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    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, June 2020 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 20no. 2 )
      CONTENTS:| July 1st: What will happen when Governor Ricketts declares an over-crowding emergency? by Doug Koebernick| The killing of Mattieo Condoluci and a critique of registries, by Nebraskans Unafraid| Governor asked ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, March 2020 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 20no. 1 )
      CONTENTS: |Wanted: a challenge to the felony murder doctrine, by Shaheed K. Biko Hamza, aka Derek Dixon 36413 |An open letter to the Legislature's Appropriation Committee and Judiciary Committee, by Marshall Lux |They have ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, December 2019 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 19no. 3 )
      CONTENTS: | Good people are at work, but the justice system is fragmented, by John Krejci | The Interstate Corrections Compact explained, by Scott R. Frakes, Director of the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services | ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, September 2019 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 19no. 2 )
      CONTENTS: | We All Have Value, by Terry Ricketts | Corrections Reports Demand Dramatic Action, by John Krejci | Crime Victims Confront Perpetrators Through a Special Program | Attending a Pardons Board Hearing? Expect to ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, July 2019 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 19no. 1 )
      CONTENTS: | The NCJR is back! by Linda Ohri | Corrections reform: LB 686 One small step for prison reform? by John Krejci | What’s working.... What’s challenging for juvenile justice advocates? by Joanna Lindberg | 1800 ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, December, 2017. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 18no. 4 )
      CONTENTS:|The need for trauma-informed correctional care, by Marla Sohl|Reflections on reform, restorative justice, and reminiscences, by John Krejci|MCC 180 Re-entry Assistance Program provides a hand up, not a hand out, ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, September, 2017. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 18no. 3 )
      CONTENTS:|A message from the Inspector General for Corrections, by Doug Koebernick|Overcrowding in Nebraska’s prisons is causing a medical and mental health care crisis, by Danielle Conrad|More programming -- key to reducing ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, June, 2017. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 18no. 2 )
      CONTENTS:|The Execution of LB75, by Shakur Abdullah|Keep prison reform on the front burner, by John Krejci|A tribute to the Douglas County Public Defender’s Office, by Joanna Lindberg|Why U.S. criminal courts are so dependent ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, March, 2017. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 18no. 1 )
      CONTENTS:|Reflections: reform and riot, by John Krejci|Nebraska corrections: "A great deal of work to be done", by Doug Koebernick|Nebraska Probation, Advancing Community Corrections, by Tyson Jenkins|Bills before the ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, December, 2016. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 17no. 4 )
      CONTENTS:|The legislature and a new focus on violent crime, By David Ditter|Transformation or punishment? by Ken Ackerman|New reentry programming, by Mel Beckman|Rethinking Privilege, by Dr. Kathleen Rettig|The JUSTUS15VOTE ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, September, 2016. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 17no. 3 )
      CONTENT:|Parole “pending:” bottleneck for prison over-crowding, by John Krejci|Corrections Director shares his view on prison lockdowns|Keep the pot boiling: Correcting corrections, by John Krejci|NCYF Summer Event, by ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, June, 2016. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 17no. 2 )
      CONTENTS:|Vote to Retain , by Marylyn Felion|New rules and regulations for re-strictive housing (segregation, etc.): Has anything changed? , by John Krejci, |Protecting Repeal of the Death Penalty in Nebraska |Comments by ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, March, 2016. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 17no. 1 )
      CONTENTS:|Elimination of life without parole sentences for juveniles: finally, one last step, maybe? by Shakur Abdullah|Brad Hansen to be new warden for the Tecumseh prison|Rules and regs for the use of restrictive housing, ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, December, 2015. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 16no. 4 )
      CONTENTS:|One by one, juvenile lifers return to court for new sentences, thanks to a 2012 U.S. Supreme Court decision, by Mel Beckman|Implementing LB 605: the lions lie down with the lambs, by John Krejci|Regurgitated ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, September, 2015. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 16no. 3 )
      CONTENTS:|President Obama urges major prison reform. by John Krejci|Holy Family Church and the NCJR: 2000-2015, by Mel Beckman|Reform of corrections: opening a can of worms, by John Krejci|Questions on prison reform for ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, June, 2015. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 16no. 2 )
      CONTENTS:|Our tax dollars at work: new services for parolees, probationers and recent-ly discharged inmates|Prison reform begins with passage of LB 598 and 605—first steps on a long journey, by John Krejci|The Tecumseh ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, March, 2015. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 16no. 1 )
      CONTENTS:|There are bright spots in prison, by Teela A. Mickles|The prospect for prison reform is good—as far as it goes, by John Krejci|Scott R. Frakes appointed to head the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services|Testimony ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, December, 2014. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 15no. 4 )
      CONTENTS:|Two prison reports present major challenges to the Legislature, by John Krejci|2nd Chance dollars at work in Doug-las County: The Reentry Initiatives Council, by Mel Beckman|Proposals sought for LB 907 Voca-tional ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, September, 2014. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 15no. 3 )
      CONTENTS:|Six hours with Bob Houston, Ernie Chambers and Sen. Lathrop’s Legislative Committee on Corrections, by John Krejci|Thank you, Deacon Ralph Hueser!|Crime down, arrests down, but prison population grows, by John ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, June, 2014. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 15no. 2 )
      CONTENTS:|Legislature takes significant action to reform criminal justice in Nebraska, by Mel Beckman|Prison reform: Where do we go from LB 907 and LB 999? by John Krejci|Turning Point: The power of offender victim dialogue, ...