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dc.contributor.authorBeckman, Mel (editor)
dc.date.accessioned2018-08-24T15:23:23Z
dc.date.available2018-08-24T15:23:23Z
dc.date.issued2006-06
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10504/119002
dc.description.abstractCONTENTS:|Prison Overcrowding Tops 140% Of Capacity: Governor Does Not Act, by John Krejci|Nebraska’s Average Monthly Prison Population Over A Span of Ten Years, 1996 to 2005|The 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 Hauptman|The Douglas County Juvenile Assessment Center: A Proactive Approach In Juvenile Justice Continues, by Shawne Coonfare|Nebraska’s Facilities For Female Offenders—A Visit To York and Geneva, by Mel Beckman|Two Thirds Of Youthful Female Offenders At Geneva Have Experienced The Absence Of A Significant Family Member|The Meth Problem In Nebraska: More Reflections From A Community Corrections Perpective, by John Krejci|Population Increase At Youth Prison Explained|Omaha’s New Sex Offender Ordinance|Racial Issues And The Department Of Corrections: Wrestling With The Bureaucracy, by John Krejci|Ex-felons Can Register To Vote In The November Elections, by Peggy Adair|The Iowa/Nebraska Innocence Project, by Rebecca Murray|Children Of Inmates Are Deprived And Ignored: Two Million U.S. Children Have Fathers In Jail, by Robert F. Drinan|Big Brothers Big Sisters Seek Mentors For Omaha Area Children Of Incarcerated Parents, by Nancy Thompson|Correspondenceen_US
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dc.publisherHoly Family Church, Omaha, Neb.en_US
dc.subjectCriminal justice, Administration of -- Nebraska -- Periodicalsen_US
dc.titleNebraska Criminal Justice Review, June 2006.en_US
dc.typeNewsletteren_US
dc.description.volume7en_US
dc.description.pages12 pagesen_US
dc.description.issue2


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