Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, June, 2015.

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Beckman, Mel (editor)
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2015-06
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Criminal justice, Administration of -- Nebraska -- Periodicals
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CONTENTS:|Our tax dollars at work: new services for parolees, probationers and recent-ly discharged inmates|Prison reform begins with passage of LB 598 and 605—first steps on a long journey, by John Krejci|The Tecumseh riot: Predictable! Inevitable! A teaching moment? by John Krejci|Update on Douglas County juvenile justice system reform, by Joanna Lindberg|Omaha’s policy of “ban the box,” approved last year, by Mel Beckman, Editor|Alternatives to violence in an American prison, by Maureen Connolly|Nebraska Coalition embraces ending sexual and domestic violence|Hotel/motel workers being trained to watch for sex trafficking, by Mel Beckman|Parolees: doing well in the community|Family and Friends of Inmates, by Mel Beckman|Executions: professional policy changes in regard to pharmacists’ participation, by Linda K. Ohri|Kim Culp – given the Douglas County Restorative Justice Award, by the Victim Empathy Advisory Board, March 26, 2015|Incarceration leads to poverty and hunger, according to Bread For The World|News and Miscellaneous|Letters
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Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb.
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