Variability in the Implementation of State-Wide Law across Urban Environments: A Case Study using Sex Offender Law as an Example
Urban Research Awards
CPACS Urban Research Awards
Part of the mission of the College of Public Affairs and Community Service (CPACS) is to conduct research, especially as it relates to concerns of our local and statewide constituencies. CPACS has always had an urban mission, and one way that mission is served is to preform applied research relevant to urban society in general, and the Omaha metropolitan area and other Nebraska urban communities in particular. Beginning in 2014, the CPACS Dean provided funding for the projects with high relevance to current urban issues, with the potential to apply the findings to practice in Nebraska, Iowa, and beyond.
Sample, Lisa L.; Hurley, Brett; and Hyter, Carin, "Variability in the Implementation of State-Wide Law across Urban Environments: A Case Study using Sex Offender Law as an Example" (2016). Dean’s Office. 34.
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Funding for this research was provided by a 2016 Urban Research Award from College of Public Affairs and Community Service Dean's Office