Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, June 2006.
Beckman, Mel (editor)
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CONTENTS:Prison Overcrowding Tops 140% Of Capacity: Governor Does Not Act, by John KrejciNebraska’s Average Monthly Prison Population Over A Span of Ten Years, 1996 to 2005The Population In June Of This Year, 4,479, Or 141 % Of Design Capacity. Tolerable Or Not??A “Shelter” for Battered Women And Their Children: Catholic Charities’ Domestic Violence Services, by Frances HauptmanThe Douglas County Juvenile Assessment Center: A Proactive Approach In Juvenile Justice Continues, by Shawne CoonfareNebraska’s Facilities For Female Offenders—A Visit To York and Geneva, by Mel BeckmanTwo Thirds Of Youthful Female Offenders At Geneva Have Experienced The Absence Of A Significant Family MemberThe Meth Problem In Nebraska: More Reflections From A Community Corrections Perpective, by John KrejciPopulation Increase At Youth Prison ExplainedOmaha’s New Sex Offender OrdinanceRacial Issues And The Department Of Corrections: Wrestling With The Bureaucracy, by John KrejciEx-felons Can Register To Vote In The November Elections, by Peggy AdairThe Iowa/Nebraska Innocence Project, by Rebecca MurrayChildren Of Inmates Are Deprived And Ignored: Two Million U.S. Children Have Fathers In Jail, by Robert F. DrinanBig Brothers Big Sisters Seek Mentors For Omaha Area Children Of Incarcerated Parents, by Nancy ThompsonCorrespondence