Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, December 2007.

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Beckman, Mel (editor)
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2007-12
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Criminal justice, Administration of -- Nebraska -- Periodicals
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CONTENTS:|Nebraska Dept, of Correctional Services: Addressing Major Mental Illness, by Cameron S. White|Corrections Department, elects to operate its own education program next year, by Mel Beckman|The Nebraska Correctional Youth Facility Community High School, by Warden Cathy Waller-Borovac|Educational staffing levels in the prisons|Sea change in thinking about treating juveniles as adults, by John Krejci|New 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 Act|Should the very young be sentenced to life (and death) in prison? Comments by Fr. Val Peters, Troy Colliers, Connie Kollasch, Lucille Saunders, and Gus Shoffner|Nebraska legislators are asked to eliminate life sentences for the very young|Bar-None Housing, LLC: While inmates are trained for future jobs, Nebraska towns benefit from affordable housing, by Mel Beckman|Voices of dissent heard on Lancaster County Jail Project, by John Krejci|Douglas County Re-Entry Program|Seen but not heard: Children of incarcerated parents in Nebraska|Letters|Bits and Pieces
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Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb.
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