Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, June 2007.
Beckman, Mel (editor)
Criminal justice, Administration of -- Nebraska -- Periodicals
CONTENTS:|Nebraska Department of Correctional Services Behavioral Health Transformation: History and Current Status, by Cameron S. White|Lancaster County Juvenile Drug Court: a “problem-solving” court, by Sara Hoyle|Douglas County “concretizes” support for community corrections, by Mel Beckman|When a Pardons Board is politicized, can a minor incarcerated for life ever hope for a hearing and a second chance? by Shakur Abdullah|New legislation is approved to prevent the build up of child support debt by inmates while in prison and unable to pay, by Mel Beckman|Text of new legislation declaring that a reduction of income by incarceration is involuntary for purposes of child support order modifications|Director Houston dialogues with Family & Friends of Inmates, by John Krejci|Norfolk - first stop for sex offenders under new civil commitment legislation, by Mel Beckman|The Nebraska Legislature’s definition of a “dangerous” sex offender|Family orientation program at the Corre- tional Youth Facility is appreciated.|Inmate access to the courts: New draft and promulgation of rules needed, by Paul Pserros|Letters|Bits and Pieces
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