Justice Policy Journal - Volume 1, Number 1 - Summer 2001
(ISSN 1530-3012 )
From the editor
By Daniel Macallair, MPA
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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.
Posted in Volume 1
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