The Source for Crime and Justice Data

Publications Search Results

Users may wish to consult What's Included in the Bibliography.

 
 
 
 
Pub. Year
Citation
2000
Engel, Robin Shepard . Effects of supervisory styles on patrol officer behavior. Police Quarterly. 3, (3), 262-293.
Full Text Options: DOI Worldcat Google Scholar
Export Options: RIS EndNote XML
2004
Engel, Robin Shepard,  Calnon, Jennifer N. Examining the influence of drivers' characteristics during traffic stops with police: Results from a national survey. Justice Quarterly. 21, (1), 49-90.
Full Text Options: DOI Worldcat Google Scholar
Export Options: RIS EndNote XML
2003
Engel, Robin Shepard . Explaining suspects' resistance and disrespect toward police. Journal of Criminal Justice. 31, (5), 475-492.
Full Text Options: DOI Worldcat Google Scholar
Export Options: RIS EndNote XML
2000
Engel, Robin Shepard,  Sobol, James J.,  Worden, Robert E. Further exploration of the demeanor hypothesis: The interaction effects of suspects' characteristics and demeanor on police behavior. Justice Quarterly. 17, (2), 235-258.
Full Text Options: DOI Worldcat Google Scholar
Export Options: RIS EndNote XML
2003
Engel, Robin Shepard . How Police Supervisory Styles Influence Patrol Officer Behavior. NIJ Research for Practice. NCJ 194078, Washington, DC: United States Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.
Full Text Options: Original Source PDF
Export Options: RIS EndNote XML
2002
Engel, Robin Shepard . Patrol officer supervision in the community policing era. Journal of Criminal Justice. 30, (1), 51-64.
Full Text Options: DOI Worldcat Google Scholar
Export Options: RIS EndNote XML
2003
Engel, Robin Shepard,  Worden, Robert E. Police officers' attitudes, behavior, and supervisory influences: An analysis of problem solving. Criminology. 41, (1), 131-166.
Full Text Options: DOI Worldcat Google Scholar
Export Options: RIS EndNote XML
2001
Engel, Robin Shepard,  Silver, Eric . Policing mentally disordered suspects: A reexamination of the criminalization hypothesis. Criminology. 39, (2), 225-252.
Full Text Options: DOI Worldcat Google Scholar
Export Options: RIS EndNote XML
[1]