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    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, December, 2017. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 18no. 4 )
      CONTENTS:|The need for trauma-informed correctional care, by Marla Sohl|Reflections on reform, restorative justice, and reminiscences, by John Krejci|MCC 180 Re-entry Assistance Program provides a hand up, not a hand out, ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, February 2000. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 1no. 1 )
      CONTENTS:|An Introduction to the Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, by Mel Beckman|What Statistics* Can Tell Us About The Criminal Justice System, by John Krejci|Criminal Disenfranchisement, by Virginia Walsh|Quick Tour - ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, February 2001. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 2no. 1 )
      CONTENTS:|Follow-Up On Inmate Medical Care|Reform Involves Structure And Performance By Marshall Lux|D.C.S. Makes Changes Ok’d By Governor Johanns By Dan Danaher|Parole In Nebraska|Lb 738 - For Increased Use Of Parole By ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, July 2019 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 19no. 1 )
      CONTENTS: | The NCJR is back! by Linda Ohri | Corrections reform: LB 686 One small step for prison reform? by John Krejci | What’s working.... What’s challenging for juvenile justice advocates? by Joanna Lindberg | 1800 ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, June 2000. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 1no. 2 )
      CONTENTS: |Work & Education Options In Nebraska Prisons By Mel Beckman|Comments On Education In Nebraska Prisons By Larry Hill|A Need For Substance Abuse Treatment|Clarinda, Iowa Prison To Host A New Plant|Office Of Community ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, June 2001. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 2no. 2 )
      CONTENTS: |Douglas County Adult Corrections By Mel Beckman|Family Service Helps Youth Avoid Confinement|Legislative Update|Prison Health Care Bill Passed|Criminal Justice Interim Study Planned|Funding Restorative Justice ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, June 2002. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 3no. 2 )
      CONTENTS:|Black Citizens In Nebraska Are Incarcerated Disproportionately. Why?|Assisting Families Of Sex Offenders The Chaperon Program Of Lincoln By Peter J. Frazier-Koontz|New Uses For Recorded Jail Phone Calls: Issues ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, June 2003. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 4no. 2 )
      CONTENTS:|Correcting Corrections An “Up” Side Of The Budget Crisis By John Krejci|Lb 503 - Would Restore Voting Rights To Ex- 0offenders By Senator Lowen Kruse|Some Youthful Offenders Have Chance For More Education By Mr. ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, June 2004. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 5no. 2 )
      CONTENTS:|Problems At Nebraska’s Super-Max Prison By John Krejci|Corrections Director Clarke On Tecumseh By Harold Clarke|Inmate Perspectives On Tecumseh|U.S. Prisons Like Abu Graib?|The Two Pillars Of The Criminal Justice ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, June 2005. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 6no. 2 )
      CONTENTS:|Goal Of Re-Entry Initiative: The Successful Return Of Offenders To Their Communities By Larry Wayne|Recommendations Of 2001 Nebraska Sex Offender Report Await Rescue From The Shelf By Mel Beckman|Sex Offender ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, June 2006. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 7no. 2 )
      CONTENTS:|Prison Overcrowding Tops 140% Of Capacity: Governor Does Not Act, by John Krejci|Nebraska’s Average Monthly Prison Population Over A Span of Ten Years, 1996 to 2005|The Population In June Of This Year, 4,479, Or ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, June 2007. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 8no. 2 )
      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 ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, June 2010. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 11no. 2 )
      CONTENTS:|Budget Reductions At The Nebraska Department Of Correctional Services By Robin Spindler|Supreme Court Puts A Limit On Juvenile Life Without Parole Sentences For Youth|Trying To Do What Fr. Flanagan Would Do|Quotes ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, June 2020 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 20no. 2 )
      CONTENTS:| July 1st: What will happen when Governor Ricketts declares an over-crowding emergency? by Doug Koebernick| The killing of Mattieo Condoluci and a critique of registries, by Nebraskans Unafraid| Governor asked ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, June, 2009. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 10no. 2 )
      CONTENTS:|Restorative Justice: Investing In Communities, Not In Prisons By John Krejci|The Development And Implementation Of The Ndcs Mental Health Unit By Cameron S. White|Service Activities As Restorative Justice By ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, June, 2011. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 12no. 2 )
      CONTENTS:|Social Work Services in the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services, by Kathy Foster|The Legislature and Pardons Board turn deaf ears to teens sentenced to life in prison, by Mel Beckman|Hearing the Cries: ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, June, 2012. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 13no. 2 )
      CONTENTS:|Inmate child support arrears, $86,000,000: a problem for both custodial spouses and returning ex-offenders, by Mel Beckman|A Prison Education Proposal|Crime Victim’s Reparations Update, by Bruce Ayers|Nebraska ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, June, 2013. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 14no. 2 )
      CONTENTS:|Money from war on drugs flows to local law enforcement agencies in Nebraska, by Mel Beckman|Efforts to end “partial lockdown” at NSP and Tecumseh have led to modification ... but more is needed, by John Krejci|Three ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, June, 2014. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 15no. 2 )
      CONTENTS:|Legislature takes significant action to reform criminal justice in Nebraska, by Mel Beckman|Prison reform: Where do we go from LB 907 and LB 999? by John Krejci|Turning Point: The power of offender victim dialogue, ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, June, 2015. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 16no. 2 )
      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 ...