Northeastern University

            PROTECTED CATEGORIES IN HATE CRIME LEGISLATION
                 Brian Levin, California State University

            SERIAL KILLERS AND OTHER MULTIPLE MURDERERS: THEORIES ON WHY THEY KILL
                  Arthur Garrison, Kutztown University


12:30 PM – 1:45 PM           EVENT #222                                            Gramercy, 7th Floor
            PANEL: THE DIGITAL WORLD IN CRIMINOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE
                  Chair: Thomas J. Holt, Michigan State University

            THE OTHER SIDE OF THE DIGITAL DIVIDE: INTERNET USE AMONG A MARGINALIZED SAMPLE
                  Richard K. Moule, Arizona State University; David C. Pyrooz, Arizona State University; Scott H.
                  Decker, Arizona State University

            EXPLORING THE CORRELATES OF MALWARE VICTIMIZATION IN A COLLEGE SAMPLE
                 Adam M. Bossler, Georgia Southern University; Thomas J. Holt, Michigan State University;
                 George W. Burruss, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale

            CRIMINAL OFFENDING AND VICTIMIZATION IN ONLINE SETTINGS: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY
                  David C. Pyrooz, Arizona State University; Rick K. Moule, Arizona State University; Scott H.
                  Decker, Arizona State University

            EXAMINING THE MACRO-LEVEL CORRELATES OF MALICIOUS SOFTWARE INFECTIONS
                  Thomas J. Holt, Michigan State University; George W. Burruss, Southern Illinois University,
                  Carbondale; Adam M. Bossler, Georgia Southern University


12:30 PM – 4:45 PM           EVENT #223                                            Press Club, 2nd Fl.
            ACJS CERTIFICATION REVIEWER TRAINING

                     Facilitators: Gary Bayens, Washburn University; Ken Peak, University of Nevada at Las Vegas

                     Please note: Pre-registration is required.
                                             Thursday, March 21, 2013




2:00 PM – 3:15 PM           EVENT #224                                               City View 8, 4th Fl.
                            International Section General Meeting


2:00 PM – 3:15 PM           EVENT #225                                  Majestic 2, 37th Fl.
                            Critical Criminal Justice Section Executive
                            Board Meeting


2:00 PM – 3:15 PM           EVENT #226                                Majestic 3, 37th Fl.
                            Women in Criminal Justice Editorial Board
                            Meeting


2:00 PM – 3:15 PM           EVENT #227                                               Majestic 4, 37th Fl.
                            2013 Awards Committee Chairs Meeting


2:00 PM – 3:15 PM           EVENT #228                                               Lone Star A2, 2nd Fl.

            AUTHOR MEETS CRITICS : IDENTITY THIEVES: MOTIVES AND METHODS

                    Chair: Nicole Leeper Piquero, University of Texas at Dallas

                    Authors: Heith Copes, University of Alabama; Lynne M. Vieraitis, University of Texas at Dallas

                    Critics: Andrea Schoepfer, California State University San Bernardino; George E. Higgins,
                    University of Louisville:


2:00 PM – 3:15 PM           EVENT #229                                               Lone Star A4, 2nd Fl.

            FEATURE ROUNDTABLE: UNDERGRADUATE INVOLVEMENT IN AN INNOCENCE PROJECT

                    Moderator: Anthony M. Champagne, University of Texas at Dallas

                    Discussants: Aisha Noor, University of Texas at Dallas; Hannah Chapman, University of Texas
                    at Dallas; Rachel Perry, University of Texas at Dallas; Joseph Jenkins, University of Texas at
                    Dallas



2:00 PM – 3:15 PM           EVENT #230                                               Live Oak, 2nd Fl.
            PANEL: INNOVATIONS IN POLICING
                  Chair: John DeCarlo, University of New Haven Center for Advanced Policing

            POLICE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AND ITS EFFECT ON POLICE INNOVATION
                  John DeCarlo, University of New Haven Center for Advanced Policing; Michael Jenkins,
                  University of New Haven Center for Advanced Policing
                                              Thursday, March 21, 2013




            POLICE COMMUNITY MEDIATION: AN EVALUATION OF ITS COST AND EFFECTIVENESS
                  Donna Morris, University of New Haven; Michael Jenkins, University of New Haven Center for
                  Advanced Policing; Christopher Sedelmaier, University of New Haven Center for Advanced
                  Policing; John DeCarlo, University of New Haven Center for Advanced Policing

            A STUDY ON POLICE SECTOR INTEGRITY
                  Jon Shane, John Jay College of Criminal Justice; John DeCarlo, University of New Haven
                  Center for Advanced Policing; Michael Jenkins, University of New Haven Center for Advanced
                  Policing

            ASSESSING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF TRAFFIC-CALMING AND SPEED-CONTROL
            INTERVENTIONS
                  Brian Smith, University of New Haven Center for Advanced Policing; John DeCarlo, University
                  of New Haven Center for Advanced Policing


2:00 PM – 3:15 PM           EVENT #231                                               State Room 1, 3rd Fl.

            ROUNDTABLE: MAKING RESEARCH MATTER: HOW TO IMPROVE THE DIALOGUE BETWEEN
            PRACTITIONERS AND RESEARCHERS

                    Moderator: Maureen McGough, National Institute of Justice

                    Discussants: Katrina Baum, National Institute of Justice; Brian Payne, Georgia State University;
                    Jay Albanese, Virginia Commonwealth University


2:00 PM – 3:15 PM           EVENT #232                                               State Room 2, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: POLICE MISCONDUCT: PERCEPTION AND REALITY
                  Chair: Frank Valentino, University of South Carolina

            PERCEPTION IS REALITY: A QUALITATIVE APPROACH TO UNDERSTANDING POLICE OFFICER
            PERCEPTIONS OF CIVIL LIABILITY
                 Frank Valentino, University of South Carolina

            THE EDUCATION OF DIRTY HARRY: TOWARDS A THEORY OF OCCUPATIONAL
            OVERZEALOUSNESS
                  Matthew Hinds-Aldrich, Anna Maria College

            THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN POLICE OCCUPATIONAL DEVIANCE AND LENGTH OF SERVICE
            IN A LARGE POLICE AGENCY
                   Roy Alston, Frisco, Texas

            POLICE CORRUPTION: A THREAT TO SOUTH AFRICA’S NEW DEMOCRACY
                  Shaka Yesufu, University of Kwazulu Natal; Melbourne Kweyama, Anglia Ruskin University
                                           Thursday, March 21, 2013




2:00 PM – 3:15 PM         EVENT #233                                           State Room 3, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: FROM ANOTHER PERSPECTIVE
                  Chair: James Wade Parlow, Winona State University

            TRANSITION STRESS IN OEF/OIF WOMEN VETERANS IN NEW CAREERS AS POLICE OFFICERS
                  Ronn Johnson, University of San Diego

            INCLUSION AND ACCESSIBILITY: DEAF, DISABLED AND EXPERIENCES WITH THE CRIMINAL
            JUSTICE SYSTEM: A QUALITATIVE STUDY
                  Aviva Twersky Glasner, Bridgewater State University

            POLICE RESPONSE TO MENTAL ILLNESS ON CAMPUS
                  Penny R. Shtull, Norwich University

            WORKING WITH THE TRANSGENDER COMMUNITY: RESPECTING RIGHTS AND AVOIDING
            LITIGATION, WHAT A STREET OFFICER NEEDS TO KNOW
                   James Wade Parlow, Winona State University


2:00 PM – 3:15 PM         EVENT #234                                           State Room 4, 3rd Fl.

            PANEL: SENTENCING ISSUES FROM THE STATE PERSPECTIVE
                  Chair: Lee E. Ayers, Southern Oregon University

            JUSTICE REINVESTMENT: THE OREGON APPROACH
                  Lee E. Ayers, Southern Oregon University

            A MULTIMETHOD ANALYSIS OF SENTENCING DECISIONS IN A PENNSYLVANIA COUNTY
                  Brian Iannacchione, University of Northern Colorado

            NEW YORK STATE DRUG LAW REFORM: INTRODUCTION AND PRELIMINARY FINDINGS
                 Jing Liu, New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services

            AN EVALUATION OF ST. LOUIS COUNTY DRUG COURTS: SUCCESS, FAILURE AND LESSONS
            LEARNED
                  M. Dyan McGuire, Saint Louis University


2:00 PM – 3:15 PM         EVENT #235                                           Trinity 1, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: CAUSES OF RACIAL DISPARITY IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE
                  Chair: Daniel E. Georges-Abeyie, Texas Southern University

            THROUGH THE LENS OF RACE?: WHY THE NON-DISCRIMINATION THESIS JUST MAKES SENSE
                 Jermaine A. Johnson, San Jacinto College; Rashaunda Sterling, San Jacinto College

            THE THEORY OF SOCIAL CULTURAL RESISTANCE---AFROCENTRISM
                  Daniel E. Georges-Abeyie, Texas Southern University
                                             Thursday, March 21, 2013



            TEACHING ABOUT RACE AND CRIME: COMMON ASSUMPTIONS
                  Sara Buck Doude, Georgia College and State University

            THE GEORGES-ABEYIE SOCIAL CULTURAL RESISTANCE SCALE AND THE PREDICTION OF
            RECIDIVISM
                  Daniel E. Georges-Abeyie, Texas Southern University; Robert M. Mupier, Texas Southern
                  University


2:00 PM – 3:15 PM          EVENT #236                                             Trinity 2, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: LONGITUDINAL THEORY TESTING: REACTIONS TO CRIME AND SMALL AREA CRIME
            COUNTS
                  Chair: Ralph Taylor, Temple University

            HOME SWEET (AND SECURE) HOME: PERCEIVED RISK, PERCEIVED INCIVILITIES AND
            HOUSEHOLD PROTECTION
                 Jillian Eidson, Temple University

            CHANGES IN ONE COMMON HOUSEHOLD PROTECTION AND WEINSTEIN’S MODELS OF
            PRECAUTIONARY BEHAVIOR
                 Ingrid Johnson, Temple University

            LAGGED IMPACTS OF RISK PERCEPTIONS ON PERCEIVED INCIVILITIES: INVERTING A CORE
            ASSUMPTION OF THE INCIVILITIES THESIS
                 Nathan Link, Temple University; Joseph Pitts, Temple University; Kelly Waltman-Spreha,
                 Temple University; James Kelly, Temple University; Nola Joyce, Temple University

            KEEPING ONE STEP AHEAD: GENERATING RISK HETEROGENEITY MAP SURFACES TO
            PREDICT LONG TERM CRIME PATTERNS
                  Amber Perenzin, Temple University


2:00 PM – 3:15 PM          EVENT #237                                             Trinity 3, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: MALE AND FEMALE ISSUES IN THE JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM
                  Chair: Jessica Hodge, University of Missouri, Kansas City

            EXAMINING GENDER AND RACE DIFFERENCES IN THE EFFECTS OF INCARCERATION ON
            RECIDIVISM
                  Darren Beneby, Prairie View A&M University

            EXAMINING THE INTERSECTIONALITY OF GIRLS’ MARGINALIZED IDENTITIES THROUGH THE
            LENS OF JUVENILE JUSTICE STAFF
                  Jessica Hodge, University of Missouri, Kansas City; Kristi Holsinger University of Missouri,

            LIFE WITHOUT THE POSSIBILITY OF PAROLE FOR JUVENILE HOMICIDE OFFENDERS: MILLER
            V. ALABAMA (2012)
                   Kallee Spooner, Sam Houston State University

            LIFE WITHOUT PAROLE FOR JUVENILE OFFENDERS
                   Michael Payne, University of Dayton
                                             Thursday, March 21, 2013




2:00 PM – 3:15 PM          EVENT #238                                              Trinity 4, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: USING CRIMINOLOGICAL THEORY TO EXPLAIN VICTIMIZATION
                  Chair: Sadie Mummert, Georgia State University

            INDIVIDUAL-LEVEL RISK FACTORS FOR REPEAT INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE: A GENDERED
            ANALYSIS
                   Leah E. Daigle, Georgia State University; Sadie Mummert, Georgia State University

            EXAMINING SOCIAL SUPPORT AS A MODERATOR BETWEEN DATING VIOLENCE
            VICTIMIZATION AND RISKY BEHAVIOR
                   Tara N. Richards, Appalachian State University; Kathryn Brand, University of Tampa

            THE SUBSTANCE-RELATED ETIOLOGY OF TEEN DATING VIOLENCE VICTIMIZATION: DOES
            GENDER MATTER?
                  Jennifer M. Reingle, University of Texas; Wesley G. Jennings, University of South Florida;
                  Michael O. Maume, University of North Carolina Wilmington; Kelli Komro, University of
                  Florida

            GENDER AND VICTIMIZATION: THE RELATIVE EFFECT OF SELF-CONTROL ON MALE AND
            FEMALE PROPERTY AND PERSONAL CRIME VICTIMS
                 Cortney A. Franklin, Sam Houston State University


2:00 PM – 3:15 PM          EVENT #239                                              Trinity 5, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: VIOLENT CRIME INVOLVEMENT OF YOUTH OFFENDERS
                  Chair: Christian Bolden, Loyola University – New Orleans

            TEACHING CHILDREN TO FORGIVE: EXPLORING THE USEFULNESS OF FORGIVENESS AS A
            VIOLENCE PREVENTION TECHNIQUE FOR CHILDREN
                  Anthony McBride, Western Illinois University; Maureen P. Buzold, Western Illinois University

            YOUTH HOMICIDE: TALES FROM THE JEFFERSON COUNTY CORONER’S DATA
                 Suzanne Perumean-Chaney, University Alabama Birmingham; Shelly McGrath, University
                 Alabama Birmingham

            GANGS AND TERRORISM-NEXUS POSSIBILITIES
                 Christian Bolden, Loyola University-New Orleans

            AUTO THEFT PARTICIPATION AND CRIMINAL BEHAVIOUR TRENDS AMONG INCARCERATED
            SERIOUS AND VIOLENT YOUNG OFFENDERS
                  Amanda McCormack, University of the Fraser Valley; Raymond Carrado, Simon Fraser
                  University; Lauren Freedman, Simon Fraser University; Irwin Cohen, University of the Fraser
                  Valley
                                             Thursday, March 21, 2013




2:00 PM – 3:15 PM          EVENT #240                                              City View 1, 4th Fl.
            ROUNDTABLE: THE POLITICS OF CRIME AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE 1963-2013: WHAT HAS
            CHANGED AND WHAT HAS NOT

                    Moderator: Vincent J. Webb, Sam Houston State University

                    Discussants: Gary Cordner, Kutztown University; Douglas Dretke, Sam Houston State
                    University; Stan Stojkovic, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee


2:00 PM – 3:15 PM          EVENT #241                                              City View 2, 4th Fl.

            PANEL: THE CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES OF CORRECTIONAL OFFICER STRESS AND JOB
            SATISFACTION
                  Chair: Thomas Baker, Virginia Commonwealth University

            A HIERARCHICAL ANALYSIS OF CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS’ PROCEDURAL JUSTICE
            JUDGMENTS OF CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS
                  Thomas Baker, Virginia Commonwealth University; Jill A. Gordon, Virginia Commonwealth
                  University; Faye Taxman, George Mason University

            OEF/OIF VETERAN ADJUSTMENTS AS CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS
                  Ronn Johnson, University of San Diego; Genenieve Bartuski, Alliant International University

            PROVINCIAL PEACE OFFICERS’ EXPERIENCES AT WORK: DOES GENDER MATTER?
                  Rose Ricciardelli, York University

            THE IMPACT OF WORK-FAMILY CONFLICT ON CORRECTIONAL OFFICER JOB STRESS AND
            JOB SATISFACTION
                  Jessica Wells, Sam Houston State University; Gaylene Armstrong, Sam Houston State
                  University; Casandra Atkin-Plunk, Sam Houston State University


2:00 PM – 3:15 PM          EVENT #242                                              City View 3, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: MANAGING SEXUAL ABUSE VICTIMS AND SEX OFFENDERS DURING REENTRY
                  Chair: Ashley Blackburn, University of Houston-Downtown

            SUCCESS ON PAROLE: EXPLORING FACTORS IMPACTING SEX OFFENDER RECIDIVISM
                 Erica E. Solis, University of Houston-Downtown; Ashley G. Blackburn, University of Houston-
                 Downtown; Frank Williams III, University of Houston-Downtown; Clete Snell, University of
                 Houston-Downtown

            THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ABUSE HISTORY AND CRIME TYPE OF FEMALE PAROLEES
                  Michele Grillo, Monmouth University; Victoria M. Rivera, Monmouth University; Amy L.
                  Rochette, Monmouth University
                                             Thursday, March 21, 2013



            TECHNOLOGICAL PUNITIVISM: ANNUAL REGISTRATION COSTS OF SEX OFFENDERS: A
            NATIONAL ASSESSMENT
                  David A. Makin, Washington State University; Lauren M. Block, Washington State University;
                  Christopher M. Campbell, Washington State University

            DESISTANCE FROM SEXUAL OFFENDING: THE IMPACT OF POLICIES THAT RESTRICT
            EMPLOYMENT AND RESIDENCE
                  Danielle Arlanda Harris, San Jose State University


2:00 PM – 3:15 PM           EVENT #243                                              City View 4, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: TREATMENT, THERAPY AND THEORY WITHIN THE ARENA OF SEX CRIMES
                  Chair: LiYing Li, Metropolitan State University of Denver

            THE “NO KNOWN CURE” PRINCIPLE – MANAGING SEX OFFENDERS
                  LiYing Li, Metropolitan State University of Denver; Jennifer Capps, Metropolitan State
                  University of Denver

            EXCUSES, EXCUSES: EXAMINING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SEX CRIMES AND
            NEUTRALIZATION TECHNIQUES
                 Nayab Hakim, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

            EXPLORATION OF LAWS REGARDING THE CRIMINALIZATION OF SEXUAL CONTACT BETWEEN
            CLIENTS AND MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS
                  James Cassidy, University of New Haven; Fadia Narchet, University of New Haven

            THE INSIDE WORLD OF SEX OFFENDERS IN TREATMENT
                  Brenda Geiger, Bar Ilan University; Michael Fischer, Norfolk State University


2:00 PM – 3:15 PM           EVENT #244                                              City View 5, 4th Fl.

            FEATURE ROUNDTABLE: JOURNAL OF QUALITATIVE CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND CRIMINOLOGY

                    Moderator: Dean Dabney, Georgia State University

                    Discussants: Henry Brownstein, NORC; Scott Decker, Arizona State University; Richard
                    Tewksbury, University of Louisville; Willard Oliver, Sam Houston University



2:00 PM – 3:15 PM           EVENT #245                                              City View 6, 4th Fl.
            OPEN SEMINAR: PUBLISHING SUCCESSFUL CRIMINAL JUSTICE TEXTBOOKS

                    Moderator: Clemens Bartollas, University of Northern Iowa

                    Discussants: Frank Schmallenger, The University of North Carolina at Pembroke; Larry Siegel,
                    University of Massachusetts, Lowell
                                             Thursday, March 21, 2013




3:30 PM – 4:45 PM          EVENT #246                                              Lone Star A2, 2nd Fl.
                           Minorities and Women Section General
                           Business Meeting


3:30 PM – 4:45 PM          EVENT #247                                Majestic 3, 37th Fl.
                           Restorative and Community Justice Section
                           General Business Meeting


3:30 PM – 4:45 PM          EVENT #248                                              Lone Star A3, 2nd Fl.
            PANEL: CRIME, CRIMINAL JUSTICE, AND SECURITY IN THE CARIBBEAN
                  Chair: Richard R. Bennett, American University

            UNDERSTANDING GANGS ACROSS THE CARIBBEAN
                 Charles M. Katz, Arizona State University; Anthony D. Harriott, University of the West Indies

            SUPPORT FOR PUNITIVE, REHABILITATIVE, AND PREVENTIVE CRIMINAL JUSTICE POLICIES IN
            THE CARIBBEAN
                  Edward Maguire, American University

            LOOKING BACKWARD TO MOVE FORWARD: POLICY LEARNING, POLICY FAILURE, AND POLICY
            CHANGE IN THE CARIBBEAN REGION
                  Marlyn Jones, California State University, Sacramento

            COMMUNITY COHESION AND COLLECTIVE EFFICACY AND THEIR EFFECTS ON THE FEAR OF
            CRIME
                  Richard R. Bennett, American University; Melissa S. Morabito, University of Massachusetts,
                  Lowell; Anthony D. Harriott, University of the West Indies


3:30 PM – 4:45 PM          EVENT #249                                              State Room 1, 3rd Fl.

            FEATURE PANEL: JOURNAL OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE EDUCATION SHOWCASE
                 Chair: George E. Higgins, University of Louisville, JCJE Editor

            TEACHING PEACEMAKING IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE: EXPERIENTIAL APPLICATIONS
                  Kimberly D. Dodson, Western Illinois University-Quad Cities; Michael D. Bush, Northern
                  Kentucky University; Michael C. Braswell, East Tennessee State University

            TEACHING THEORY ANALAGETICALLY: USING MUSIC TO EXPLAIN CRIMINOLOGICAL THEORY
                  Matt Hinds-Aldrich, Anna Maria College

            PRIVATE INVESTIGATION PROGRAMS AS AN EMERGING TREND IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE
            EDUCATION? A CASE STUDY IN TEXAS
                  Scott H. Belshaw, University of North Texas
                                              Thursday, March 21, 2013




3:30 PM – 4:45 PM           EVENT #250                                                State Room 2, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: INNOVATIVE TEACHING STRATEGIES IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE
                  Chair: Ronald Helms, Western Washington University

            A GRAFFITTI ABATEMENT CAPSTONE PROJECT: A “HOW TO” LESSON IN INTEGRATING
            SERVICE LEARNING AND CIVIC ENGAGEMENT
                  Maria Garase, Mercyhurst University

            EXPERIENCE AS TEAM-TEACHER: ANALYZING THE EFFECTS OF THE JAIL TOURS AND HIGH
            SECURITY JAIL SHADOWS ON STUDENT LEARNING
                  Ron Helms, Western Washington University

            THE NEED FOR INTERPERSONAL SKILLS EDUCATION IN PREPARATION FOR CRIMINAL
            JUSTICE CAREERS
                  Stephanie Boys, Indiana University; Victoria Simpson Beck, University of Wisconsin – Osh
                  Kosh; Carrie Hagan, Indiana University

            LAW, CRIME, AND PUNISHMENT IN AUSTRIA: A FACULTY-LED STUDY ABROAD PROGRAM
            FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE STUDENTS
                  Daniela Peterka-Benton, SUNY-Fredonia


3:30 PM – 4:45 PM           EVENT #251                                                State Room 3, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: CRIMINAL JUSTICE CURRICULAR ISSUES
                  Chair: Jeffrey Rosky, University of Central Florida

            TABLES, FIGURES, AND CHARTS—OH MY! HELPING STUDENTS OVERCOME THEIR FEAR OF
            STATISTICS
                  Heather L. Pfeifer, University of Baltimore

            THE STATE OF STATISTICAL EDUCATION IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE
                 Jeffrey Rosky, University of Central Florida; Kareem L. Jordan, University of Central Florida; Julie
                 M. Krupa, University of Central Florida; Kayla D. Carter, University of Central Florida

            MULTICULTURAL CURRICULA: A COMPONENT IN FACILITATING ORGANIZATIONAL EFFICACY
                  Dawn Phillips-Reed, Arkansas State University-Beebe

            CRIMINOLOGY AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE: COMPARING, CONTRASTING, AND INTERTWINING
            DISCIPLINES – 15 YEARS LATER PERSPECTIVE
                  M. L. Dantzker, University of Texas Pan American


3:30 PM – 4:45 PM           EVENT #252                                                State Room 4, 3rd Fl.

            FEATURE ROUNDTABLE: THE POLITICS OF CRIME AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE IN AMERICA

                    Moderator: Willard M. Oliver, Sam Houston State University

                    Discussants: Peter J. Benekos, Mercyhurst College; John Hagan, Northwestern University;
                    Karim Ismaili, Kennesaw State University; Nancy E. Marion, University of Akron; Alida V. Merlo,
                    Indiana University of Pennsylvania
                                             Thursday, March 21, 2013




3:30 PM – 4:45 PM          EVENT #253                                              Trinity 1, 3rd Fl.
            ROUNDTABLE: JUDICIAL STRUCTURE AND THE INEQUALITY IN THE AMERICAN JUDICIAL
            SYSTEM

                    Moderator: Jonathan Chatmon, Texas Southern University

                    Discussants: Mia Robinson, Texas Southern University; Kenneth Luna, Texas Southern
                    University; Ngozi Ihe, Texas Southern University; Chuck Ubendu, Texas Southern University


3:30 PM – 4:45 PM          EVENT #254                                              Trinity 2, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: NEWS MEDIA AND CRIME
                  Chair: Ronald Craig, Walden University

            “THEY’RE PLANTING STORIES IN THE PRESS”: THE IMPACT OF MEDIA DISTORTIONS ON SEX
            OFFENDER LAW AND POLICY
                   Heather Cucolo, New York Law School; Micheal L. Perlin, New York Law School

            GUNS BLAZING: A MEDIA ANALYSIS OF DEPICTIONS OF FIREARMS IN CURRENT
            NEWSPAPERS 1998 – 2011
                  Nicole Hendrix, Radford University; Melissa Fenwick, Western Connecticut State University;
                  Isaac Van Patten, Radford University

            COLLEGE STUDENTS’ PERCEPTIONS OF CRIME: THE INFLUENCE OF TELEVISION AND THE
            NEWSPAPERS
                 Philip Wagner, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

            NEWSWORTHINESS AND THE “MISSING WHITE WOMAN SYNDROME”: A CONTENT ANALYSIS
                 Danielle Cindy Slakoff, California State University


3:30 PM – 4:45 PM          EVENT #255                                              Trinity 3, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: WEAPONS AND SCHOOL SHOOTINGS: ISSUES AND LEGISLATION
                  Chair: Gordon Crews, Themis Center for Justice Policy, Practice, and Research

            MONDAYS AND GOLDEN RULES: ASKING CONVICTED SCHOOL SHOOTERS ABOUT SCHOOL
            VIOLENCE
                  Gordon Crews, Themis Center for Justice Policy, Practice, and Research; Angela Crews,
                  Themis Center for Justice Policy, Practice, and Research

            UNDERSTANDING COMMUNITY, SCHOOL, AND STUDENT EFFECTS ON WILLINGNESS TO
            REPORT WEAPONS
                 Nina Barbieri, University of Texas at Dallas; Nadine Connell, University of Texas at Dallas
                                             Thursday, March 21, 2013



            COULD IT HAPPEN HERE? MORAL PANICS, SCHOOL SHOOTINGS, AND FEAR OF CRIME
            AMONG COLLEGE STUDENTS
                 H. Jaymi Elsass, Texas State University-San Marcos; Jaclyn Schildkraut, Texas State
                 University-San Marcos; Mark Stafford, Texas State University-San Marcos

            LAWS THAT BIT THE BULLET: A REVIEW OF LEGISLATIVE RESPONSES TO SCHOOL
            SHOOTINGS
                  Jaclyn Schildkraut, Texas State University-San Marcos; Tiffany Hernandez, Texas State
                  University-San Marcos;


3:30 PM – 4:45 PM          EVENT #256                                              Trinity 4, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: POLICE MISCONDUCT, POLICE REFORM: INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES
                  Chair: Nathan W. Pino, Texas State University-San Marcos

            ENHANCING JUSTICE ADMINISTRATION AND LAW ENFORCEMENT IN THE UKRAINE
                 James F. Albrecht, University of New Haven

            POLICE INTEGRITY AND COMMUNITY POLICING IN THE CROATIAN CONTEXT
                  Sanja Kutnjak Ivkovich, Michigan State University

            THE THAI POLICE CADETS’ TOLERANCE OF CORRUPTIVE BEHAVIORS
                  Narin Phetthong, Sam Houston State University; Seksan Khruakham, Royal Thai Police Cadet
                  Academy; Steven Jay Cuvelier, Sam Houston State University

            THE PITFALLS AND POSSIBILITIES OF INTERNATIONAL POLICE REFORM EFFORTS
                   Nathan W. Pino, Texas State University-San Marcos; Graham Ellison, Queens University-
                   Belfast


3:30 PM – 4:45 PM          EVENT #257                                              Trinity 5, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: OPINIONS ON ISSUES OF GENDER AND CRIME
                  Chair: Meredith Worthen, University of Oklahoma

            CONSENT IS SEXY? UNIVERSITY STUDENT REACTIONS TO A MANDATORY ONLINE SEXUAL
            MISCONDUCT TRAINING PROGRAM
                 Meredith Worthen, University of Oklahoma; Abby Baker, University of Oklahoma

            EXAMINATION OF ADVERSARIAL HETEROSEXUAL ATTITUDES AND RELATIONSHIP STRESS
            ON DATING VIOLENCE
                  Erin Castro, Sam Houston State University; Leana Bouffard, Sam Houston State University

            THE FEMALE CRIMINAL JUSTICE STUDENTS’ PERPECTIVE ON CRITICAL ISSUES IN CRIMINAL
            JUSTICE
                  Michelle Kilburn, Southeast Missouri State University; Laura Krieger, Southeast Missouri State
                  University
                                             Thursday, March 21, 2013



            PREDICTING ATTITUDES TOWARDS PROSTITUTION: SEXISM, PORNOGRAPHY AND SELF-
            CONTROL
                  Tasha A. Menaker, Sam Houston State University; Cortney A. Franklin, Sam Houston State
                  University.

            COLLEGE STUDENTS PERCEPTIONS OF FEMALE PRISONERS
                 Lori B. Mueller, Monmouth University; Michele Grillo, Monmouth University


3:30 PM – 4:45 PM           EVENT #258                                              City View 1, 4th Fl.

            FEATURE PANEL: QUALITATIVE METHODS PEDAGOGY
                 Chair: Dean Dabney, Georgia State University

            PUBLISHING QUALITATIVE RESEARCH WITH STUDENTS
                  Peter Kraska, Eastern Kentucky University

            SPEAKING WITH ETHNOGRAPHERS: THE CHALLENGES OF RESEARCHING DRUG DEALERS
                  Heith Copes, University of Alabama at Birmingham; Sveinung Sandberg, University of Oslo

            INFUSING QUALITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS IN JUSTICE PROGRAM EVALUATIONS
                  Mitch Miller, University of Texas San Antonio; Holly Ventura Miller, University of Texas San
                  Antonio; J.C. Barnes, University of Texas at Dallas



3:30 PM – 4:45 PM           EVENT #259                                              City View 2, 4th Fl.
            ROUNDTABLE: THE POLITICS OF MEETING—AND NOT MEETING—THE NEEDS OF
            CORRECTIONAL CLIENTS AND THEIR ORGANIZATIONS

                    Moderator: Brett Garland, Missouri State University

                    Discussants: Edward Latessa, University of Cincinnati; Rosemary Gido, Indiana University of
                    Pennsylvania; Jeffrey Ross, University of Baltimore; Cheryl Lero Jonson, Northern Kentucky
                    University; Eric Wodahl, University of Wyoming


3:30 PM – 4:45 PM           EVENT #260                                              City View 3, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: OFFENDER AND COMMUNITY REACTIONS TO REENTRY
                  Chair: Eric Grommon, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis

            THE SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY OF AFRICAN AMERICAN OFFENDER IDENTITY MANAGEMENT
                  Addrain Conyers, Marist College

            PUBLIC SUPPORT FOR REHABILITATION AND REENTRY SERVICES
                  Sarah Lazzeroni, Portland State University; Renee Vanderhoff, Portland State University

            RURAL REENTRY: COLLEGE STUDENTS’ PERCEPTIONS OF RECENTLY RELEASED
            OFFENDERS
                  Kyle C. Ward, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
                                              Thursday, March 21, 2013



            WHY IS THIS TIME DIFFERENT? THE CAPACITY TO DESIST DURING COMMUNITY TRANSITION
                  Eric Grommon, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis; Jason Rydberg; Timothy
                  Bynum

            "YOU PASS A PAROLE TALK EVERYDAY": INMATES AND THE COLLECTIVE PROCESS OF
            PAROLE BOARD PREPARATION
                  Katie Jares, American University


3:30 PM – 4:45 PM           EVENT #261                                               City View 4, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: SEXUAL MISCONDUCT AND RAPE – LOOKING AT MYTHS, VICTIMS AND
            PUNISHMENT
                  Chair: J. Veronica James, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

            “IT WASN’T THAT BIG A DEAL . . .”: EXPLORING THE ACCOUNTS GIVEN FOR NON-REPORTING
            OF SEXUAL ASSAULT
                   J. Veronica James, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

            COLLEGE STUDENT’S ADVICE TO THE RAPE VICTIM: HEALTH AND SOCIAL SUPPORT
            PROVIDERS AS ALTERNATIVES TO CALLING THE POLICE
                  Yumi Suzuki, University of South Dakota

            POLICE SEXUAL MISCONDUCT ARRESTS: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY
                  Philip Stinson, Bowling Green State University; John Liederbach, Bowling Green State
                  University; Steven Brewer, Penn State – Shenango; Christine Englebrecht, Bowling Green
                  State University; Brooke Mathna, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

            RAPE MYTH ACCEPTANCE AND CONSIDERATIONS OF APPROPRIATE PUNISHMENT IN A
            SOUTWESTERN MISSOURI CITY
                  Patti Salinas, Missouri State University; Jamie Kim, Missouri State University; Emily Rader,
                  Missouri State University; Elizabeth Schoeneck, Missouri State University


3:30 PM – 4:45 PM           EVENT #262                                               City View 5, 4th Fl.

            FEATURE ROUNDTABLE: DEVELOPING PARTNERSHIPS BETWEEN ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
            IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE, CRIMINOLOGY, AND SECURITY WITH CORPORATE LOSS PREVENTION

                    Moderator: Bob Hanson, Northern Michigan University

                    Discussants: Tina Sellers, GameStop; Stan Welch, JCPenney Company; Dan Faketty,
                    Winn-Dixie; Ken Rayca, Fifth and Pacific Companies; Dr. Loftin C. Woodiel, Missouri Baptist
                    University; Dr. Paul Duby, Northern Michigan University



3:30 PM – 4:45 PM           EVENT #263                                               City View 6, 4th Fl.
            OPEN SEMINAR: PUBLISHING IN JUSTICE QUARTERLY AND JOURNAL OF CRIMINAL
            JUSTICE EDUCATION

                    Facilitators: George Higgins, University of Louisville; Cassia Spohn, Arizona State University
                                            Thursday, March 21, 2013




3:30 PM – 4:45 PM          EVENT #264                                           City View 7, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: ASSESSING OUTCOMES: POINTS OF ASSESSMENT FROM COURSES TO PROGRAMS
                  Chair: Kathrine Johnson, University of West Florida

            ASSESSMENT OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE PROGRAMS: INCORPORATING IMPLEMENTATION
            FIDELITY INTO THE OUTCOMES ASSESSMENT CYCLE
                   Paul R. Bowdre, State University of New York at Canton

            IS SHORT AND SWEET BETTER THAN LONG AND BITTER? TRADITIONAL SEMESTER-LENGTH
            VERSUS ACCELERATED COURSES
                  Angela Taylor, Fayetteville State University; Lori Guevara, Fayetteville State University

            SERVICE LEARNING IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE COURSES: BEST PRACTICES IN ASSESSING
            COURSE LEVEL AND PROGRAMMATIC OUTCOMES
                  Dale Brooker, Saint Joseph’s College of Maine

            DESIGNING A SENIOR EXIT EXAM FOR PROGRAM ASSESSMENT
                  Kathrine Johnson, University of West Florida; Helen Jones, Higher Education Academy


4:00 PM – 5:00 PM          EVENT #265                                           Majestic 9, 37th Fl.
                           Victimology Section General Business
                           Meeting and Ice Cream Social


4:00 PM – 6:00 PM          EVENT #266                                           Majestic 5, 37th Fl.
                           Police Section Reception


5:00 PM – 6:15 PM          EVENT #267                                           Majestic 4, 37th Fl.
                           Juvenile Justice Section General
                           Business Meeting


5:00 PM – 6:30 PM          EVENT #268                                           Majestic 8, 37th Fl.
                           Law and Public Policy Section Awards
                           Ceremony


5:00 PM – 8:00 PM          EVENT #269                                           Lone Star A4, 2nd Fl.
                           Indiana University of Pennsylvania Dinner
                           By Invitation Only.


5:30 PM – 7:30 PM          EVENT #270                                           City View 8, 4th Fl.
                           University of North Texas Reception
                                  Thursday, March 21, 2013




7:00 PM – 9:00 PM   EVENT #271                                 Lone Star A3, 2nd Fl.
                    Texas State University, Sam Houston State
                    University, Texas Southern University, and
                    Prairie View A&M University Joint Reception


7:00 PM – 9:00 PM   EVENT #272                                   City View 6, 4th Fl.
                    University of New Haven Reception


7:00 PM – 9:00 PM   EVENT #273                                  City View 7, 4th Fl.
                    The University of Texas at Dallas Reception
                                      Friday, March 22, 2013




                         Friday, March 22, 2013
                            Day At A Glance

7:30 AM – 9:30 AM     Corrections Section General Business Meeting   City View 6, 4th Fl.
                      and Breakfast

8:00 AM – 4:00 PM     Alpha Phi Sigma Events                         Chaparral, 38th Fl.

8:00 AM – 5:00 PM     ACJS Meeting Registration                      Lone Star Foyer, 2nd Fl.

8:00 AM – 4:45 PM     Panels, Roundtables, Workshops

9:00 AM – 2:00 PM     Exhibit Hall Open                              Lone Star C, 2nd Fl.

9:00 AM – 5:00 PM     Employment Exchange Open                       Lone Star A1, 2nd Fl.

9:30 AM – 10:30 AM    ACJS Presidential Address, General Business    Lone Star A4, 2nd Fl.
                      Meeting, and Getting Involved in ACJS
                      Committees

10:30 AM – 11:00 AM   ACJS Research and Pictorial Showcase           Lone Star B, 2nd Fl.
                      Set-Up

11:00 AM – 12:15 PM   ACJS Research and Pictorial Showcase           Lone Star B, 2nd Fl.

12:15 PM – 1:00 PM    ACJS Research and Pictorial Showcase           Lone Star B, 2nd Fl.
                      Tear-Down

12:30 PM – 1:45 PM    Presidential Invited Speaker: Craig Watkins    Lone Star A4, 2nd Fl.

2:00 PM – 3:15 PM     Youth Violence & Juvenile Justice              Majestic 2, 37th Fl.
                      Editorial Board Meeting

2:00 PM – 3:15 PM     Jesuit Educators in Criminal Justice Meeting   Majestic 3, 37th Fl.

2:00 PM – 3:15 PM     Caribbean Criminology Group Meeting            Majestic 4, 37th Fl.

2:00 PM – 3:15 PM     Prison Journal Editorial Board Meeting         Majestic 5, 37th Fl.

2:00 PM – 3:15 PM     Criminal Justice Policy Review                 Majestic 9, 37th Fl.
                      Editorial Board Meeting

2:00 PM – 3:15 PM     Presidential Invited Speaker: Rachel Toor      City View 6, 4th Fl.

2:00 PM – 5:00 PM     ACJS Executive Board Meeting                   Executive Boardroom,
                                                                     2nd Fl.
                                              Friday, March 22, 2013




3:00 PM – 5:00 PM          Security and Crime Prevention Section General           Press Club, 2nd Fl.
                           Business Meeting, Awards Presentation, and
                           Reception

3:30 PM – 4:45 PM          Minorities and Women Section Executive                  Majestic 2, 37th Fl.
                           Board Meeting

3:30 PM – 4:45 PM          African Criminology and Justice Group                   Majestic 9, 37th Fl.
                           Meeting

5:00 PM – 6:00 PM          Minorities and Women Section Awards                     City View 8, 4th Fl.
                           Ceremony and Reception

5:00 PM – 6:15 PM          Police Section General Business Meeting                 Lone Star A2, 2nd Fl.

5:00 PM – 6:15 PM          Community College Section General Business              City View 1, 4th Fl.
                           Meeting and Reception

5:00 PM – 6:15 PM          Critical Criminal Justice Section General Business City View 2, 4th Fl.
                           Meeting and Reception

6:30 PM – 8:30 PM          ACJS Awards Ceremony and Reception                      Lone Star A3&A4, 2nd Fl.




                               Friday, March 22, 2013
7:30 AM – 9:30 AM          EVENT #274                                              City View 6, 4th Fl.
                           Corrections Section General Business
                           Meeting and Breakfast


8:00 AM – 4:00 PM          Alpha Phi Sigma Events                                  Chaparral, 38th Fl.


8:00 AM – 5:00 PM          ACJS Meeting Registration                               Lone Star Foyer, 2nd Fl.


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM          EVENT #275                                              Live Oak, 2nd Fl.

            PANEL: NEGATIVE BIAS AND THE MEDIA
                  Chair: Stephen A. Morreale, Worcester State University

            PLEASE EAT THESE VEGETABLES: SUCCESS AND FAILURE IN A POLICE AGENCY’S INITIAL
            EFFORTS TO CHANGE THE LOCAL NEWS MEDIA’S COVERAGE OF CRIME
                  Kris Robert Henning, Portland State University; Laura Shaver, Portland State University; Robert
                  King, Portland Police Bureau
                                               Friday, March 22, 2013



            BIAS-BASED POLICING: VOICES FROM WITHIN’
                  Ralph E. Ioimo, Auburn University, Montgomery; Prit P. Kaur, Auburn University, Montgomer
                  Theresa Pelfrey, Auburn University, Montgomery; Barr Younker, Auburn University,
                  Montgomery; Don Chon, Auburn University, Montgomery; Lisa Zanglin, Auburn University,
                  Montgomery

            THE NEGATIVE IMPACT OF UNETHICAL POLICE PRACTICES ON RURAL AMERICA
                  Don T.D. Gala, Martin Methodist College

            VANCOUVER’S 2011 STANLEY CUP RIOT: POLICE PERSPECTIVES AND LESSONS LEARNED
                 Stephanie Dawson, Simon Fraser University


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM           EVENT #276                                               State Room 1, 3rd Fl.

            ROUNDTABLE: RESEARCHING HONG KONG POLICE

                    Moderator: Kam Chow Wong, Xavier University

                    Discussants: Danika Lynn Jin McLeod, University of Cincinnati; Michael Zidar, Xavier
                    University; Colin Zidar, Xavier University; Brison Wammes, Xavier University; Joseph Gesick,
                    Xavier University


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM           EVENT #277                                               State Room 2, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: POLICE AND CITIZEN INTERACTIONS
                  Chair: Kenneth John Litwin, University of Michigan-Flint

            VIOLENT CRIME VICTIMS’ SATISFACTION WITH 911 OPERATORS, PATROL OFFICERS, AND
            INVESTIGATORS
                  Kenneth John Litwin, University of Michigan-Flint; Bobbi Coates, University of Michigan-Flint

            POLICE-CONTACT EXPERIENCE AND SATISFACTION WITH POLICE: VIEWS OF
            UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
                  Hyeyoung Lim, Western Illinois University

            SPATIAL ANALYSIS OF POLICE SATISFACTION AND CRIME PATTERNS
                  Elizabeth Quinn, Fayetteville State University; Michael J. DeValve, Fayetteville State University

            PERCEIVED INCIVILITY AND FEELINGS TOWARD CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEMS
                  Catherine A. Jenks, University of West Georgia; Lee Michael Johnson, University of West
                  Georgia; Todd L. Matthews, University of Maryland - Eastern Shore; John Randolph Fuller,
                  University of West Georgia


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM           EVENT #278                                               State Room 3, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: YOUTHFUL ATTITUDES AND PERCEPTIONS OF THE POLICE
                  Chair: Everette Penn, University of Houston-Clear Lake

            TRUST IN THE POLICE AMONG COLLEGE STUDENTS
                  Heeuk Dennis Lee, Washington State University
                                             Friday, March 22, 2013



            TEEN AND POLICE SERVICE (TAPS) ACADEMY - EVALUATION OF CLASSES I AND II
                  Everette Penn, University of Houston-Clear Lake; Brian Lumpkin, Houston Police Department;
                  Helen Taylor-Greene, Texas Southern University; Brandi Smith, University of Houston- Clear
                  Lake; Brenda Ross, University of Houston-Clear Lake

            UNDERSTANDING ATTITUDES TOWARDS UNIVERSITY POLICE IN A RURAL SETTING
                 Cody J. Stoddard, Central Washington University; Jillian Shafer, Central Washington University;
                 Wes Clogston, Central Washington University

            PUBLIC VS. POLICE OFFICERS PERCEPTIONS OF CRIME: ARE WE TALKING THE SAME
            LANGUAGE?
                  Cuneyt Gurer, Sivas Provincial Police Department; Ismail Yilmaz, Sivas Police Vocational High
                  School


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM          EVENT #279                                             State Room 4, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: ANALYSIS OF U.S. V. JONES
                  Chair: Keith G. Logan, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania

            HISTORY OF THE FOURTH AMENDMENT AND U.S. V. JONES
                  David Madden, Northeastern State University; Amy Proctor, Northeastern State University

            HIDE & SEEK WITH THE FOURTH AMENDMENT: U.S. V. JONES’ GUIDANCE TO THE FUTURE OF
            LOCATIONAL PRIVACY CLAIMS
                   Terrence P. Dwyer, Western Connecticut State University

            BLAST FROM THE PAST: EVALUATING FOURTH AMENDMENT SEARCHES USING PROPERTY
            LAW AFTER U.S. V. JONES
                  Christopher Totten, Kenneshaw State University

            IS THE SUPREME COURT MOVING FURTHER FROM THE FOURTH AMENDMENT?
                   Keith G. Logan, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania

            KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES: ANALYSIS OF AND REACTIONS TO UNITED STATES V.
            JONES
                  David A. Mackey, Plymouth State University


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM          EVENT #280                                             Trinity 1, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: CYBER ATTACKS AND CYBERTERRORISM
                  Chair: Ihekwoaba Onwudiwe, Texas Southern University

            CYBER ATTACKS AND NATIONAL SECURITY: PREVENTION AND PROTECTION OF NATIONAL
            INFRASTRUCTURE
                  Lucy Tsado, Texas Southern University; Ifeoma Okoye, Texas Southern University

            THE ROLE OF PEOPLE AND TECHNOLOGY IN PREVENTING CYBER ATTACKS AGAINST
            ESSENTIAL AMENITIES IN THE UNITED STATES
                  Alaba Oludare, Texas Southern University
                                              Friday, March 22, 2013



            CYBER ATTACKS: AN EXAMINATION OF THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF CYBER ATTACKS AND
            MOTIVATIONS BEHIND THEM
                  Doris Bestman, Texas Southern University

            LEGAL ISSUES IN CYBER ATTACKS
                  Stephanie Akenuwa, Texas Southern University


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM           EVENT #281                                              Trinity 2, 3rd Fl.
            ROUNDTABLE: ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN (CPTED) REVISITED

                    Moderator: Cloud Hicklen Miller, Kaplan University

                    Discussants: David White, Kaplan University; Clifford Roberson, Kaplan University


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM           EVENT #282                                              Trinity 3, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: TRAINING AND INTERVENTION IN SCHOOLS
                  Chair: Lisa Rapp, University of South Florida

            DETERMINING THE EFFICACY OF AN AFTERSCHOOL EARLY INTERVENTION PROGRAM FOR-
            AT-RISK MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS
                  Lisa Rapp, University of South Florida; Chris Stewart, Prodigy Cultural Arts Program; William
                  Rowe, University of South Florida

            EVALUATING ACTIVE SHOOTER TRAINING IN A UNIVERSITY SETTING
                 John Paparazzo, Johns Hopkins University; Christine Eith, Johns Hopkins University

            CREATING A SUCCESSFUL SEXUAL ASSAULT TRAINING MODULE FOR FACULTY ON COLLEGE
            CAMPUSES AND UNIVERSITIES
                  Cathryn Lavery, Iona College

            AN EXAMINATION OF FACULTY, STAFF, AND STUDENTS’ PERCEPTIONS OF ACTIVE SHOOTER
            TRAINING
                  Brooke Gialopsos, College of Mount Saint Joseph; Cheryl Jonson, Northern Kentucky
                  University; J.W. Carter, College of Mount Saint Joseph; Melissa Moon, Northern Kentucky
                  University


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM           EVENT #283                                              Trinity 4, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: POLICE EDUCATION, TRAINING AND POLICY: LESSONS FROM ABROAD
                  Chair: Colleen Margaret Clarke, Minnesota State University, Mankato

            COMPARATIVE POLICING – HANDBOOK OF POLICING IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE –
            GENERAL OBSERVATIONS
                 Gorazd Mesko, University of Maribor; Chuck B. Fields, Eastern Kentucky University; Branko
                 Lobnikar, University of Maribor; Andrej Sotlar, University of Maribor; Maja Jere, University of
                 Maribor

            POLICY DIFFUSION IN LAW ENFORCEMENT: INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL CONSEQUENCES
                  Cuneyt Gurer, Sivas Provincial Police Department; Fevzi Altun, Sivas Provincial Police
                  Department
                                             Friday, March 22, 2013




            EXAMINING TRAINING AND BACKGROUND CHARACTERISTICS OF TURKISH PRIVATE
            SECURITY OFFICERS
                  Abdullah Cihan, East Carolina University

            POLICING EDUCATION ABROAD, THE NEXT GENERATION
                  Colleen Margaret Clarke, Minnesota State University, Mankato


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM          EVENT #284                                             Trinity 5, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: THE INCARCERATION OF WOMEN
                  Chair: Paula Ray Rector, Missouri State University

            WOMEN DOING TIME FOR MEN’S CRIMES
                 Michael Fox, Hyogo University

            RAPE MYTH ACCEPTANCE: DO PATRIARCHAL ATTITUDES AND LIFESTYLES INFLUENCE RAPE
            MYTHS ACCEPTANCE?
                  Katie Swope, Stevenson University

            PREGNANT INMATES AND PARENTING: AN EXAMINATION OF POLICIES FOR INCARCERATED
            WOMEN
                 Darla Drummond, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

            WRONGFUL CONVICTIONS: DOES GENDER MATTER?
                 Paula Ray Rector, Missouri State University; Emily Rader, Missouri State University


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM          EVENT #285                                             City View 1, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: EXAMINING VICTIMIZATION THROUGH INNOVATIVE AND TRANSFORMATIVE
            MEASURES
                  Chair: Joan Crowley, New Mexico State University

            COMMUNITY DISADVANTAGE, INCIDENT CHARACTERISTICS, AND THE NATURE OF VIOLENCE
                 Kyle Burgason, University of Arkansas at Little Rock; Shaun Thomas, University of Arkansas at
                 Little Rock

            THE EFFECT OF VICTIMIZATION ON MOVING DECISIONS: A NEIGHBORHOOD-LEVEL ANALYSIS
                  Susan McNeeley, University of Cincinnati; Amy Stutzenberger, University of Cincinnati

            CONTEXTUALIZING THE NCVS: CHANGES IN THE DESIGN AND REPORTING OF CRIME FROM
            1973 TO 2010
                   Joan Crowley, New Mexico State University; Dennis Clason, New Mexico State University


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM          EVENT #286                                             City View 2, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AMONG IMMIGRANT POPULATIONS
                  Chair: Esperanza Camargo, University of Houston-Victoria

            INTERGENERATIONAL TRANSMISSION OF PHYSICAL ABUSE IN BOLIVIA
                  Esperanza Camargo, University of Houston-Victoria; John Crank, University of Nebraska-
                  Omaha
                                              Friday, March 22, 2013




            EFFECTS OF CITIZENSHIP STATUS ON INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE AMONG CHINESE
            IMMIGRANTS
                  Alana Henninger, John Jay College of Criminal Justice; Michelle Cubellis, John Jay College of
                  Criminal Justice; Bryce Peterson, John Jay College of Criminal Justice; Daiwon Lee, John Jay
                  College of Criminal Justice

            VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN IN INDIA: CONTENT ANALYSIS OF NEWS STORIES REPORTING
            HONOR KILLINGS (DATING VIOLENCE) IN INDIA
                  Manish Madan, Texas A&M International University; Mahesh Nalla, Michigan State University

            INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE IN THE AUSTRALIAN MUSLIM COMMUNITY: PREVALENCE AND
            PERPETRATION CORRELATES
                  Nada Ibrahim, Griffith University


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM           EVENT #287                                             City View 3, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: EXPLAINING DRUG USE AND THE IMPLICATIONS OF DRUG POLICIES
                  Chair: Amy M. Romanus, Texas Woman's University

            EDUCATION VERSUS INCARCERATION
                 Amy M. Romanus, Texas Woman's University

            PSYCHIATRIC/SUBSTANCE USE DISORDERS AND CRIMINALITY PREVALENCE AMONG
            VETERANS: A LOOK AT VETERANS REFERRED TO TREATMENT
                  Laura Lutgen, University of West Georgia

            “ANGRY AT GOD?” FAITH DISENFRANCHISEMENT AND PROBLEMATIC BEHAVIOR
                  Cody Jorgensen, University of Texas at Dallas

            GLOBAL IMPLICATIONS OF THE WAR ON DRUGS
                 Michael Norris, Wright State University


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM           EVENT #288                                             City View 4, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: PROSTITUTION, SEX TRAFFICKING AND OBSCENITY
                  Chair: Brittani McNeal, University of Arkansas at Little Rock

            HUMAN TRAFFICKING FOR THE SAKE OF PROSTITUTION
                 Daniel Irabor, Prairie View A&M University

            A SOCIO-LEGAL ANALYSIS OF INSTITUTIONAL ACTORS’ SOCIAL CONSTRUCTIONS OF LATINO
            SEX TRAFFICKING
                  Lauren Copley, University of Tennessee-Knoxville
                                               Friday, March 22, 2013



            FAMILIAL INFLUENCE ON THE EXCHANGE OF SEX FOR DRUGS OR MONEY AMONG TEENS: AN
            EXPLORATORY STUDY
                   Brittani McNeal, University of Arkansas at Little Rock; Melissa Burek, Bowling Green State
                   University; Adam Watkins, Bowling Green State University; Wendi Goodlin-Fahncke, University
                   of Toledo

            MYTHOLOGIZING THE FIRST AMENDMENT: THE AMERICAN CRIMINALIZATION OF DISGUST
            THROUGH OBSCENITY
                 Rejena Saulsberry, University of Arkansas at Monticello


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM           EVENT #289                                               City View 5, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: APPLY RESEARCH; WHERE ARE WE NOW?
                  Chair: Timothy C. Brown, University of Arkansas-Little Rock

            ELDER JUSTICE INNOVATION IN APPALACHIA: IMPLEMENTATION OF AN INTERDISCIPLINARY
            ELDER ABUSE COALITION
                  Lucy Edwards Hochstein, Radford University

            COMMUNITY COLLEGE/HOMELAND SECURITY PROGRAMS
                 David A. Kramer; Bergen Community College

            SOUTHERN PUB-CRAWL AND BRAWL: AN INVESTIGATION OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN
            ALCOHOL AVAILABILITY AND VIOLENT CRIME
                 Timothy C. Brown, University of Arkansas-Little Rock; Emily R. Berthelot, University of
                 Arkansas-Little Rock; Grant Drawve, University of Arkansas-Little Rock


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM           EVENT #290                                               City View 7, 4th Fl.
            ROUNDTABLE: THINKING OUTSIDE THE BOOK: RETHINKING TEXTBOOKS IN TIMES OF
            BUDGET CUTS

                    Moderator: Stuart Henry, San Diego State University

                    Discussants: Mark M. Lanier, University of Alabama; Mike Simpson, University
                    Readers/Cognella Publishing; Jaya Davis, University of Texas at Arlington


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM           EVENT #291                                               City View 8, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: PROTECTING NEIGHBORHOODS AND OTHER LOCATIONS IN THE U.S. AND CANADA
                  Chair: Jeffrey J. Roth, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

            INTERVIEWS ABOUT BURGLARY TARGET SELECTION: PRELIMINARY FINDINGS
                  Jeffrey J. Roth, Indiana University of Pennsylvania; Jennifer J. Roberts, Indiana University of
                  Pennsylvania

            DESIGNING HOTEL AND RESORT SAFETY AND SECURITY: A SAFE DESIGN STANDARD
            APPROACH
                  Layne Rapson, Mount Royal University; Nikki Filipuzzi, Mount Royal University
                                                 Friday, March 22, 2013



              ACQUIRING CAPABLE GUARDIANS: A ROUTINE ACTIVITIES APPROACH TO ASSESSING AND
              REDUCING COMMERCIAL BURGLARIES IN A MIDWESTERN CITY
                    Guthier C. Jacob, Missouri State University; Patrick R. Gartin, Missouri State University

              GETTING TO KNOW BLOCK WATCH IN COMMUNITIES SERVED BY THE ROYAL CANADIAN
              MOUNTED POLICE (RCMP) IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
                    Jordan Diplock, Royal Canadian Mounted Police; Darryl Plecas, University of the Fraser
                    Valley; Joni Rolleman, University of the Fraser Valley


9:00 AM – 2:00 PM             Exhibit Hall Open                                    Lone Star C, 2nd Fl.


9:00 AM – 5:00 PM             Employment Exchange Open                             Lone Star A1, 2nd Fl.


9:30 AM – 10:45 AM            EVENT #292                                Lone Star A4, 2nd Fl.
                              ACJS Presidential Address, General
                              Business Meeting, and Getting Involved in
                              ACJS Committees

                              Open to All Attendees


10:30 AM – 11:00 AM           ACJS Research and Pictorial Showcase                 Lone Star B, 2nd Fl.
                              Set-Up

                              Participants in the Showcase must
                              set up their presentations during this time.


11:00 AM – 12:15 PM           EVENT #293                                           Lone Star B, 2nd Fl.
                              ACJS Research and Pictorial
                              Showcase

   1. ETHICAL ISSUES IN SUPERMAX PRISONS
            Michael Fischer, Norfolk State University

   2. ADVENTURES IN TRIAL BY JURY (COMIC BOOK)
           Roger Roots, Jury Freedom In Our Time

   3. PERSONALITY AND SERIAL MURDERERS: DATA FROM THE MMPI-2 RESTRUCTURED CLINICAL
      SCALES
           Meagen Hildebrand, University of Wyoming; Scott Culhane, University of Wyoming; Eric Wodhal,
           University of Wyoming

   4. THE IMPACT OF CRIMINAL CODE TRAINING ON EYEWITNESS IDENTIFICATION ACCURACY
            Michael Storozuk, Algoma University; Paul Dupuis, Algoma University

   5. FAMILIES OF GANG-AFFILIATED PROBATIONERS
             Shytierra Gaston, University of Missouri-St. Louis
                                              Friday, March 22, 2013




6. THE USE OF EXPECTANCY THEORY TO EXPLAIN VARIATION IN POLICE OFFICER TASK
   PERFORMANCE
         Paul Reynolds, Texas State University – San Marcos; Beth Sanders, Texas State University – San
         Marcos

7. SOCIAL NETWORK ANALYSIS AS A MODEL FOR IDENTIFYING POINTS OF CONTACT IN THE
   EXCHANGE OF COMMUNITY INTELLIGENCE
         Pat Nelson, Minnesota State University Mankato

8. EXPLORING THE LIVES OF WOMEN INMATES PRIOR TO PRISON
        Karen Lahm, Wright State University

9. DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: HOW WEAPON USE, INJURY, AND SUBSTANCE USE IMPACT ARREST
   DECISIONS
         Linday Deveau, Texas State University

10. OUTCOMES AND THE DESISTANCE PROCESS IN A HIGH-RISK PROBATION COURT
         Steve Boehm, Texas State University

11. JUVENILES SENTENCED TO LIFE WITHOUT PAROLE (LWOP): A REVIEW OF THE U.S. SUPREME
    COURT’S DECISIONS AND STATES’ RESPONSE
          Anne Bender, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

12. STUDENT ASSESSMENT OF THEIR LEARNING GAINS AND ITS ROLE IN THE ASSESSMENT OF
    STUDENT LEARNING
         Paul Bowdre, State University of New York at Canton

13. THE IMPORTANCE OF SOCIAL LEARNING AND JOB-RELATED STRESS ON POLICE OFFICERS’
    PERPETRATION OF INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE
          Egbert Zavala, The University of Texas at El Paso

14. PREDICTORS OF MARIJUANA USE AND BINGE DRINKING AMONG COLLEGE STUDENTS
          George Thomas, Albany State University; Rani George, Albany State University

15. PROCEDURAL JUSTICE IN POLICE-CITIZEN ENCOUNTERS: THE CONGRUENCE OF CITIZENS'
    PERCEPTIONS AND OBSERVERS' REPORTS
         Sarah McClean, John Finn Institute for Public Safety, Inc.; Robert Worden, The University
         at Albany, SUNY and The John Finn Institute for Public Safety, Inc.

16. IMPLEMENTATION OF PREDICTIVE POLICING ACROSS THREE JURISDICTIONS
          Julie Schnobrich-Davis, Central Connecticut State University; Craig Uchida, Justice
          Security & Strategies, Inc.; Dan Wagner, Cambridge Police Department

17. ROANOKE’S DRUG MARKET INITIATIVE: A PRELIMINARY ANALYSIS OF THE RESULTS
         Robert Stallings, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

18. THE CHALLENGES OF HAVING A MENTAL ILLNESS AND A CRIMINAL RECORD: CAN OUTPATIENT
    MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES REDUCE RECIDIVISM?
          Leanne Alarid, University of Texas at San Antonio; Maureen Rubin, University of Texas at San Antonio

19. PROTECTIVE FACTORS FOR JUVENILE ABSTAINERS
         Jessica Craig, University of Texas at Dallas

20. DOES PARENTAL RELIGIOUS PARTICIPATION INFLUENCE DELINQUENCY IN JUVENILES?
          Valerie Womack, University of Texas at Dallas
                                               Friday, March 22, 2013




21. SERENDIPITOUS INFORMANTS IN PHILIPPINE FIELD WORK
         Timothy Austin, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

22. LONGITUDINAL ANALYSIS OF MARIJUANA USE
          Michael TenEyck, University of Texas at Dallas

23. THE ROLE OF MIXED-INCOME HOUSING ON DRUG USE FOR CHILDREN OF LOW-INCOME FAMILIES
          Nina Barbieri, University of Texas-Dallas

24. DOES ADOLESCENT PARTICIPATION IN THE TAKE CHARGE OF YOUR LIFE PROGRAM HELP
    INCREASE PARENTAL BONDS?
          CoTorres Gee, University of Texas at Dallas

25. DESISTANCE FROM VIOLENT DELINQUENCY: EFFECTS OF SOCIOECONOMIC INTERACTIONS
          Robert Stewart, University of Texas at Dallas

26. THE TELEVISION BIKER GANG: COMPARING SAMCRO TO REAL OMGS
          Jason Spraitz, University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire; Steven Brewer, Pennsylvania State University –
          Shenago; Jennifer Huck, Carroll University; Brian Iannacchione, University of Northern Colorado

27. A COMPARISON OF TWO TECHNIQUES FOR DRAWING A NON-EXPERIMENTAL, POST-HOC
    COMPARISON GROUP FOR A DRUG COURT EVALUATION
         Andrew Myer, Viterbo University; Matthew Makarios, University of Wisconsin-Parkside

28. DOES PROXIMITY AND MEDIA EXPOSURE OF A SENTENCE OF DEATH IMPOSED ON A JUVENILE
    PRODUCE A CHANGE IN JUVENILE OFFENDING?
          Jennifer Yant, University of Texas at Dallas

29. INTERNET GAMBLING AND COLLEGE STUDENTS
          Jacqueline Bergdahl, Wright State University; David Knight, Georgetown University

30. SPATIAL TRENDS IN THEFT FROM MOTOR VEHICLES
          Christian Peterson, Portland State University; Greg Stewart, Portland Police Bureau; Kris Henning,
          Portland State University

31. GANG PROPENSITY AND DEPRESSION
          Gregory Vasquez, University of Texas at Dallas

32. DOES ANOMIE EXPLAIN DIFFERENCES IN SERIAL MURDER?
          Denise Paquette, University of Texas at Dallas; Jennifer Wareham, Wayne State University

33. SOCIAL CRIME MULTIPLIER APPROACH TOWARDS CRIME PREVENTION AND INTERVENTION
          Geetha Suresh, University of Louisville; Jose Fernandez, University of Louisville; Mark Stanfill,
          University of Louisville

34. UTILIZATION OF MP3 PLAYERS IN SEGREGATION
           Francis Olive, University of New Haven; John Evon, Hampden County Sheriff’s Department

35. AN EXAMINATION OF THE IMPACT OF THE 21ST CENTURY POLICING INITIATIVE ON SERIOUS CRIMES
    IN TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
           Keith Carrington, St John’s University
                                               Friday, March 22, 2013



36. OVERWEIGHT, UNDERPRIVILEGED, AND DELINQUENT: A QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS OF ADOLESCENT
    OBESITY, SES, AND JUVENILE CRIME
          Stephanie Juarez, University of Texas at Dallas

37. FICTIONAL CRIME DRAMAS AND PERCEPTIONS OF POLICE USE OF FORCE
          Charles Klahm, Wayne State University

38. DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND CRIMINAL BEHAVIOR
         Katy Hancock, University of Central Florida; Daniel Bowman, University of Central Florida

39. IS COLLABORATION WORTH IT? EXAMINING THE INFLUENCE OF CO-OFFENDING ON ROBBERY
    INCIDENT OUTCOMES
           Marie Tillyer, University of Texas at San Antonio; Rob Tillyer, University of Texas at San Antonio

40. TELEVISION VIEWING AND SUPPORT FOR HARSHER CRIMINAL SENTENCES
          Emma Kessler, Columbia University

41. TAQIA POLYMORPHISM, DIMENSIONS OF DEPRESSION, AND SUBSTANCE USE
          Jamie Vaske, Western Carolina University; Kortney Schumann, Western Carolina University

42. DOMESTIC MINOR SEX TRAFFICKING IN KENTUCKY: A SAMPLE OF ADJUDICATED JUVENILE
    FEMALES
         Sonja Pennington, Morehead State University; Elizabeth Perkins, Morehead State University

43. BEHIND BARS AND BEHIND ON PREPARATION FOR RETIREMENT: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE RACIAL
    WEALTH GAP AND FOR PUBLIC POLICY
          Ngina Chiteji, Skidmore College

44. SURRENDER: EXAMINING THE FUTILE WAR ON DRUGS AND THE SOCIETAL CONSEQUENCES OF ITS
    IMPLEMENTED POLICIES
          Jamie Walter, Niagara University; Elizabeth Berger, Niagara University

45. DOES THE MENTAL HEALTH STATUS OF ADOLESCENTS AGING-OUT OF FOSTER CARE INFLUENCE
    THEIR DELINQUENT BEHAVIOR?
          Enyonam Kumekpor, University of Texas at Dallas

46. REDUCING FIREARM VIOLENCE CRIME THROUGH INTELLIGENCE-DRIVEN POLICE PATROL:
    EVALUATING A HOT-SPOTS FIELD EXPERIMENT
         Michael Deckard, University of Missouri – St Louis; Richard Rosenfeld, University of Missouri – St Louis

47. ELECTRONIC MONITORING IN COMMUNITY BASED CORRECTIONS: RESPONDING TO FINANCIAL
    CRISIS
           Traqina Emeka, University of Houston Downtown; Franklin Emeka, Lonestar College-Kingwood

48. FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE THE PERCEPTION OF RACIAL PROFILING DURING A POLICE/MOTORIST
    ENCOUNTER
         Michele Quinones, Texas State University

49. CORRECTIONAL EDUCATION AND RECIDIVISM: A META-ANALYSIS EXPLORING 2000-2010
        Lori Hall, Arkansas State University

50. A QUALITATIVE STUDY OF POLICE OFFICER ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT
          Jeremiah Hicks, Texas State University
                                              Friday, March 22, 2013



51. EXAMINING THE PREVALENCE, CHARACTERISTICS, AND EMOTIONAL CONSEQUENCES AMONG
    COLLEGE STUDENTS
          Ryan Sarasin, Roger Williams University

52. CENSORSHIP POLICY AND THE CORRECTIONAL CULTURE
         Susan Jones, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs

53. GRAFITTI TO MURAL ART
          Doris Yates, California State University, East Bay

54. THE SEX OFFENDER REGISTRY IN COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS: A DESCRIPTIVE ANALYSIS OF SEX
    OFFENDERS
          Priscilla Valenzuela, University of North Texas; Scott Belshaw, University of North Texas

55. SEX TRAFFICKING: THE BUYING AND SELLING OF INNOCENT PEOPLE ON U.S. SOIL
          Heather Asbury, Boise State University

56. TRAINED TO FIGHT AND KILL—AN ANALYSIS OF INMATES WITH PRIOR MILITARY SERVICE
    BACKGROUNDS
          Erika Brooke, University of Central Florida

57. CRIME AND REGENERATION IN URBAN COMMUNITIES: IMPLICATIONS OF THE BIG DIG FOR BOSTON,
    MA
          Jennifer Robinson, Salem State University

58. ASSESSING THE DISPARITY BETWEEN PARENT AND SELF-REPORT OF SELF-CONTROL ON LIFE
    OUTCOMES
         Michael Carriaga, University of Texas at Dallas; Brie Diamond, University of Texas at Dallas

59. SEX TRAFFICKING
          Melissa Parks, University of New Haven

60. CERTIFICATION FOR PARALEGALS: A NECESSARY EVIL?
          Corrine Wilkerson, Washburn University

61. AN EXPLORATION OF VALUE-ADDED ASSESSMENT IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
          Lynn Barnes, Elizabeth City State University

62. CYBER-BULLYING: A BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF THE INSIDIOUS EPIDEMIC
         Kristen Sobba, University of Arkansas at Little Rock

63. INTERDISCIPLINARY EXAMINATION OF "BATH SALTS": MEDICAL AND CRIMINOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT
    ON USE OF SYNTHETIC CATHINONES
          Arang Park, Bridgewater State University; Kyung-Schick, Choi, Bridgewater State University

64. DIFFERENCES BETWEEN PUBLIC PERCEPTION AND ADMINISTRATION OF CRIMINAL SENTENCING:
    IMPLICATIONS FOR SENTENCING RATES
          Michael Toohey, Central Connecticut State University; Jacob Hasson, Central Connecticut State
          University; Steven Block, Central Connecticut State University

65. ADDICTION AS A MANAGEABLE BEHAVIOR
          Sarah Scott, Texas State University-San Marcos

66. EXPLORING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DIFFERENT METHODS OF RESPONDING TO POLICE
    CALLS FOR SERVICE AND VIOLENCE AGAINST THE
          Danielle Gillam, Washburn University
                                                Friday, March 22, 2013




67. EXPLORING THE NEW GENERATION OF POLICE OFFICER: THE MILLENNIAL’S INTEGRATION INTO
    THE POLICE FORCE
          Bonnie Prather-Robson, Washburn University

68. THE EFFECT OF SOCIAL SUPPORT ON AGING PRISONERS: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY
          Jill Doerner, University of Rhode Island; Wendi Goodlin-Fahncke, University of Toledo

69. ASSESSING THE QUALITY OF IN-SERVICE FORENSIC SCIENCE TRAINING IN KANSAS
         Jay Wessel, Washburn University

70. ASSESSING THE NEED FOR POLICE CALL BOXES ON COLLEGE CAMPUSES
         Charlie Cooper, Washburn University; J. Harrison Watts, Washburn University

71. EXPLORING THE CHANGES IN EVIDENCE COLLECTION AT MAJOR CRIME SCENES: A CASE STUDY OF
    KANSAS LAW ENFORCEMENT
         Eva Engelhardt, Washburn University

72. ANALYZING THE IMPACT NEUROCHEMICALS AND HORMONES HAVE ON THE BRAIN LEADING TO
    CRIMINALITY: A META-ANALYSIS
          Sara Copeland, Washburn University

73. EXPLORING THE ATTITUDES OF HETEROSEXUAL POLICE OFFICERS TOWARD CO-WORKERS
    IDENTIFIED AS SEXUAL MINORITIES POST LAWRENCE
           Jason Kealy, Washburn University

74. ARE DRUG COURTS SUCCESSFUL IN REDUCING RECIDIVISM AMONG CHRONIC OFFENDERS?
          Clete Snell, University of Houston Downtown

75. THROUGH THE LENS OF INTERSUBJECTIVITY: UNDERSTANDING THE PROCESS OF CHANGE IN THE
    INSIDE-OUT PRISON EXCHANGE PROGRAM
           Kathryn Healey, Widener University

76. SATISFACTION WITH THE POLICE IN HAMPTON ROADS
          Mengyan Dai, Old Dominion University

77. MEXICAN DRUG TRAFFICKING ORGANIZATION BORDER VIOLENCE SPILLOVER
          Clint Osowski, Walden University

78. DOES CRIME SEVERITY MATTER TO EYEWITNESS IDENTIFICATION?
          Nicole Els, University of Texas at Dallas; Brooke Miller, University of Texas at Dallas; Mark Saber,
          University of Texas at Dallas; Paul Donnelly, University of Texas at Dallas

79. SCALING ATTITUDES TOWARD YOUTH AND JUVENILE POLICY
    Lisa Cota, Missouri State University; Brett Garland, Missouri State University

80. UNDOCUMENTED YOUTH AND IMMIGRATION LAW
         Beatriz Mateos, Mercyhurst University; Frank Anthony, Mercyhurst University; Michael Rodriguez,
         University of Texas Pan American

81. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN UNIVERSITY CAMPUS, VIOLENT CRIME AND THE FEAR OF CRIME
          Nelecia Cunningham, Northern Caribbean University; Fay Williams, Northern Caribbean University

82. LAW ENFORCEMENT EMPLOYERS: EDUCATIONAL EXPECTATIONS FOR ENTRY LEVEL LAW
    ENFORCEMENT CANDIDATES
          Stephen Verrill, Missouri Southern State University
                                              Friday, March 22, 2013




83. INTEGRATING VICTIMS’ ISSUES INTO UNIVERSITY AND COLLEGE CURRICULA
          Linda Williams, University of Massachusetts Lowell; Alison Cares, Assumption College; David Hirschel,
          University of Massachusetts Lowell; Mary Frederick, University of Massachusetts Lowell

84. SMALL-GROUP DISCUSSION IN THE LARGE CLASSROOM ENVIRONMENT
          Amy Poland, St. Joseph’s College-New York; Jessica Jerabeck, Texas A&M University

85. EVALUATION OF THE NFJC'S CHILDREN'S ADVOCACY CENTER
         Martie Mitchell, Boise State University

86. SERVING BEER AND STUDYING AGGRESSION
          James Roberts, University of Scranton; Casey Althouse, University of Scranton

87. JUVENILE GANGS: THE CHANGING DYNAMICS
          Tiffiney Barfield-Cottledge, University of Houston Clear Lake

88. COMPLIANCE AND ENFORCEMENT: STATES AND THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT
         Laura Bell, University of Texas at Dallas; Diane Verrill, University of North Texas

89. IMPULSIVITY: A VALIDATION STUDY OF THE UPPS IMPULSIVITY SCALE
         Wyatt Brown, University of South Florida

90. RECRUITMENT AND RETENTION WITHIN THE SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE DETECTIVE SERVICE
         Jacob Mofokeng, Tshwane University of Technology

91. ASSAULT AND ACADEMICS: THE ADVERSE IMPACT OF VICTIMIZATION ON EDUCATION AMONG
    COLLEGE STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES
         Heidi Scherer, Kennesaw State University

92. MEN SEEKING SEX WITH OTHER MEN: BULLETIN BOARD POSTINGS AND PUBLIC HEALTH ISSUES
          Kelly Cheeseman, Messiah College; Wendi Goodlin-Fahncke, University of Toledo

93. EXAMINING THE CORRELATES AND SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF ORGANIZATIONAL DATA BREACHES
    IN THE UNITED STATES
           David Khey, Loyola University New Orleans; Vincenzo Sainato, Loyola University New Orleans

94. JUST WORLD BELIEFS AND RAPE MYTH ATTITUDES: DOES VICTIMIZATION MAKE A DIFFERENCE?
          Rebecca Vonderhaar, Old Dominion University; Dianne Carmody, Old Dominion University

95. UNDOCUMENTED HISPANIC YOUTH IN AMERICA
         John Rodriguez, University of Texas at Arlington; Frank Rodriguez, Mercyhurst University

96. THE UTILITY OF PODSCORB FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT EXECUTIVES
          George Richards, Edinboro University; Gennaro Vito, University of Louisville

97. VICTIMS OF OHIO SERIAL AND SPREE KILLERS
          Mary Myers, University of Akron; Sean Lynch, University of Akron; Megan Porter, University of Akron;
          Jason Frederick, University of Akron; Jasmine Brown, University of Akron; Anthony Svab, University of
          Akron

98. EXPLORING THE CONNECTION BETWEEN FEMALE SEX OFFENDING AND A HISTORY OF ABUSE
         Kelly Cheeseman, Messiah College; Beth Rivera, Penn State Harrisburg; Richard Tewksbury,
         University of Louisville; David Connor, University of Louisville
                                               Friday, March 22, 2013



 99. THE GROWTH IN WHITE SUPREMACY VIA MAINSTREAM POLITICAL DISCOURSE DURING
     PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN 2012
           Wendy Hicks, Loyola University New Orleans; Bradley Hicks, McLean County Center for Human
           Services

100. REDUCING AUTO-PROWLS ON A COLLEGE CAMPUS: APPLYING THE SARA MODEL
          Alexander Drayer, University of Northern Colorado

101. THE ATTITUDE OF COLLEGE STUDENTS TOWARD POLICE
           Attapol Kuanliang, University of Louisiana at Monroe; Cody Sonnier, University of Louisiana at Monroe

102. RISK/NEED ASSESSMENT AND MENTAL HEALTH
           Alexander Holsinger, University of Missouri-Kansas City

103. PUBLIC CONFIDENCE IN LEGAL AUTHORITIES: AN INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE
           Yingyos Leechaianan, Sam Houston State University

104. UNDERSTANDING PUBLIC VIEWS ON SUPPORT OR OPPOSITION FOR THE USE OF CONSUMER
     RACIAL PROFILING: A QUALITATIVE INQUIRY
           Shaun Gabbidon, Penn State Harrisburg

105. COPPIN STATE UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY-ORIENTED CRIMINAL JUSTICE INITIATIVES
           Michael Berlin, Coppin State University; Leonard Hamm, Coppin State University Police
           Department

106. CHILD ABUSE AND FAMILY OUTCOMES IN JUVENILE COURT: THE MAIN AND MODERATING EFFECTS
     OF PARENTAL STRESS LEVELS
           Zoe Caron, Michigan State University; Valerie Anderson, Michigan State University; Ashlee Barnes,
           Michigan State University; Jodi Petersen, Michigan State University; William Davidson, Michigan State
           University

107. DISPROPORTIONATE MINORITY CONTACT: TRENDS IN THE JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM
           Caitlin Morton, Michigan State University; Valerie Anderson, Michigan State University; Ashlee Barnes,
           Michigan State University; Jodi Petersen, Michigan State University; William Davidson, Michigan State
           University

108. JUVENILE GANG INVOLVEMENT: CONTEXTUALIZING OFFENDING WITH RISK ASSESSMENT
           Samantha Kray, Michigan State University; Valerie Anderson, Michigan State University; Ashlee
           Barnes, Michigan State University; Jodi Petersen, Michigan State University; William Davidson,
           Michigan State University

109. CONTRASTING TIME FRAMES IN MEASURING RECIDIVISM AMONG JUVENILE PROBATIONERS:
     IMPLICATIONS FROM RISK ASSESSMENT
           Titi Oladipo, Michigan State University; Valerie Anderson, Michigan State University; Ashlee Barnes,
           Michigan State University; Jodi Petersen, Michigan State University; William Davidson, Michigan State
           University

110. LEARNING BY PREVENTING CRIME: INTEGRATING SERVICE LEARNING INTO A CRIME PREVENTION
     COURSE
           Philip Rhoades, Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi

111. AN EXAMINATION OF PUNISHMENT AT THE NEW YORK HOUSE OF REFUGE
           Michaela Mothersell, State University of New York at Canton; Abby Rodenas, State University of New
           York at Canton; Mark Snow, State University of New York at Canton; Paul Bowdre, State University of
           New York at Canton
                                        Friday, March 22, 2013



 112. OFFENDER REENTRY PARTNERSHIPS: INTERORGANIZATIONAL RELATIONSHIP FORMATION AND
      COMMITMENT
           Gail Humiston, University of Central Florida

 113. LIGHTING THE WAY TO A BRIGHTER FUTURE: THE LITHIA SPRINGS SCHOOL PROGRAM AND CANDLE
      FACTORY
             Christie Burgess, Southern Oregon University

 114. MARRIAGE POLITICS: EXPLORING GENDER ROLES IN SAME SEX RELATIONSHIPS
            Whitney Head-Burgess, Southern Oregon University


12:15 PM – 1:00 PM     ACJS Research and Pictorial Showcase           Lone Star B, 2nd Fl.
                       Tear-Down

                       Participants in the Showcase must
                       remove their presentations during this time.


12:30 PM – 1:45 PM     EVENT #294                                     Lone Star A4, 2nd Fl.

                       Presidential Invited Speaker: Craig Watkins


2:00 PM – 3:15 PM      EVENT #295                                     Majestic 2, 37th Fl.
                       Youth Violence & Juvenile Justice
                       Editorial Board Meeting


2:00 PM – 3:15 PM      EVENT #296                                     Majestic 3, 37th Fl.
                       Jesuit Educators in Criminal Justice
                       Meeting


2:00 PM – 3:15 PM      EVENT #297                                     Majestic 4, 37th Fl.
                       Caribbean Criminology Group Meeting


2:00 PM - 3:15 PM      EVENT #298                                     Majestic 5, 37th Fl.
                       Prison Journal Editorial Board Meeting


2:00 PM - 3:15 PM      EVENT #299                                     Majestic 9, 37th Fl.
                       Criminal Justice Policy Review
                       Editorial Board Meeting
                                              Friday, March 22, 2013




2:00 PM – 3:15 PM          EVENT #300                                              City View 6, 4th Fl.

                           Presidential Invited Speaker: Rachel Toor


2:00 PM – 3:15 PM          EVENT #301                                              Lone Star A2, 2nd Fl.
            PANEL: RACE, CLASS AND DISCRIMINATION IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE
                  Chair: Larry Stokes, Savannah State University

            PERCEPTIONS OF THE POLICE: FROM JONNY GAMMAGE TO JORDAN MILES
                 Neil Guzy, University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg

            BEYOND RACE: THE INFLUENCE OF SOCIOECONOMIC FACTORS ON TRAFFIC STOPS
                 Cherie C. Ames, Fayetteville State University; Lorenzo M. Boyd, Fayetteville State University;
                 Robert A Brown, Fayetteville State University

            LEGISLATIVE POLICIES AND INSTITUTIONAL DISCRIMINATION
                  Larry Stokes, Savannah State University

            THE IMPACT OF CRIME LEGISLATION NAMED AFTER ‘IDEAL’ VICTIMS
                  Heather Ahn-Redding, High Point University; Amy MacArthur, High Point University; Devin
                  Fennelly, High Point University; Bobby Dylan Fitzgerald, High Point University


2:00 PM – 3:15 PM          EVENT #302                                              Live Oak, 2nd Fl.
            PANEL TITLE: DIGITAL DISORDER: INTERNET CRIME
                  Chair: William L. Tafoya, University of New Haven
                  Discussant: Marjie T. Britz, Clemson University

            HONEYNET RESEARCH AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE EDUCATION
                 Susan Traudt, University of New Haven

            ISPs’ FAILURE: HACKING MADE POSSIBLE BY THE GATEKEEPERS
                    Jibey Asthappan, University of New Haven

            THE INCREASING SIGNIFICANCE OF DIGITAL FORENSIC ANALYSIS IN CRIMINAL
            INVESTIGATIONS
                  D. Kall Loper, Loper Forensic Services, LLC

            THE ROLE OF ANONYMOUS RE-MAILERS IN FUTURE CYBER TERROR ATTACK
                  William L. Tafoya, University of New Haven


2:00 PM – 3:15 PM          EVENT #303                                              State Room 1, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING AND HIRING CHALLENGES
                  Chair: David A. Makin, Washington State University

            TRAINING TRAINEES ABOUT WAYS TO MANAGE STRESS, TRAUMA, AND LOSS
                  Christiane Manzella, New York University; Konstantinos Papazoglou, University of Toronto
                                               Friday, March 22, 2013



            AN ASSESSMENT OF ESSENTIAL POLICE CANDIDATE APTITUDES AND REQUIREMENTS IN
            GEORGIA
                  Richard H. Martin, Mercer University

            EDP OR STRESS MANAGEMENT TRAINING – PROS AND CONS
                  Maria (Maki) Haberfeld, John Jay College

            FOUR YEARS OUT: EVALUATING THE EFFICACY OF PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING IN THE
            POLICE ACADEMY
                  David A. Makin, Washington State University; Cheyenne Foster, Washington State University


2:00 PM – 3:15 PM           EVENT #304                                                State Room 2, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: ISSUES IN POLICE DECISION MAKING
                  Chair: Jonathon Cooper, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

            COVARIATES OF POLICE BEHAVIOR AT THE PRECINCT LEVEL: EXTENDING THE EMPIRICAL
            ANALYSIS OF POLICING ECOLOGY
                 Jonathon Cooper, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

            “IT WAS A BUM RAP”: SELF-REPORTS OF BEING FALSELY ARRESTED
                   Wendi Pollock, Stephen F. Austin State University; Scott Menard, Sam Houston State
                   University

            IN SEARCH OF A BENCHMARK: USING CENSUS TRANSPORTATION DATA TO ASSESS RACIAL
            PROFILING
                  Jason Scott, Rochester Institute of Technology; Michael Herb

            FROM POLICE CONTACT TO JUVENILE DETENTION: DOES THE DISTANCE MATTER?
                  Kevin Wang, University of South Florida St. Petersburg; Barnali Dixon, University of South
                  Florida, St. Petersburg; Richard Ferner, St. Petersburg Police Department


2:00 PM – 3:15 PM           EVENT #305                                                State Room 3, 3rd Fl.
            ROUNDTABLE: REFLECTIONS ON THE TRAYVON MARTIN CASE: MULTIDISCIPLINARY
            PERSPECTIVES, REVELATIONS, & IMPLICATIONS

                    Moderators: Brian N. Williams, University of Georgia; Billy R. Close, Florida State University

                    Discussants: Kecia M. Thomas, University of Georgia; Joseph Lumpkin, Athens-Clarke County
                    Police Department


2:00 PM – 3:15 PM           EVENT #306                                                State Room 4, 3rd Fl.
            TRACKING CASES, CONVICTIONS, AND THE DEATH PENALTY
                 Chair: Stephanie Mizrahi, California State University - Sacramento

            WRONGFULL CONVICTION: COULD PROSECUTORIAL MISCONDUCT BE SOLVED THROUGH A
            CHANGE IN BRADY V. MARYLAND?
                 Denise L. Mowder. Metropolitan State University of Denver
                                               Friday, March 22, 2013




            TRACKING CAPITAL HOMICIDE CASES: THE CASE OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, KENTUCKY – 2000
            TO 2010
                  Gennaro F. Vito, University of Louisville; George E. Higgins, University of Louisville; Anthony G.
                  Vito, University of Louisville

            CONTROVERTING GENDERED IMAGERY: EXECUTIONS OF WOMEN IN THE POST-GREGG ERA
                 Angie Wheaton, Eastern Kentucky University; Kevin Minor; Eastern Kentucky University


2:00 PM – 3:15 PM           EVENT #307                                               Trinity 1, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: VIEWS OF JUSTICE AND CRIME PREVENTION
                  Chair: Eugene Hughley, Southern University and A&M College

            C.R.I.M.E.S.: A COMPREHENSIVE UNIVERSAL PARADIGM FOR REDUCTION LEADING TO CRIME
            PREVENTION
                    Eugene Hughley, Southern University and A&M College

            SUSTAINABLE JUSTICE AND FUNCTIONALIST EXCHANGE: TOWARDS A NEW FORM OF
            JUSTICE
                  Liam Leonard, Institute of Technology, Sligo; Paula Kenny, Institute of Technology, Sligo

            MORAL TIME AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE: TESTING BLACK'S THEORY OF SOCIAL TIME
                 James Williams, Texas Woman’s University; Edward Lynton, Texas Woman’s University;
                 Daniel Rodeheaver, University of North Texas

            CRIMINOLOGISTS AND CRIMINOLOGY: A FOLLOW-UP SURVEY
                  Jonathan Bolen, University of Nebraska at Omaha; Jonathan Cooper, Indiana University of
                  Pennsylvania; Anthony Walsh, Boise State University


2:00 PM – 3:15 PM           EVENT #308                                               Trinity 2, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: RATIONAL CHOICE AND SITUATIONAL APPROACHES
                  Chair: Sharon Chamard, University of Alaska Anchorage

            ASSESSING THEFT RISKS OF FREQUENTLY ABUSED OVER-THE-COUNTER DRUGS
                 Brian T. Smith, University of New Haven; Ronald Clarke, Rutgers, The State University of New
                 Jersey

            THE TEMPORAL EFFECTS OF THE ALASKA PERMANENT FUND DIVIDEND ON CRIME IN
            ANCHORAGE
                  Sharon Chamard, University of Alaska Anchorage

            UNSTRUCTURED SOCIALIZING AND DELINQUENCY AMONG TURKISH YOUTH
                 Suat Cubukcu, American University

            COMMUNITY POLICING & COUNTER-TERRORISM
                 Charles Andrew Lieberman, John Jay College
                                              Friday, March 22, 2013




2:00 PM – 3:15 PM           EVENT #309                                              Trinity 3, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: BULLYING: NO LONGER JUST ‘KIDS BEING KIDS’
                  Chair: Jeffrey Walsh, Illinois State University

            A RETROSPECTIVE LOOK AT BULLYING PERPETRATION AND VICTIMIZATION IN A SAMPLE OF
            UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
                  Jeffrey Walsh, Illinois State University; Jessie Krienert, Illinois State University

            ANTI-BULLYING LEGISLATION AND SCHOOL LIABILITY
                  Jonathan Kremser, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania

            THE CLASS BETWEEN THE FIRST AMENDMENT AND CYBER BULLYING
                  Douglas McKenzie, Grand Valley State University

            EXAMINATION OF KOREAN SCHOOL BULLYING AND VICTIMIZATION: COMPARISON OF
            BULLIES, BULLY/VICTIMS, VICTIMS, AND UNINVOLVED
                  Hyunseok Jang, Kyonggi University


2:00 PM – 3:15 PM           EVENT #310                                              Trinity 4, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: PUBLIC ORDER IN A DISORDERED WORLD: FACING WAR AND ITS AFTERMATH
                  Chair: John Robert Cencich, California University of Pennsylvania

            THE EMERGENCE OF THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL TRIBUNAL FOR THE FORMER
            YUGOSLAVIA (ICTY): THE GLOBAL IMPACT OF THE ICTY
                  Obi N.I. Ebbe, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

            INDONESIA FACING ASYMMETRIC WARFARE: ANALYSIS FROM DEFENSE POLICY AND
            SOCIOLOGICAL APPROACHES
                  Agus Ahmad Safei, The State Islamic University of Sunan Gunung Djati; Dini Dewi Heniarti,
                  Bandung Islamic University

            WAR CRIMES AND INTERNATIONAL SECURITY: ASSEMBLING THE INVESTIGATIVE TEAM
                 John Robert Cencich, California University of Pennsylvania

            THE IMPACT OF SHORT-TERM STUDY ABROAD PROGRAMS ON STUDENTS’ OPENNESS TO
            DIVERSITY
                  Diana Falco, Niagara University; Tammy Castle, James Madison University


2:00 PM – 3:15 PM           EVENT #311                                              Trinity 5, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: WOMEN WHO OFFEND
                  Chair: Holly Miller, Sam Houston State University

            THE JOURNEY OF CRIME OF FEMALE HOMICIDE OFFENDRS
                  Alesa Ray Liles, University of Arkansas at Little Rock; Grant R. Drawve, University of
                  Arkansas at Little Rock

            EXAMINING GENDER AND RECIDIVISM IN NONVIOLENT OFFENDERS
                  Leah McCoy, Sam Houston State University; Holly Miller, Sam Houston State University
                                              Friday, March 22, 2013




            WOMEN WHO KILL
                 Neil Guzzy, University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg

            THE DIFFERENCE IN WHO CREATES THE VICTIMS
                  William I. McLaughlin Jr., Troy University


2:00 PM – 3:15 PM          EVENT #312                                              City View 1, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: CHARACTERISTICS OF AND RISK FACTORS FOR VICTIMIZATION
                  Chair: Ryan Randa, Sam Houston State University

            KILLING ALL THE RIGHT PEOPLE: THE HERB BAUMEISTER AND CRAIGSLIST KILLINGS
                   Neil Guzy, University of Pittsburgh at Greensburgh

            ARE HOMICIDE RATES SEASONAL? A COMPARISON WITH ASSAULTS
                  Karise Carrillo, State University of New York at Albany

            NORTHEASTERN STATE UNIVERSITY CAMPUS CRIME VICTIMIZATION SURVEY: ETHNIC
            DIFFERENCES IN THE USE OF SELF PROTECTIVE BEHAVIORS
                  Cari Leigh Keller, Northeastern State University; Shiann Wingfield, Northeastern State
                  University; Shaina Scoggins, Northeastern State University

            THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LOW SELF-CONTROL, GENDER, AND VICTIMIZATION: A
            DIFFERENCE SCORES APPROACH
                  Ryan Randa, Sam Houston State University; Danielle Boisvert, Sam Houston State
                  University


2:00 PM – 3:15 PM          EVENT #313                                              City View 2, 4th Fl.

            FEATURE ROUNDTABLE: IMPLEMENTING SYSTEM-WIDE CHANGE IN CORRECTIONS:
            WASHINGTON STATE’S OFFENDER CHANGE PROGRAM

                    Moderator: Faith E. Lutze, Washington State University

                    Discussants: Edward Latessa, University of Cincinnati; Zachary Hamilton, Washington State
                    University; Kay Heinrich, Washington State Department of Corrections; Eva Kishimoto,
                    University of Cincinnati; Mindy Schweitzer, University of Cincinnati



2:00 PM – 3:15 PM          EVENT #314                                              City View 3, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: ASSESSING THE NEEDS OF OFFENDERS CLASSIFIED AS SPECIAL NEEDS
                  Chair: Kimberly D. Dodson, Western Illinois University-Quad Cities

            THE JAIL-IN-REACH PROJECT: PREDICTORS OF SUCCESS AND FAILURE
                   Lance Hignite, Nevada State College

            CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS’ PERCEPTIONS OF THE TREATMENT OF SPECIAL NEEDS
            OFFENDERS IN JAIL
                 Kimberly D. Dodson, Western Illinois University-Quad Cities
                                              Friday, March 22, 2013




            NEEDS OF ELDERLY INMATES IN NORTH AMERICAN LITERATURE
                  Adelina Iftene, Queen’s University

            UNDERSTANDING THE NEEDS OF HOMELESS INMATES IN U.S. PRISONS
                 Cassandra Ramdath, City University of New York-John Jay College of Criminal Justice


2:00 PM – 3:15 PM          EVENT #315                                              City View 4, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: BEHAVIORS AND TYPOLOGIES ASSOCIATED WITH SEXUAL OFFENSES
                  Chair: John Cencich, California University of Pennsylvania

            GATEWAY TO SEX OFFENSES
                 John Cencich, California University of Pennsylvania; Gretchen Choe, University of North Texas
                 at Dallas

            TESTING THE RELIABILITY AND VALIDITY OF FOUR FEMALE SEX OFFENDER TYPOLOGIES
                  Bridget Williamson, Sam Houston State University; Holly Miller, Sam Houston State
                  University

            POLYMORPHISM AND SERIAL RAPE: A CLOSE LOOK AT SEXUALLY INTRUSIVE AND VIOLENT
            BEHAVIORS
                  Ashley Hewitt, Simon Fraser University; Eri Beauregard, Simon Fraser University

            “CONNECTING THE DOTS”: SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL LINKAGE FACTORS IN SERIAL MURDER
                 Kim Rossmo, Texas State University; Jonathan Allen, Texas State University; Lucia Summers,
                 Texas State University


2:00 PM – 3:15 PM          EVENT #316                                              City View 5, 4th Fl.

            PANEL: INNOVATIVE STATISTICAL TECHNIQUES
                  Chair: Samuel Scaggs, Florida State University

            COMPARING LOGISTIC REGRESSION, NEURAL NETWORKS, AND CLASSIFICATION AND
            REGRESSION TREE IN PREDICTING STALKING VICTIMIZATION
                 Fawn Ngo, University of South Florida/Sarasota-Manatee; Anurag Agarwal, University of South
                 Florida/Sarasota-Manatee

            USING COARSENED EXACT MATCHING TO EXAMINE THE NEXUS BETWEEN HOUSE ARREST
            AND RECIDIVISM
                  Samuel Scaggs, Florida State University; Gerald Gaes, Florida State University; William Bales,
                  Florida State University

            PSYCHOMETRIC ASSESSMENT OF MEASURING INSTRUMENTS: CONSTRUCT VALIDATION OF
            TWO INSTRUMENTS DESIGNED TO MEASURE POLICE BEHAVIOR
                  Avdi Avdija, Indiana State University
                                           Friday, March 22, 2013



            AN ANALYSIS OF ESTIMATES OF LAMBDA FOR HIGH FREQUENCY OFFENDERS: ARE THEY
            DIFFERENT CONSTRUCTS.
                  Christopher Giles, Simon Frasier University; Garth Davies, Simon Frasier University

            RANDOM GEOGRAPHIC SAMPLING: THE BENEFITS AND DRAWBACKS OF USING A “WALKING
            SURVEY.”
                 Katie Dreiling, Colorado Mesa University


2:00 PM – 3:15 PM         EVENT #317                                         City View 7, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: MADRIZ AWARD PAPERS


2:00 PM – 5:00 PM         EVENT #318                                         Executive Boardroom,
                                                                             2nd Fl.
                          ACJS Executive Board Meeting
                          James Frank, President
                          Brian Payne, First Vice President
                          TBD, Second Vice President
                          Craig Hemmens, Immediate Past President
                          David F. Owens, Treasurer
                          TBD, Secretary
                          TBD, Trustee-At-Large
                          Philip Reichel, Trustee-at-Large
                          Nicole Leeper Piquero, Trustee-at-Large
                          TBD, Region One Trustee
                          Alexis J. Miller, Region Two Trustee
                          Brad Smith, Region Three Trustee
                          David Montague, Region Four Trustee
                          TBD, Region Five Trustee
                          Mary K. Stohr, Executive Director
                          Cathy L. Barth, Association Manager


3:00 PM – 5:00 PM         EVENT #319                               Press Club, 2nd Fl.
                          Security and Crime Prevention Section
                          General Business Meeting, Awards Presentation,
                          and Reception


3:30 PM – 4:45 PM         EVENT #320                                         Majestic 2, 37th Fl.
                          Minorities and Women Section
                          Executive Board Meeting


3:30 PM – 4:45 PM         EVENT #321                                         Majestic 9, 37th Fl.
                          African Criminology and Justice Group
                          Meeting
                                               Friday, March 22, 2013




3:30 PM – 4:45 PM           EVENT #322                                                Lone Star A2, 2nd Fl.

            ROUNDTABLE: TEACHING CAPITAL PUNISHMENT IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE PROGRAMS

                    Moderator: Stephanie Mizrahi, California State University

                    Discussants: Robert Bohm, University of Central Florida; George Kain, Western Connecticut
                    State University


3:30 PM – 4:45 PM           EVENT #323                                                Live Oak, 2nd Fl.
            PANEL: TRAINING AND EVALUATION IN THE RESPONSE TO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
                  Chair: Lisa Growette Bostaph, Boise State University

            THE USE OF SECURITY TECHNOLOGY TO PROTECT BATTERED WOMEN: A DECADE LATER
                  Lisa Growette Bostaph, Boise State University; Shannon Santana, University of North Carolina-
                  Wilmington; Alice Collier, Boise State University

            SAME-SEX INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE TRAINING: CURRENT TRENDS AND FUTURE GOALS
                  Jessica Langley, University of New Haven

            THE “MORAL IMPERATIVE” REVISITED: RANDOMIZED EXPERIMENTS AND IPV VICTIM-
            ORIENTED PROGRAM EVALUATIONS
                  Melissa Rorie, National Institute of Justice; Bethany Backes, National Institute of Justice

            A NEW APPROACH IN REDUCING DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN ALASKA: EVALUATION OF THE
            FAIRBANKS PACE PROJECT
                  Cory Lepage, University of Alaska-Anchorage


3:30 PM – 4:45 PM           EVENT #324                                                State Room 1, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: MAYBERRY AND BEYOND: ISSUES IN RURAL AND SMALL TOWN POLICING
                  Chair: Charles L. Johnson, University of Maine at Presque Isle

            HIRING A POLICE CHIEF FOR MAYBERRY, USA: NOTES FROM RURAL MAINE
                  Charles L. Johnson, University of Maine at Presque Isle; Andrew Hunt, University of Maine at
                  Presque Isle; Linda LeBlanc, University of Maine at Presque Isle

            CONFLICT AND COMPATIBILITY BETWEEN MILITARY AND POLICE: A STUDY OF THE EFFECTS
            OF MILITARY SERVICE AND DEPLOYMENT ON LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS IN SMALL
            TOWN AND RURAL POLICING
                   Stan Kent Shernock, Norwich University

            AN EXAMINATION OF PERCEIVED LEVELS OF STRESS AND STRESSORS AMONG RURAL LAW
            ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS
                  Marcos L. Misis, Northern Kentucky University

            STRESS AND DEPRESSION IN RURAL LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS
                 Jennifer Guriel Myers, Fairmont State University; Amanda Algee, Fairmont State University
                                              Friday, March 22, 2013




3:30 PM – 4:45 PM          EVENT #325                                              State Room 2, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: POLICE STRATEGIES AND PRACTICES
                  Chair: David Makin, Washington State University

            SIMULATED EVIDENCE COLLECTION AND GENETIC FORENSIC EVIDENCE: CONCERNS AND
            QUESTIONS FOR CONSIDERATION
                  David Makin, Washington State University

            VISUAL SEARCH STRATEGIES OF LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS
                  Pete Blair, Texas State University; Hunter Martaindale, Texas State University

            POLICE OFFICERS UNDER THE GUN: MEASURING FACE RECOGNITION
                  William Flynn, Raritan Valley Community College

            THE POLICE, PRUDENCE, AND THE PERSON WITH ASPERGER’S SYNDROME
                  Michael Potts, Methodist University


3:30 PM – 4:45 PM          EVENT #326                                              State Room 3, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: THROUGH A GLASS DARKLY: THE CURRENT STATE, AND THE FUTURE, OF FOURTH
            AMENDMENT JURISPRUDENCE
                  Chair: David M. Jones, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh

            LOWER COURT REACTION TO ARIZONA V. GANT
                 David M. Jones, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh

            FLORIDA V. CLAYTON HARRIS: CANINE SEARCHES ON “ROCKY GROUND”?
                  Tom Hughes, University of Louisville

            STANDARDS OF FOURTH AMENDMENT PROTECTION AND NEW TECHNOLOGY
                 Ronald Nelson, University of South Alabama

            THE ROBERTS COURT, GOVERNMENT IMMUNITY AND THE CONTINUING ASSAULT ON THE
            EXCLUSIONARY RULE
                  Terrence P. Dwyer, Western Connecticut State University

            THE IMPLICATIONS OF U.S. V. JONES ONE YEAR LATER
                  Eric Gentes, Rivier University


3:30 PM – 4:45 PM          EVENT #327                                              State Room 4, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: ATTITUDES AND SUPPORT FOR THE DEATH PENALTY
                  Chair: Gavin Lee, Delta State University

            EXPLORING DEATH PENALTY ATTITUDES: DOES PHRASING OF THE QUESTIONS MATTER?
                 Forrest R. Rodgers, University of Wisconsin-River Falls
                                               Friday, March 22, 2013



            CULTURAL COGNITION, PERCEPTION OF RISK AND SUPPORT FOR THE DEATH PENALTY.
                 Scott Vollum, University of Minnesota Duluth; Jacqueline K. Buffington-Vollum, University of
                 Minnesota Duluth

            THE IMPACT OF THE MURDERER’S PUNISHMENT ON FAMILY SURVIVORS: A MIXED METHODS
            STUDY OF THE ULTIMATE PENAL SANCTION.
                  Marilyn Armour, University of Texas at Austin


3:30 PM – 4:45 PM           EVENT #328                                               Trinity 1, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: CRIME, PERCEPTION, AND THE MEDIA
                  Chair: Sarah Britto, Prairie View A & M University

            IDENTITY THEFT: THE NEW CRIME FEAR
                   Sarah Britto, Prairie View A & M University

            THE UNTOLD ORIGINS AND CONSEQUENCES OF THE MACDONALD TRIAD
                  Nicole Verenita Lasky, University of Cincinnati

            NOBLE CAUSE CORRUPTION: DECONSTRUCTING DEXTER
                  Alyssa N. Lawrence, Eastern Kentucky University; Angie Wheaton, Eastern Kentucky
                  University

            THE EFFECTS OF FORENSIC EVIDENCE AND CSI SHOWS ON JURY DECISION MAKING
                  Charles O. Ochie, Sr., Albany State University; Patrick I. Ibe, Albany State University; Evaristus
                  Obinyan, Benedict College; Hamin Shabazz, Stevenson University; Peter Nwanko, Albany
                  State University


3:30 PM – 4:45 PM           EVENT #329                                               Trinity 2, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: RETHINKING SOCIAL BONDS, CONTROL AND SUPPORT
                  Chair: Natalie Schell-Busey, Rowan University

            DO SCHOOL SOCIAL BONDS PREVENT BULLYING FOR MALES AND FEMALES?
                  Natalie Schell-Busey, Rowan University; Nadine Connell, University of Texas at Dallas

            IS JUVENILE DELINQUENCY BEYOND “CONTROL?” A TEST OF THE IMPACT OF SOCIAL BOND
            AND SELF-CONTROL
                   David Bowers, University of South Alabama; Sarah Koon-Magnin, University of South
                   Alabama

            ADDRESSING THE FRONT-END OF SOCIAL SUPPORT THEORY: THINKING ABOUT CRIME AS A
            WICKED PROBLEM
                 Peter Collins, Seattle University

            PARENTING, RELIGIOSITY AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF CONTROL
                 Scott Wolfe, University of South Carolina; Nick Blasco, University of South Carolina; Frank
                 Ferdik, University of South Carolina

            EXPLORING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN RISK AND PROTECTION OVER TIME
                 John Eassey, University of Florida; Marvin Krohn, University of Florida; John Bowman,
                 University of Florida
                                               Friday, March 22, 2013



            TRAFFICKING IN HUMANS: A MACRO SOCIO-ECONOMIC APPROACH
                   Daniel Amadin Irabor, Prairie View A&M University

            THE EMOTIONAL ABUSE OF CHILDREN: TESTING A SCREENING INSTRUMENT
                  Daniel Murphy, Lynchburg College


3:30 PM – 4:45 PM           EVENT #330                                               Trinity 3, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: SECURITY AND AUTHORITY IN SCHOOLS
                  Chair: Michael Cavanaugh, Jr., University of Houston-Downtown

            STRIP SEARCHES IN SCHOOLS: BEFORE AND AFTER SAFFORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
            NO. 1 V. REDDING (2009)
                   Michael Cavanaugh, Jr., University of Houston-Downtown; Michael Vaughn, Sam Houston
                   State University

            THE INFLUENCE OF SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICERS ON SCHOOL-BASED VIOLENCE
                   Kristin Swartz, University of Louisville; Cherie Dawson-Edwards, University of Louisville; Dustin
                   Osbourne, University of Louisville; George Higgins, University of Louisville

            BEST PRACTICES OF SCHOOL SECURITY
                  Kayleigh Damphousse, University of Oklahoma; Christine Bird, University of Oklahoma

            SCHOOL SECURITY: THE IMPACT OF GENDER AND AGE ON SCHOOL RELATED
            VICTIMIZATION AND DELINQUENCY
                   Suzanne Perumean-Chaney, University of Alabama at Birmingham; Mischelle Stone, Ferris
                   State University


3:30 PM – 4:45 PM           EVENT #331                                               Trinity 4, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: INTERNATIONAL CRIME RESEARCH: CRIME EVENTS AND CRIME VICTIMS
                  Chair: Mahesh Nalla, Michigan State University

            THE SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL DISTRIBUTION OF STREET CRIME IN SANYA, CHINA: AN
            APPLICATION OF GIS IN CRIME ANALYSIS
                  Hanping Du, Public Security Department of Hainan Province, China; Yan Zhang, Sam Houston
                  State University; Xiaolong Zou, The Police Association of China

            REPORTING CRIME TO THE POLICE IN TURKEY
                 Onder Karakus, Turkish National Police Academy

            AN ANALYSIS OF JUVENILE SEX ABUSE IN JAMAICA
                  Lorna E. Grant, North Carolina Central University

            FEAR OF CRIME IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA: IMPACT OF GENDER, HEAD OF THE HOUSEHOLD,
            AND VICTIMIZATION
                  Mahesh Nalla, Michigan State University; Joseph D. Johnson, Rowan University
                                              Friday, March 22, 2013




3:30 PM – 4:45 PM           EVENT #332                                               Trinity 5, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: HOMELAND SECURITY AND THE LAW: ADVOCACY AND CRITIQUE
                  Chair: Keith Logan, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania

            HOMELAND SECURITY IS MORE THAN FIGHTING TERRORISM
                 Keith Logan, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania

            POSSESSION OF FIREARMS BY UNITED STATES CITIZENS
                 Edgar J. Hartung, Alvernia University; Phillip Becker, Alvernia University

            WHAT ROLE DOES CRIMINAL PROFILING PLAY IN THE WAR ON TERRORISM AND HOMELAND
            SECURITY?
                  Michael Wigginton, Jr., University of Mississippi; Carl Jensen, University of Mississippi; Steve
                  Mallory, University of Mississippi

            COLLATERAL DAMAGE: CIVIL LIBERTY IMPLICATIONS OF NEW AGE COUNTERTERRORISM
                  William Bloss, East Carolina University; Brian Jones, East Carolina University

            STOCKPILING LEGAL AUTHORITY: BEFORE AND AFTER 2001
                 Stephanie Mizrahi, California State University, Sacramento


3:30 PM – 4:45 PM           EVENT #333                                               City View 3, 4th Fl.

            FEATURE ROUNDTABLE: THE BENEFIT OF CREATING STATE LEVEL PRACTITIONER-
            RESEARCHER PARTNERSHIPS IN CORRECTIONS

                    Moderator: Faith E. Lutze, Washington State University

                    Discussants: Laurie Drapela, Washington State University; Michael Evans, Washington State
                    Department of Corrections; Zachary Hamilton, Washington State University; Teri Herold-
                    Prayer, Washington State Department of Corrections; Jacqueline van Wormer, Washington
                    State University



3:30 PM – 4:45 PM           EVENT #334                                               City View 4, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: DRUG AND ALCOHOL USE IN THE COLLEGE SETTING
                  Chair: Christine Arazan, Northern Arizona University

            COLLEGE STUDENTS UNDERAGE DRINKING, THE LAW, AND THE POLICE: A SURVEY STUDY
                 Saeed Yusuf Mohamed, Central Washington University

            COLLEGE STRAIN AND PRESCRIPTION DRUG MISUSE: A THEORETICAL APPLICATION
                 William Christopher Watkins, West Virginia Wesleyan College

            TECHNIQUES OF NEUTRALIZATION AND ILLICIT PRESCRIPTION STIMULANT DRUG USE ON A
            COLLEGE CAMPUS
                  Christine Arazan, Northern Arizona University; Mike Costelloe, Northern Arizona University

            WHY DO COLLEGE STUDENTS DRINK? PREDICTORS OF ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION AMONG
            COLLEGE STUDENTS
                 Fang-Mei Law, Tiffin University; Gwo-Jen Guo, National Changhua University of Education
                                               Friday, March 22, 2013




3:30 PM – 4:45 PM           EVENT #335                                                City View 5, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: DRUGS AND ALCOHOL – POLICY AND CONTROL
                  Chair: Beth C. Freeman, Sam Houston State University

            THE SCORPION, THE FROG, AND THE VIABILITY OF BALANCED DRUG ENFORCEMENT
            POLICIES
                  Stephen J. Ziegler, Indiana University-Purdue University

            ALCOHOL IGNITION INTERLOCK ORDERS IN ALASKA: A PRELIMINARY ANALYSIS
                 Troy C. Payne, University of Alaska Anchorage; Sharon Chamard, University of Alaska
                 Anchorage

            DRUG COURTS IN A RURAL ENVIRONMENT: ARE THEY EFFECTIVE?
                  Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa, Indiana State University; Jordan Issacs, Indiana State University

            DWI LAW IN TEXAS: WHAT PART OF “DRIVING” DO YOU NOT UNDERSTAND?
                  Beth C. Freeman, Sam Houston State University; Michael S. Vaughn, Sam Houston State
                  University


3:30 PM – 4:45 PM           EVENT #336                                                City View 6, 4th Fl.

            ROUNDTABLE: NORMAN JOHNSTON: A CELEBRATION OF LIFE

                    Moderator: Rosemary L. Gido, The Prison Journal, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

                    Discussants: Kareem, Jordan, University of Central Florida; Tim J. Holler, Indiana University of
                    Pennsylvania; Renee Lamphere, University of North Carolina—Pembroke; Brandon Stroop,
                    Indiana University of Pennsylvania


3:30 PM – 4:45 PM           EVENT #337                                                City View 7, 4th Fl.
            ROUNDTABLE: THE 4 Cs OF COMMUNITY COLLEGE-UNIVERSITY RELATIONSHIPS:
            CHALLENGES, CONFLICTS, COLLABORATION, AND COURSEWORK

                    Moderator: Ricky S. Gutierrez, California State University, Sacramento

                    Discussants: Mike Grabowski, Santa Rosa Jr. College; Steve Egger, University of Houston,
                    Clear Lake; Rob Dawalt, Ivy Tech Community College


5:00 PM – 6:00 PM           EVENT #338                                                City View 8, 4th Fl.
                            Minorities and Women Section Awards
                            Ceremony and Reception


5:00 PM – 6:15 PM           EVENT #339                                                Lone Star A2, 2nd Fl.
                            Police Section General Business Meeting
                                  Friday, March 22, 2013




5:00 PM – 6:15 PM   EVENT #340                                  City View 1, 4th Fl.
                    Community College Section General
                    Business Meeting and Reception


5:00 PM – 6:15 PM   EVENT #341                                  City View 2, 4th Fl.
                    Critical Criminal Justice Section General
                    Business Meeting and Reception


6:30 PM – 8:30 PM   EVENT #342                                  Lone Star A3&A4, 2nd Fl.
                    ACJS Awards Ceremony and Reception
                                           Saturday, March 23, 2013




                           Saturday, March 23, 2013
                               Day At A Glance

8:00 AM – 12:15 PM         Panels, Roundtables, Workshops




                           Saturday, March 23, 2013

8:00 AM – 9:15 AM          EVENT #343                                             State Room 1, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: SELECTION, RECRUITMENT, AND RETENTION ISSUES IN POLICING
                  Chair: Charles A. Brawner III, Heartland Community College

            POLICE OFFICERS: WHAT YOU POST ON FACEBOOK CAN BE USED AGAINST YOU
                  Mary Ellen Reimund, Central Washington University

            FINDING OPPORTUNITY THROUGH ADVERSITY: IT’S TIME TO UP THE EDUCATIONAL
            REQUIREMENTS IN POLICING
                  Gregory E. Walsh, Utica College

            RECRUITMENT AND RETENTION WITHIN THE SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE DETECTIVE SERVICE
                 Jacob Tseko Mofokeng, Tshwane University of Technology

            CHALLENGES FOR THE POLICE SELECTION PROCESS AMONG A GENERATION OF DIGITAL
            NATIVES
                  Charles A. Brawner III, Heartland Community College


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM          EVENT #344                                             State Room 2, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN POLICE BEHAVIOR
                  Chair: Mark Correia, San Jose State University

            A TALE OF TWO CITIES: POLICING AND THE NEW ECONOMIC ORDER
                   Mark Correia, San Jose State University

            THE CONTEXT OF PROTEST EVENT VIOLENCE: POLICE BEHAVIOR AND PROTESTER
            PERFORMANCE IN NEW YORK, 2006-2011
                  Thomas Ratliff, Arkansas State University; James Hawdon, Virginia Tech University; Lori
                  Hall, Arkansas State University

            POLICE PROTEST: UNDERSTANDING ATTITUDES AND BEHAVIORS
                  Brian Kingshott, Grand Valley State University

            POLICE SUICIDE
                  Salete Colon, Palm Beach Gardens
                                            Saturday, March 23, 2013




8:00 AM – 9:15 AM           EVENT #345                                              State Room 3, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL CRIME PREVENTION
                  Chair: Keith Clement, California State University, Fresno

            THE ROLE OF HOMELAND SECURITY IN TRANSNATIONAL AND DOMESTIC CRIME
            PREVENTION
                  Keith Clement, California State University, Fresno

            SAFETY FOR STUDENTS WHO STUDY ABROAD: IT’S MORE THAN CONSIDERING THE
            THREAT OF POLITICAL UNREST
                  Tracy Tamborra, University of New Haven; Chelsea Warwick, University of New Haven

            THE ECONOMIC MODEL OF CRIME PREVENTION
                  Felix Obi, Texas Southern University; Ngozi Ihe, Texas Southern University; Alaba Oludare,
                  Texas Southern University

            MAKING DETERRENCE AND PREVENTION THE CORNERSTONE OF THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE
            SYSTEM
                  Ron R. Burnett, Texas Southern University; Demeka R. Harrell, Texas Southern University


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM           EVENT #346                                              State Room 4, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: AMERICAN AND INTERNATIONAL CONTEXTS ON RETAINING OR ABOLISHING THE
            DEATH PENALTY
                  Chair: Christina DeJong, Michigan State University

            DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL PATTERNS OF DEATH PENALTY ABOLITION
                 Amy Romanus, Texas Woman's University; LeAnn Boyce, Texas Woman's University

            DEATH PENALTY MORATORIUM V. ABOLITION: THE TACTICAL RESPONSE & STRATEGIC
            GOAL.
                  Daniel E. Georges-Abeyie, Texas Southern University

            THE POLITICS OF CAPITAL PUNISHMENT IN RELATION TO SERIAL KILLERS
                  Sarah L. Stein, Clayton State University; Lisa Nored, University of Southern Mississippi

            LEGALIZED HATRED: THE GENOCIDE OF HOMOSEXUALS IN UGANDA
                  Christina DeJong, Michigan State University; Eric Long, University of Maryland at College
                  Park


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM           EVENT #347                                              Trinity 1, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: STUDENT RESEARCH, PRACTICAL EXPERIENCES
                  Chair: Gregory DeLone, Fayetteville State University

            CONCEALED CARRY LEGALITIES AND EFFECTS ON UNIVERSITY CAMPUSES
                 Craig E Meissen, Missouri State University

            EYEWITNESS ACCURACY: IMMEDIATE EVENT RECALL
                  Kidst Messelu, Seattle University; Terra Lovelace, Seattle University
                                           Saturday, March 23, 2013



            INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE: ARE OUR TEXTBOOKS THEORETICALLY SOUND?
                Jacob DeLone, Pine Forest High School; Miriam DeLone, Fayetteville State University; Gregory
                DeLone, Fayetteville State University

            PUBLICATION PRODUCTIVITY OF MASTER’S DEGREE-ONLY PROGRAMS IN CRIMINAL
            JUSTICE AND CRIMINOLOGY
                  Mark Morgan, University of Cincinnati


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM          EVENT #348                                            Trinity 2, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: RE-ENTRY
                  Chair: Nicole M. Alexander, John Jay College

            THE EFFECTS OF DISENFRANCHISED EX-FELON VETERANS OF THE U.S.
                  LaShondra C. Jones, Texas Southern University

            SEX OFFENDERS AND THE OBSTACLES THEY FACE REENTERING SOCIETY
                  Shawn Rolfe, Wright State University

            DRUG COURT JUDGES AND JUDICIAL BEHAVIOR
                  Kathleen Contrino, SUNY at Buffalo; Thomas Nochajski, SUNY at Buffalo

            GETTING OLDER AND STARTING OVER: THE CHALLENGES ELDERLY EX-OFFENDERS FACE
            REENTERING POST-RECESSION AMERICA
                  Nicole M. Alexander, John Jay College


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM          EVENT #349                                            Trinity 3, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: POLICE ETHICS AND DISCRETION
                  Chair: Joy Camacho, University of South Florida

            THE POLICE AND ETHICS
                  Elsa Tenorio, Texas A&M International University; Claudia San Miguel, Texas A&M
                  International University

            POLICE ACCOUNTABILITY
                  Galib Bhayani, Kwantlen Polytechnic University

            USING SOCIAL MEDIA IN POLICE INVESTIGATIONS & THE CANADIAN COURTS
                  Carrie Koperski, Mount Royal University

            TO INK OR NOT TO INK: THE ARREST AND CHARGE PATTERNS FOR ARRESTEES WITH
            TATTOOS
                   Joy Camacho, University of South Florida
                                           Saturday, March 23, 2013




8:00 AM – 9:15 AM          EVENT #350                                            Trinity 4, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: STUDENT RESEARCH, AN ONGOING PROCESS
                  Chair: Bethany S. Owens, Tiffin University

            INVESTMENT IN DRUG TREATMENT AS AN INDICATOR OF SUCCESSFUL RECOVERY AND
            CRIME-AVOIDANCE
                  Lauren Alessi, Colorado State University

            FAMILIES OF MURDERERS: THE NEW UNDERCLASS
                   Michael S. Melendez, University of Alabama; Bronwen Lichtenstein, University of Alabama

            CYBERBULLYING AMONG YOUTH: AN ANALYSIS BY GENDER, RACE/ETHNICITY, AND GRADE
                 Tess Price, University of Arkansas at Little Rock

            LOCATION. LOCATION! LOCATION?: AN EXAMINATION OF SEXUAL VICTIMIZATIONS IN THE
            COMMUNITY AND PRISON SETTINGS
                  Bethany S. Owens, Tiffin University


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM          EVENT #351                                            Trinity 5, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: BOTH SIDES OF THE THIN BLUE LINE: INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH ON
            PERCEPTIONS OF POLICING
                  Chair: Camie Morris, Carroll University

            ORGANIZATIONAL CONTEXT AND JOB SATISFACTION: A MULTI-LEVEL ANALYSIS OF JOB
            SATISFACTION AMONG SOUTH KOREAN POLICE OFFICERS
                  Dae-Hoon Kwak, Illinois State University; Mahesh Nalla, Michigan State University

            SHARED PERCEPTIONS OF LESBIAN AND GAY POLICE OFFICERS: VIEWS FROM
            ARGENTINA, GREAT BRITAIN AND THE US
                 Roddrick Colvin, John Jay College of Criminal Justice

            GENDER ROLE AND POLICE WORK: A COMPARISON OF WOMEN POLICE’S PERCEPTIONS IN
            DUBAI AND TAIPEI
                  Doris C. Chu, Arkansas State University

            A CROSS-NATIONAL STUDY ON PUBLIC CONFIDENCE IN POLICE
                  Camie Morris, Carroll University


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM          EVENT #352                                            City View 1, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: INNOVATIONS IN VICTIMS SERVICES
                  Chair: Stephanie Frogge, University of Texas at Austin

            PROFESSIONALIZING THE DISCIPLINE: A CASE STUDY OF AN SVAA
                 Lisa Growette Bostaph, Boise State University; Marianne Hudson, Boise State University;
                 Miguel Lopez, Boise State University
                                          Saturday, March 23, 2013



            LISTENING: THE ROLE OF NARRATIVES IN HEALING FROM VIOLENCE
                  Richard G. Wright, Bridgewater State University

            DEFENSE INITIATED VICTIM OUTREACH (DIVO): DATA AND LESSONS FROM FIRST THREE
            YEARS
                  Stephanie Frogge, University of Texas at Austin


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM          EVENT #353                                             City View 2, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: STRUCTURED & GENDER BASED REHABILITATION AND TREATMENT
                  Chair: Pamela Mertens, Northeastern State University

            THE PREVALENCE AND IMPACT OF POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER ON FORMER
            FEMALE INMATES AFTER RELEASE
                  Pamela Meterns, Northeastern State University

            PARENTING PROGRAMS IN MALE AND FEMALE FACILITIES: A META-ANALYSIS
                 EmmaLeigh Kirchner, Indiana University of Pennsylvania; Darla Drummond, Indiana
                 University of Pennsylvania

            AVOIDING “CHAOS” RELATIONSHIP DYNAMICS INSIDE A FEMALE HALFWAY HOUSE
                  Andrea Cantora, University of Baltimore

            PROCEDURAL JUSTICE AND RECIDIVISM IN A JAIL-BASED RESIDENTIAL SUBSTANCE
            ABUSE TREATMENT PROGRAM
                  Christian Dane, Georgia State University


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM          EVENT #354                                             City View 3, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: CONTEMPORARY CRIMINAL JUSTICE ISSUES IN TEXAS
                  Chair: Eric F. Bronson, Lamar University

            SEXUAL PREDATORS IN TEXAS
                 Jim Mann, Lamar University

            DISPARITIES IN SENTENCING
                  Whitney Sonnier, Lamar University; Jim Mann, Lamar University

            NARRATIVES OF PRISON GANGLAND
                 Eric F. Bronson, Lamar University

            GEOGRAPHICAL DISPARITIES ON THE APPLICATION, RETENTION, AND ABOLITION OF THE
            FEDERAL DEATH PENALTY WITH INTERNATIONAL
                 Hallie Gates, Lamar University; Sanaz Alasti, Lamar University
                                           Saturday, March 23, 2013




8:00 AM – 9:15 AM          EVENT #355                                          City View 4, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: TESTING CRIMINOLOGICAL THEORY ACROSS VARIED SETTINGS
                  Chair: Ziwei Qi, University of North Dakota

            YOUTH DEVIANCE: UNRAVELING THE CONNECTIONS OF PARENTING STYLES AND
            DEVIANCE AMONG YOUTH IN WESTERN NY
                  Andrew Walik, The College at Brockport, SUNY; Melchor de Guzman, The College at
                  Brockport, SUNY

            APPLICABILITY OF SELF-CONTROL THEORY TO THE CHINESE SETTING: AN ASSESSMENT
            OF ITS RELIABILITY AND VALIDITY
                   Jianhong Liu, University of Macau

            A TEST OF SOCIAL DISORGANIZATION THEORY: SOCIAL CAPITAL IN TURKEY
                  Faith Irmak, Turkish National Police

            CRIMINOLOGY RESEARCH IN US AND CHINA
                  Ziwei Qi, University of North Dakota


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM          EVENT #356                                          City View 5, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: CURRENT ISSUES CONFRONTING HOMELAND SECURITY
                  Chair: John Barbrey, Longwood University

            TRADITIONAL AND NON-TRADITIONAL HOMELAND SECURITY PROGRAMS: A TYPOLOGY
                  John Barbrey, Longwood University

            STUDENT PERSPECTIVES ON HUMAN TRAFFICKING: ASSESSING THE IMPACT OF THE BLUE
            CAMPAIGN
                 Bernard J. McCarthy, Missouri State University; Shauna Perkins, Missouri State University

            THE POLITICS OF BIOSECURITY: OBSTACLES AND CHALLENGES TO PUBLIC HEALTH AND
            SECURITY
                  Brian J. Gorman, Towson University; Christopher Salvatore, Montclair State University

            FEAR OF CRIME AND BORDER SECURITY
                  Diana Carreon, Texas A&M International University

            AN EVALUATION OF THE CONTAINER SECURITY INITIATIVE (CSI) IN TAIWAN: AN OFFICERS’
            PERSPECTIVE
                  Marcos Misis, Northern Kentucky University


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM          EVENT #357                                          City View 6, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: ON-LINE EDUCATION IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE
                  Chair: Debra Lindberg, Portland State University

            MAKING ONLINE TEAMS WORK
                  Debra Lindberg, Portland State University
                                            Saturday, March 23, 2013



            NAVIGATING A NEW FRONTIER: CREATING A COLLABORATIVE ONLINE CRIMINAL JUSTICE
            PROGRAM AT THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA
                  Julie Campbell, University of Nebraska at Kearney; Lauren Brandt, University of Nebraska at
                  Kearney; David Cassiday, University of Nebraska at Omaha

            CREATING A STRESS FREE ENVIRONMENT FOR ONLINE COURSES FOR BOTH STUDENT
            AND TEACHER
                  Pearl Jacobs, Sacred Heart University

            BUILDING GEOGRAPHY AND MULTICULTURALISM INTO ONLINE CRIMINAL JUSTICE
            EDUCATION
                   Frank Michael Afflitto, Bay State College


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM           EVENT #358                                             City View 7, 4th Fl.
            ROUNDTABLE: THE BEST USE OF INTERNSHIPS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE STUDENTS

                     Moderator: Martha Earwood, University of Alabama-Birmingham

                     Discussants: John Campbell, American International University; Hamin Shabazz, Stevenson
                     University; Kathryn A. Branch, University of Tampa; David Murphy, Western Oregon
                     University


8:00 AM – 9:15 AM           EVENT #359                                             City View 8, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE RESPONSE TO FAMILY VIOLENCE
                  Chair: Lisa Nored, University of Southern Mississippi

            DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN MISSISSIPPI
                 Lisa Nored, University of Southern Mississippi; Philip Carlan, University of Southern
                 Mississippi; R. Alan Thompson, University of Southern Mississippi

            PROTECTING BLACK FEMALE VICTIMS OF INTIMATE PARTNER ABUSE IN SOUTH HAMPTON
            ROADS, VIRGINIA
                 Doris Lewis Edmonds, Norfolk State University

            WHAT WOULD GOD DO? A DOMESTIC VIOLENCE VICTIM’S PERSPECTIVE
                 Tanya Marie Grant, Sacred Heart University

            EXPLORATORY STUDY EXAMINING THE JUDICIAL RESPONSES TO PROTECTIVE ORDER
            VIOLATORS
                  Durant Frantzen, Texas A&M University


9:30 AM – 10:45 AM          EVENT #360                                             State Room 1, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: GENDER AND DISCRIMINATION ISSUES IN LAW ENFORCEMENT
                  Chair: Michael E. Meyer, University of North Dakota

            DO WOMEN BELONG? COLLEGE STUDENTS’ VIEWS OF WOMEN IN POLICE WORK
                 Leila B. Dutton, University of New Haven; Erin Provost, University of New Haven
                                            Saturday, March 23, 2013



            EXAMINING THE IMPACT TO TITLE VII’S ANTI-RETALIATION PROVISIONS ON POLICE
            PERSONNEL PRACTICES
                  Sue Carter Collins, Georgia State University

            CURRENT PERSPECTIVES TOWARD WOMEN SERVING IN THE SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE
                 Michael E. Meyer, University of North Dakota; Salome Reyneke-Tarbitt, Tshwane University
                 of Technology

            ASPECTS OF GENDER DISCRIMINATION: A SURVEY OF FEMALE POLICE ACADEMY
            STUDENTS AND POLICE OFFICERS IN TURKEY
                 Kubra Gultekin, Turkish National Police Academy


9:30 AM – 10:45 AM          EVENT #361                                              State Room 2, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: POLICE DECISION MAKING
                  Chair: Daniel Lytle, University of North Texas

            TAKING STOCK OF POLICE DECISION MAKING: A META-ANALYSIS
                  Daniel Lytle, University of North Texas; Lawrence Travis, University of Cincinnati

            A LOOK INSIDE THE “BLACK BOX”: MODELING THE PATROL OFFICER DECISION PROCESS IN
            DISPUTE ENCOUNTERS
                  Heidi Bonner, East Carolina University

            OFFICER DISCRETION IN A NATION OF LAWSUITS AND DEPARTMENT IMPOSED QUOTAS:
            HOW IMPORTANT IS IT?
                  Timothy Fulk, Indiana University Kokomo

            LAW ENFORCEMENT DISCIPLINARY INFRACTIONS IN THE UNITED STATES
                  Julie Raines, Marist College


9:30 AM – 10:45 AM          EVENT #362                                              State Room 3, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: HIRING IN AND OUT OF THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM
                  Chair: Sutham Cobkit, Kennesaw State University

            JOBS OUTSIDE THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE MAJORS
                  Sutham Cobkit, Kennesaw State University

            STREET ADVOCATES AND DYNAMIC RISK: THE APPLICABILITY OF ACTUARIAL
            ASSESSMENTS TO FOCUSED DETERRENCE HIRING PRACTICES
                 Samantha Henderson, University of Cincinnati; Robin S. Engel, University of Cincinnati

            THE ROLE OF HIGHER EDUCATION IN RECRUITMENT, HIRING, AND PROMOTION
            PRACTICES IN RETAIL LOSS PREVENTION/ASSET PROTECTION
                  Bob A. Hanson, Northern Michigan University; Paul Duby, Northern Michigan University

            THE WHO, WHAT, WHEN & WHERE OF LOSS IN SPECIALTY RETAIL
                  Dana Baxter, Davis & Elkins College
                                            Saturday, March 23, 2013




9:30 AM – 10:45 AM          EVENT #363                                             State Room 4, 3rd Fl.
            ROUNDTABLE: WRONGFULLY CONVICTED: NOT BY A JURY OF MY PEERS… MAS
            PELIGROSO – A DISCUSSION WITH A FORMER CUBAN REFUGEE AND FORMER DEATH
            ROW INMATE.

                     Moderator: Rande W. Matteson, Saint Leo University

                     Discussant: Ronn Johnson, University of San Diego


9:30 AM – 10:45 AM          EVENT #364                                             Trinity 1, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: PUNISHMENT AND SENTENCING
                  Chair: Jeremy Kittredge, Curry College

            SENTENCED TO DIE AND LIVING IN HELL: RETRIBUTIVE JUSTICE ON TEXAS DEATH ROW
                 Jenae Marie Harris, St. Ambrose University

            THE TROY DAVIS EFFECT: DOES INFORMATION ON WRONGFUL CONVICTIONS AFFECT
            DEATH PENALTY OPINIONS
                  Stephanie Diaz, Texas A&M International University

            THE PSYCHOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF SOLITARY CONFINEMENT AND THE RECIDIVISM RATE
                  Danielle N. Kim, Georgian Court University

            STATE RESPONSE TO MILLER V. ALABAMA
                  Jeremy Kittredge, Curry College


9:30 AM – 10:45 AM          EVENT #365                                             Trinity 2, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: JUVENILES AND JUSTICE
                  Chair: Megan Handley, University of Arkansas

            FEMALES IN THE JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM: ISSUES AND PROGRAMS
                 Haley McKenna Case, Limestone College

            CHILD WITNESSES: A NECESSARY EVIL
                  Gretchen Smith, Missouri State University

            THE STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS IN CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE CASES: A POLICY PROBLEM
                  Elizabeth Phillips, Bridgewater State University; Richard G. Wright, Bridgewater State
                  University

            FAMILY SYSTEMS AND DELINQUENCY: A LOOK AT DIFFERENTIAL ASSOCIATION THEORY,
            FAMILY FACTORS, AND JUVENILE DELINQUENCY
                  Megan Handley, University of Arkansas
                                             Saturday, March 23, 2013




9:30 AM – 10:45 AM          EVENT #366                                              Trinity 3, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: ISSUES OF RACE
                  Chair: Rashaunda Sterling, San Jacinto College

            RACE AND CLASS PERCEPTIONS OF HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS
                  Sarah Guillet, John Jay College; Mircea Comanescu, John Jay College; Evan Mandery, John
                  Jay College

            THE EFFECTS OF SMILING ON PERCEPTIONS OF INTERRACIAL INTERACTIONS
                  Sheneeka Saul, John Jay College

            THE NEW JIM CROW AND THE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE: AN INVESTIGATION OF
            CHANGE THROUGH RACE AND THE DISCIPLINARY MODE
                  Patricia Franklin, Texas Southern University

            THROUGH THE LENS OF RACE?: WHY THE NON-DISCRIMINATION THESIS JUST MAKES
            SENSE
                  Rashaunda Sterling, San Jacinto College


9:30 AM – 10:45 AM          EVENT #367                                              Trinity 4, 3rd Fl.

            FEATURE ROUNDTABLE: SUCCESSFUL STRATEGIES FOR TRANSITIONING FROM A
            CRIMINOLOGY/CRIMINAL JUSTICE MASTER'S PROGRAM TO A PH.D. PROGRAM

                     Moderator: Andrew S. Denney, University of Louisville

                     Discussants: Corey Burton, University of South Carolina; Margaret Mahoney, University of
                     Delaware; Jennifer Cruze, Georgia State University; Megan Magers, University of Central
                     Florida; Emmaleigh Kirchner, Indiana University of Pennsylvania



9:30 AM – 10:45 AM          EVENT #368                                              Trinity 5, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: POLITICS AND PUBLIC ORDER: MACRO- AND MICRO-LEVEL INVESTIGATIONS
                  Chair: Hamid Kusha, Anna Maria College

            POLITICAL REGIMES AND PUBLIC CONFIDENCE IN SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE: A
            LONGITUDINAL ANALYSIS, 1990-2005
                   Dae-Hoon Kwak, Illinois State University; Richard Charlton, Illinois State University

            POLICE V. PROSECUTORS: CRIME INVESTIGATION IN KOREA
                  Kyung Yon Jhi, University of Nebraska at Kearney

            WILL THE ARAB SPRINGS YIELD STATE FAILURE?
                   Joshua Matthew Regan, University of New Haven

            ISLAMIZATION OF POLICE: A PARADIGMATIC SHIFT IN POLICE-COMMUNITY RELATIONSHIP
            OR ETATISM REVISITED: THE CASE OF IRAN
                   Hamid Kusha, Anna Maria College
                                             Saturday, March 23, 2013




9:30 AM – 10:45 AM          EVENT #369                                             City View 1, 4th Fl.
            ROUNDTABLE: RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN YOUTH DRUG USE: BATH SALTS AND OTHER
            ODDITIES

                     Moderator: Charles Bailey, Prairie View A&M University

                     Discussants: Marika Dawkins, Prairie View A&M University; Lakisha Alomaja, Prairie View
                     A&M University; Da’Youne Smith, Prairie View A&M University; Kirk Douglas, Jr., Prairie
                     View A&M University


9:30 AM – 10:45 AM          EVENT #370                                             City View 2, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS REDUCING RECIVIDISM AND ASSESSING RISK
                  Chair: Jenifer Drew, Boston University

            PRISON POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION VS RECIDIVISM AND LIFELONG PUNISHMENT
                  Jenifer Drew, Boston University

            PRISON EDUCATION PROGRAMS AND THEIR PARTNERSHIPS WITH COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                  Pamela Shultz, Arkansas State University

            RISK ASSESSMENT SCREENING TOOL FOR USE IN DETERMINING DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOR IN
            INMATES
                  Ronn Johnson, University of San Diego

            THE IMPLICATIONS OF CONFLICT BETWEEN CUSTODY AND TREATMENT STAFF IN
            CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS
                  John Turner, Washington State University


9:30 AM – 10:45 AM          EVENT #371                                             City View 3, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: NEW AND ENDURING CHALLENGES FACING CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS
                  Chair: Jeremy Carter, University of North Florida

            TECHNOLOGY TO IMPACT INMATE CONTRABAND CELLPHONE USE
                 Jeremy G. Carter, University of North Florida; Eric Grommon, Indiana University Purdue
                 University – Indianapolis; Charlie Scheer, Michigan State University

            THE ADVERSE EFFECTS OF DISPARATE TREATMENT BASED ON POSITION WITHIN
            FEDERAL CORRECTIONS
                  Don T. D. Gala, Martin Methodist College

            CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS IN CHAINS: THE CASE OF GUARD LABOR IN PRIVATE PRISONS
            IN FLORIDA
                   Doris Schartmueller, Northern Arizona University
                                              Saturday, March 23, 2013




9:30 AM – 10:45 AM           EVENT #372                                                City View 4, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: CRIME, VICTIMIZATION, AND JUSTICE IN THE MEDIA
                  Chair: Reid Toth, University of South Carolina Upstate

            PRETTY POLLY AND TOM DOOLEY: CRIME AND VICTIMIZATION IN THE AMERICAN MURDER
            BALLAD
                  Reid Toth, University of South Carolina Upstate

            INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE IN MAGAZINES: A CONTENT ANALYSIS OF GENDERED AND
            RACIAL PRESENTATIONS
                  Jennifer M. Chiotti, University of Houston-Downtown

            MUSLIM VICTIMS, MUSLIM PERPETRATORS: EXPLORING THE MEDIA REPRESENTATION
                  Negin Vatandoost, University of Ontario Institute of Technology

            JUSTICE BETRAYED: FRAMING THE OUTCOME OF JUSTICE ON OXYGEN NETWORK’S
            SNAPPED
                  Sheryl Van Horne, Arcadia University


9:30 AM – 10:45 AM           EVENT #373                                                City View 5, 4th Fl.

            FEATURE ROUNDTABLE: DEFINING HOMELAND SECURITY AND EMERGENCY
            MANAGEMENT AS FIELDS IN ACADEMIA

                     Moderators: Stephanie Mizrahi, California State University, Sacramento; Scott J. White,
                     Drexel University

                     Discussants: Victor A. Ascolillo, Westfield State University; Keith E. Clement, California State
                     University, Fresno; Leon T. Geter, Berkeley College; John W. Barbrey, Longwood University



9:30 AM – 10:45 AM           EVENT #374                                                City View 6, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: CONTEMPORARY TOPICS IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE HIGHER EDUCATION
                  Chair: Jay Zumbrun, Community College of Baltimore County

            ENHANCING CRIMINAL JUSTICE INSTRUCTION USING AUDIENCE RESPONSE
                 Jay Zumbrun, Community College of Baltimore County; Keith Lessner, Community College of
                 Baltimore County

            DISTANCE EDUCATION: CONSIDERATION FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE
                  Fay Williams, Northern Caribbean University

            HIGHER EDUCATION AND ADVANCED TRAINING FOR CORRECTIONS
                  Ray Lawson Bynum Jr., University of Phoenix; Lorraine Priest, University of Phoenix

            CURRENT CHALLENGES TO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTANCE EDUCATION
                 Charlotte H. Twombly, Montgomery College; Vicky E. Dorworth, Montgomery College
                                             Saturday, March 23, 2013




9:30 AM – 10:45 AM          EVENT #375                                              City View 7, 4th Fl.
            ROUNDTABLE: DOES YOUR PRESENTATION RELATE TO THE CONFERENCE THEME?

                     Moderator: Dilip K. Das, International Police Executive Symposium

                     Discussants: Kam C. Wong, Police Practice and Research: An International Journal; Danika
                     McLeod, Police Practice and Research: An International Journal; Jozsef Boda, Hungarian
                     National Police Service; John Eterno, IPES; Melchor de Guzman, SUNY, Brockport; Arvind
                     Verma, Indiana University, Bloomington


9:30 AM – 10:45 AM          EVENT #376                                              City View 8, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: RECENT TRENDS IN FAMILY VIOLENCE RESEARCH
                  Chair: Krista Gehring, University of Houston-Downtown

            SIN BY SILENCE: THE EFFECTS OF INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE ON MALADAPTIVE
            OUTCOMES FOR HETEROSEXUAL, GAY, AND LESBIAN VICTIMS
                   Krista Gehring, University of Houston-Downtown; Jamie Vaske, Western Carolina University

            POLYVICTIMIZATION AND TRAUMATIC LIFE EVENTS AMONG WOMEN
                  Dana Radatz, University of Nebraska-Omaha; Emily Wright, University of Nebraska-Omaha

            CRIMINAL VICTIMIZATION AMONG WOMEN
                  Carla Denise Miller, Norfolk State University; Shajuana Delgado, Norfolk State University;
                  Kodedra Dockery, Norfolk State University

            TEEN DATING VIOLENCE: A TIME SERIES ANALYSIS OF THE YOUTH RISK BEHAVIOR
            SURVEY
                  Laura King, Boise State University; Patrick Brady, Idaho Coalition Against Sexual and
                  Domestic Violence; Lisa Growette Bostaph, Boise State University


11:00 AM – 12:15 PM         EVENT #377                                              State Room 1, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES IN POLICE OPERATIONS
                  Chair: Dustin Cody Gaines, Sam Houston State University

            THE APPLICATION OF THE GEORGES-ABEYIE PETIT APARTHEID SOCIAL DISTANCE
            SEVERITY SCALE IN THE LAW ENFORCEMENT SETTING
                  Daniel E. Georges-Abeyie, Texas Southern University; Robert M. Mupier, Texas Southern
                  University

            PUBLIC PERCEPTIONS OF POLICE-FIRE CONSOLIDATION IN MICHIGAN
                  Justin A. Heinonen, Michigan State University; Jeremy M. Wilson, Michigan State University
                                            Saturday, March 23, 2013



            ORGANIZATIONAL JUSTICE AND PERCEIVED ORGANIZATIONAL SUPPORT: AN
            APPLICATION TO PATROL OFFICERS
                  Dustin Cody Gaines, Sam Houston State University

            HOW DANGEROUS ARE THE EXECUTION OF WARRANTS IN A SUSPECT’S HOME? TESTING
            THE ASSUMPTIONS OF THE PROTECTIVE SWEEP DOCTRINE
                  Illya Lichtenberg, Mercy College


11:00 AM – 12:15 PM        EVENT #378                                              State Room 3, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: CYBERCRIMES: TECHNOLOGY AND MORALITY ISSUES
                  Chair: Florence S. Ferguson, American InterContinental University

            CRIMINAL PROFILING IN A CYBER CONTEXT
                  Szde Yu, Wichita State University

            SNIFFING AT THE INTERNET CAFE: ILLEGAL WIRETAPPING OR JUST SMELLING THE
            COFFEE?
                   Patricia B. Wagner, Youngstown State University; Gordon G. Frissora, Youngstown State
                   University; Derick A. Young, Youngstown State University

            EXPLORING DIGITAL FORENSIC EXAMINERS’ PERCEPTIONS OF CYBERCRIME
                 Adam Bossler, Georgia Southern University; Thomas Holt, Michigan State University

            DIGITAL PIRACY AND STEALING: A COMPARISON ON MORALITY
                  Szde Yu, Wichita State University

            ONLINE VIGILANTISM: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY OF ONLINE MOB MENTALITY
                  Joshua Smallridge, Fairmont State University; Philip Wagner, Indiana University of
                  Pennsylvania


11:00 AM – 12:15 PM        EVENT #379                                              State Room 4, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: ISSUES RELATED TO CRIMINAL PROCEDURE
                  Chair: Delores Jones-Brown, John Jay College of Criminal Justice

            JAIL HOUSE SEARCHES: PRIVACY VERSUS SECURITY CONCERNS
                   Alton J. Slane, Muhlenberg College

            BLUEFORD V. ARKANSAS (2012): WHAT CONSTITUTES AN ACQUITTAL FOR FIFTH
            AMENDMENT PURPOSES?
                 Chad Shook, Jackson State University

            THE SUPREME COURT AND CRIMINAL PROCEDURE: THE CONTINUED DOMINANCE OF
            CRIME CONTROL THEORY
                  Arthur Garrison, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania

            SHOOT FIRST…ASK LATER: THE IMPACT OF STAND YOUR GROUND LAWS ON HOMICIDE
            RATES
                  Christopher M. Bellas, Youngstown State University
                                            Saturday, March 23, 2013




11:00 AM – 12:15 PM        EVENT #380                                          Trinity 1, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: THE MANY FACES OF TERRORISM
                  Chair: Christopher Bock, Norwich University

            TERRORIST ATTACK COMPLEXITY: A LOOK AT ATTACK COMPLEXITY ON INCIDENT
            SUCCESS RATES
                 Brent R. Klein, University of Arkansas

            POLITICIZING RIGHT WING TRIALS: AN EXPLORATORY LOOK AT THE POTENTIAL IMPACT OF
            JURY EMPATHY IN TERRORISM TRIALS
                   Dan Sulzinger, University of Arkansas

            CRIMINAL PROFILES OF JOSEPH & MICHAEL KALLINGER
                  Allen Vargas, Sacred Heart University

            MEXICAN DRUG CARTELS: SHOULD THEY BE LABELED A FOREIGN TERRORIST
            ORGANIZATION?
                  Christopher Bock, Norwich University


11:00 AM – 12:15 PM        EVENT #381                                          Trinity 2, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: THEORETICALLY SPEAKING
                  Chair: Crystal Martinez, University of North Texas

            SOCIAL LEARNING THEORY: GANGS AND DEVIANT BEHAVIOR
                  Michael J. Zambarano, Sacred Heart University

            “UNDESIRABLES”: THE COERCIVE IMPACT OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE POLICY AS A
            PERPETUATION OF EUGENICS AND DEGENERACY THEORY
                  Courtney Thrower, University of Arkansas at Monticello

            PROSTITUTION AS A FORM OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING
                  Cynthia C. Offordile, Lamar University

            THE EXCLUSION OF THE LGBT COMMUNITY IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE THEORY
                  Crystal Martinez, University of North Texas


11:00 AM – 12:15 PM        EVENT #382                                          Trinity 3, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: VICTIMIZATION AND INTERPERSONAL VIOLENCE
                  Chair: Joshua Duntley, The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey

            THE ETIOLOGY AND PATTERNS OF INTERPERSONAL VIOLENCE
                  Michelle A. Coyne, University of Cincinnati

            BELIEF IN A JUST WORLD IN A PROFESSION OF JUSTICE: AN EXAMINATION OF THE
            PREVALENCE AND IMPLICATIONS OF “JUST WORLD THINKING” AT A SMALL UNIVERSITY
                   Paige Bosnyak, Mercyhurst University
                                            Saturday, March 23, 2013



            A COMPARISON AND ASSESSMENT OF ATTITUDES TOWARDS SEXUAL VIOLENCE AT A MID-
            SIZE SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY
                   Jessica Vinson, University of Mississippi; Vanessa H. Woodward, University of Mississippi

            UNRECOGNIZED BEHAVIORS OF STALKING IN ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIPS
                 Aliya M. Simnor, The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey; Joshua Duntley, The Richard
                 Stockton College of New Jersey


11:00 AM – 12:15 PM        EVENT #383                                              Trinity 4, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: DROPOUTS, DRUG USE, AND DELINQUENCY PREVENTION: COSTS AND EFFECTS
                  Chair: Galan Janeksela, West Virginia University Institute of Technology

            THE SOCIAL, ECONOMIC, AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM COSTS OF SCHOOL DROPOUTS
                  Galan Janeksela, West Virginia University Institute of Technology

            THE EFFECT OF SCHOOL CLIMATE ON STUDENT REPORTED DRUG USE
                  Stephen Clipper, University of Texas at Dallas; Nadine Connell, University of Texas at Dallas

            TESTING A SCHOOL-PARENTAL PARTNERSHIP MODEL OF DELINQUENCY PREVENTION IN
            THREE LOW-ACHIEVING URBAN MIDDLE SCHOOLS
                  Shela Van Ness, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

            IN DEFENSE OF THY SELF – THE SCOPE OF “STAND YOUR GROUND” LAWS IN TEXAS AND
            FLORIDA
                  Cornelius D. Perry, University of Phoenix


11:00 AM – 12:15 PM        EVENT #384                                              Trinity 5, 3rd Fl.
            PANEL: INTERNATIONAL APPROACHES TO CRIME AND CITIZEN CONFIDENCE IN JUSTICE
            SYSTEMS
                  Chair: Harry Rhea, Florida International University

            THE RECENT HISTORY OF QISAS AND DIYAT IN PAKISTAN
                  Zoran Milovanovich, Lincoln University

            PUBLIC CONFIDENCE IN THE JUSTICE SYSTEM: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF FIVE
            AFRICAN COUNTRIES
                  Francis Boateng, Washington State University

            THE ROLE OF PLEA BARGAINING IN THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM: A COMPARATIVE
            LOOK AT THE UNITED STATES AND THE RUSSIAN FEDE
                  Elena Bystrova, University of New Haven

            THE AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION AND THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT
                  Harry Rhea, Florida International University
                                           Saturday, March 23, 2013




11:00 AM – 12:15 PM        EVENT #385                                            City View 1, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: DRUG TREATMENT – CURRENT RESEARCH
                  Chair: Carla Miller, Norfolk State University

            TREATING JUVENILE METHAMPHETAMINE ABUSERS
                  Ralph A. Weisheit, Illinois State University; Andrew Belt, Franklin County Juvenile
                  Methamphetamine Treatment Program; Alex Stalcup, New Leaf Treatment Center; Gantt
                  Galloway, New Leaf Treatment Center

            TREATMENT OUTCOMES, SERVICE SETTING AT DISCHARGE, AND SOURCE OF TREATMENT
            REFERRAL AS PREDICTORS OF TREATMENT SUCCESS
                 Carla Miller, Norfolk State University

            THE IMPACT OF REALITY THERAPY ON SELF-EFFICACY FOR FEMALE DRUG OFFENDERS IN
            TAIWAN
                  Fang-Mei Law, Tiffin University; Gwo-Jen Guo, National Changhua University of Education

            AN EXAMINATION OF SUPERVISED INJECTION FACILITIES IN MONTREAL, CANADA
                  Ehsan Jozaghi, Simon Fraser University


11:00 AM – 12:15 PM        EVENT #386                                            City View 2, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: TEN YEARS OF COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS AND PROBATION IN ERIE CO, PA
                  Chair: George Fickenworth, Mercyhurst University Civic Institute

            TEN YEARS OF OFFENDER PROGRAMMING IN ERIE CO, PA - LESSONS LEARNED
                  George Fickenworth, Mercyhurst University Civic Institute

            SANCTION CERTAINTY: TEN YEARS OF ZERO TOLERANCE
                  Adam Saeler, Mercyhurst University Civic Institute

            COMMUNITY REINTEGRATION OF MENTALLY ILL SUBSTANCE ABUSERS
                 George Fickenworth, Mercyhurst University Civic Institute

            TEN YEARS OF TREATMENT COURT - THE IMPACT ON ERIE COUNTY
                  Christian Pelfrey, Mercyhurst University Civic Institute

            WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?
                 Amy Eisert, Mercyhurst University Civic Institute


11:00 AM – 12:15 PM        EVENT #387                                            City View 3, 4th Fl.
            ROUNDTABLE: AFRICENTRIC PRINCIPLES OF RESTORATIVE JUSTICE AND THEIR
            IMPLICATIONS FOR THE UNITED STATES

                   Moderator: Harvey L. McMurray, North Carolina Central University

                   Discussants: Nisimba M. Sita, North Carolina Central University; Delores Jones-Brown, John
                   Jay College of Criminal Justice; Lorna Grant, North Carolina Central University
                                            Saturday, March 23, 2013




11:00 AM – 12:15 PM        EVENT #388                                              City View 4, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: CRIME, MEDIA, AND THE COMMUNITY
                  Chair: Lisa T. Briggs, Western Carolina University

            FEAR OF CRIME AND OBESITY OVERTIME?
                  Lisa T. Briggs, Western Carolina University

            CRIMINAL LABELING: REVISITING ARGUMENT TOWARDS GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTABILITY
                  Robert Grantham, Bridgewater State University

            SOCIAL MEDIA AND CRIME: A CRIME FIGHTING TOOL OR A CRIME PROMOTER
                  Charles O. Ochie, Sr., Albany State University; Evaristus Obinyan, Benedict College; Hamin
                  Shabazz, Stevenson University; Peter Nwanko, Albany State University

            COMMUNITY RESPONSES TO BEING RANKED ONE OF AMERICA’S “MOST DANGEROUS”
            CITIES
                   Ryan Williams, The University of Illinois Springfield


11:00 AM – 12:15 PM        EVENT #389                                              City View 5, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: STATISTICS IN POLICY AND PRACTICE
                  Chair: Samuel Scaggs, Florida State University

            RESULTS OF A RANDOMIZED EXPERIMENTAL ASSESSMENT OF THE IMPACT OF PRISON
            BASED SUBSTANCE ABUSE PROGRAM TREATMENT PROGRAMS ON RE-ENTRY
                  Samuel Scaggs, Florida State University; David Ensley, Florida Department of Corrections;
                  Phillip Colthart, Florida Department of Corrections

            BIGGER MIGHT BE BETTER: AGGREGATING DATA IN URBAN CRIME RESEARCH
                  Hollianne Marshall, Fairmont State University

            REPLICATION IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE: A NECESSARY PRACTICE
                  Jessica Warner, University of Cincinnati

            ANALYSIS OF ALCOHOL INVOLVED CRIME ON A COLLEGE CAMPUS
                 Yeok-il Cho, University of Central Missouri; Shin Inyong, Asia University; Cary Adkinson,
                 Fayetteville State University

            SAVE OUR STREETS: FINDINGS FROM THE IMPACT EVALUATION OF A CHICAGO
            CEASEFIRE REPLICATION PROJECT
                  Sarah Picard-Fritsche, Center for Court Innovation; Lenore Cerniglia, Center for Court
                  Innovation


11:00 AM – 12:15 PM        EVENT #390                                              City View 6, 4th Fl.
            ROUNDTABLE: IMPORTANCE OF PRACTITIONER SCHOLARLY PUBLISHING

                   Moderator: Matthew O’Deane, University of Phoenix

                   Discussants: Stephen Morreale, Worcester State College; Jim Ness, University of Phoenix;
                   Jim Adcock, Clayton State College
                                             Saturday, March 23, 2013




11:00 AM – 12:15 PM         EVENT #391                                                City View 7, 4th Fl.
            ROUNDTABLE: EXPLORING THE NEED FOR NATIONALLY CREDENTIALING CRIMINAL
            JUSTICE CAREER CANDIDATES

                    Moderator: Martin A. Greenberg, Miles College

                    Discussants: James J. Ness, University of Phoenix; Martha Hurley, The Citadel; James P.
                    Rush, Troy University; Arthur C. Jones, Keiser University; Vicki Lindsay, Troy University;
                    'Bola Ene-Korubo, Miles College; Alan E. Tharpe, Miles College


11:00 AM – 12:15 PM         EVENT #392                                                City View 8, 4th Fl.
            PANEL: HATE CRIMES: THE IMPACT OF ECONOMIC, SOCIAL, LEGAL, AND POLITICAL
            INFLUENCES
                  Chair: Sybil Wyatt, University of Central Missouri

            THE INFLUENCE OF ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL FACTORS ON THE COMMISION OF HATE
            CRIMES
                   Sybil Wyatt, University of Central Missouri; Jennifer Carson, University of Central Missouri

            HAS THE ELECTION OF BARACK OBAMA AS UNITED STATES PRESIDENT REDUCED THE
            RATE OF HATE CRIMES AGAINST BLACKS IN AMERICA?
                  Festus Obi, Texas Southern University

            THE GROWTH IN WHITE SUPREMACY VIA MAINSTREAM POLITICAL DISCOURSE DURING
            PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN 2012
                  Wendy Hicks, Loyola University; Bradley Hicks, McLean County Center for Human Services

            IS SOCIAL REFORM POSSIBLE THROUGH LAW? EVALUATING THE ENFORCEMENT OF
            SPECIAL LAWS IN INDIA
                   Hanif Qureshi, University of Cincinnati; Arvind Verma, Indiana University

            FIRST RACISM, THEN SEXISM, NOW CRIMINALISM
                   Georgen Guerrero, University of the Incarnate Word

								
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