Justice Policy Journal - Volume 1, Number 2 - Spring 2003
From the editor
By Daniel Macallair, MPA
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with the Justice Policy Journal.
By Edward Pabon, Ph.D., George S. Yacoubian, Jr., Ph.D., Randall G. Shelden, Michelle Hussong, Sue Mahan, and Christopher Cooper
This volume of the Justice Policy Journal features five informational articles. They deal with balancing justice and racism in the juvenile justice field; findings from the national household survey on drug abuse; juvenile crime, adult adjudication, and the death penalty; pregnant girls and moms in detention, and lastly unlawful motives and race-based arrests for minor offenses.
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