Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, December 2007.
Beckman, Mel (editor)
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CONTENTS:Nebraska Dept, of Correctional Services: Addressing Major Mental Illness, by Cameron S. WhiteCorrections Department, elects to operate its own education program next year, by Mel BeckmanThe Nebraska Correctional Youth Facility Community High School, by Warden Cathy Waller-BorovacEducational staffing levels in the prisonsSea change in thinking about treating juveniles as adults, by John KrejciNew registration requirements for sexual offenders coming soon. Federal guidelines indicate the direction.Human Rights Watch opposes the registration and community notification requirements of the Adam Walsh ActShould the very young be sentenced to life (and death) in prison? Comments by Fr. Val Peters, Troy Colliers, Connie Kollasch, Lucille Saunders, and Gus ShoffnerNebraska legislators are asked to eliminate life sentences for the very youngBar-None Housing, LLC: While inmates are trained for future jobs, Nebraska towns benefit from affordable housing, by Mel BeckmanVoices of dissent heard on Lancaster County Jail Project, by John KrejciDouglas County Re-Entry ProgramSeen but not heard: Children of incarcerated parents in NebraskaLettersBits and Pieces