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Justice Policy Journal - Volume 1, Number 1 - Summer 2001

(ISSN 1530-3012 )


From the editor

By Daniel Macallair, MPA

Editorial Statement

Manuscripts submitted to the Justice Policy Journal cannot have been published elsewhere, including the Internet. They cannot be under consideration by another journal or publication outlet. Upon publication, author(s) must sign a Copyright Agreement with the Justice Policy Journal.

Justice Policy Journal Volume 1, Number 1: August 2001

By C. Daniel Vencill, Zagros Sadjadi, Daniel P. Mears, Dr. Andrew Karmen, Hans H. Selvog, and Janet Davidson-Coronado

This volume of the Justice Policy Journal addresses a variety of very important criminal and juvenile justice topics.  This volume includes information on the allocation of the California drug war costs; critical challenges in addressing the mental health needs of juvenile offenders; smarter policing and stepped-up imprisonment as the primary causes of falling crime rates in New York City; moral panic and sex offenders; and lastly parole violators and prison crowding in Hawaii.

Keywords: California, crime trends, criminalization, Hawai'i, law enforcement, mental health, New York, parole, population management, recidivism, sex offenders, social services, state policy, substance use, youth

Posted in Volume 1

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