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    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, December 2001. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 2no. 4 )
      CONTENTS:|Overcrowding: Can We Build Our Way Out? By John Krejci|Interim Legislature Study Of Nebraska Correctional Issues By Barbara Brunkow|Article/ & Poetry From Wopashitwe Mondo Eyen We Langa|Nebraska Parole And ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, December 2002. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 3no. 4 )
      CONTENTS:|Reducing Youth Detention: Are We Locking Up Too Many, For Too Long?|Detention Overcrowding By Joanna Lind Berg|Center Seeks Compliance With Jail Standards|United Way Court-Ordered Community Service: A Win-Win ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, December 2003. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 4no. 4 )
      CONTENTS:|Nebraska’s Re-Entry Initiative By Larry Wayne|“Restorative” Justice Is Goal Of New Coalition By Kelly Keller|Community Corrections And Restorative Justice By Kay Pranis|Lawyers And Judges To Seek Fairness For ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, December 2004. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 5no. 4 )
      CONTENTS:|Court For Young Adult Offenders Is The Result Of Extensive Collaboration By Stuart Dornan|The Douglas Co. Juvenile Assessment Center: A First Year Evaluation By Kim Culp|Restorative Justice Coalition And The ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, December 2005. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 6no. 4 )
      CONTENTS:|New Douglas County Corrections Director Wants Programming For Every Prisoner By Mel Beckman|A Disturbing Meth Report Should Move The Legislature Toward Extra Funding For Community Corrections By John Krejci|Tecumseh: ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, December 2007. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 8no. 4 )
      CONTENTS:|Nebraska Dept, of Correctional Services: Addressing Major Mental Illness, by Cameron S. White|Corrections Department, elects to operate its own education program next year, by Mel Beckman|The Nebraska Correctional ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, December 2008. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 9no. 4 )
      CONTENTS:|Despite Passage Of Lb 682, Child Support Debt Remains A Serious Obstacle For Released Offenders By Mel Beckman|Want To Cut Crime Rates, Depopulate Prisons And Save Money? Read This! By John Krejci|Reentry Aftercare ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, June 2008. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 9no. 2 )
      CONTENTS:|A Juvenile Injustice, by Sarah Ann Lewis|Inmates can begin to apply for modification of their child support orders, beginning July 1, by Mel Beckman|Nebraska inmates serving 1st degree life sentences for crimes ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, November 2000. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 1no. 4 )
      CONTENTS:|Parole In Nebraska|An Interview With Mr. Janies Mckenzie, Nebraska Adult Parole Administration|The Cost Of Incarceration, Per Inmate, Compared To Parole|Housing For Parolees|Improving Treatment: A Quality Of Life ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, August 2000. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 1no. 3 )
      CONTENTS:|Task Force Report On Nebraska Prison Medical Services Points To Eleven Areas Of Concern, Makes Eighty Recommendations|Task Force Recommendations|Excerpts/ Governor’s News Release|More On Education In The Prisons|Focus ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, December 2006. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 7no. 4 )
      CONTENTS:|Making Connections: The 2006 Meth Law (LB 117), Community Corrections, and the Strategic Capital Facilities Master Plan, by John Krejci|First Anniversary of the Serious and Violent Offender Re-Entry Initiative|Inmate ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, December 2009. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 10no. 4 )
      CONTENTS:|U.S. Supreme Court Hears Cases Of Youth Sentenced To Life Without The Possibility Of Parole For Non-Homicide Crimes By Grant Custer|The Nebraska Coalition For The Fair Sentencing Of Youth: Working To End Sentencing ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, December 2010. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 11no. 4 )
      CONTENTS:|Assisting Victims Of Crime By Jo Anna Briggs|Recidivism And The Need For Transitioning Guidance By Connie Gibbs|Follow Up On Funeral Visits: Searching For Compassion By John Krejci|Book Review By Amybirky|Commutations ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, December 2011. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 12no. 4 )
      CONTENTS:|Local landlords challenged to be “open” to former offenders|Consultants report to NDCS on special management inmates and administrative segregation in Nebraska, Summary by Mel Beckman|Analysis of the “Special ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, December 2012. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 13no. 4 )
      CONTENTS:|District Court temporarily blocks the Pardons Board claim of “unfettered” discretion regarding commutation of juvenile life without parole sentences, by Mel Beckman|Summary, highlights and insights from the “Arrest ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, December, 2013. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 14no. 4 )
      CONTENTS:|A new “good time” law? It would be the ninth one! by Shakur Abdullah|An advocate for youth at The Douglas County Youth Center, by Joanna Lindberg|The December 2nd lockdown at the Penitentiary, by Marshall ...
    • 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, 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, 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, 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, ...