Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, December, 2014.
Beckman, Mel (editor)
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CONTENTS:Two prison reports present major challenges to the Legislature, by John Krejci2nd Chance dollars at work in Doug-las County: The Reentry Initiatives Council, by Mel BeckmanProposals sought for LB 907 Voca-tional and Life Skills Programs, by John KrejciParole “model” was changed in 2008Juvenile life without parole cases can go back to court now, by Mel BeckmanPrison Rape Elimination ACT (PREA): Are Nebraska prisons complying?The Nebraska Board of ParoleParolees doing well in the communityReflections on current events and tak-ing responsibility, by Bob Hunt"On the Run: Fugitive Life in an American City By Alice Goffman" : Review by Amy BirkyThe Pardons Board could (and should) commute the sentences of more aging prisoners serving life terms, by Mel BeckmanPrisoner organization efforts impeded by N.S.P. Administration, by Wopashitwe Mondo Eyen we LangaA Chance for Freedom, by Teela MicklesRestorative Justice Award given to Stu Dornan, by Joanna LindbergNews and MiscellaneousLetters