Understanding Police Misconduct Correlates: Does Gender Matter in Predicting Career-Ending Misconduct?

@article{Gaub2020UnderstandingPM,
  title={Understanding Police Misconduct Correlates: Does Gender Matter in Predicting Career-Ending Misconduct?},
  author={Janne E. Gaub},
  journal={Women & Criminal Justice},
  year={2020},
  volume={30},
  pages={264 - 289}
}
Decades of research on police misconduct have produced mixed findings related to risk and protective factors. Although misconduct is a relatively rare and predominantly male phenomenon, demographic characteristics such as sex could provide context to better understand the influence of these factors in predicting misconduct. Using a large sample (N = 3,085) of matched police officers in the New York Police Department and a split-sample analysis testing equality of coefficients, this study… Expand
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