Justice faculty will be presenting on several topics at the 2010 American Society of Criminology conference in San Francisco November 17-20.
Dr. Marny Rivera, Justice faculty, is presenting a poster session describing the "Alaska Victimization Survey: From Research to Policy and Practice" on November 18.
Dr. Rivera is also participating in a thematic panel session on November 17 and presenting her paper on "Promoting Reunification through Family Focused Collaborative Treatment Services and System Change" related to the Permanency Project offered in southern Oregon.
Dr. Troy Payne, Justice faculty, will discuss his paper, "Does Changing Ownership Change Crime? An Analysis of Apartment Ownership and Crime in Cincinnati"on November 19. He will present a poster session, "Section 8 Housing and Crime: Screwed or Skewed?" with his co-authors from the University of Cincinnati School of Criminal Justice on November 18.
The American Society of Criminology is an international organization whose members pursue scholarly, scientific, and professional knowledge concerning the measurement, etiology, consequences, prevention, control, and treatment of crime and delinquency.