Phone: (518) 456-6323 ext. 303
Ms. Cochran is a Research Analyst with the Finn Institute. She is also a Master’s student at the School of Criminal Justice at the University at Albany. She holds a B.A. in both Political Science and Studio Art from Connecticut College.
Publications, Reports, and Presentations
Hannah Cochran and Robert E. Worden, 2018. “The Antecedents and Corollaries of Citizens’ Demeanor toward the Police.” Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology.
Robert E. Worden and Hannah Cochran, forthcoming. Review of P.A.J. Waddington, Kate Williams, Martin Wright, and Tim Newburn, How People Judge Policing (Oxford University Press, 2017), Police Practice and Research.
Robert E. Worden, Hannah Cochran, Sarah J. McLean, Robin S. Engel, and Gabrielle T. Isaza, 2018. The Impacts of Implicit Bias Awareness Training: First Interim Report. Report to the New York City Police Department. Cincinnati: IACP / UC Center for Police Research and Policy & the John F. Finn Institute for Public Safety.
Robert E. Worden, Hannah Cochran, and Sarah J. McLean, 2018. Nonfatal Shooting Initiative Evaluation: First Interim Report. Report to the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services. Albany, NY: John F. Finn Institute for Public Safety, Inc.
Robin S. Engel, Robert E. Worden, Nicholas Corsaro, Hannah D. McManus, Danielle L. Reynolds, Hannah Cochran, Gabrielle T. Isaza, and Jennifer Calnon Cherkauskas, 2018. Deconstructing the Power to Arrest: Lessons from Research. Cincinnati: IACP / UC Center for Police Research and Policy & the John F. Finn Institute for Public Safety.