Justice Center faculty will be presenting at the 2012 American Society of Criminology annual meeting in Chicago, November 14-17. The theme for the 2012 event is "Thinking about Context: Challenges for Crime and Justice."
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.
Thematic Panel: "Patterns of Violence Against Women in Alaska: Estimates, Correlates, and Batterer Interventions"Dr. André Rosay, Justice Center Director, Chair. This panel presents results from Alaskan studies designed as robust replications of two significant Outside studies.
"Estimates of Violence Against Women from the Alaska Victimization Survey"
Dr. André Rosay; Dr. Brad Myrstol, Justice faculty; and Katherine TePas, Office of the Governor, State of Alaska
"Health Correlates of Violence Against Women: Results from the Alaska Victimization Survey"
Dr. Marny Rivera, Dr. André Rosay, Justice Center; Dr. Gabriel Garcia, UAA Department of Health Sciences faculty; Katherine TePas, Office of the Governor, State of Alaska
"Rural and Urban Differences in Intimate Partner Violence: Estimates from the Alaska Victimization Survey"
Dr. Darryl Wood, Justice affiliate faculty, Washington State University - Vancouver; Dr. André Rosay; Katherine TePas, Office of the Governor, State of Alaska
"Evaluation of Fairbanks Domestic Violence Misdemeanor Pilot Project: Preliminary Results and Their Policy Implications"
Dr. Cory R. Lepage, Justice faculty
Thematic Panel: "Crime and Place: Examining Chronic Nuisance Regulations""Is Knowing Half the Battle? Improving Place Management through Chronic Nuisance Notification"
Dr. Troy Payne, Justice faculty, and Michele Arneson, Crime Analyst, Green Bay, Wisconsin Police Department
Poster Session"Predicting the Location of New Homeless Encampments"
Dr. Sharon Chamard, Justice faculty