Saturday, November 13 / 8:00 AM - 9:45 AM

Session 170
Police and investigative techniques

Chair: Fiona Greenland, University of Virginia
Discussant: Fiona Greenland, University of Virginia

1. Imagine What They Could'Ve Done If They Had Stayed 'Officer Friendly': Collective Memory as a Barometer for Police ReformRon Levi, University of Toronto; Todd Foglesong, University of Toronto.

2. Police Involved Homicides in Ohio, 1959-1988Randolph Roth, The Ohio State University.

3. Persisting Secrets: Legal Uncertainty and the Legitimacy of Investigative TechniquesLuiz Vila├ža, Graduate Student.

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