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    • 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 ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, June, 2016. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 17no. 2 )
      CONTENTS:|Vote to Retain , by Marylyn Felion|New rules and regulations for re-strictive housing (segregation, etc.): Has anything changed? , by John Krejci, |Protecting Repeal of the Death Penalty in Nebraska |Comments by ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, June, 2017. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 18no. 2 )
      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 ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, March 2002. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 3no. 1 )
      CONTENTS:|Helping Latinos Avoid The Criminal Justice System By Shelley Schrader|Not All Sex Offenders Receive Treatment By Mel Beckman|Lb 738 - Calls For Much Greater Use Of Parole In Nebraska|Medical Care For Douglas ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, March 2003. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 4no. 1 )
      CONTENTS:|Nebraska May Roll Back Its Growing Rate Of Incarceration|Working Group And Lb 46 Call For More Progress Toward Community Justice By Mel Beckman|Omaha World Herald Spotlights Nebraska’s Overreliance On Incarceration ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, March 2004. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 5no. 1 )
      CONTENTS:|Focus On Juvenile Justice: New Approaches, Adaptations And Issues|Making Diversion Programs Available By Diana Owens|Omaha Is A Demonstration Site For Graduated Sanctions By Judge Wadie Thomas|The Douglas County ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, March 2005. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 6no. 1 )
      CONTENTS:|Issues Under Consideration In The Nebraska Legislature This Spring|Community Corrections: Third Time’s A Charm, Or Three Strikes And You’re Out By John Krejci|LB 53: Nebraska Ex-Felons To Vote Sooner, After ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, March 2006. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 7no. 1 )
      CONTENTS:|Where The Rubber Hits The Road: Will The Legislature Adequately Fund Community Corrections? by John Krejci|Nebraska Ex-Felons Can Vote! Primary Election Day Is May 9, 2006|ACLU Study Finds Inadequate Medical And ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, March 2007. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 8no. 1 )
      CONTENTS:|LB 682—a proposal to prevent the accumulation of child support arrears by inmates|Victims’ Rights: Every Victim, Every Time|Monitoring Nebraska’s prisons: How much can the Ombudsman’s office do? by Mel Beckman|Prison ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, March 2008. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 9no. 1 )
      CONTENTS:|Nebraska Department of Correctional Services Substance Abuse Treatment Programs: An Overview, by Nicole Lockhart and Rick McNeese|LB 843: End death in prison for children and youth under 18 years old? State’s ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, March 2010. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 11no. 1 )
      CONTENTS:|Five Juvenile Lifers Are Among The Twenty Longest-Serving Lifers In Nebraska By Mel Beckman|Sixteen Appointed To Douglas County Re- Entry Task Force By Michael Myers|Circles Of Support And Accountability For ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, March 2020 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 20no. 1 )
      CONTENTS: |Wanted: a challenge to the felony murder doctrine, by Shaheed K. Biko Hamza, aka Derek Dixon 36413 |An open letter to the Legislature's Appropriation Committee and Judiciary Committee, by Marshall Lux |They have ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, March, 2009. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 10no. 1 )
      CONTENTS:|Crime And Criminal Justice In Canada: A Glance Across Our Border By Dr. Frances Kaye|Lb 307 Would End Life In Prison Without The Possibility Of Parole As A Sentence For The Very Young By Mel Beckman|Nebraska ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, March, 2011. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 12no. 1 )
      CONTENTS:|LB 202 offers life-sentenced youth the hope of a commutation hearing after serving 20 years in prison, by Mel Beckman|Prisoners sentenced to life for crimes com- mitted as teens under age 18, who have served 20 ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, March, 2012. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 13no. 1 )
      CONTENTS:|College level courses for inmates: Is there interest? by John Krejci|Author says Jim Crow is back—the result of mass incarceration of Blacks in the U.S., by Mel Beckman|Criminal Justice Specialist Analyzes Police ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, March, 2013. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 14no. 1 )
      CONTENTS:|Credit course for inmates is moving ahead – slowly, by John Krejci|The Nebraska Correctional Youth Facility (NCYF), by Marilyn Asher|LB 44 The individuality of each youth must be considered at sentencing and at ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, March, 2014. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 15no. 1 )
      CONTENTS:|Juvenile lifers look forward to resentencing: Court rules Miller v. Alabama applies retroactively, by Mel Beckman|Grady Porter - Recipient of the Restorative Justice Award, February 14, 2014, by Joanna ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, March, 2015. 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 16no. 1 )
      CONTENTS:|There are bright spots in prison, by Teela A. Mickles|The prospect for prison reform is good—as far as it goes, by John Krejci|Scott R. Frakes appointed to head the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services|Testimony ...