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Police Behavior

Engel, R. S., Tillyer, R., Klahm, C. F., & Frank, J. (Forthcoming). From the officer’s perspective: A multilevel examination of citizens’ demeanor during traffic stops. Justice Quarterly.

Tiller, R., Klahm, C. F., & Engel, R. S. (Forthcoming). The Discretion to Search: A multi-level examination of citizen demographics and officer characteristics. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice.

Tillyer, T. & Engel, R. S. (Forthcoming). The impact of drivers' race, gender, and age during traffic stops: Assessing interaction terms and the social conditioning model. Crime and Delinquency.

Dai, M., Frank, J., & Sun, I. (Forthcoming) Procedural Justice During Police Citizen Encounters: The Effects of Process-based Policing on Citizen Compliance and Demeanor” Journal of Criminal Justice.

Novak, K., Brown, R., & Frank, J. (Forthcoming). Women on Patrol: An Analysis of Differences in Officer Arrest Behavior. Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management

Henson, B., Reyns, B., Klahm, C., & Frank, J. (2010). “Do Good Recruits Make Good Cops? Problems Predicting and Measuring Academy and Street-level Success. Police Quarterly, 13, 5-26.

Brown, R., Novak, K., & Frank, J. (2009). Identifying Variation in Police Officer Behavior Between Juveniles and Adults. Journal of Criminal Justice, 37: 200-208.

Liederbach, J., & Travis, L. F. (2008). “Wilson redux: Another look at Varieties of Police Behavior.” Police Quarterly, 11, 447-467.

Steiner, B., Makarios, M., & Travis, L. F. (forthcoming). Understanding parole officers’ responses to sanctioning reform. Crime and Delinquency.