Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, June 2007.
Beckman, Mel (editor)
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CONTENTS:Nebraska Department of Correctional Services Behavioral Health Transformation: History and Current Status, by Cameron S. WhiteLancaster County Juvenile Drug Court: a “problem-solving” court, by Sara HoyleDouglas County “concretizes” support for community corrections, by Mel BeckmanWhen a Pardons Board is politicized, can a minor incarcerated for life ever hope for a hearing and a second chance? by Shakur AbdullahNew legislation is approved to prevent the build up of child support debt by inmates while in prison and unable to pay, by Mel BeckmanText of new legislation declaring that a reduction of income by incarceration is involuntary for purposes of child support order modificationsDirector Houston dialogues with Family & Friends of Inmates, by John KrejciNorfolk - first stop for sex offenders under new civil commitment legislation, by Mel BeckmanThe Nebraska Legislature’s definition of a “dangerous” sex offenderFamily orientation program at the Corre- tional Youth Facility is appreciated.Inmate access to the courts: New draft and promulgation of rules needed, by Paul PserrosLettersBits and Pieces