Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, June, 2017.
Beckman, Mel (editor)
Criminal justice, Administration of -- Nebraska -- Periodicals
CONTENTS:|The Execution of LB75, by Shakur Abdullah|Keep prison reform on the front burner, by John Krejci|A tribute to the Douglas County Public Defender’s Office, by Joanna Lindberg|Why U.S. criminal courts are so dependent on plea bargaining, by Dylan Walsh|Why address sexual violence in detention? by Maria Sohl|Pornographic materials to be removed from ali NDCS facilities|Citizens returning from prison will receive more help with their prescriptions, by Cara Wilwerding|Prison reform takes baby steps, but is at least moving in the right direction, by John Krejci|Sexual offenses—perspectives on how to keep the public safe, by Mel Beckman|No kid left hungry; prison outreach expands in 2017|Reentry mentor support team, recruitment and training|Bristol Station in Hastings, by Angela LaBouchardie|Remembering Kim Culp, A “gardener” of juvenile justice, by Joanna Lindberg|News and Miscellaneous|Letters
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