William Wells
William Wells
Professor and Chair, Dept.of Criminal Justice and Criminology, Sam Houston State University
Verified email at shsu.edu
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Type of contact and evaluations of police officers: The effects of procedural justice across three types of police–citizen contacts
W Wells
Journal of Criminal Justice 35 (6), 612-621, 2007
1732007
Officer perceptions of police responses to persons with a mental illness
W Wells, JA Schafer
Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management, 2006
1662006
Decision making in traffic stop encounters: A multivariate analysis of police behavior
JA Schafer, DL Carter, AJ Katz-Bannister, WM Wells
Police Quarterly 9 (2), 184-209, 2006
1412006
Neighborhood residents' production of order: The effects of collective efficacy on responses to neighborhood problems
W Wells, JA Schafer, SP Varano, TS Bynum
Crime & Delinquency 52 (4), 523-550, 2006
1252006
Arresting developments: Trends in female arrests for domestic violence and proposed explanations
W DeLeon-Granados, W Wells, R Binsbacher
Violence Against Women 12 (4), 355-371, 2006
1232006
Weapon effects and individual intent to do harm: Influences on the escalation of violence
W Wells, J Horney
Criminology 40 (2), 265-296, 2002
1202002
Estimating the reliability of eyewitness identifications from police lineups
JT Wixted, L Mickes, JC Dunn, SE Clark, W Wells
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (2), 304-309, 2016
962016
Patterns of near-repeat gun assaults in Houston
W Wells, L Wu, X Ye
Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 49 (2), 186-212, 2012
802012
Student attitudes toward concealed handguns on campus at 2 universities
MR Cavanaugh, JA Bouffard, W Wells, MR Nobles
American Journal of Public Health 102 (12), 2245-2247, 2012
702012
Evaluating the measurement properties of procedural justice in a correctional setting
H Henderson, W Wells, ER Maguire, J Gray
Criminal Justice and Behavior 37 (4), 384-399, 2010
682010
How many more guns? Estimating the effect of allowing licensed concealed handguns on a college campus
JA Bouffard, MR Nobles, W Wells, MR Cavanaugh
Journal of interpersonal violence 27 (2), 316-343, 2012
622012
Forces of production and direction: A test of an expanded model of suicide and homicide
N He, L Cao, W Wells, ER Maguire
Homicide studies 7 (1), 36-57, 2003
562003
The validity of criminal justice contacts reported by inmates: A comparison of self-reported data with official prison records
J Roberts, W Wells
Journal of Criminal Justice 38 (5), 1031-1037, 2010
332010
The intimate partner homicide decline: Disaggregated trends, theoretical explanations, and policy implications
W Wells, W DeLeon-Granados
Criminal Justice Policy Review 15 (2), 229-246, 2004
332004
Non-response bias with a web-based survey of college students: Differences from a classroom survey about carrying concealed handguns
W Wells, MR Cavanaugh, JA Bouffard, MR Nobles
Journal of quantitative criminology 28 (3), 455-476, 2012
322012
Information and Analysis: Implementing Community Policing: Lessons From 12 Agencies
JB Snipes, CM Katz, E Maguire, W Wells
US Department of Justice, Office of Community Oriented Policing, 2009
312009
Differences across majors in the desire to obtain a license to carry a concealed handgun on campus: Implications for criminal justice education
JA Bouffard, MR Nobles, W Wells
Journal of Criminal Justice Education 23 (3), 283-306, 2012
302012
Community policing
ER Maguire, W Wells
Law enforcement, communication and community, 33, 2002
302002
Patrol officer responses to citizen feedback: An experimental analysis
W Wells, J Horney, ER Maguire
Police Quarterly 8 (2), 171-205, 2005
262005
The nature and circumstances of defensive gun use: a content analysis of interpersonal conflict situations involving criminal offenders
W Wells
Justice Quarterly 19 (1), 127-157, 2002
242002
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