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Federal Funds Provided by the U. S. Department of Justice Final Report

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Raising Responsible and Resourceful Youth

By: John J. Wilson

...oblem solving, anger management, and ways to give and get support. Several studies of this training series have revealed that parents and teachers wer... ...or other than the program devel- oper. Outcome data from numerous research studies show clear evidence of program effectiveness. u Exemplary II. The p... ...ental design with a randomized sample. Outcome data from numerous research studies show clear evidence of program effectiveness. u Model. The program ... ...most recent and reliable Federal statistics and fall under the subsections Economic Security, Health, Behavior and Social Envi- ronment, and Education...

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...eded to help explain the relative effectiveness of various interventions. Special studies focusing on specific victim (e.g., shelter clients) or offe... ...victims and the circumstances of the crimes must include gender, race, age, socio-economic status, etc., and be reported to legislators and public he... ...victims and the circumstances of the crimes must include gender, race, age, socio-economic status, etc., and be reported to legislators and public he... ...eded to help explain the relative effectiveness of various interventions. Special studies focusing on specific victim (e.g., shelter clients) or offe... ...Fox, 1998; National Clearinghouse for the Defense of Battered Women, 1994). Other studies suggest much lower levels of reporting, from as low as two ... ...use for the Defense of Battered Women, 1994; Sotello, 1998; Walker-Hooper, 1981). Economic hardships include the lack of a relatively high paying .jo... ...unity Solutions) Paz Casa Segura (South Bay Community (EYE) 2 3 M8F <la M&amp;F MBF M8F MBF < 11 M&amp;amp;lt;12 BF yes' Yes Yes' yes5 Yes Yes ... ...previously witnessed abuse (64% versus 49%), when domestic violence charges had pr&amp;iously been filed against the batterer (66% versus 57%), and when...

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Jefferson's Manual

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Federal Funds Provided by the U. S. Department of Justice Final Report

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...fits, the creation of the Nalional Capital Revitalization Corporation for economic development, and funding the Superior Court of the District of Co... ...d Note(;: 2.087 defendant records were missing data on marital status. Ano&amp;r 457 were missing data on gender. - - Table 2.10. Marital status of fe... ...re missing on a significant portion of cases; for example, data on social economic status (employment and education level combined) were missing for ... ...the regression results from equations 2 and 3, which use the fewest socio-economic variables. These regressions are based on the largest number of ob...

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News Release United States Government Printing Office

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Federal Funds Provided by the U. S. Department of Justice Final Report

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...ies compiled by the Bureau of Justice Statistics. Additionally, we conducted case studies of recent sentencing and correctional reforms in seven sta... ...ota, New York, North Carolina, Oregon, Texas, and Virginia). Data for these case studies were obtained from interviews with state officials, analyse... ... from the mid-1980s through the early 1990s an increasing tendency on the part of political leaders of both parties to focus on crime in the early 1... ...system the federal government‘s own truth-in-sentencing law, passed in 1984 the political environment in and around Washington, D. C., in 1993 and... ...nders? Increasing sentence severity €or serious and violent offenders has been a politically popular policy reform throughout the early 199Os, whet... ...ed any ‘Get Twgh’ legislation 01 polices in the past 10 years? No YO @obQ. 12) @o&amp;QQ.2) others: (specify) 0 1 19- Truthinsentencing 1 2 3 4 v&amp;of... ...tion of parole & good time credits) 1 2 3 4 mandatory sentence minimums 1 2 3 4 R&amp;uc&amp;n/eiirnimth of age for mandatory wake6 of juveniles to adult co... ... Department of Justice. .- QV 42 usc Q 13701' [set. 20101J DEFINITONS Unkss ot&amp;wisc piovidcd, for purposes of this subtittc- .-- (A) tbe cart m... ...em Versus Individual Responsibility, Irvington-on-Hudson, NY: The Foundation for Economic Education, 1996. Bureau of Justice Assistance, National A...

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Rules of the House of Representatives

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Federal Funds Provided by the U. S. Department of Justice Final Report

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Jefferson's Manual

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Federal Funds Provided by the U. S. Department of Justice Final Report

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...gy at University of Texas-El Paso. Smithey received her Ph.D. from Texas A&amp;M University in 1994. While at Texas A&amp;M University, she served at the Pr... ... articles appear in journals such as Journal of Family Violence, Homicide Studies, Deviant Behavior, and Women & Criminal Justice. Susanne E. Green ... ...l Paso in 1998. Her academic areas and research interests include feminist studies, the family, and family violence. Her master’s thesis is titled Ad... ...ournals such as American Journal of Police, Crime and Delinquency, Police Studies, Justice Ouarterly, and Policing: An International Journal of Poli... ...on the part of the officer or the presumption of guilt solely on the socio-economic 19 U.S. Department of Justice. those of the author(s) and do not... ...f prosecution suggest these officers are malleable in regard to the recent political and philosophical changes toward violence against women and towa... ...tered women sta?] in batterin,q relationships is that they don’t have the economic resources to leave Men we more likely than women to reJpontl to c... ...itted to the U.S. Department of Justice. This report they do not have the economic resources to leave; and men are more likely to respond to conflict... ...f prosecution suggest these officers are malleable in regard to the recent political and philosophical changes toward violence against women and towa...

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Youth with Mental Health Disorders: Issues and Emerging Responses

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... jails have once again become surro- gate mental hospitals.” Various other studies have confirmed that large propor- tions of individuals in the Natio... ... are involved in the juvenile justice sys- tem. There are no good national studies on the number of such youth who come in contact with the juve- nile... ...e general population. This is a major conclusion drawn from a review of 34 studies (Otto et al., 1992) and is also consistent with the finding that me... ...ful models and tools are emerging. Much more is needed—funding, social and political will, and further research—but the foun- dation of a recognition ... ...chiatry. Schwartz, I.M., ed. 1999. The Annals of the Ameri- can Academy of Political and Social Science: Will the Juvenile Court System Survive? Thous...

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Federal Funds Provided by the U. S. Department of Justice Final Report

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...o, Vitaliano, & Proctor, 1986; Marshall & Hall, 1995). Moreover, cluster analytic studies of sex offenders have yielded inconsistent results across ... ...er, Peed, & Eastman, 1995; Chantry & Craig, 1994). Regretfully, only a handful of studies using the MCMI with sexual offenders have been carried out... ... Cognitive Distortions and Immaturity, and Justifications). In a cluster analytic studies of sex offenders (Kalichman et al., 1989; Schlank, 1995) o... ...UTE SAD1 FAC = MEAN.S(SAD7,SAD14.SAD16,SAD17,SAD27,SAD51 ,SAD58, . SAD64,SAD74,SAD&amp;4) 3,. SXD2FAC -- Synergisx -- This f2ctor captures what has been... ... 43 'i firssettins or ascn SXJS3 f -- ,I .. ,I assault or assault md barierb. (-A&amp;B) (noc a f SAJ47 i ................................................ ...................................................... i sexual offense) f weapon (A&amp;B n./DJY) (not a sexual 45 i assault and baK?q. with a Gacgerocs ... ...ftercare Strategies influence outcomes. shifts in coping skills, changes in socio-economic status, and correctional costs. Drawing on sites where th...

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Weed and Seed in Sites Magazine

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... Office of Management and Budget ........................... 7 Council of Economic Advisors ................................... 8 Council on Environ... ...d States Agency for International Development ... 202 United States-China Economic and Security Review Commission .....................................

...ent ... 4 White House Office ... 4 Office of Policy Development ... 6 Office of Administration ... 7 Office of Management and Budget ... 7 Council of Economic Advisors ... 8 Council on Environmental Quality ... 8 Office of the U.S. Trade Representative ... 8 Office of Science and Technology Policy ... 9 Office of National Drug Control Policy ... 10 DEPARTMENTS Department o...

..... 6 Office of Administration ............................................ 7 Office of Management and Budget ........................... 7 Council of Economic Advisors ................................... 8 Council on Environmental Quality .......................... 8 Office of the U.S. Trade Representative .................. 8 Office of Science and Technology Policy .........

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Federal Funds Provided by the U. S. Department of Justice Final Report

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...ENT CRIME Bruce L. Benson DeVoe L. Moore and Distinguished Research Professor of Economics Department of Economics Florida State University Talla... ...on@coss.fsu.edu David W. Rasmussen Director, DeVoe L. Moore Center Professor of Economics Florida State University Tallahassee, F'L 32306-2220 U... ... of Alcohol Control Policies on the Incidence of Criminal Acts: Evidence from the Economics Literature ..................................... -44- 2.... ...rirdrsand if after committing the crime they are apprehended, hdshe may blame theak&amp;uH&amp;-.-- hisher actions. Note that the primary difference between ... ... punishment, something the authors argue may not actually exisk-As such, thedistrib&amp;m of risk - - *Most theoretical models of crime in economics are ... ...Markowitz and ___- -Gmssrnaa@99~ . asedapon-the-fosmal models of domestic violencP&amp;Lmgp.t.---_-- - (1983) and Tauchen et a]. (1991). Using their not... ...e attitudes that lead to reductions (or increases) in alcohol consumption lead to political support for high {or low) beer taxes (the-drinking age va... ...e membership in the National Rifle Association is more likely to be influenced by’political ideology than by crime rates. The second set of variables... ...0- 659. Becker, Gary S. “Crime and Punishment: An Economic Approach,” Journal of Political Economy 76 (March/April 1968): 169-217. 0 Bedau, Hugo A...

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M.C. Meigs : Chapter 4—1856

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...I went to the reception of Secretary Davis tonight. Very cold day. I made some studies of the window and door frames of the prin- cipal story of the e... ...103 The issue of whether to admit Kansas as a free or a slave territory caused political strife through- out 1855 and 1856. On August 1, 1856, the Hou... ...e public grounds is upon the Kan- sas question, 103 in which they all seek the political capital. An attempt is being made by the House of Representat... ...r part of the day has, I trust, been a means of keeping down the excitement of political parties in other places. Great anxiety is felt for the result...

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Federal Funds Provided by the U. S. Department of Justice Final Report

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... of New York, on the Canadian and Vermont borders. The area has not shared in the economic upswing of the mid- 1990s. The county is largely rural, w... ...se. In Clinton County, “Dora”, who uses a wheelchair, is dependent on “Sam” both economically and physically, since they live in a second-story apar...

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Homicide : What Can Do to Improve Clearance Rates Homicide : What Can Do to Improve Clearance Rates

By: Charles Wellford

...The homicide study’s review of existing literature revealed no comparative studies or systematic attempts to understand homicide clearance. The few st... ...custody of the evidence. Where Do We Go From Here? Only four substantial studies of the prevalence and incidence of drug- facilitated rape were unde... ...challenges to solving interoperability problems is the organizational and political obstacles of making decisions that cross geographic and politica... ...ci- sions commonly find coordination to be extremely difficult because of political preferences, competing priorities in resources, and the complexi... ... the funding that’s made this possible is very secure, in part because the political situation in this country is such that the Federal gov- ernment w... ... For example, we have very little research underway on organized crime, on economic crimes, and on emerging issues, such as cybercrime. Those require ... ...-percent setaside, we would be able to tackle things like organized crime, economic crime, estimates of offending, and a list of unmet research priori... ...tful. By far, the most insidious cause of negative parent- ing is poverty. Economic stress, whether chronic or acute, increases the risk for negative ... ... by Helene Raskin White, Rutgers State University, and D.M. Gorman, Texas A&amp;M University. n “Criminal Justice Discovers Information Technology,” by Ma...

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Federal Funds Provided by the U. S. Department of Justice Final Report

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...xities of implementation that we recommend should be taken into account in future studies of the impact of federal legislation. These findings are ... ... the impact of federal legislation. These findings are based on comparative case studies of approaches for reducing violence against women that wer... ...very different from each other in terms of demographic characteristics, cultures, political orientation, forms of government, and - at the time VAWA... ...ncies, ' Twenty criteria for selecting study sites included these: geographic and political variation among sites, counties encompassing urban, subu... ...s’ immediate needs and to provide longer-term support needed by victims to become economically and legally independent from their batterers. Findin... .................................................................................... Political action ..................................................... ...ting victims’ decisions to take steps to become emotionally, psychologically, and economically independent of their abusers - even if those decisions... ... from the HAWC advocate ready access to the emotional, social, psychological, and economic support they need to leave abusive partners. The Unit pro... ...out more effective full faith and credit policies. (SE) 1999 Implementation of AT&amp;T language line to provide 24 bourn day per week telephone transl...

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Breaking the Cycle of Drug Use Among Juvenile Offenders

By: Duane C. Mcbride

...and involves a wide variety of associated behaviors, socio demographic and economic characteristics, and other situational variables (McBride & McCoy,... ...a (such as urine and hair testing) in a wide variety of national and local studies. Prevalence data from the Monitoring the Future study show that amo... ...98 (Johnston et al., in preparation). While no large-scale epidemiological studies have been conducted to determine diagnosable adolescent substance u... ...ons, focusing on ethnic identification rather than race, addressing socio economic status as it interacts with ethnicity, and self awareness of preju... ...an be difficult for many facilities to handle. Large-scale epidemiological studies of co-occurring disorders have not yet been undertaken for adolesce... ...e and substance abuse treatment systems. Within drug court collaboratives, political leadership of community collaboratives follows various formats. S... ...3 specifically targeted toward high-risk youth. This makes good social and economic sense since “the determinants of drug abuse are generally the same...

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Federal Funds Provided by the U. S. Department of Justice Final Report

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...s of the types of data available, ArcView functions, how to create maps, and case studies detailing how other police agencies had used mapping. In ...

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Presentation to Be Made by F. Ned Dikmen, Publisher of Great Lakes Boating Magazine at the Ocean Policy Commission Meeting on September 24, 2002

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...ht have been avoided, had communities required independent market research studies to be conducted prior to development. Marinas obviously do not fil... ...xpected to continue to grow. With last September’s tragic events, consumer studies have shown that time spent with family is the number one priority ...

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Federal Funds Provided by the U. S. Department of Justice Final Report

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...followed by the cost of the digital signal processor. Lf future marketing studies should determine that high sales volumes can be achieved, the part...

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Federal Funds Provided by the U. S. Department of Justice Final Report

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...d risk factors for intimate partner violence including stressors related to work, economic status, and role transitions (e.g. pregnancy), as well as ... ...iences, education, fertility, alcohol use, employment histories, kin contact, and economic and psychological well being. NSFH Wave 2. Five years aft... .... Aldarondo, 1994; Straus, 1990; Straus, Gelles, & Steinmetz, 1980). Longitudinal studies would be most appropriate for examinations of patterns of ... ..., the literature in this area is still lacking. For example relatively few of the studies have used large samples (e.g. (Wofford, Mihalic, & Menard,... ...ord, Mihalic, & Menard, 1994) ). In fact, many of what can be considered landmark studies in this area have relied on relatively small samples (Alda...

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... relationship between reports of a gang presence and county-level social, economic, and demographic characteristics. The second component of this st... ... responses to three waves (1 996, 1997,1998) of the NYGS, (2) county-level economic and demographic data, (3) a rural-urban classification and county... ...ta, (3) a rural-urban classification and county-level measures of primary economic activity, and (4) county-level data on access to interstate highwa... ...nd rural areas is almost nonexistent. There is no body of systematic field studies of gangs in rural communities. Most case studies of gangs in small... ...ge, such as the survey of gangs in North Carolina by Oehme (1 997). Other studies (e.g., Maxson, 1998) include small jurisdictions, but do not distin... ...ommunity is explicitly listed as an important theoretical concern in gang studies (e.g., Monti, 1993; Spergel, 1995), the concept of community is le... ...context that shapes the local community. Many local social, economic, and political functions are organized at the community level with the county s... ...ng social problem” within counties. It also relates closely to social and political issues of gang intervention programming and policy making. Beyon... ...mber: NCJ 171 153. McCorkle, Richard C. and Terance D. Meithe (1998). The political and organizational response to gangs: An examination of a “moral...

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Weed and Seed in Sites Magazine

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...king with local communities to develop solutions that deter crime, promote economic growth, and enhance quality of life.” The Department of Justice is... ...rate-income people into the banking system in order to help improve their economic opportunities and quality of life. But I have not always been a “... ...my career was spent at the local level working on implementing community, economic, and housing development projects and programs. The Community Capa... ...t. De- veloped in 2002 by Original Aurora Resident Angela Badilla-Gonzalez studies for her GED. IN sites MAGAZINE What’s Working 24 NEIGHBORHOOD RES...

...an exciting concept that brings into focus our agency’s core mission of working with local communities to develop solutions that deter crime, promote economic growth, and enhance quality of life.” The Department of Justice is my third federal employer. Previously, I served as the Area Director for the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) in Los Angeles. More r...

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Federal Funds Provided by the U. S. Department of Justice Final Report

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... POLICIES ON THE INCIDENCE OF VIOLENT CRIME \ by Bruce L. Benson Department of Economics Florida State University Tallahassee, FL 32306-2220 US... ...mail: bbenson @coss.fsu.edu DeVoe L. Moore and Distinguish4,Research Professor of Economics ,I, I David W. Rasmussen Director, DeVoe L. Moore Cen... ...onomics ,I, I David W. Rasmussen Director, DeVoe L. Moore Center Professor of Economics Florida State University Tallahassee, FL 32306-2220 US... ...ior only for some persons in some situations. (emphasis added) I Many empirical studies suggest that the consumption of alcohol and the incidence ... ...the propensity to commit violent acts. . COMRENTARY ON PREVIOUS ALCOHOL-VIOLENCE STUDIES One critical factor that is almost always cited to explain... ...l behavior are deterrence factors. However, most of the previous alcohol-violence studies do not explicitly control for the effects of deterrence. Wh...

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Jefferson's Manual

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...aucracy, provides mechanisms for resolving social conflicts and encourages economic and social innovation. This projeci addressed the problem of prov... ...tp://212.56.195.172), the Supreme Court (http://www.rol.md/curt-supr), the Economic Court (http://www.rol.md/Econ), the Attorney General’s office (ht... ...oundation, in turn, prepared the required semi-annual reports and _-_ - __&amp;__ - - ,’ .... .- - ..- ._ ., . I .--- . ~ ..- _._ ilj - r*-x quarterly f... ...dfc 8. Department of Customs (2/19/00) htto://212.56.195.172 9. Supreme Economic Court (4/20/00) http://www.rol.md/Econ I 10. Ministry of Intern...

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M.C. Meigs : Chapter 1—1853

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...g that Mr. Brooks, 18 the superintendent, was a Whig and was influenced by his political feelings in employing laborers. The President directs me to s... ...uilty of any improper conduct, nor that these three men had been discharged on political grounds. [MAY] 20TH. Mr. Burgess 19 spent the morning adjusti... ...g him that I believed their state- ment as to Brooks having been influenced by political feelings in his selection of laborers was false. Mr. Byington...

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Contents : Weed and Seed in Sites Magazine

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...shing an effective RI sys- tem include funding limitations, organizational/political obstacles, outdated equipment, lack of planning, too few channels... ...ar egional park. The extensive collabo- ration has brought other important economic development opportunities for the area. Montgomery was select- ed ... ...er hard- ware, software, networking, and tech- nology. Its goal is to give economically disadvantaged students who have done well in school (GPA of 3.... ...eed to become laboratory and research specialists. A 19-credit-hour Career Studies Cer- tificate in biotechnology was designed for individuals who alr... ...oncentrating them in the target area to reduce crime, foster hous- ing and economic development, support prevention activities, encourage education an...

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Federal Funds Provided by the U. S. Department of Justice Final Report

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...and second, coordinating a detailed product review of the three modules. G&amp;H International, L.L.C., provided liaison services with the Offices of Sc... ...Fax: (801) 626-7978 E-mail: pwherry@cc.weber.edu BUS: (801) 626-6990 ' G&amp;H International Services, LLC 1747 Pennsylvania Ave, NW, Suite 700 Wash... ... Tony Basil. Sincerely, Mac A. Stewart Associate Provost, Undergraduate Studies Dean, University College/Continuing Education This document is a ... ... Tony Basil. Sincerely, Mac A. Stewart Associate Provost, Undergraduate Studies Dean, University College/Continuing Education This document is a ... ...gsOfUShgtfKWebwa source of materid; Ume is no guarantee that sites will mn&amp;n vi&amp;&. OneMicer prqmsda straw pde on how many offices hadacast~ a comput...

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Gpo Provides Technical Support for New Supreme Court Web Site

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Federal Funds Provided by the U. S. Department of Justice Final Report

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...of improvement are not sufficient to overcome the more powerful social and economic forces that facilitated their involvement in criminal activities.... ...-related arrests of youthful offenders. This growth was sustained by wide political support and the popular appeal of such programs. Studies of the i... ...ontinued growth and modification, include: 0 0 Boot camps have become a politically acceptable form of intermediate sanctions for offenders; 0 B... ...e become one of the few types of corrections programs where it has become politically acceptable to emphasize treatment programming; 0 Boot camps a... ...ams ($50,000 from Department of Education and $1 15,000 from Department of Economic Security). 0 All Shock program participants have their educatio... ...ty. IIP-eligible inmates are screened at a reception and classification (R&amp;C) center, for a period of usually up to two weeks. Under ideal circumsta... ...e entering the program (after expecting to be admitted immediately after R&amp;C processing) and become discouraged. These factors increase the likelihoo... ...aduate. Reducing the IIP graduate average length of stay to include only R&amp;C processing and the 120 days of active participation would eliminate 1.7... ...ed for substantial period of time to overcome the more powerful social and economic forces that facilitated their involvement in criminal activities....

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Gpo Announces New Award for Federal Depository Library of the Year

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Federal Funds Provided by the U. S. Department of Justice Final Report

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... and their survival Incarcerated women embody in one group many of the social and economic problems *e This document is a research report submitted... ...rincipal Investigator, Dr. Kathryn Quina, URI Professor of Psychology and Women's Studies, has expertise in gender issues, including sequelae of chil... ...ther the individual is "back in" or "still out." While this issue is an important economic question (Donziger, 19%), we felt it was important to ackn... ... criminal behaviors. Illegal behaviors are complex, and take place in contexts of economic and social constraints; nevertheless, Brown has applied th... ...eflect the official position or policies of the U.S. Department of Justice. NIJ iW&amp;CE-VX-0012 Final Report Confidence in Skills Vocational Substan... ... of Corrections Vomen's Facility, will evaluate he i-ntengve di~h~ge~lamiIJg mce&amp;lfrDoc has institutedowr a variety of interventions three years.... ...ts in the identification and elimination of negative stereotypes (Boss, 1994;Giles&amp;EyIer,l994;Greene&amp;Diehn,l 995), promotes awareness of one’s own v... ...enders: Incarceration as intervention. International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, Washington D.C. Assessing the psychological and social ne... ...ed Presidential Plenary Panel at the Northeastern Association of Criminal Justice Studies, Bristol, RI. Included papers: Quina, K., Richman, R., Var...

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Applications on Gpo Access

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...enate Calendar Davis-Bacon Wage Determinations Deschler’s Precedents Economic Indicators Economic Report of the President Federal Register ...

...ngressional Record Index (CRI) Congressional Reports Daily House Calendar Daily Senate Calendar Davis-Bacon Wage Determinations Deschler’s Precedents Economic Indicators Economic Report of the President Federal Register Final House Calendar Final Senate Calendar GAO Comptroller General Decisions GAO Reports Government Information Locator Service (GILS) Records History of B...

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Federal Funds Provided by the U. S. Department of Justice Final Report

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...ed Evaluation Premises and Protocols Executivc Summary Straight & Narrow, Inc. (S&amp;N), with the participat$on of the New Jerscy Dcpartment of Correc... ...e following three programs, designcd for New' Jersey prisoners and parolees: - S&amp;N's comprehensive aftercare program that follows primary residenti... ...l treatment, with a specially designed residential program as requested by DOC; S&amp;N's unique work therapy treatment modality, on which long-term, pr... ... intervkw was developed for the purpose of providing a common core instrument for studies of substance abusing populations. It includes the followin... ...a research director and research assistant. Dr. Magura set out to gather baseline studies that include aftercare and work therapy as substance abuse...

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Rules of the House of Representatives, With Notes and Annotations

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...ent request (Feb. 1, 1996, p. 2260); and requiring the Chair to respond to political commentary (June 25, 1998, p. ——). The Chair may clarify a prior ...

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