Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, March 2006.
Beckman, Mel (editor)
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CONTENTS:Where The Rubber Hits The Road: Will The Legislature Adequately Fund Community Corrections? by John KrejciNebraska Ex-Felons Can Vote! Primary Election Day Is May 9, 2006ACLU Study Finds Inadequate Medical And Mental Health Care In County Jails In NebraskaTecumseh, The Department Of Corrections, And Racial Issues Revisited, by John KrejciSex Offenders And Keeping The “Public” In Public Safety, by Mel BeckmanResidency Restrictions on Sex Offenders: A Position Statement of the Nebraska Domestic Violence Sexual Assault Coalition“Must” Reading For Incarcerated Sex Offenders And Their Families, by Mel BeckmanNebraska’s 2006 “Year Of The Juror” To Promote Juries Representative Of Their CommunitiesIncarcerated Fathers Stay In Contact With Their Children: The “Read To Me” Program, by Earl WestAdvocates For Justice: Beatrice Organization Completes Five Years Of Non-Profit ServiceWhat Can Be Learned From Correctional Practices Abroad? The United KingdomLay Oversight of Prisons: Independent Monitoring Boards In The United Kingdom, by Jennifer Scurfield.Trust Provides Extra Dollars For Prisoner Education In England and WalesThe Serious And Violent Offender Reentry ProgramRequest For New Legislation Regarding Prison Disciplinary SanctionsLB 1257: A Bill To Provide For A Prisoner Re- Entry CourtLettersBits and Pieces