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Police Integrity Lost Podcast Episode 18: Victims Of Police Sexual Misconduct (Presentation At 2014 Acjs Conference), Philip M. Stinson, Steven L. Brewer Mar 2014

Police Integrity Lost Podcast Episode 18: Victims Of Police Sexual Misconduct (Presentation At 2014 Acjs Conference), Philip M. Stinson, Steven L. Brewer

Philip M Stinson

Little is known about officers arrested for crimes related to police sexual misconduct and their victims. The study is a quantitative content analysis of news articles reporting 771 arrests of 555 police officers for sex-related crimes during the years 2005-2008. The arrested officers were employed by 449 nonfederal state, local, and special law enforcement agencies located in 349 counties and independent cities in 44 states and the District of Columbia. Multivariate analyses include logistic regression and classification tree regression models. Findings and policy implications are discussed, with an emphasis on the victims of police sexual misconduct.


Police Integrity Lost Podcast Episode 16: Crime By School Resource Officers, Philip M. Stinson, Adam M. Watkins Feb 2014

Police Integrity Lost Podcast Episode 16: Crime By School Resource Officers, Philip M. Stinson, Adam M. Watkins

Philip M Stinson

School resource officers (SROs) have become a permanent presence in many K-12 schools throughout the country. As a result, an emerging body of research has focused on SROs, particularly on how SROs are viewed by students, teachers, and the general public. In this episode of the Police Integrity Lost podcast, Bowling Green State University professors Phil Stinson and Adam Watkins discuss their recent study on crime by school resource officers. This exploratory and descriptive research employs a different focus by examining the nature of crimes for which SROs were arrested in recent years with information gathered from online news sources ...