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Ling Ren

Associate Professor

  • Ph.D. Criminal Justice, University of Nebraska at Omaha, (2006)
  • M.S. Criminalistics, Institute of Forensic Science & Chinese People's Public Security University, Beijing, China, (2000)
  • B.A. Police Administration, Chinese People's Public Security University, Beijing, China (1997)

lren@shsu.edu

Office: C-211
Phone: (936) 294-4793

Areas of Expertise:
Policing and Law Enforcement, Research Methods/Statistics

Publications:

  • McCarty, W.P., Ren, L., & Zhao, J. (2012). Determinants of police strength in large U.S. cities during the 1990s: A fixed-effects panel analysis, Crime & Delinquency, 58(3), 397-424.
  • Ren, L., & Zhao, J. (2012). Determinants of police strength in large U.S. cities during the 1990s: A fixed-effects panel analysis. Crime & Delinquency, 58(3), 397-424.
  • Zhao, J., Tsai, L., Ren, L., & Lai, Y.L. (2012). Public satisfaction with police control of disorder crime: Does public hold police accountable? Justice Quarterly. Advance online publication.
  • McCarty, W.P., Ren, L., & Zhao, J. (2012). Determinants of police strength in large U.S. cities during the 1990s: A fixed effects panel analysis. Crime & Delinquency, 58(3) 397-424.
  • Zhao, J., Lai, Y.L., Ren, L. and Lawton, B. (2011). The impact of race/ethnicity and quality-of-life policing on public attitudes toward racially biased policing and traffic stops. Crime & Delinquency. Advance online publication.
  • Zhao, J.S., Zhang, Y., & Thurman, Q. (2011). Can additional resources lead to higher levels of productivity (arrests) in police agencies? Criminal Justice Review, 36, 165-182.

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