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1 Wednesday, February 19, 2014 Day At A Glance 7:30 AM 8:30 AM 7:30 AM 5:00 PM 8:00 AM 8:00 PM 8:00 AM 12:15 PM 8:00 AM 4:45 PM 9:00 AM 10:30 AM 9:00 AM 5:00 PM 9:30 AM 10:45 AM 9:30 AM 10:45 AM 9:30 AM 10:45 AM 9:30 AM 10:45 AM 9:30 AM 10:45 AM 9:30 AM 10:45 AM 12:00 PM 5:00 PM 12:30 PM 1:45 PM 12:30 PM 1:45 PM 12:30 PM 1:45 PM 12:30 PM 1:45 PM 12:30 PM 1:45 PM ACJS New Attendee Breakfast ACJS Meeting Registration Alpha Phi Sigma Events ACJS Professional Development Teaching Workshop (continued from Tuesday, February 18, 2014) (Pre-Registration Required) Panels, Roundtables, Workshops Coffeee Bar Exhibit Hall Open ACJS Section Leadership Meeting ACJS Public Policy Committeee Meeting Southern Region Executive Board Meeting Southwest Region Executive Board Meeting Northeast Region Executive Board Meeting Midwest Region Executive Board Meeting Employment Exchange Open ACJS Affirmative Action Committee Meeting ACJS Victimology Section Executive Board Meeting ACJS Publications Committeee Meeting ACJS Constitutionn and By-Laws Committee Meeting ACJS Ethics Committee Meeting Franklin 1, 4 th Fl. Franklin Hall Foyer, 4th Fl. F Salon G/L/K, 5 th Fl. Salon I, 5 th Fl. Franklin Hall B, 4 th Fl. Franklin Hall B, 4 th Fl. Room 409, 4 th Fl. Room 410, 4 th Fl. Room 411, 4 th Fl. Room 413, 4 th Fl. Room 414, 4 th Fl. Room 415, 4 th Fl. Franklin 5, 4 th Fl. Room 410, 4 th Fl. Room 411, 4 th Fl. Room 412, 4 th Fl. Room 413, 4 th Fl. Room 414, 4 th FL.

2 12:30 PM 1:45 PM 4:30 PM 5:30 PM 5:00 PM 6:00 PM 5:00 PM 6:00 PM 5:00 PM 6:00 PM 5:00 PM 6:00 PM 5:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 8:00 PM Regional Leadership Summit All Regions Ice Cream Social Western Region General Business Meeting Midwest Region General Business Meeting Southern Region General Business Meeting Southwest Region General Business Meeting Northeast Region General Business Meeting ACJS President Reception Room 415, 4 th Fl. Outside Franklin 1, 4 th Fl. Franklin 1, 4 th Fl. Franklin 2, 4 th Fl. Franklin 3, 4 th Fl. Franklin 4, 4 th Fl. Franklin 13, 4 th Fl. Liberty Ballroom, Convention Center, 3 rd Fl. Wednesday, February 19, :30 AM 8:30 AM EVENT #4 ACJS New Attendee Breakfast Franklin 1, 4 th Fl. If this is your first or second time attending the ACJS Annual Meeting, please attend this t continental breakfast to meet ACJS Executivee Board members and network. 7:30 AM 5:00 PM ACJS Meeting Registratio on Franklin Hall Foyer, 4 th Fl. 8:00 AM 8:00 PM Alpha Phi Sigma Events Salon G/L/K, 5 th Fl. 8:00 AM 12:15 PM EVENT #5 ACJS Professional Development Teaching Workshop Please note: Pre-registration is required. Salon I, 5 th Fl.

3 8:00 AM 9:15 AM EVENT #6 Room 301, 3 rd Fl. PANEL: FAMILY RELATIONS AND WORK CONTEXTS ON POLICE ATTITUDES RESEARCH FROM ASIA AND THE CARIBBEAN Chair: Ivan Sun, University of Delaware FEMALE POLICE OFFICERS IN CHINESE SOCIETIES Ivan Sun, University of Delaware; Jessica Li, City University of Hong Kong WORK-FAMILY CONFLICT AMONG INDIAN POLICE OFFICERS Hanif Qureshi, University of Cincinnati; Charles Klahm, Wayne State University; Brad Smith, Wayne State University; James Frank, University of Cincinnati; Eric Lambert, University of Mississippi; Nancy Hogan, Ferris State University AN EXPLORATION OF POLICE OFFICERS' PERCEPTION OF JAMAICAN GANGS Asheka N. Jackson, Simon Fraser University DISPLACEMENT AND OR DIFFUSION? A GEOGRAPHICALLY FOCUSED ANALYSIS OF JAMAICA S CRIME INITIATIVES Marlyn J. Jones, California State University, Sacramento 8:00 AM 9:15 AM EVENT #7 Room 302, 3 rd Fl. PANEL: TERRORISM, PIRATES AND THE GLOBAL ECONOMY Chair: Delmar Wright, Saint Leo University WITHIN THE WAR ZONES: THE REALITIES OF CRIMINAL GANGS AND TERRORIST GROUPS Delmar Wright, Saint Leo University THE COST OF WAR: WEIGHTING CIVILIAN LOSSES IN THE AFGHAN WAR Jibey Asthappan, University of New Haven AN INVESTIGATION OF INTIMIDATION AND SABOTAGE: THE REALITIES OF COLLECTIVE HARM AT DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL SEAPORTS Darren K. Stocker, Saint Joseph s University; Patricia M. Griffin, Saint Joseph s University; Tina M. Hanulec, Alvernia College; Charles J. Kocher, Saint Joseph s University 8:00 AM 9:15 AM EVENT #8 Room 303, 3 rd Fl. PANEL: ORGANIZATIONAL AND INTERORGANIZATIONAL ISSUES IN POLICING Chair: Rick Braziel, Police Foundation THE COMPLEXITY OF MULTI-AGENCY RESPONSE EFFORTS: A SENTINEL EVENT APPROACH TO THE DORNER CASE Rick Braziel, Police Foundation; Bernard Melekian, Police Foundation; Sue Rahr, Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission; Jeff Rojek, University of South Carolina; Jim Specht, Police Foundation ABORIGINAL POLICING IN CANADA: ADMINISTRATIVE ISSUES AND CHALLENGES Rick Ruddell, University of Regina; Nicholas A. Jones, University of Regina

4 UNDERSTANDING THE ROLE OF POLICE CULTURE IN IMPLEMENTING PLANNED ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE: THE CASE OF COMPSTAT Yusuf Yüksel, Turkish National Police Academy; Tuncay Durna, Turkish National Police Academy ORGANIZATIONAL SUPPORT, ORGANIZATIONAL CITIZENSHIP BEHAVIOR: ANALYSIS OF CSI UNITS OF TURKISH NATIONAL POLICE Aykut Tongur, Turkish National Police 8:00 AM 9:15 AM EVENT #9 Room 304, 3 rd Fl. PANEL: STRESS IN POLICE WORK Chair: Jane M. Tucker, West Chester University of Pennsylvania THE ROLE OF POLICE OFFICERS SEXUAL ORIENTATION IN THE EXPERIENCE OF COMPASSION FATIGUE ON THE LINE OF DUTY Konstantinos Papazoglou, University of Toronto Missassauga; Judith P. Andersen, University of Toronto Missassauga EXAMINING STRESSORS AND CORRELATING FACTORS IN THE ISTANBUL POLICE DEPARTMENT PERSONNEL Turgay Karagoz, Penn State Harrisburg; Jim Ruiz, Penn State Harrisburg AN EXAMINATION OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN OPERATIONAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL STRESSORS AND PERFORMANCE AMONG POLICE OFFICERS Robert Lance Spivey, Nova Southeastern University CONFIDENTIALITY AND STIGMA: A QUALITATIVE EXAMINATION OF OFFICERS CONCERNS ABOUT SEEKING SERVICES FOR STRESS Jane M. Tucker, West Chester University of Pennsylvania 8:00 AM 9:15 AM EVENT #10 Room 305, 3 rd Fl. PANEL: CORRELATES OF PUBLIC TRUST IN AND PERCEPTIONS OF THE POLICE Chair: Susan McNeeley, Pennsylvania State University NEIGHBORHOOD RACIAL TENSION S IMPACT ON SATISFACTION WITH POLICE AND PERCEPTIONS OF POLICE BIAS Susan McNeeley, Pennsylvania State University; Garrett Grothoff, University of Cincinnati TRUST IN THE POLICE AND SOCIAL CAPITAL LEVEL Ugur Sen, Turkish National Police

5 8:00 AM 9:15 AM EVENT #11 Room 306, 3 rd Fl. PANEL: CROSS-CULTURAL COMPARISONS ON CAPITAL PUNISHMENT Chair: Sanaz Alasti, Lamar University CAPITAL PUNISHMENT IN AUTHORITARIAN REGIMES Sanaz Alasti, Lamar University; Amir Fakhravar, Institute of World Politics; Eric Bronson, Lamar University TIME TO FINNISH TEXAS: A COMPARISON OF TWO PENAL SYSTEMS Justin Todd Templain, Lamar University DEATH PENALTY: A COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN LEBANON, EGYPT, AND PALESTINE Jeanane Fayez El-Khoury, Lebanese University DEATH PENALTY: A COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN JORDAN AND KSA Ayman Nawaf Hawawchi, Northern Border University-KSA 8:00 AM 9:15 AM EVENT #12 Room 307, 3 rd Fl. PANEL: ISSUES IN THE EVALUATION OF DRUG COURT OUTCOMES Chair: Kathleen M. Contrino, Canisius College FACTORS OF SUCCESS FOR DRUG COURT GRADUATES Kathleen M. Contrino, Canisius College; Thomas Nochajski, State University of New York at Buffalo COURTROOM SETUP AND THERAPEUTIC JURISPRUDENCE Kathleen M. Contrino, Canisius College; Thomas Nochajski, State University of New York at Buffalo AN EVALUATION OF ST. LOUIS COUNTY DRUG COURTS: SUCCESS, FAILURE AND LESSONS LEARNED Dyan McGuire, Saint Louis University; Noelle Fearn, Saint Louis University FACTORS SIGNIFICANT TO SUCCESS IN THE VIGO COUNTY COURT ALCOHOL & DRUG PROGRAM Mallory Pugh, Indiana State University; Evan Norris, Indiana State University; Drew Snyder, Indiana State University; Trevin Thalheimer; Indiana State University; Olivia Finley; Indiana State University 8:00 AM 9:15 AM EVENT #13 Room 308, 3 rd Fl. PANEL: PERCEPTIONAL CHANGES OF VIOLENCE AND ABUSE AGAINST WOMEN GLOBALLY IN SOUTH ASIA, THE MIDDLE EAST, AND BANGLADESH Chair: Sesha Kethineni, Illinois State University JUDGES PERCEPTIONS OF THE EXTENT AND NATURE OF INDIA S DOMESTIC VIOLENCE LEGISLATION AND IMPLEMENTATION Barbara Sims, Mars Hill University; Katherine Bennett, Armstrong Atlantic State University; Sudershan Goel; Sodhi Ravi

6 DOMESTIC VIOLENCE TOWARDS WOMEN IN THE MIDDLE EAST Natasa Trajkovic, Western New England University WHETHER RELIGION IS A FACTOR? INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE AND ISLAM IN BANGLADESH Fatematul Jannat, Southern University COMBATING VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN IN INDIA: THE ROLE OF WOMEN EMPOWERMENT GROUPS Sesha Kethineni, Illinois State University 8:00 AM 9:15 AM EVENT #14 Room 309, 3 rd Fl. PANEL: PROPERTY CRIME Chair: Tasha Youstin, Florida Atlantic University THE NEW FACE OF RETAIL THEFT: ORGANIZED AND EXPENSIVE Barry J. Harvey, Alvernia University A COMPARISON OF SENTENCING OUTCOMES FOR ARSONISTS AND WHITE-COLLAR OFFENDERS Durant Frantzen, Texas A&M University-San Antonio EXAMINING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN NEAR REPEAT PATTERNS OF BURGLARY AND REPEAT OFFENDERS Tasha Youstin, Florida Atlantic University; Phillip Kopp, John Jay College of Criminal Justice 8:00 AM 9:15 AM EVENT #15 Room 401, 4 th Fl. PANEL: FUTURE CONSIDERATIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE EDUCATION Chair: James Ross, The College at Brockport, State University of New York INCORPORATING UNIVERSITY MISSION INTO THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE CURRICULUM Rosemary McFee, Alvernia University PEALING BACK THE ONION : THE IMPORTANCE OF TEACHING MEDIA LITERACY IN LAW ENFORCEMENT COURSES Robert Thomas Swan, California State University-Stanislaus PREPARING THE CURRICULUM FOR THE NEXT GENERATION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE PROFESSIONALS James Ross, The College at Brockport, State University of New York THE FUTURE FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE EDUCATION Stephen A. Morreale, Worcester State University; Patricia W. Gavin, Anna Maria College

7 8:00 AM 9:15 AM EVENT #16 Room 402, 4 th Fl. OPEN SEMINAR: USING TECHNOLOGY TO FLIP YOUR HYBRID CLASSROOM Facilitator: Ronda Marlene Blevins, Roane State Community College 8:00 AM 9:15 AM EVENT #17 Room 403, 4 th Fl. ROUNDTABLE: PH.D. MAMA: BALANCING MOTHERHOOD AND THE ACADEMY Discussants: Stacy Mallicoat, California State University, Fullerton; Jill Rosenbaum, California State University, Fullerton; Denise Boots, University of Texas at Dallas 8:00 AM 9:15 AM EVENT #18 Room 405, 4 th Fl. PANEL: MAKING IT WORK: ADMINISTRATIVE COLLABORATION, INTERNATIONAL SUPPORT, AND SPECIFIC NEEDS IN COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS Chair: Charlene Y. Taylor, Boise State University LESSONS FROM THE PAST: EXPLORING PROBATION AS A TRUE ALTERNATIVE SENTENCE Julie Globokar, Kent State University COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS AND PUBLIC SUPPORT IN CHINA Shanhe Jiang, University of Toledo; Deping Xiang, Central China Normal University; Wendi Goodlin-Fahncke, University of Toledo; Qi Chen, Central China Normal University; Dawei Zhang, Central China Normal University; Shengyong Yang, Central China Normal University THE IMPACT OF COLLABORATION IN IMPLEMENTING EFFECTIVE CORRECTIONAL PRACTICE Charlene Y. Taylor, Boise State University; Anthony W. Flores, California State University Bakersfield A RESEARCHER-PRACTITIONER PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS AND FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY S COLLEGE. David Ensley, Florida Department of Corrections; William Bales, Florida State University; Philip Coltharp, Florida Department of Corrections; Catie Clark, Florida State University; Samuel Scaggs, Florida State University 8:00 AM 9:15 AM EVENT #19 Room 406, 4 th Fl. PANEL: SPECIAL NEEDS OFFENDERS Chair: Jennifer Myers, Fairmont State University JUDICIAL PERCEPTIONS OF PUNISHMENT, SENTENCING AND INCARCERATION CONCERNING OFFENDERS WITH AUTISTIC SPECTRUM DISORDERS Colleen M. Berryessa, Stanford University RESTRAINED FOR BIRTH: POLICIES SURROUNDING PREGNANT INMATES AND RESTRAINTS Stephanie Fritz, University of Indianapolis ANALYZING CORRELATES OF PARENTAL FITNESS EVALUATION REFERRALS Jennifer Myers, Fairmont State University

8 8:00 AM 9:15 AM EVENT #20 Room 407, 4 th Fl. PANEL: INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE Chair: Pietro S. Toggia, Kutztown University CORRUPTION AS CRIME: CONSIDERATIONS FOR PREVENTIVE AND PUNITIVE POLICIES Madhukar Shetty, University at Albany; Arvind Verma, Indiana University JUDICIAL LITERACY FOR EFFECTIVE ACCESS TO JUSTICE IN ETHIOPIA Pietro S. Toggia, Kutztown University THE CRIME AND PUNISHMENT VIEWS OF JAPANESE AND U.S. STUDENTS Shanhe Jiang, University of Toledo; Eric Lambert, University of Mississippi; Toyoji Saito, Osaka University of Commence; Mahfuzul Khondaker, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania; Oko Elechi, Mississippi Valley State University; David Baker, Texas Southern University THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEMS IN THE UNITED ARAB EMIRATES Ahmad Falah Alomosh, University of Sharjah 8:00 AM 9:15 AM EVENT #21 Room 408, 4 th Fl. PANEL: EXPLORING JUVENILE JUSTICE ISSUES Chair: Doshie Piper, University of the Incarnate Word I M NOT TELLING MY CHILD NO : EXPLORING THE FEAR OF THE CHILD CONSTRUCT Amy Kyle Cook, Virginia State University A JUSTIFICATION FOR CONSIDERING NUSSBAUM CAPABILITIES APPROACH IN JUVENILE JUSTICE PLACEMENT Doshie Piper, University of the Incarnate Word; Julian Scott, Prairie View A&M University THE EXPERIENCES OF LESBIAN, GAY, BISEXUAL, AND TRANSGENDERED YOUTH IN JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEMS Kristi Holsinger, University of Missouri-Kansas City; Jessica P. Hodge, University of Missouri- Kansas City THE INTERSECTION OF GENDER AND RACE IN PREDICTING MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES AMONG INCARCERATED YOUTH Joan L. Neff, University of Richmond 8:00 AM 9:15 AM EVENT #22 Room 409, 4 th Fl. PANEL: WHITE-COLLAR CRIME: DIVERGENT TOPICS Chair: Sean Patrick Griffin, Penn State Abington THE SOCIOLOGY OF PROFESSIONAL SPORTS GAMBLING Sean Patrick Griffin, Penn State Abington IDENTITY THEFT: THE MULTIFACETED RISK Lucy Edwards Hochstein, Radford University

9 A CASE-STUDY APPROACH TO UNDERSTANDING FRAUD AGAINST THE ELDERLY Nina Barbieri, University of Texas at Dallas; Nicole Leeper Piquero, University of Texas at Dallas MEDICARE FRAUD: THE CONTROLLERS ARE FIGHTING BACK Michael T. Czarnecki, University of Cincinnati; Michael L. Benson, University of Cincinnati 8:00 AM 9:15 AM EVENT #23 Room 410, 4 th Fl. PANEL: EMPIRICAL TESTS OF SELF-CONTROL THEORY Chair: George E. Higgins, University of Louisville SELF-CONTROL, DEVIANT PEERS, AND FRAUDULENT BEHAVIOR Tony R. Smith, Rochester Institute of Technology AN EXAMINATION OF SELF-CONTROL AND FRAUD George E. Higgins, University of Louisville; Seana Golder, University of Louisville; Catherine D. Marcum, Appalachian State University; Martin T. Hall, University of Louisville; Scott E. Wolfe, University of South Carolina; T.K. Logan, University of Kentucky AN INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE ON REVISED SELF-CONTROL THEORY Aimee Delaney Lutz, Worcester State University TESTING REVISED LOW-SELF CONTROL THEORY: RESULTS FROM THE NATIONAL LONGITUDINAL STUDY OF ADOLESCENT HEALTH, 1994 Tyler J. Vaughn, Texas State University SELF-CONTROL AND PSYCHOPATHY: SAME CONSTRUCT FROM DIFFERENT FIELDS? Cassidy DeHaan, Sam Houston State University; Holly Miller, Sam Houston State University; Jeffrey Bouffard, Sam Houston State University 8:00 AM 9:15 AM EVENT #24 Room 411, 4 th Fl. PANEL: EXPLORING THE EFFECTS OF ADULT VICTIMIZATION Chair: Dana Radatz, University of Nebraska at Omaha A FAMILY AFFAIR: FAMILY DYNAMICS FOLLOWING A COLD CASE HOMICIDE Ashley Wellman, University of Central Missouri; Katie Jacobs, University of Central Missouri VIOLENT CRIMES VS. PROPERTY CRIMES: IS THERE A DIFFERENCE IN THE PSYCHOLOGICAL IMPACT ON VICTIMS? Cheryce Burton, Tiffin University FINANCIAL ELDER ABUSE AND THE COURTS Natalia Tapia, Lewis University VICTIMIZATION AMONG HIV-POSITIVE MEN IN RURAL APPALACHIA Roger Blackwell, East Tennessee State University; Wayne Gillespie, Georgia Gwinnett College MODERATING EFFECTS ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN POLYVICTIMIZATION AND INTERNALIZING PROBLEMS AMONG ADULT WOMEN Dana Radatz, University of Nebraska at Omaha; Emily Wright, University of Nebraska at Omaha

10 8:00 AM 9:15 AM EVENT #25 Room 413, 4 th Fl. PANEL: MILITARY EXPERIENCE, PRACTITIONER TRAINING, AND ACTS OF AGGRESSION Chair: Jonathan Sorensen, East Carolina University AN EXPLORATORY STUDY OF ROAD RAGE Jonathan Sorensen, East Carolina University EXTRAORDINARY CRIMES AND MILITARY EXPERIENCE: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY Haerim Jin, Sam Houston State University; Louis B. Schlesigner, John Jay College of Criminal Justice SELF-ESTEEM AND AGGRESSION AMONG PRISON INMATES Youngyol Schanz, Slippery Rock University BRAZILIAN JIU-JITSU AS AN OUTLET FOR AGGRESSION James Roberts, The University of Scranton; Loreen Wolfer, The University of Scranton 9:00 AM 10:30 AM Coffee Bar Franklin Hall B, 4 th Fl. 9:00 AM 5:00 PM Exhibit Hall Open Franklin Hall B, 4 th Fl. 9:30 AM 10:45 AM EVENT #26 Room 409, 4 th Fl. ACJS Section Leadership Meeting 9:30 AM 10:45 AM EVENT #27 Room 410, 4 th Fl. ACJS Public Policy Committee Meeting 9:30 AM 10:45 AM EVENT #28 Room 411, 4 th Fl. Southern Region Executive Board Meeting 9:30 AM 10:45 AM EVENT #29 Room 413, 4 th Fl. Southwest Region Executive Board Meeting 9:30 AM 10:45 AM EVENT #30 Room 414, 4 th Fl. Northeast Region Executive Board Meeting 9:30 AM 10:45 AM EVENT #31 Room 415, 4 th Fl. Midwest Region Executive Board Meeting

11 9:30 AM 10:45 AM EVENT #32 Room 301, 3 rd Fl. PANEL: TECHNOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES AND HOMELAND SECURITY Chair: Robert W. Taylor, University of Texas, Dallas BIG BROTHER IS NOT THE ONLY ONE WATCHING: HAS TECHNOLOGY CHANGED REASONABLE EXPECTATIONS OF PRIVACY Steven D. Hurwitz, Tiffin University; Jeffry J. Stockner, Tiffin University; Joshua B. Hill, Tiffin University IMPROVED ANALYTICS IN EMPLOYEE SCREENING IN THE FEDERAL HOMELAND SECURITY ENTERPRISE Camille Gibson, Prairie View A&M University; LaKisha Alomaja, Prairie View A&M University; Brittanie Johnson, Prairie View A&M University; Jackie Powell, Prairie View A&M University CRITICAL ISSUES FOR HOMELAND SECURITY: CYBER CRIME, CYBER TERRORISM AND ESPIONAGE Robert W. Taylor, University of Texas, Dallas 9:30 AM 10:45 AM EVENT #33 Room 302, 3 rd Fl. PANEL: SELF-RADICALIZATION, SURVEILLANCE AND STRESS Chair: James Ross, The College at Brockport PART OF THE FORTH WAVE: REALITY OR RED HERRING OF SELF-RADICALIZATION James Ross, The College at Brockport; Noelle Turner, The College at Brockport BIG BROTHER IS STILL WATCHING YOU. THE RISE OF TERRORISM AND SURVEILLANCE Lloyd Klein, York College, CUNY FEDERAL INTERAGENCY INTELLIGENCE AND INFORMATION SHARING Christine C. Sandoval, University of Phoenix ANTITERRORISM, POLICE OFFICERS AND PTSD: A DSM- PARADIGM Ronn Johnson, University of San Diego; Nick Boyd, University of San Diego; Genvieve Bartuski, Alliant International University; Elizabeth Grace, University of San Diego 9:30 AM 10:45 AM EVENT #34 Room 303, 3 rd Fl. PANEL: POLICE LEADERSHIP AND SUPERVISION Chair: David E. Lambert, University of New Haven COMMAND AND STAFF COLLEGE INITIATIVE: AN ACADEMIC PARTNERSHIP Richard H. Martin, Mercer University; Jeffrey L. Gwynne, Montgomery, AL Police Department; Kevin J. Murphy, Montgomery, AL Police Department CREATING AND IMPLEMENTING LEADERSHIP TRAINING FOR POLICE SERGEANTS AND MIDDLE-MANAGERS: A CASE STUDY Charles Scheer, The University of Southern Mississippi

12 LEADERSHIP AND INNOVATION: A REVIEW OF SELECTED TRAINING PROGRAMS FOR POLICE COMMAND STAFF David E. Lambert, University of New Haven; Stephen A. Morreale, Worcester State University DEVELOPING A SUCCESSION PROGRAM FOR FIRST LINE SUPERVISOR POSITIONS Charles Beckworth, Texas Department of Public Safety; Janice Ahmad, University of Houston- Downtown 9:30 AM 10:45 AM EVENT #35 Room 304, 3 rd Fl. PANEL: PERSONNEL ISSUES IN POLICE AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE ORGANIZATIONS Chair: Rupendra Simlot, The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey POLICE SHIFT WORK RELATED ISSUES-A PRELIMINARY STUDY Rupendra Simlot, The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey; John W. Schilling, The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey COMPARING HOMICIDE VICTIMIZATION RATES OF MALE AND FEMALE POLICE Illya Lichtenberg, Mercy College ANALYSIS OF POLICE STAFFING - HOW MANY OFFICERS DO YOU NEED? James McCabe, Sacred Heart University THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE BUBBLE: OVERCRIMINALIZATION, OVERPROSECUTION AND OVERPOLICING AND THEIR FUTURES Roger Roots, Jarvis Christian College 9:30 AM 10:45 AM EVENT #36 Room 305, 3 rd Fl. PANEL: POLICE RESPONSES TO INDIVIDUALS WITH MENTAL ILLNESSES AND DISABILITIES Chair: Kimya N. Dennis, Salem College CIT TRAINING: POLICE PRACTICES AND MENTAL HEALTH CONSUMERS Kimya N. Dennis, Salem College AN EXPLORATORY STUDY OF CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAM TRAINING IN CONNECTICUT Tracy Ann Tully, University of New Haven; Melissa Ann Smith, University of New Haven TRAINING OF EMERGENCY SERVICE PERSONNEL REGARDING CITIZENS WITH HIDDEN DISABILITIES Edward Kelly, Kean University; Constance Hassett-Walker, Kean University TRANSFORMING POLICE OFFICERS INTO MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS: THE IMPORTANCE OF INDUSTRY-WIDE PSYCHOLOGY TRAINING Nicholas Wilcox, Nova Southeastern University

13 9:30 AM 10:45 AM EVENT #37 Room 306, 3 rd Fl. ROUNDTABLE: TEACHING CAPITAL PUNISHMENT IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE PROGRAMS Moderator: Stephanie Mizrahi, California State University, Sacramento Discussants: Robert M. Bohm, University of Central Florida; Talia Harmon, Niagara University; George F. Kain, Western Connecticut State University; Gavin M. Lee, Delta State University; Stacy Mallicoat, California State University, Fullerton 9:30 AM 10:45 AM EVENT #38 Room 307, 3 rd Fl. PANEL: VETERANS TREATMENT COURTS: EXAMINING VETERAN EXPERIENCE, PERCEPTION, AND SUCCESS Chair: Julie M. Baldwin, University of Arkansas at Little Rock UNDERSTANDING THE THINGS THEY CARRIED : ASSESSING THE EFFECT(S) OF VTC MENTORS ON VETCO CLIENT PROGRESS Laurie A. Drapela, Washington State University, Vancouver EVALUATION OF VETERANS TREATMENT COURT: PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION AND SUCCESS THROUGH THE VETERAN PARTICIPANT S PERSPECTIVE Richard D. Hartley, University of Texas at San Antonio PERCEPTIONS OF JUSTICE: THE VETERAN EXPERIENCE IN VETERANS TREATMENT COURTS Julie M. Baldwin, University of Arkansas at Little Rock; Megan R. Kienzle, College at Brockport, State University of New York HEALING THE WOUNDS: AN EXAMINATION OF VETERANS TREATMENT COURTS IN THE CONTEXT OF RESTORATIVE JUSTICE Joseph Rukus, University of Florida; Julie M. Baldwin, University of Arkansas at Little Rock 9:30 AM 10:45 AM EVENT #39 Room 308, 3 rd Fl. PANEL: PUBLIC SAFETY IN PUBLIC PLACES: CRIME PREVENTION Chair: Murat Ozer, University of Cincinnati EXAMINING THE IMPACT OF USING UNDEFINED UNIT OF ANALYSIS IN RECENT CRIME PREVENTION STUDIES Murat Ozer, University of Cincinnati; Robin S. Engel, University of Cincinnati; Rustu Deryol, University of Cincinnati MULTI-LEVEL APPLICATION OF RTM MODEL Rustu Deryol, University of Cincinnati; Murat Ozer, University of Cincinnati

14 9:30 AM 10:45 AM EVENT #40 Room 309, 3 rd Fl. PANEL: EXPLORING THE UTILITY OF QUANTITATIVE METHODS AND EXPERIMENTAL CRIMINOLOGY Chair: Grant Drawve, University of Arkansas at Little Rock COMPARISON OF HOT SPOT TECHNIQUES Grant Drawve, University of Arkansas at Little Rock A DESPERATE P FOR ATTENTION Jeffrey W. Rosky, University of Central Florida; Daniel R. Bowman, University of Central Florida THE RAMIFICATIONS OF USING GROUP-OFFENSES AND/OR SOLO-OFFENSES IN PEER DELINQUENCY SCALES John Bowman, University of Wyoming; Chris Gibson, University of Florida THE INFLUENCE OF IMPRESSION MANAGEMENT ON FEAR OF CRIMES ACROSS GENDER Carrie Li, Michigan State University 9:30 AM 10:45 AM EVENT #41 Room 401, 4 th Fl. ROUNDTABLE: PLANNING AND PARTICIPATING IN THE NEW ACJS SECTION ON TEACHING, LEARNING, AND SCHOLARSHIP (TLS) Moderator: Martin A. Greenberg, New York State Association of Auxiliary Police Discussants: Daniela Peterka-Benton, State University of New York at Fredonia; Martha Hurley, The Citadel; Karen Miner-Romanoff, Franklin University; Franklyn Taylor, University of Maine; Colby Valentine, Dominican College; Penny R. Shtull, Norwich University; Edward W. Greenberg, University of Massachusetts, Lowell; James J. Ness, University of Phoenix; Rafael Rojas, Jr., Southern New Hampshire University; Jeffrey Rush, Troy University; Lawrence Rosenberg, Millersville University of Pennsylvania 9:30 AM 10:45 AM EVENT #42 Room 402, 4 th Fl. ROUNDTABLE: TEACHING CRIMINAL JUSTICE: WHAT WORKS, WHAT DOESN T WORK, WHAT CAN WE TRY NEXT? Moderator: Holly Dershem-Bruce, Dawson Community College Discussants: Timothy Davis, Madisonville Community College; Matt McCarthy, Northeast Community College; Chris Utecht, College of Lake County

15 9:30 AM 10:45 AM EVENT #43 Room 403, 4 th Fl. ROUNDTABLE: PURSUING DIVERSITY: STRATEGIES TO RECRUIT AND RETAIN MINORITY CRIMINAL JUSTICE STUDENTS Moderator: Michele Quiñones, University of Houston-Victoria Discussants: Judith Harris, University of Houston-Downtown; Martha L. Henderson Hurley, The Citadel; Ingrid D. McGuffog, The College at Brockport; Beth A. Sanders, Texas State University; Noelle C. Turner, The College at Brockport 9:30 AM 10:45 AM EVENT #44 Room 405, 4 th Fl. PANEL: SYSTEM RESTRAINTS: PERCEPTIONS FROM OFFENDERS AND WORKERS Chair: Gail Caputo, Rutgers University WE WEAR MANY HATS : HOW COMMUNITY-BASED AGENCIES BALANCE LIMITED BUDGETS WITH THE SERVICE NEEDS OF WOMEN PAROLEES Carlie Leroux-Demir, University of Waterloo AGENCY AND RESISTANCE AT A REENTRY CENTER FOR WOMEN Gail Caputo, Rutgers University THE EFFECT OF CALIFORNIA'S CRIMINAL JUSTICE REALIGNMENT ON THE WORK OF PAROLE AGENTS AND PROBATION OFFICERS Megan Welsh, John Jay College of Criminal Justice THROUGH A CONVICT S EYES: AN OVERLOOKED VIEW OF THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM LaVarr McBride, Penn State University; Eric Wicklund 9:30 AM 10:45 AM EVENT #45 Room 406, 4 th Fl. FEATURE PANEL: IMPROVING RISK, NEED, AND RESPONSIVITY PROFICIENCY: ADVANCEMENTS IN ASSESSMENT SPECIFICITY Chair: Tim Brennan, Northpointe Institute THE WASHINGTON STATE RISK-NEEDS SYSTEM: STRONG-R Zachary Hamilton, Washington State University; Lauren M. Block, Washington State University; Michael F. Campagna, Washington State University THE WASHINGTON STATE RISK-NEEDS SYSTEM FOR SEX OFFENDERS: STRONG-R-SO Zachary Hamilton, Washington State University; Ming-Li Hsieh, Washington State University; Andrea M. Walker, Washington State University THE WASHINGTON STATE RISK-NEEDS SYSTEM FOR PRISON INFRACTIONS: STRONG-R-PI Zachary Hamilton, Washington State University; Alex Kigerl, Washington State University EVIDENCE-BASED PROGRAMS PORTFOLIO DEVELOPMENT Jacqueline van Wormer, Washington State University; Zachary Hamilton, Washington State University; Christopher M. Campbell, Washington State University

16 9:30 AM 10:45 AM EVENT #46 Room 407, 4 th Fl. PANEL: CORRECTIONAL PERSONNEL: FACTORS IMPACTING THE DAILY GRIND Chair: Jill A. Gordon, Virginia Commonwealth University TURNOVER INTENT IN THE CORRECTIONAL SETTING: AN ANALYSIS OF ATTRITION RATES AMONGST A POPULATION OF CORRECTION OFFICIALS. Frank Valentino Ferdik, University of South Carolina; Hayden Smith, University of South Carolina; Brandon Applegate, University of South Carolina AN ANALYSIS OF CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS FEAR OF VICTIMIZATION: EXAMINING THE INFLUENCE OF VULNERABILITY AND INTEGRATION Jill A. Gordon, Virginia Commonwealth University; Thomas Baker, Virginia Commonwealth University ANTECEDENTS AND CONSEQUENCES OF JOB MORALE AMONG STAFF IN JUVENILE CORRECTIONS: A MULTI-LEVEL MODELING APPROACH. James B. Wells, Eastern Kentucky University; Eric G. Lambert, The University of Mississippi; Kevin I. Minor, Eastern Kentucky University; Peggy Keller, University of Kentucky; Jennifer L. Tilley, Eastern Kentucky University DIFFERENCES IN THE CORRELATES OF JOB STRESS AND JOB SATISFACTION BY RACE/ETHNICITY OF JAIL STAFF. Eric Lambert, The University of Mississippi; Eugene Paoline III, University of Central Florida; Nancy Hogan, Ferris State University; James Wells, Eastern Kentucky University; Kevin Minor, Eastern Kentucky University; Marie Griffin, Arizona State University; Bitna Kim, Indiana University of Pennsylvania; Kelly Cheeseman, Messiah College; Brett Garland, Missouri State University 9:30 AM 10:45 AM EVENT #47 Room 408, 4 th Fl. ROUNDTABLE: VIOLENCE ON COLLEGE CAMPUSES BEST PRACTICES Moderator: Henry DiMatteo, NMSU Dona Ana Community College Discussant: David Levine, NMSU Dona Ana Community College 9:30 AM 10:45 PM EVENT #48 Franklin 2, 4 th Fl. AUTHOR MEETS CRITICS: HANDBOOK OF TRANSNATIONAL CRIME AND JUSTICE Chair: Prabha Unnithan, Colorado State University Authors: Philip Reichel, University of Northern Colorado; Jay Albanese, Virginia Commonwealth University Critics: Jana Arosovska, John Jay College of Criminal Justice; Denise Kindschi Gosselin, Western New England University; Nick Jones, University of Regina

17 11:00 AM 12:15 PM EVENT #49 Room 301, 3 rd Fl. PANEL: FIRST RESPONDERS AND HOMELAND SECURITY Chair: Ronald D. Hunter, Georgia Gwinnett College THE INSIDE WORLD OF LAW ENFORCEMENT FIRST RESPONDERS IN SUICIDE BOMB RESCUE Brenda Geiger, Bar Ilan University; Michael Fischer, Norfolk State University CHANGES IN HOMELAND SECURITY ACTIVITIES SINCE 9/11 Thomas C. Johnson, Western Carolina University; Ronald D. Hunter, Georgia Gwinnett College THE STATE GAME WARDEN SERVICE: THE LOWDOWN ON LAW ENFORCEMENT OFF THE PAVEMENT John M. Marks, Jr., Southern Illinois University, Carbondale; Carl Williams, Sam Houston State University 11:00 AM 12:15 PM EVENT #50 Room 303, 3 rd Fl. PANEL: CONTEMPORARY POLICE RESPONSES TO CRIME Chair: DeWade Langley, University of Central Oklahoma DEVELOPING RESEARCH PRACTITIONER COLLABORATIONS: A CASE STUDY OF AUTO- BURGLARY IN STILLWATER, OKLAHOMA DeWade Langley, University of Central Oklahoma; Don Mizell, University of Central Oklahoma; Michael Jenkins, University of Central Oklahoma A META ANALYTIC EXAMINATION OF THE POLICE CRIME RELATIONSHIP Michael LeAnn Carriaga, University of Texas at Dallas; John L. Worrall, University of Texas at Dallas; Alex R. Piquero, University of Texas at Dallas COMMUNITY POLICING TO COUNTER VIOLENT EXTREMISM: THE CASE OF TURKEY Niyazi Ekici, Turkish National Police Academy; Sultan Ahmet Demirci, Istanbul Police Department POLICING IDENTITY THEFT: THE ROLE OF DETECTIVE VICTIM INTERACTIONS IN PERCEPTIONS OF CRIME AND JOB SATISFACTION Michael A. Johnson, University of Nebraska, Omaha 11:00 AM 12:15 PM EVENT #51 Room 304, 3 rd Fl. PANEL: PERSPECTIVES ON COLLEGE EDUCATION AND POLICE WORK Chair: AnnMarie Cordner, Kutztown University PREPARING FOR A CAREER IN LAW ENFORCEMENT: PERSPECTIVES OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE FACULTY AND STUDENTS AnnMarie Cordner, Kutztown University; Gary Cordner, Kutztown University

18 THE IMPACT OF INSTITUTION TYPE ON A STUDENT'S DESIRE TO PURSUE A CAREER IN LAW ENFORCEMENT Elizabeth Corzine Dretsch, Federal Bureau of Prisons and Troy University; Michael N. Dretsch, U.S. Army ON THE STREETS AND IN THE CLASSROOM: PRACTITIONER AND STUDENT PERCEPTIONS OF THE BENEFITS OF COLLEGE EDUCATION FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT Jennifer Rhiannon Scroggins, Montana State University, Billings; Robert M. Keeton, Lincoln Memorial University POLICE ACADEMY TRAINING AND HIGHER EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS FOR POLICE OFFICERS Brian Murphy, Goodwin College 11:00 AM 12:15 PM EVENT #52 Room 305, 3 rd Fl. ROUNDTABLE: LOCKING DOWN THE CITY OF BOSTON Moderator: Jim Ruiz, Penn State Harrisburg Discussants: Lorenzo Boyd, University of Massachusetts-Lowell; Hakan Can, Penn State Schuylkill; Anne Douds, Penn State Harrisburg 11:00 AM 12:15 PM EVENT #53 Room 306, 3 rd Fl. PANEL: CRIMINAL COURTS: INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE Chair: William Pruitt, Elmira College THE JAPANESE LAY-JUDGE SYSTEM: PUBLIC PERCEPTIONS AND ATTITUDES Naoki Kanaboshi, Grand Valley State University; William Crawley, Grand Valley State University CRIME AND PUNISHMENT IN RWANDA William Pruitt, Elmira College BETWEEN SECURITY COUNCIL TRIBUNALS AND THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT Harry M. Rhea, Florida International University CRIMINAL APPELLANTS CLAIMS AND APPELLATE COURTS ANSWERS: AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS OF CRIMINAL APPEALS IN CHINA Bin Liang, Oklahoma State University-Tulsa; Kai Kuang, Hunan University Law School 11:00 AM 12:15 PM EVENT #54 Room 307, 3 rd Fl. PANEL: PROSECUTORS AND DEFENSE ATTORNEYS IN THE PRETRIAL PROCESS Chair: L. Edward Day, Chapman University STRESS, BURNOUT AND SECONDARY TRAUMA AMONG INDIGENT DEFENSE ATTORNEYS Ruibin Lu, Washington State University; David Brody, Washington State University

19 RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN PROSECUTORS AND FAMILIES OF HOMICIDE VICTIMS L. Edward Day, Chapman University; Michelle L. Inderbitzin, Oregon State University PLEA BARGAINING IN ENGLAND AND WALES: A COMPARISON Daniele Alge, University of Huddersfield 11:00 AM 12:15 PM EVENT #55 Room 308, 3 rd Fl. PANEL: EXPLORING CRIME PREVENTION INITIATIVES ACROSS THE UNITED STATES Chair: Jeffrey Paul Rush, Troy University THE ROLE OF PRIVATE SECURITY IN AMERICA Victoria Egan, Western New England University A PRELIMINARY SPATIAL EXPLORATION OF CRIME DISTRIBUTION DURING MAJOR EVENTS IN HOUSTON, TEXAS Kingsley Ejiiogu, Houston-Tillotson University; Judith Anne Harris, University of Houston- Downtown; David Noel Baker, Texas Southern University THE ROLE OF FAITH IN CRIME PREVENTION Jeffery Paul Rush, Troy University; Sheri Jenkins Keenan, The University of Southern Indiana 11:00 AM 12:15 PM EVENT #56 Room 309, 3 rd Fl. ROUNDTABLE: PREPARING FOR THE 2015 UN CRIME CONGRESS Moderator: Janice Joseph, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey Discussants: Philip Reichel, University of Northern Colorado; Jay Albanese, Virginia Commonwealth University; Joanne Katz, Missouri Western State University; Denise Kindschi Gosselin, Western New England University 11:00 AM 12:15 PM EVENT #57 Room 310, 3 rd Fl. PANEL: FACTORS AFFECTING SEXUAL ABUSE INVESTIGATIONS Chair: Cassia Spohn, Arizona State University THE PREDICTORS AND CONSEQUENCES OF THE VICTIM S REFUSAL TO COOPERATE IN SEXUAL ASSAULT CASES Cassia Spohn, Arizona State University A MULTILEVEL STUDY OF RAPE Scott Walfield, University of Massachusetts-Lowell

20 EXAMINING THE BARRIERS TO COLD CASE INVESTIGATION AND PROCESSING IN WASHINGTON STATE Blake M. Randol, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee RAPE MYTH ADHERENCE AMONG CAMPUS LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS Molly Smith, Sam Houston State University; Nicole Wilkes, Sam Houston State University; Leana Bouffard, Sam Houston State University 11:00 AM 12:15 PM EVENT #58 Room 401, 4 th Fl. PANEL: INNOVATIVE TEACHING STRATEGIES Chair: Brian L. Withrow, Texas State University TRANSPORTING THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE FIELD TO THE CLASSROOM: UTILIZING NOVELS IN INTRODUCTORY CRIMINAL JUSTICE COURSES Sheryl Van Horne, Arcadia University THE EFFECTIVENESS OF STORYTELLING IN THE TEACHING OF RESEARCH METHODS Brian L. Withrow, Texas State University USING CASE HISTORIES TO TEACH AND ASSESS LEARNING ABOUT CONTROVERSIAL ISSUES IN CRIMINOLOGY Carolyn Ruth Hanes, Lebanon Valley College TEACHING DOMESTIC VIOLENCE WITH AN INNOVATIVE PEDAGOGICAL APPROACH Dan Tsataros, Indiana University Northwest 11:00 AM 12:15 PM EVENT #59 Room 402, 4 th Fl. ROUNDTABLE: CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT AND ADAPTATION IN TWO YEAR SCHOOLS Moderator: Patrick J. Faiella, Massasoit Community College Discussants: Frank A. Colaprete, Keuka College; Jack Gasper, Lehigh Carbon Community College; Richard Martin, Keuka College; David Orrick, Norwich University; Thomas Tremer, Keuka College 11:00 AM 12:15 PM EVENT #60 Room 403, 4 th Fl. PANEL: ASSESSMENT IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE: COURSES, PROGRAM, AND FACULTY Chair: Robert Brown, Fayetteville State University PRESERVING ACADEMIC FREEDOM IN PROGRAM ASSESSMENT Jennifer Elizabeth Capps, Metropolitan State University of Denver THE VALUE OF IMPLEMENTING CURRICULAR PLATFORMS IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE PROGRAM ASSESSMENT Frank A. Colaprete, Keuka College; Thomas Tremer, Keuka College; Richard Martin, Keuka College

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