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2 Las Vegas M tropolitan Police D partrn nt 400 Stewart Avenue Las Vegas, Nevada (702) Distinguished Members of the Criminal Justice Community: Welcome to Las Vegas and the 41st annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. While you are attending the fascinating panel discussions and roundtables to examine current issues and events that are facing law enforcement today, be assured that the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department applauds your efforts. It is men and women like you, facilitating the pursuit of knowledge and the exchange of ideas in our profession, who ensure the criminal justice discipline continues to grow and keep pace with the challenges we face today and in the future. As we all know, Las Vegas is one of the fastest growing cities in the country. That growth produces significant community challenges, particularly for law enforcement. The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department is committed to protecting the people, their property and rights, while providing the best public safety and services in partnership with our community. That commitment and dedication extends to the nearly 40 million visitors that Las Vegas plays host to each year. I'm committed to continually improving our Department. With the knowledge gained in exchanges such as your annual meeting and the commitment of the members of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, I will 1neet that goal. I thank you for your contribution to that improvement through your participation in the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences annual meeting. Enjoy your time in Las Vegas. Sincerely, BILL BY/dk Partners with the Community I

3 II ACJS EXECUTIVE BOARD I President Steven P. Lab Bowling Green State University Criminal Justice Program Bowling Green, Ohio st Vice President/ President Elect Jim Finckenauer Rutgers University School of Criminal Justice Newhouse Center for Law /Justice 123 Washington Street Newark, New Jersey Treasurer Mary K. Stohr Boise State University Department of Criminal Justice Administration 1910 University Drive Boise, ID Secretary Brandon Applegate University of Central Florida Department of Criminal Justice Post Office Box Orlando, FL Regional Trustees Region 1 -Northeast Roslyn Muraskin Long Island University CW Post Campus Department of Criminal Justice Brookville, New York Region 2 -Southern Ronald Hunter State University of West Georgia Dept. Sociology, Anth & Crim. Carrollton, Georgia znct Vice President Laura J. Moriarty Virginia Commonwealth Univ. College of Humanities & Sciences 826 West Franklin Street Blanton House Post Office Box Richmond, Virginia Immediate Past President Richard R. Bennett A1nerican University Department of Justice, Law and Society 4400 Massachusetts A venue, NW Washington, DC Trustees-At-Large Leanne Fiftal Alarid University of Missouri Kansas City Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice 5100 Rockhill Road, 208 Haag Hall Kansas City, Missouri Richard Holden Central Missouri State University Department of Criminal Justice Warrensburg, Missouri Joycelyn Pollock Southwest Texas State University Department of Criminal Justice HAC 120 San Marcos, TX Region 3 -Midwest Jody L. Sundt Indiana University Department of Criminal Justice Sycamore Hall 203 Bloomington, Indiana Region 4 -Southwest W. Wesley Johnson Sam Houston State University College of Criminal Justice Huntsville, Texas Region 5 -Western/Pacific Faith Lutze Washington State University Criminal Justice Program Post Office Box Pullman, Washington II ACJS PAST PRESIDENTS I Donald F. McCall Felix M. Fabian Athur F. Brandstatter Richard 0. Hankey Robert G. Culbertson Larry T. Hoover Gilbert Burns Dorothy Bracey Alida Merlo Todd Clear Mittie D. Southerland Richard R. Bennett Robert Sheehan Robert F. Borkenstein B. Earl Lewis Donald H. Riddle Gordon E. Misner Richard A. Myren William J. Mathias R. Paul McCauley Robert Regoli Thomas Barker Larry Gaines Edward Latessa Vincent Webb Ben Menk Felix M. Fabian Robert Bohm George T. Felkenes Gordon E. Misner Richard Ward Richter H. Moore, Jr Larry Bassi Harry More, Jr Francis Cullen Harry Allen Jay Albanese Donna Hale Gennaro Vito Gary Cordner

4 111 PRESIDENT ' S MESSAGE Greetings! Welcome to Las Vegas and the 41s t Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. I hope you are prepared for a stimulating meeting and an enjoyable time reconnecting with friends and colleagues from around the world. This year's theme, "Crime Prevention: One Goal, Multiple Approaches," pays homage to the hope we all have that our efforts, as academics and practitioners, lead to less crime and deviance in society. While the term "crime prevention" is rarely used in relation to many of our efforts, almost every one of us is engaged in studying the crime prevention efficacy of the criminal justice system and social policies, or we are actively involved in the delivery of programs or service's which we hope will lead to lower crime levels. The diversity of our efforts is evident in the panels, roundtables and workshops, which make up this year's program. A great deal of thanks has to go to Larry Travis and the program committee for all their hard work at putting together this excellent program. This year's meeting is possibly the largest in the history of the Academy, with over 370 panels/roundtables/workshops, consisting of more than 1200 individual presentations by over 2000 participants. I want to draw your attention to the various Feature Panels throughout the program. These panels were created by members of the program committee to highlight key topics and issues within their substantive areas. You should also note several panels organized by members of the National Institute of JusticB which address federal funding opportunities as well as recent projects sponsored by the federal government. I am grateful for their offer of assistance with the program. 1 am pleased to point out two special presentations being made on Thursday. I am very happy that Gloria Laycock, Director of the Jill Dando Institute of Crime Science in London accepted my invitation to join us this year and offer her insights on "Crime Prevention at Federal and State Level: How Are We Doing?" at 10:15 on Thursday morning. Following that presentation, John P. Walters, Director, White House Office of National Drug Control Policy, will address the national drug control policy and research needs and issues. I hope that you will show a warm welcome to both of these individuals. After a long day attending panels, I hope you join us for a reception on both Wednesday and Thursday evenings before you head out to enjoy the environs of Las Vegas. This is a city with something for everyone, from good food to extravagant stage productions to musical theater to games of chance to good shopping. Whatever you enjoy, you can find it here. I hope everyone has a safe and wonderful time this week.

5 111 MESSAGE FROM THE PROGRAM CHAIR Welcome to Las Vegas! The Program Committee for the 41s t Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences has done an outstanding job in developing what promises to be the largest meeting in the history of the Academy. The committee worked tirelessly in organizing nearly 400 panels, workshops, roundtables, and other sessions reflecting our theme of Crime Prevention: One Goal, Multiple Approaches. We tried to schedule sessions so that there would be topics of interest to participants at all time periods, and to minimize the number of times that presentations on similar topics occur at the same time. Of course, with the size of the program, it was not always possible to avoid conflicts. Still, I believe this program offers an excellent opportunity to participate in sessions and to share our research, experiences, and knowledge about crime, criminal justice, and crime prevention. Shelley Listwan, our local arrangements chair has developed a variety of useful information about Las Vegas and local travel. In addition, she and her institution, the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, have been very helpful to us as we work to present a successful and memorable meeting. It was a challenge serving with the Program Committee this year as we instituted the on-line submission process. It was an honor to serve the Academy, and I am proud of the work of my committee. Of course, I had it easy with the help and support of Steve Lab, who worked at least as hard on the program as did I, and the staff of the national office. Laura Monaco and Collene Gantner have both responded to the challenges of producing the annual meeting while keeping the Academy running smoothly in all its other domains. They have my gratitude and deserve the thanks of all program participants. This is Las Vegas. The 2004 Program Committee has developed a program that is intellectually stimulating and professionally rewarding. The City of Las Vegas is noted for its entertainment and social values. I suspect this combination will make the 2004 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences the best ever. Lli!wve ce F. Tvli!vLs" r r r 2004 ACJS Program Chair

6 PROGRAM COMMITTEE MEMBERS Ill LAWRENCE F. TRAVIS, Ill, CHAIR University of Cincinnati DELORES JONES BROWN, DEPUTY CHAIR John Jay College of Criminal Justice MAKI HABERFELD, DEPUTY CHAIR John Jay College of Criminal Justice Jay Albanese National Institute of Justice Marcus Felson Rutgers University Gordon Bazemore Florida Atlantic University Rosemary Gido Indiana University of Pennsylvania Bob Bohm University of Central Florida Martin Gil University of Leicester Michael Buerger Bowling Green State University John Goldkamp Crime and Justice Research Institute Henry Brownstein National Institute of Justice Jill Gordon Virginia Commonwealth University Brian Byers Ball State University Judy Hails California State University, Long Beach Tim Bynum Michigan State University Jim Hendricks Ball State University Steve Chermak Indiana University Alex Holsinger University of Missouri - Kansas City Ted Chiricos Florida State University Tim Hope Keele University Todd Clear John Jay College of Criminal Justice Scott Decker University of Missouri - St. Louis David Duffee University of Albany Graham Farrell University of Cincinnati Michael Israel Janice Joseph Richard Stockton College of New Jersey William King Bowling Green State University Robert Langworthy University of Alaska, Anchorage Lonn Lanza-Kaduce University of Florida

7 Richard Lawrence St. Cloud State University Cassia Spohn University of Nebraska at Omaha Shelley Johnson Listwan University of Nevada, Las Vegas Stan Stojkovic University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee Mahesh Nalla Michigan State University Jody Sundt Southern Illinois University at Carbondale Ken Novak University of Missouri- Kansas City Becky Tatum University of Houston - Clear Lake Barbara Owen California State University, Fresno Bob Taylor University of North Texas Alex Piquero University of Florida Steve Tibbets California State University Travis Pratt Washington State University Pam Tontodonato Kent State University George Rengert Temple University Gerry Vito University of Louisville Dennis Rosenbaum University of Illinois at Chicago Bill Wakefield University of Nebraska at Omaha Kip Schlegel Indiana University Harvey Wallace California State University, Fresno Martin Schwartz Ohio University Corey Watkins University of Central Florida Chris Sellers University of South Florida John Whitehead East Tennessee State University Robin Sheppard University of Cincinnati Deanna Wilkinson Temple University John Sloan University of Alabama- Birmingham Alissa Worden University of Albany Brent Smith University of Alabama at Birmingham Marvin Zalman Wayne State University Sam Souryal Sam Houston State University Richard Zevitz Marquette University

8 111 ALPHA PHI SIGMA II 2004 Annual Conference TUESDAY MARCH I :00 pm - 4:00pm- 4:00 pm 7:00pm ACJS Pre-Registration Only ACJS Registration 9:00am- 9:30am 9:00am- 5:00pm 9:00 am - 9:45 am 10:00 am- 11:15 am II :15 am- 12:30 pm 12:30 pm - I :00 pm 1:00pm- 2:10pm 2:30pm- 3:45pm 4:00pm- 5:15pm 7:00pm Coffee & Donuts WEDNESDAY MARCH 10' 1 1 Sponsored by Voice & Ink Enterprises, Inc. Forensic Consultants ACJS Registration A<N.: Registration Opening Ceremony Las Vegas Police Honor Guard ACJS President Steven P. Lab Sheriff Bill Young- Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Police Chief Mark Paresi- North Las Vegas Police Department Appearances coordinated by the Las Vegas Police Under Sheriff Ray Flynn Elizabeth Smart Case Chief Investigator Cory Lyman Lunch Break Crime Prevention Forum Sgt. Ed. Rinne, Soledad Garcia-Carillo, Jennie Hill, Nicole HuJ.:ins City ( f North Las Vegas Police Department Gaming Enforcement Forum Rachael Martines- The Nevada Gaming Control Board Jose Troscoso- Casino's Corporate Security Viet President College Bowl " Be a Participant or a Spectator" Welcome Mixer A<D Suite Capti 101 Capri 101 Capri 101 Capri 101 Capri 101 Capri 101 A<D Suite 8:00am- 9:30am 9:00 am - 9:30 am 9:00am- 12:00 pm I :00 pm - l : 30 pm I :00 pm- 5:00pm 2:00pm - 3:00pm 4:00pm- 5:30pm 7:45pm THURSDAY MARCH Chapter Advisors' Roundtables (sponsored bt Ken Jernigan & Associates) How to Accomplish Effective PR & Adequate Campus Publicity How to Conduct APS Ceremonies How Departments/Universities Evaluate the Professionalism of Advisors How to Promote Strong/Active Chapters (and Avoiding the Opposite) How to Recruit Active Members and Officers Coffee & Donuts Sponsored by Voice & Ink Enterprises, Inc. Forensic Consultants Federal Agency Internship & Career Workshop Cynthia Lent, Jacquelyn Kuhens, Judy Hatter Pro{essor John Campbell Crime Scene Investigation Preparation Coordinated by Sgt. John McLaughlin-Past APS Nat'/ President A<lli: ANNUAL CAREER FAIR Coordinated by Aif>I Council Member Sgt. John Petri Agencies Attending: FBI, IRS, A TF, Secret Service, DEA, U.S. Marshalls Service, U.S. Fish & Wildl {e Service, Immigration & Customs Enforcement, U.S. Customs & Border Protection, Pentawm Force Protection Agency, The Police Corps, U.S. InvestiJ.:ation Service, Las Vegas Metropolitan Police, National Park Service, Bureau o{ Prisons, Defense Security Service, North Las Vegas Police Department, Nova Southeastern University Alumni Meeting Criminal Justice Subject Scholarship Competition "Splash" Las Vegas Show at the Riviera Hotel (partially sponsored by ACJS & AI'S) Capri 101 A<D Suite Capri 101 Capri 101 Capri 101 Capri 101 A<D Suite 8:30am- 10:00 am 9:00am- 9:30am 10:00 am- 11:15 am 11:30 am- 1:00pm I :30 pm- 3:30pm FRIDAY MARCH 12'1 1 Chapter Advisors' Roundtables (sponsored bt Ken Jernigan Associates) How to Accomplish Effective PR & Adequate Campus Publicity How to Conduct APS Ceremonies How Departments/Universities Evaluate the Pn {essionalism ofadvisors How to Promote Strong/Active Chupters (and Avoiding the Opposite) How to Recruit Active Members and Officers Coffee & Donuts Sponsored by Voice & Ink Enterprises, Inc. Forensic Consultallts Immigration and Customs Enfor<:ement Garrison Courtney ACJS Luncheon (Included in ACJS Registration) A(J)I: Awards: Scholarships, Chapter Awards, Advisor Awards Ice Cream Social (sponsored bt Ken Jernigan Associates) Business Meeting. Door prizes will be awarded. Capri!OJ A<D Suite Capri 101 See ACJS Program Capri 101

9 II 2004 AWARD RECIPIENTS BRUCE SMITH, SR. AWARD II For outstanding contributions to criminal justice presented to Todd R. Clear John Jay College of Criminal Justice FOUNDER'S AWARD For outstanding contributions to criminal justice education and ACJS presented to Mittie Southerland Murray State University ACADEMY FELLOW AWARD For distinguished teaching and scholarly achievement presented to Alida V. Merlo Indiana University of Pennsylvania OUTSTANDING BOOK AWARD "Imagining Justice" John Crank Florida Atlantic University ANDERSON OUTSTANDING PAPER AWARD "Problem-Oriented Policing in Practice" Gary Cordner Eastern Kentucky University Elizabeth Perkins Biebel Halifax Community College ANDERSON OUTSTANDING STUDENT PAPER AWARD "Mandatory Minimum Firearm Penalties: A Source of Sentencing Disparity?" Jill Farrell University of Maryland MACNAMARA AWARD "Ethics Courses: Their Impact on the Values and Ethical Decisions of Criminal Justice Students" Vivian Lord University of North Carolina at Charlotte Beth Bjerregaard University of North Carolina at Charlotte

10 Riviera Convention Center Floor Plan.\ it-- A Grande Ballroom Kitchen B F 30'high 15'wide + c D G H <-To Casino Monaco Tower Meeting Rooms Guest Rooms 2nd Floor North Top of the Riv Ballroom 24th Floor

11 First floor of Royale Pavilion RAMP 2B'wide :Iding I Delivery tchen Second Floor of Royale Pavilion - L\-\..l r-r\1"y''r'\.li:>h/-,.'n" mid 2000) This area is open to below Storage Skyboxes I Meeting Rooms

12 111 =XHIBITORS Allyn & Bacon AltaMira Press Anderson Publishing I Lexis Nexis Association Book Exhibit Blackwell Publishing, Inc. Carolina Academic Press Caliber Associates Copperhouse Publishing Criminal Justice Press CSR, Inc. de Sitter Publications Eastern Kentucky University Jones & Bartlett Publishers Looseleaf Law Publications, Inc. McGraw-Hill Higher Education National Archive of Criminal Justice Data Oxford University Press Prairie View A & M University Prentice Hall Productivity Center, Inc. Roxbury Publishing Company Sage Publications Sam Houston State University Taylor & Francis University of Houston at Downtown Wadsworth I Thomson Waveland Press Willan Publishing 111 JOIN1 BOOK EXHIBITS American Jail Association Oxford University Press University of Chicago Press William B. Eerdman's Publishing Company

13 COMMUNITY COLLEGE SECTION PANELS OF INTEREST WEDNESDAY. March Capture Their Hearts and Their Minds and Hearts Will Follow: Innovation Pedagogical Tech. for Teaching Criminal Justice Hot Topics in Teaching: Forensics, Computer Crime and Security Resolution Solutions: A Comparative View of Managerial Styles Currently Utilized in Law Enforcement 8:30-10:00 8:30-10:00 12:00-1:30 Royale Pavilion 203 Royale Pavilion 212 Royale Pavilion 209 THURSDAY. March Organized Crime in lnternation Context Public Perception of College Students and Binge Drinking Results, Consequences, and Prevention of College Binge Drinking Militarization of the American Police: How Far Will It Go? Criminal Justice Curriculum Development Online Courses and Online Degrees 8:30-10:00 8:30-10:00 10:15-11:45 10:15-11:45 12:00-1:30 1:45-3:15 Capri 110 Royale Pavilion 203 Royale Pavilion 203 Royale Pavilion 209 Royale Pavilion 208 Royale Pavilion 202 FRIDAY, March Community Policing Developments 8:00-9:30 Royale Pavilion 204 COMMUNITY COLLEGE SECTION MEETINGS Executive Board Meeting Wednesday, March h 8:30-10:00 Monaco Tower Room 15 General Business Meeting Thursday, March 11 t h 3:30-5:00 Royale Pavilion 202

14 CORRF:CTIONS SECTION PANELS Of., INTEREST WEDNESDAY. March The Juvenile Offender in Adult Correctional Settings Qualitative Studies of Incarceration and Community Life Corrections Officers and Stress Media Images and Justice Policy The Changing Nature of Jails New Process and Production: Impacts on Images of Crime Critical Approaches to Youth Crimes Jail Policies, Populations, and Standards Restorative Practice Adaptations in Diverse Contexts Corrections Potpourri General Strain Theory Ethnicity/Race and Criminal Justice System Employment I Parolees Services Jail Administration and Leadership: Key Concerns Prisons: Myth and Policy Special Topics of Jails 8:30-10:00 8:30-10:00 8:30-10:00 8:30-10:00 10:15-11:45 10:15-11 :45 10:15-11 :45 12:00-1:30 12:00-1:30 12:00-1:30 12:00-1:30 12:00-1:30 1:45-3:15 1:45-3:15 3:30-5:00 3:30-5:00 Capri 107 Capri 109 Capri 110 Capri 113 Capri 109 Capri 113 Royale Pavilion 208 Capri 109 Capri 114 Capri 116 Royale Pavilion 201 Royale Pavilion 206 Capri 107 Capri 109 Capri 106 Capri 109 THURSDAY. March 11,2004 The Law and Politics of Offender Treatment Treating Special Offender Populations: Staff Perceptions, Treatment Modalities, and Future Dimctions Prison Unions: Bane or Boon? Parolee Supervision Female Offenders Prison Research Collaborative Findings on Parents, Children And Delinquent Teens Yesterday and Today: Honoring the Pennsylvania Prison Society Re-Entry for Special Groups Reshaping Correctional Education: Looking Back, Looking Ahead Prison Programming, Policy and Planning Evaluation Research: Police and Corrections Juvenile Confinement 8:30-10:00 8:30-10:00 8:30-10:00 10:15-11 :45 1 0:15-11 :45 10:15-11:45 12:00-1:30 12:00-1:30 1:45-3:15 1:45-3:15 1:45-3:15 3:30-5:00 Capri 107 Capri 109 Royale Pavilion 205 Capri 107 Capri 109 Royale Pavilion 206 Capri 107 Capri 109 Capri 107 Capri 109 Royale Pavilion 207 Capri 107 FRIDAY. March Technological Tools and the Criminal Justice System: What's New What's Working, and How Do We Know It's Working Issues and Innovations in Community Supervision Understanding and Managing Special Populatiions in Jails Sex Offenders Management and Treatment Innovations in Supervising the Juvenile Offender Prison Privatization The Crime and Deviance of Incarcerated Offenders Programs and Issues in Probation Supervision Re-Entry and Community The Future of Capital Punishment in the United States Women in Criminal Justice 8:00-9:30 8:00-9:30 8:00-9:30 8:00-9:30 1:45-3:15 1:45-3:15 1:45-3:15 3:30-5:00 3:30-5:00 3:30-5:00 3:30-5:00 Capri 105 Capri 107 Capri 109 Capri 116 Capri 107 Capri 109 Capri 115 Capri 107 Capri 109 Royale Pavilion 202 Royale Pavilion 208 SATURDAY. March 13,2004 Juvenile Detention and Corrections Incarceration Trends and Analysis Assessing Criminal Justice Effectiveness Assessing the Contribution of Drug Courts Inmate Issues Death Penalty Topics Potpourri II: Issues in Criminal Justice Treatment in Institutional Settings Corrections Officers: On the Job Attitudes and Beliefs on the Death Penalty 8:30-10:00 8:30-10:00 8:30-10:00 8:30-10:00 8:30-10:00 8:30-10:00 8:30-10:00 10:15-11:45 10:15-11:45 10:15-11:45 Capri 108 Capri 109 Capri 112 Capri 113 Capri 116 Royale Pavilion 204 Royale Pavilion 208 Capri 107 Capri 109 Royale Pavilion 204

15 INTERNATIONAL SECTION PANELS OF INTEREST WEDNESDAY, March Organized Crime, Terrorism, and Vices Strategies for Internationalizing the Criminal Justice Program Issues in International Criminal Justice: What Our Students Should Know Organized Crime, Terrorism, and Money Laundering Comparative and International Juvenile Justice Systems The USA Patriot Act: Law and Politics International Crime Prevention Efforts Developing Strategies to Link U.S. and Non-U.S. Researchers Dimensions of International Terrorism 10:15-11:45 10:15-11:45 10:15-11:45 12:00-1:30 12:00-1:30 1:45-3:15 3:30-5:00 3:30-5:00 3:30-5:00 Capri 110 Royale Pavilion 203 Royale Pavilion 212 Capri 110 Royale Pavilion 202 Capri 106 Capri 105 Capri 110 Royale Pavilion 205 THURSDAY. March 11,2004 Organized Crime in lnternation Context Terrorism: Understanding Current Trends and Policy Implications for Law Enforcement Casual Issues and Terrorism International Police Management Issues 8:30-10:00 10:15-11 :45 10:15-11:45 12:00-1:30 Capri 110 Capri 112 Royale Pavilion 210 Capri 104 FRIDAY. March Community Policing Developments Transnational and Global Crime Policing Terrorism and Organized Crime Police Training Education: An International Perspective Perceptions of Terrorism Comparative International Research Special Issues in Terrorism Empircal Assessments of Terrorism 8:00-9:30 9:45-11:15 1:45-3:15 1:45-3:15 3:30-5:00 3:30-5:00 3:30-5:00 3:30-5:00 Royale Pavilion 208 Capri 110 Capri 105 Capri 113 Capri 106 Capri 110 Royale Pavilion 206 Royale Pavilion 210 SATURDAY. March 13, 2004 Police-Community Partnering: Comparative Views Transnational and International Justice Research Comparative and International Topics Terrorism, Policing, and Homeland Security Terrorism and Islamic Extremism Terrorism and the Patriot Act 8:30-10:00 8:30-10:00 8:30-10:00 8:30-10:00 10:15-11:45 10:15-11:45 Capri 103 Capri 110 Royale Pavilion 209 Royale Pavilion 210 Royale Pavilion 207 Royale Pavilion 210

16 JUVENILE JUSTICE SECTION PANELS OF INTEREST WEDNESDAY. March The Juvenile Offender in Adult Correctional Settings Safe Kids, Safe Schools: Evaluating Strategies in Schools Responses to Child Victims Delinquency, Juvenile Justice and Minority Youth School Crime Prevention Programs Race and Juvenile Justice Critical Approaches to Youth Crime Fifth Annual Practitioners Meet Academic: Juvenile Justice in Vegas Alcohol and Drug Use Among Young People Examining School Violence Comparative and International Juvenile Justice Systems Schools and Preventing Delinquency Juvenile Initiatives for the Prevention and Intervention of Delinquency Exploring Juvenile lssues:neglect, Abuse, Status Offenses, & Patterns Disproportionate Confinement of the Minority Juvenile Offender Programs and Policies for School Crime Prevention 8:30-10:00 8:30-10:00 8:30-10:00 8:30-10:00 10:15-11:45 10:15-11:45 10:15-11:45 10:15-11:45 10:15-11:45 12:00-1:30 12:00-1:30 1:45-3:15 1:45-3:15 1:45-3:15 3:30-5:00 3:30-5:00 Capri 107 Capri 108 Capri 114 Royale Pavilion 206 Capri 108 Royale Pavilion 206 Royale Pavilion 208 Royale Pavilion 209 Royale Pavilion 210 Capri 108 Royale Pavilion 202 Capri 108 Capri 111 Royale Pavilion 201 Capri 107 Capri 108 THURSDAY. March 11,2004 Lawyers and Legal Issues for Juveniles The Impact of Race, Gender and Religion of Delinquency Prison Research Collaborative Findings on Parents, Children Sexual Abuse by Catholic Clergy Gender Issues in Juvenile Justice Factors Contributing to Delinquency Juvenile Confinement 8:30-10:00 8:30-10:00 10:15-11:45 1:45-3:15 1:45-3:15 1:45-3:15 3:30-5:00 Capri 108 Capri 111 Royale Pavilion 206 Capri 102 Capri 108 Capri 111 Capri 107 FRIDAY, March Juvenile Court and Jurisdiction Issues Child Abuse Girls, Delinquency and (ln)justice Innovations in Supervising the Juvenile Offender Applying Adult Models to Juveniles 8:00-9:30 8:00-9:30 1:45-3:15 1:45-3:15 1:45-3:15 Capri 108 Capri 114 Capri 106 Capri 107 Capri 108

17 POLICE SECTION PANELS OF INTEREST POLICE SECTION SPONSORED PANELS A Closer Look at the History of Policing in the U.S. Panel 26 Policing a Major Tourist City Panel 52 What Exactly is the Status of Women in Policing Panel 78 WEDNESDAY. March Law Enforcement Management Issues The Police and the Community in an Era of Homeland Security Violent Police-Citizen Encounters Police Officers Stress, Female Officers and Future Issues in Policing Contemporary Issues in Police Practice Issues in Police Culture, Ethics and Stress Police Executives, and Police Organizational Dysfunction Police Officer Workloads and Crime Prevention in Different Environmental Contexts Issues in Racial Profiling Communicating with the External Environment: Explaining Police Traffic and Pedestrian Stops Criminal Investigations 8:30-10:00 8:30-10:00 8:30-10:00 10:15-11:45 10:15-11:45 10:15-11:45 12:00-1:30 12:00-1:30 12:00-1:30 1:45-3:15 3:30-5:00 3:30-5:00 Capri 104 Capri 106 Royale Pavilion 211 Capri 103 Capri 104 Capri 107 Capri 103 Capri 104 Capri 107 Capri 105 Capri 103 Capri 104 THURSDAY. March Police Organizations: Theory and Staffing Investigations 8: :00 Understanding Police Misconduct and the Mechanisms Designed To Control Such Activity 8:30-10:00 Exploring the Role of the Police 8:30-1 0:00 Suicide by Cop 1 0: :45 Law Enforcement Management Issues 1 0:15-11 :45 Internal Police Management Issues 12:00-1 :30 Police, Community, and Information Technology 12:00-1:30 Political Issues in Policing 12:00-1 :30 Dimensions in Police Use of Force 1 :45-3:15 Use of Force and Police Accountability 1 :45-3:15 Accountability in Police Agencies Searching for New Dimensions 1 :45-3:15 Developing the Police 1 :45-3:15 Policing Domestic Violence 3:30-5:00 Police-Community Partnering and Community Perceptions of the Police 3:30-5:00 Domestic Violence and Law Enforcement Interventions 3:30-5:00 Assessing Police Effectiveness 3:30-5:00 Police and College Issues 3:30-5:00 Capri 103 Capri 112 Royale Pavilion 208 Capri 104 Capri 108 Capri 104 Capri 105 Royale Pavilion 201 Capri 103 Capri 112 Royale Pavilion 201 Royale Pavilion 209 Capri 103 Capri 104 Capri 108 Capri 112 Capri 113 FRIDAY. March 12, 2004 Training for Police Community Partnering Safety Issues in Law Enforcement Evaluating Police Strategies Research on Police Training Community Policing Developments Sheriffs' Departments Perceptions of Policing Issues in Law Enforcement Training Police Officer Attitudes Evaluations of Police-Community Partnering Police Performance and Management Police Training and Education: An Internal Perspective Police Effectiveness 8:00-9:30 8:00-9:30 8:00-9:30 8:00-9:30 8:00-9:30 9:45-11:15 9:45-11:15 9:45-11:15 9:45-11:15 1:45-3:15 1:45-3:15 1:45-3:15 3:30-5:00 Capri 103 Capri 104 Capri 112 Capri 113 Royale Pavilion 208 Capri 104 Capri 112 Capri 113 Royale Pavilion 207 Capri 103 Capri 112 Capri 113 Capri 112 SATURDAY. March 13, 2004 Police-Community Partnering: Comparative Views Police Ethics and Standards Police Organizational Structure Ethical Issues Confronting the Police 8:30-10:00 8:30-10:00 1 0:15-11:45 10:15-11: 45 Capri 103 Royale Pavilion 206 Capri 110 Royale Pavilion 206

18 II PROGRAM-AT-A-GLANCE TUESDAY, MARCH 9i :00a.m. -7:00p.m. 12:00p.m.- 6:00p.m. Executive Board "tv1eeting (Royale Skybox 206) ACJS Annual Meeting Registration WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10!2004 8:00a.m. -5:00p.m. 8:30a.m.-10:00a.m. 8:30a.m. -10:00a.m. 8:30a.m. -10:00a.m. 8:30a.m. -10:00a.m. 8:30a.m. -lo:ooa.m. 9:00a.m. -5:00p.m. 9:00a.m. - 5:00p.m. 10:15a.m. -11:45a.m. 10:15a.m. -11:45a.m. 10:15a.m.- 11:45a.m. 10:15a.m.-11:45a.m. 10:15a.m. -11:45a.m. 12:00 p.m.- 1:30 p.m. 12:00 p.m. -1:30 p.m. 12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. 12:00 p.m.-1:30 p.m. 12:00 p.m.-1:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. 5:15 p.m.- 7:00 p.m. ACJS Annual Meeting Registration Security and Crime Prevention Section Executive Board Meeting (Monaco Tower 13) Police Section Executive Board Meeting (Monaco Tower 14) Community College Executive Board Meeting (Monaco Tower 15) Information and Public Policy Executive Board Meeting (Monaco Tower 16) Critical Criminology Section Executive Board Meeting (Monaco Tower 17) Exhibits (Grande Ballroom A-D) Employment Exchange (Grande Ballroom A-D) SWACJ Executive Board Meeting (Monaco Tower 13) Western I Pacific Executive Board Meeting (Monaco Tower 14) MCJA Executive Board Meeting (Monaco Tower 15) NEACJS Executive Board Meeting (Monaco Tower 16) SACJE Executive Board Meeting (Monaco Tower 17) International Section Executive Board Meeting (Monaco Tower 13) Minorities and Women Section Executive Board Meeting (Monaco Tower 14) Juvenile Justice Section Executive Board Meeting (Monaco Tower 15) Ethnicity and Crinrrinal Justice Meeting (Monaco Tower 16) Corrections Section Executive Board Meeting (Monaco Tower 17) Caribbean Section Meeting (Royale Pavilion 201) Information and Public Policy Section Meeting (Royale Pavilion 202) Critical Criminology Section Meeting (Royale Pavilion 203) ACJU Jesuits Meeting (Royale Pavilion 204) Police Section Meeting (Royale Pavilion 206) Past President's Reception (Grande Ballroom E & F) THURSDAY, MARCH 11, :00a.m. -5:00p.m. 8:30a.m. - 10:00a.m. 8:30a.m. - 9:30a.m. 9:00a.m. -5:00p.m. 9:00a.m. -5:00p.m. 10:15 a.m. - 11:45 a.m. 12:00 p.m. -1:30 p.m. 12:00 p.m. -1:30 p.m. 12:00 p.m. -1:30 p.m. 1:45 p.m.-3:15 p.m. ACJS Annual Meeting Registration Journal of Ethnicit:y Meeting (Capri 102) Juvenile Justice Section Breakfast (Capri 116) Exhibits (Grande Ballroom A- D) Employment Exchange (Grande Ballroom A-D) PRESIDENTIAL SPEAKER - Gloria Laycock, University College London Crime Prevention at Federal and State Level: How Are We Doing? FEATURE SPEAKER-John P. Walters, Director White House Office of National Drug Control Policy National Drug Control Policy and Research Program Committee Meeting (Royale Pavilion 210) International Section Luncheon (Royale Pavilion 211) Program Committee Meeting with Sections (Royale Pavilion 210)

19 3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. -5:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. -5:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. -5:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. -5:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. -5:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. -5:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. 5:15 p.m.-7:00 p.m. Security and Crime Prevention Section General Business Meeting (Royale Pavilion 201) Community College Section General Business Meeting (Royale Pavilion 202) International Section General Business Meeting (Royale Pavilion 203) Juvenile Justice Section General Business Meeting (Royale Pavilion 204) Western I Pacific General Business Meeting (Royale Pavilion 205) Minorities and Women Section General Business Meeting (Royale Pavilion 206) MCJA General Business Meeting (Royale Pavilion 207) SACJE General Business Meeting (Royale Pavilion 208) SW ACJ General Business Meeting (Royale Pavilion 209) ACJS President Meeting with Committees (Royale Pavilion 210) Corrections Section General Business Meeting (Royale Pavilion 211) NEACJS General Business Meeting (Royale Pavilion 212) Presidential Reception (Grande Ballroom E & F) FRIDAY, MARCH 12,2004 8:00a.m. - 5:00p.m. 8:00a.m. - 9:00 a.m. 8:00a.m. - 9:00 a.m. 9:00a.m. - 2:00p.m. 9:00a.m. - 2:00p.m. 11:30 a.m. -1:30 p.m. 1:45 p.m.-6:00 p.m. ACJS Annual Meeting Registration Justice Quarterly Editors Breakfast (Royale Pavilion 201) Journal of Criminal Justice Education Editors Breakfast (Royale Pavilion 202) Exhibits (Grande Ballroom A- D) Employment Exchange (Grande Ballroom A-D) Awards Luncheon (Grande Ballroom E-H) ACJS Executive Board Meeting (Royale Pavilion 201) SATURDAY, MARCH 13,2004 8:00a.m. -lo:oop.m. ACJS Annual Meeting Registration

20 Wednesday, March 1 0, :30-1 0:00 Capri 104 PANEL 1: LAW ENFORCEMENT MANAGEMENT ISSUES CHAIR: Ivory Toldson Recruiting Selecting and Retaining Female Law Enforcement Officers: The Female Perspective Stephanie P. Manzi, Roger Williams University; Stephanie P. Manzi, Roger Williams University; Miriam Sealock, Towson University Assessing "Faking Good" and Other Impression Management Attempts Among Law Enforcement Candidates Ivory Toldson, Southern University; Cary Rostow, Matrix Corporation; Robert Davis, Matrix Corporation Organizational and Leadership Development in Police Reserve Units Ross Wolf, University of Central Florida Wednesday, March 10, :30-1 0:00 Capri 105 PANEL 2: COMMUNITY CRIME PREVENTION: COMPREHENSIVE APPROACHES CHAIR: Barry Weisberg Youth Opportunities United: A Successful Applicaition of Comprehensive Planing to Prevent Juvenile Delinquency Philip W. Rhoades, Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi; Kristina M. Zambrano, Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi Breaking the Generational Cycle of Violence in Families Schools and Communities Barry Weisberg, Violence Prevention Peace Promotion Strategy (VPPPS) Wednesday, March 10, :30-1 0:00 Capri 106 PANEL 3: THE POLICE AND THE COMMUNITY IN AN ERA OF HOMELAND SECURITY CHAIR: Willard Oliver Border Vigilantism in the American Southwest Jennifer Bryant, State University of New York at Albany Shades of Blue: Analyzing Public Support for the Police Sanja Kutnjak lvkovich, Florida State University Homeland Security Through Community Policing: Conceptual Integrity or Fiscal Piracy? Willard M. Oliver, Sam Houston State University; Daniel Stewart, Sam Houston State University Policy's Impact on Citizen Perceptions: Community Policing in Twelve U.S. Cities Matthew Thomas, California State University Chico; Peter F. Burns, Loyola University New Orleans 1

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