Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, June, 2015.
Beckman, Mel (editor)
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CONTENTS:Our tax dollars at work: new services for parolees, probationers and recent-ly discharged inmatesPrison reform begins with passage of LB 598 and 605—first steps on a long journey, by John KrejciThe Tecumseh riot: Predictable! Inevitable! A teaching moment? by John KrejciUpdate on Douglas County juvenile justice system reform, by Joanna LindbergOmaha’s policy of “ban the box,” approved last year, by Mel Beckman, EditorAlternatives to violence in an American prison, by Maureen ConnollyNebraska Coalition embraces ending sexual and domestic violenceHotel/motel workers being trained to watch for sex trafficking, by Mel BeckmanParolees: doing well in the communityFamily and Friends of Inmates, by Mel BeckmanExecutions: professional policy changes in regard to pharmacists’ participation, by Linda K. OhriKim Culp – given the Douglas County Restorative Justice Award, by the Victim Empathy Advisory Board, March 26, 2015Incarceration leads to poverty and hunger, according to Bread For The WorldNews and MiscellaneousLetters