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Conference Presentations

 

Below are images and article descriptions from selected presentations:

Faith Lutze smiles.
Dr. Faith Lutze, president of the Academy of Criminal Justice Society 2018-19, at the ACJS conference in Baltimore, MD.
Faith's ACJS cup and conference ribbons.
(Photo credit: ACJS).
ACJS President Dr. Faith Lutze, giving her presidential address at the ACJS meeting.
ACJS President Dr. Faith Lutze, giving her presidential address at the ACJS meeting. (Photo credit: ACJS).
ACJS Program Chair Dr. David Makin at 2019 ACJS conference.
ACJS Program Chair Dr. David Makin at 2019 ACJS conference. (Photo credit: ACJS).
Dr. Makin's ACJS award for his contributions as Program Chair.
(Photo credit: ACJS).
Dr. David Makin, ACJS program chair, introducing the ACJS President Dr. Faith Lutze. Photo credit to ACJS.
Dr. David Makin, ACJS program chair, introducing the ACJS President Dr. Faith Lutze. (Photo credit to ACJS).
Students Jordan Sykes, Izzy Luengas, Mantz Wyrick, Griffin Patrick, Jessica Pletsch, Kaylee Philips, and Kaitlyn Van Vleet at ACJS.
Students Jordan Sykes, Izzy Luengas, Mantz Wyrick, Griffin Patrick, Jessica Pletsch, Kaylee Philips, and Kaitlyn Van Vleet at ACJS.
Mantz Wyrick presenting at ACJS.
Mantz Wyrick presenting at ACJS.
Griffin Patrick presenting at ACJS.
Griffin Patrick presenting at ACJS.
Jessica Pletsch presenting at ACJS.
Jessica Pletsch presenting at ACJS,
Jordan Sykes presenting at ACJS.
Jordan Sykes presenting at ACJS.
Isobel (Izzy) Luengas presenting at ACJS.
Isobel (Izzy) Luengas presenting at ACJS.
Kaylee Phillips presenting at ACJS.
Kaylee Phillips presenting at ACJS.
Baltimore Police tour.
Baltimore Police tour. (Photo credit: ACJS).
Alumni Drs. Amber Morczek and Wendy Koslicki (bottom left) at the Baltimore Police tour. Photo credit to ACJS.
Alumni Drs. Amber Morczek and Wendy Koslicki (bottom left) at the Baltimore Police tour. (Photo credit: ACJS).
Alumni Drs. Amber Morczek and Wendy Koslicki (bottom right) at the Baltimore Police tour.
Alumni Drs. Amber Morczek and Wendy Koslicki (bottom right) at the Baltimore Police tour. (Photo credit: ACJS).
Ph.D. student, Lamonica Harrison, presenting her poster on "Community Corrections: Seriousl Supervising The Serious Mentally Ill", at ACJS.
Ph.D. Student, Lamonica Harrison, presenting her poster on “Community Corrections: Seriously Supervising The Serious Mentally Ill”, at ACJS. (Photo credit: ACJS).

Titles of presentations from the 56th Annual Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS) Meeting in Baltimore, MD:

  • Paper presentation: Fatal Outcomes of Militarization: Re-Examining the Relationship Between the 1033 Program and Police Use of Deadly Force
    **Dr. Wendy Koslicki, Rachael Brooks, and Dr. Dale Willits
  • Complete panel: The Old Ball Gag and Chain: BDSM, Gender, Mental Health and the Law
    **Brianne Posey
  • Paper presentation: Resisting Arrest: The Discretionary Use of Force by the Police
    **Dr. Otwin (Otto) Marenin
  • Paper presentation: The Effect of Probation or Parole on an Offender’s Likelihood to Abscond
    **Kylee Runyan and Dr. Dale Willits
  • Paper presentation: Peer Community Building at Lambert House: LGBTQ+ Community Youth Center
    **Krystal Roig-Palmer
  • Paper presentation: Police Operational Strategies: Training Police to Deal with Dangerous Situations
    **Chair: Dr. Otwin (Otto) Marenin
  • Paper presentation: #Black Lives Matter? Analyzing the Effects of Police-Caused Black Deaths on Media Coverage and Public Interest in the Movement
    **Dr. Dale Willits and Francesca Bordonaro
  • Paper presentation: Technology and Information Sharing
    **Chair: Nicholas Pimley
  • Paper presentation: Social Media and the Police: A Study of Organizational Characteristics Associated with the Use of Social Media
    **Drs. Xiaochen Hu, Nicholas Lovrich, and Mengyan Dai
  • Paper presentation: Time Saver or Time Sapper? An Examination of BWC Impact on Case Disposition Timelines
    **Nicholas Pimley and Dr. David Makin
  • Complete panel: Juvenile Right to Counsel in 2019: A Comparison of State Legal Codes
    **Dr. Ruibin Lu, Dr. Douglas Routh, Christopher Bogert, Dr. Craig Hemmens, and Dr. Mary Stohr
  • Complete panel: Victim Impact Statements and Court Documents to Study Violent and Sexual Crimes
    **Chair: Dr. Amelie Pedneault
  • Complete panel: High School Teachers who Sexually Abuse Students: A Comparison of Males and Females
    **Samantha Tjaden
  • Complete panel: Victim Impact Statements in the International Criminal Court
    **Cortney Dalton
  • Complete panel: A Discourse Analysis of the Brock Turner Case Documents
    **Dr. Amelie Pedneault
  • Complete panel: Victim Impact Statements and Other Court Documents as Data Sources
    **Dr. Amelie Pedneault, Cortney Dalton, and Samantha Tjaden
  • Keynote address: Chief Carmen Best, Seattle Police Department
    **Presenter: Dr. Faith Lutze
  • Keynote address: Keynote Discussion with Chief Carmen Best
    **Presenter: Dr. David Makin
  • Complete panel: A Review of the 2017 U.S. Supreme Court Term’s Criminal Justice-Related Decisions
    **Chair: Dr. Craig Hemmens
  • Complete panel: Deconstructing Police-Community Interactions: Applications of Systematic Social Event Modeling Using Body-Worn Camera Footage
    **Chair: Dr. David Makin
  • Complete panel: Conflict Avoidance: Situational Analysis of Police De-Escalation Tactics
    **Dr. Dale Willits, Dr. David Makin, and Rachael Brooks
  • Complete panel: Hot Neighborhoods? Situational Analysis of Emotionally Intense Police-Community Interactions
    **Dr. David Makin, Dr. Dale Willits, and Rachael Brooks
  • Complete panel: Describing What Happened: Understanding the Average Police-Citizen Encounter
    **Rachael Brooks, Dr. Dale Willits, and Dr. David Makin
  • Complete panel: Gender Differences in Time to Activation and Level of Aggression: An Analysis of Police Cadets’ Defensive Tactics Fight Drills
    **Brandi Long and Dr. David Makin
  • Complete panel: The Effects Of Marijuana Legalization In Washington State On Law Enforcement And Crime
    **Chair: Dr. Mary Stohr
  • Complete panel: The Calls for Service Shift As Legalization Occurs 
    **Dr. David Makin, Dr. Dale Willits, Mikala Meize, Dylan Pelletier, Duane Stanton, Dr. Craig Hemmens, John Snyder, Dr. Nicholas Lovrich, and Dr. Mary Stohr
  • Complete panel: The Legalization of Marijuana and Resultant Marijuana-Related Arrest Rates Disaggregated by Race, Gender, and Age
    **Mikala Meize, Dr. Dale Willits, Dr. Mary Stohr, Dr. David Makin, Dr. Nicholas Lovrich, Dylan Pelletier, John Snyder, Duane Stanton, and Dr. Craig Hemmens
  • Complete panel: The Challenges of Legalization from the Police Perspective
    **Duane Stanton, Dr. Mary Stohr, Dr. Nicholas Lovrich, Dr. Dale Willits, Dr. David Makin, Mikala Meize, Dylan Pelletier, Dr. Craig Hemmens, and John Snyder
  • Complete panel: Effects of Marijuana Legalization on University Students in Washington State
    **Duane Stanton
  • Paper presentation: Cyber-Crime Session 1
    **Chair: Samantha Tjaden
  • Paper presentation: Craigslist, Backpage, and Female Homicide?
    **Samantha Tjaden and Dr. David Makin
  • Complete panel: Levels of Hate: Understanding Contemporary Issues with Hate Crime and Terrorism Legislation
    **Dr. Wesley McCann and Nicholas Pimley
  • Complete panel: Learning from the Legalization of Recreational Marijuana: A Preliminary Assessment of Washington State’s Experience
    **Drs. NIcholas Lovrich, Ugljesa Zvekic, and Sikang Song
  • Keynote address: Chris Wilson
    **Presenter: Dr. Faith Lutze
  • Keynote address: Keynote Discussion with Chris Wilson
    **Presenter: Dr. David Makin
  • Paper presentation: Digital Media Piracy and Legal Alternatives: A Global Perspective
    **Oliver Bowers and Dr. David Makin
  • Paper presentation: Religiosity and Offender Misconduct in Prison: South Korean inmates
    **Sohee Kim and Youngki Woo
  • Research and Pictorial Showcase: Seriously Supervising the Serious Mentally III
    **Lamonica Harrison
  • Complete panel: The Role of Social Support and Environment in Inmate Prison Work
    **Courtney Bagdon, Dr. Faith Lutze, Dr. Xiaohan Mei, and Angelo Brown
  • Roundtable: Law Enforcement Perceptions of Marijuana Legalization in Washington 
    **Moderator= Jordan Sykes & Discussants= Isobel Luengas, Jessica Pletsch, Kaitlyn Van Vleet, Mantz Wyrick, Patrick Griffin, and Kaylee Philips
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