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Pubfair: A Distributed Framework For Open Publishing Services. Version 2, November 27, 2019, Tony Ross-Hellauer, Benedikt Fecher, Kathleen Shearer, Eloy Rodrigues Nov 2019

Pubfair: A Distributed Framework For Open Publishing Services. Version 2, November 27, 2019, Tony Ross-Hellauer, Benedikt Fecher, Kathleen Shearer, Eloy Rodrigues

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Over the last thirty years, digitally-networked technologies have disrupted traditional media, turning business models on their head and changing the conditions for the creation, packaging and distribution of content. Yet, scholarly communication still looks remarkably as it did in the pre-digital age. The primary unit of dissemination remains the research article (or book in some disciplines), and today’s articles still bear a remarkable resemblance to those that populated the pages of Oldenburg’s Philosophical Transactions 350 years ago. In an age of such disruptive innovation, it is striking how little digital technologies have impacted scholarly publishing; and this is ...


Federal Research: Additional Actions Needed To Improve Public Access To Research Results, John Neumann Nov 2019

Federal Research: Additional Actions Needed To Improve Public Access To Research Results, John Neumann

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Why GAO Did This Study --Research and development helps catalyze breakthroughs that improve the overall health and wellbeing of our society. Federal research and development expenditures averaged about $135 billion annually for fiscal years 2015 to 2017. According to OSTP, providing free public access to federally funded research results can improve both the impact and accountability of this important federal investment. In February 2013, OSTP directed federal agencies with more than $100 million in annual research and development expenditures to develop a plan to support increased public access to the results of federally funded research.

GAO was asked to examine ...


Open Access: Could Defeat Be Snatched From The Jaws Of Victory?, Richard Poynder Nov 2019

Open Access: Could Defeat Be Snatched From The Jaws Of Victory?, Richard Poynder

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When news broke early in 2019 that the University of California had walked away from licensing negotiations with the world’s largest scholarly publisher (Elsevier), a wave of triumphalism spread through the OA Twittersphere. The talks had collapsed because of Elsevier’s failure to offer UC what it demanded: a new-style Big Deal in which the university got access to all of Elsevier’s paywalled content plus OA publishing rights for all UC authors – what UC refers to as a “Read and Publish” agreement. In addition, UC wanted Elsevier to provide this at a reduced cost.1 Given its size ...


Florida’S Public Records Law: Its Role In A Tragedy During Hurricane Irma, Patrick Sheehan Nov 2019

Florida’S Public Records Law: Its Role In A Tragedy During Hurricane Irma, Patrick Sheehan

Theses from the College of Journalism and Mass Communications

The Facts:On September 10, 2017, Hurricane Irma made landfall in Florida, and wreaked havoc across the state causing structural damage, flooding, and power outages. Among those effected by the power outage was the Hollywood Hills Rehabilitation Center, a nursing home in Hollywood, Florida. In preparation of the impending storm, the governor of Florida, Rick Scott, held “teleconference calls (Spencer, Kennedy, Licon, & Associated Press, 2018),”with nursing home and hospital officials, as well as emergency managers. During these conference calls, Scott gave top nursing home executives his personal cell phone number and told these executives should they experience any issues ...


The Fair Open Access Breakdown Of Publication Services And Fees, Fair Open Access Alliance, Saskia De Vries Nov 2019

The Fair Open Access Breakdown Of Publication Services And Fees, Fair Open Access Alliance, Saskia De Vries

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The Fair Open Access Alliance (FOAA) is pleased to present its Breakdown of Publication Services and Fees. A few years ago, FOAA invited several publishers and platforms in a consortium to formulate a response to the ORE call. Members of that group continued to meet informally to discuss the future of academic publishing in Fair Open Access. Specifically, discussions between FOAA and these individual publishers centered on identifying a set of service baskets that could group the various service components provided by an academic publisher, in the context of the price transparency requirement set forth by Plan S. Based on ...


A Roadmap For Action: Academic Community Control Of Data Infrastructure, Sparc, Claudio Aspesi, Nicole Allen, Raym Crow, Shawn Daugherty, Heather Joseph, Joseph Mcarthur, Nick Shockey Nov 2019

A Roadmap For Action: Academic Community Control Of Data Infrastructure, Sparc, Claudio Aspesi, Nicole Allen, Raym Crow, Shawn Daugherty, Heather Joseph, Joseph Mcarthur, Nick Shockey

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The need for academic institutions to act to retain control of infrastructure, data and data analytics is here to stay. It is critical for academic leaders to acknowledge that data and its uses play a central role in the operations and the future of their institutions, and take control of how it is managed as a strategic asset.

The time to act is now. Many of the actions outlined in the Risk Mitigation section of this roadmap can be taken relatively quickly, and many institutions already have a head start on these processes in response to GDPR or other requirements ...


The Nebraska Transcript, Fall 2019, Vol. 52 No. 2 Oct 2019

The Nebraska Transcript, Fall 2019, Vol. 52 No. 2

The Nebraska Transcript

1 Dean's Message

2 Faculty Notes

6 Lenich retirement — Lenich retires after 35 years of service: Professor John Lenich reflects on his 35-year career at the College of Law.

10 Moberly named interim executive vice chancellor

11 Shavers named College's acting dean — Shavers appointed acting dean: Professor Anna Shavers serves as acting dean during Richard Moberly’s time as UNL’s interim executive vice chancellor

12 Jessica Shoemaker spends year as a Fulbright Chair in Canada— Shoemaker reflects on her year as a Fulbright Scholar: Professor Jessica Shoemaker spent the 2018-2019 academic year as the Fulbright Canada Research ...


Utilization Of Social Media In Giving Information Related To Activities And Performance Of Legislative Members (-A Case Study Of Women Legislative Members In The Aceh People's Representative Council (Dpra), Ainol Mardhiah, Dadang Rahmat Hidayat, Agus Rahmat, Nuryah Asri Sjafirah Sep 2019

Utilization Of Social Media In Giving Information Related To Activities And Performance Of Legislative Members (-A Case Study Of Women Legislative Members In The Aceh People's Representative Council (Dpra), Ainol Mardhiah, Dadang Rahmat Hidayat, Agus Rahmat, Nuryah Asri Sjafirah

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

The existence of communication media cannot be separated from everyday human life today. Social media provides extraordinary benefits for members of Aceh House of Representatives (DPRA) to get closer to its people. The use of social media to socialize the performance of board members, absorb aspirations and information from the public. The qualitative research method and the case study approach used in this study, this study intends to describe the use of social media in providing information related to the activities and performance of women legislative members in the DPRA in carrying out political communication in Aceh's local parliament ...


Documenting Land-Combustion And Progressive Law Enforcement In Indonesia, Helmi Helmi, Hartati Hartati, Hafrida Hafrida, Indriya Fathni, Harry Setya Setya Nugraha, Johni Najwan Sep 2019

Documenting Land-Combustion And Progressive Law Enforcement In Indonesia, Helmi Helmi, Hartati Hartati, Hafrida Hafrida, Indriya Fathni, Harry Setya Setya Nugraha, Johni Najwan

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

The right to obtain a good and healthy environment is a constitutional right of citizens expressly regulated in the 1945 Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia. However, this right has not been fully felt due to forest and land burning activities that occur every year in Sumatra and Kalimantan. For this reason, a condition for law enforcement is needed to solve the problem. This study basically answered two questions on how important is progressive law enforcement in burning forests? What is the concept of progressive law enforcement as intended?. Therefore, the findings stated that first, progressive law enforcement on forest-burning ...


Documenting Legal Protection Of Indigenous Forests In Realizing Indigenous Legal Community Rights In Jambi Province, Helmi Helmi, Hafrida Hafrida, Fitria Fitria, Johni Najwan Sep 2019

Documenting Legal Protection Of Indigenous Forests In Realizing Indigenous Legal Community Rights In Jambi Province, Helmi Helmi, Hafrida Hafrida, Fitria Fitria, Johni Najwan

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

Inauguration for the establishment of customary forests is a form of legal protection for the right management of indigenous people in Indonesia included in Jambi Province. The Forestry Law and government regulations as derivative products do not mention the legal form of establishing customary forests in Indonesia. While the Minister of Environment and Forestry's Regulation on Social Forestry, Forest Rights, Recognition and Protection of Local Wisdom in the Management of Natural Resources and the Environment confirms the legal form are called as the minister's decree. When it is associated with the nature of regional autonomy in accordance with ...


Towards Standard Information Privacy, Innovations Of The New General Data Protection Regulation, Ali Alibeigi, Abu Bakar Munir, Md Ershadulkarim, Adeleh Asemi Sep 2019

Towards Standard Information Privacy, Innovations Of The New General Data Protection Regulation, Ali Alibeigi, Abu Bakar Munir, Md Ershadulkarim, Adeleh Asemi

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

Protection of personal data in recent decades became more crucial affecting by emergence of the new technologies especially computer, internet, information and communications technology. However, Europeans felt this necessity at time and provided for up-to-date and supportive laws. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the latest legislation in EU to protect personal data of individuals based on the recent technological advancements. However, its’ domestic and international output still is debatable. This doctrinal legal study by using descriptive methods, aimed to evaluate the GDPR through analyzing and interpreting its’ provisions by especial focus on its’ innovations. The results show that ...


Accelerating Scholarly Communication: The Transformative Role Of Preprints, Andrea Chiarelli, Rob Johnson, Emma Richens, Stephen Pinfield Sep 2019

Accelerating Scholarly Communication: The Transformative Role Of Preprints, Andrea Chiarelli, Rob Johnson, Emma Richens, Stephen Pinfield

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Five take-away messages:

Early and fast dissemination, increased opportunities for feedback and openness are seen as the main benefits of preprints.

The main concerns over preprints are the lack of quality assurance, media potentially reporting inaccurate research and journals rejecting articles if a preprint has been posted.

Twitter has been playing a key enabling role in the current second wave of preprints and preprint servers. It also appears to be the main way researchers are exposed to preprints in the first place.

It is not clear who will be responsible for posting preprints in the long-term – researchers or publishers? This ...


Pubfair: A Framework For Sustainable, Distributed, Open Science Publishing Services, Tony Ross-Hellauer, Benedikt Fecher, Kathleen Shearer, Eloy Rodrigues Sep 2019

Pubfair: A Framework For Sustainable, Distributed, Open Science Publishing Services, Tony Ross-Hellauer, Benedikt Fecher, Kathleen Shearer, Eloy Rodrigues

Copyright, Fair Use, Scholarly Communication, etc.

Over the last thirty years, digitally-networked technologies have disrupted traditional media, turning business models on their head and changing the conditions for the creation, packaging and distribution of content. Yet, scholarly communication still looks remarkably as it did in the pre-digital age. The primary unit of dissemination remains the research article (or book in some disciplines), and today’s articles still bear a remarkable resemblance to those that populated the pages of Oldenburg’s Philosophical Transactions 350 years ago. In an age of such disruptive innovation, it is striking how little digital technologies have impacted scholarly publishing; and this is ...


Government Responses To Disinformation On Social Media Platforms: Argentina, Australia, Canada, China, Denmark, Egypt, European Union, France, Germany, India, Israel, Mexico, Russian Federation, Sweden, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, Ruth Levush Sep 2019

Government Responses To Disinformation On Social Media Platforms: Argentina, Australia, Canada, China, Denmark, Egypt, European Union, France, Germany, India, Israel, Mexico, Russian Federation, Sweden, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, Ruth Levush

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Comparative Summary by Ruth Levush, Senior Foreign Law Specialist, Law Library of Congress, Global Legal Research Directorate

Concerns regarding the impact of viral dissemination of disinformation on democratic systems of government, on political discourse, on public trust in state institutions, and on social harmony have been expressed by many around the world. These concerns are shared by countries with advanced economies as well as those with emerging and developing economies.

The term “disinformation” as used in this report refers to “false information deliberately and often covertly spread . . . in order to influence public opinion or obscure the truth.” Disinformation for this ...


Society Publishers Accelerating Open Access And Plan S - Final Project Report, Alicia Wise, Lorraine Estelle Sep 2019

Society Publishers Accelerating Open Access And Plan S - Final Project Report, Alicia Wise, Lorraine Estelle

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Wellcome, UKRI, and the Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers (ALPSP) commissioned Information Power Ltd to undertake a project to support society publishers to accelerate their transition to Open Access (OA) in alignment with Plan S and the wider move to accelerate immediate OA. This project is part of a range of activity that cOAlition S partners are taking forward to support the implementation of Plan S principles. 27 business models and strategies that can be deployed by publishers to transition successfully to OA were published. We surveyed society publishers about their experience of and interest in these models ...


Steering Science Through Output Indicators & Data Capitalism, Ulrich Herb Sep 2019

Steering Science Through Output Indicators & Data Capitalism, Ulrich Herb

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Since the mid-1920s, a scientist's performance was tracked by using bibliometric information such as the number of publications or their citations. Today, there are unprecedented possibilities for controlling science by analysing data on production and use of scientific information, so that citations only play a subordinate role in the evaluation of science. To illustrate this change, we take a look at the history of the Dutch publishing house Elsevier and its metamorphosis into a research intelligence service provider, because it ideally reflects the new possibilities of logging and controlling science. ...


Operationalizing The Big Collective Collection: A Case Study Of Consolidation Vs Autonomy, Lorcan Dempsey, Constance Malpas, Mark Sandler Aug 2019

Operationalizing The Big Collective Collection: A Case Study Of Consolidation Vs Autonomy, Lorcan Dempsey, Constance Malpas, Mark Sandler

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This is a discussion paper prepared in collaboration with the Big Ten Academic Alliance (BTAA) Library Initiatives. It presents a framework for operationalizing the BTAA collective collection. A collective collection is a collection managed collaboratively across a network of libraries. We have a very specific focus in this paper on the ”purchased” or print collection, acknowledging that other areas of library collections are sometimes managed collectively, digitized collections for example. The BTAA justifiably claims to be the premier academic collaboration in the US. Once described as “the world's greatest common market in education3,” it leverages the combined research and ...


Case Closure Among The Lancaster County’S Family Treatment Drug Court: The Role Of Personal Relationships, Chelsey Wisehart, Katherine Hazen, Matthew W. Carlson Aug 2019

Case Closure Among The Lancaster County’S Family Treatment Drug Court: The Role Of Personal Relationships, Chelsey Wisehart, Katherine Hazen, Matthew W. Carlson

Faculty Publications of the Center on Children, Families, and the Law

• Parent substance use is the second-leading cause for childrens’ removal from the home in Nebraska (Voices for Children, 2018) with 10-30% being removed again later on (Wulczyn et al., 2007).

• The theory of Therapeutic Jurisprudence suggests using a treatment-oriented approach to reduce recidivism and mitigate the negative psychological effects that the legal system may have on offenders (Fessinger et al., 2018).

• The Judge acts as a team leader for caseworkers and attorneys who use a collaborative approach in the Family Treatment Drug Court (FTDC).

• Team meetings between parents and court professionals include discussion about parents’ progress to help ensure a ...


Creating A “Good” Olmstead Plan For People With Serious Mental Illness: An Empirical Evaluation Of The Legal Frameworks, Andrea Avila Aug 2019

Creating A “Good” Olmstead Plan For People With Serious Mental Illness: An Empirical Evaluation Of The Legal Frameworks, Andrea Avila

Theses, Dissertations, and Student Research: Department of Psychology

Olmstead v. L.C. ex rel Zimring (1999) was a landmark US Supreme Court decision holding that unjustified segregation of people with disabilities is impermissible discrimination; specifically, if the clinician and client believe community integration to be appropriate, the state must have reasonable accommodations in place for the client to be in the community. Enforcement of the Olmstead decision for people with serious mental illness has taken many shapes, from the DOJ’s settlement agreements requiring substantive development of community mental health services and aggressive community integration protocols, to the Third Circuit approach which requires only lower census numbers in ...


The Law And Accessible Texts: Reconciling Civil Rights And Copyrights, Brandon Butler, Prue Adler, Krista Cox Jul 2019

The Law And Accessible Texts: Reconciling Civil Rights And Copyrights, Brandon Butler, Prue Adler, Krista Cox

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Executive Summary

Institutions of higher education (IHEs—colleges, community colleges, and universities) have a mission to provide all students, including those with disabilities (a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities), with opportunities for a rich, deep, and equitable learning experience, and to provide all researchers with access to a comprehensive and varied collection of information resources to support their work. Several disability rights laws create obligations for IHEs to ensure that students and researchers with disabilities have access to resources, including texts, at a level that is as close as reasonably possible to ...


“A World Not Dependent On Sales: Sustainable, Oa Monograph Publishing”--P2l3 Summary And Next Steps: P2l3 Meeting June 14, 2019, Detroit, Mi, Association Of University Presses, Association Of Research Libraries Jul 2019

“A World Not Dependent On Sales: Sustainable, Oa Monograph Publishing”--P2l3 Summary And Next Steps: P2l3 Meeting June 14, 2019, Detroit, Mi, Association Of University Presses, Association Of Research Libraries

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Table of Contents P2L3 Meeting Planning Committee 3 Land Acknowledgment 3 Participants 3 Introduction 5 Presentations 7 Opening Plenary: Generous Thinking Lightning Rounds Promising New Models: MIT and University of Michigan MIT University of Michigan Highlights from Roundtable Discussions 11 Digital Scholarship and Digital Humanities Flipping the Financial Model for Monographs Engaging with Library Communications and Development Next Steps for P2L 13 Endnotes 14

In choosing as its theme a “world not dependent on sales,” the P2L3 Meeting Planning Committee situated P2L in the context of a long-running Andrew W. Mellon Foundation–funded research and innovation agenda on monographs in ...


Media And Repository Support Unit, University Of Nebraska–Lincoln Libraries, Annual Report July 2018–June 2019, Deeann Allison, Linnea Fredrickson, Sue A. Gardner, Richard Graham, Paul Royster, John Wiese, Andrew Cano, Kate Kane, Jennifer L. Thoegersen Jul 2019

Media And Repository Support Unit, University Of Nebraska–Lincoln Libraries, Annual Report July 2018–June 2019, Deeann Allison, Linnea Fredrickson, Sue A. Gardner, Richard Graham, Paul Royster, John Wiese, Andrew Cano, Kate Kane, Jennifer L. Thoegersen

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Increasingly, libraries are recognizing the importance of providing access to the research output of their universities. In a June 10, 2019, news release from the provosts of the Big Ten Academic Alliance (BTAA) titled “Sustaining Values and Scholarship” (available at https://tinyurl.com/yyu94aa9), they state, “The Big Ten Academic Alliance will continue its advocacy for a sustainable and open ecosystem of publication. . . . Collectively, our institutions’ more than 50,000 faculty are supported by over $10 billion (2017) in research funding, and our institutions have similarly invested significantly in our capacity to further our missions to advance knowledge. Together, we ...


Appraisal Of Copyright Law Compliance Among Library Personnel In University Libraries In Nigeria, Josiah Chukwumaobi Nworie, Happiness Ogochukwu Nworie, Doris Chinyere Obiano Jul 2019

Appraisal Of Copyright Law Compliance Among Library Personnel In University Libraries In Nigeria, Josiah Chukwumaobi Nworie, Happiness Ogochukwu Nworie, Doris Chinyere Obiano

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

The study investigated compliance with Copyright Law among library personnel in university libraries in South-West, Nigeria. The purpose of the study was to determine the level of awareness of copyright law by library personnel and level of compliance with copyright law in selected university libraries in South West, Nigeria The study adopted the descriptive survey of the correlational design. The population of study was made up of 117 library personnel in university libraries in South West, Nigeria and the total enumeration technique was adopted, hence there was no sample. Questionnaire was used for data collection. 103 copies of questionnaire were ...


Concerns About Ice Detainee Treatment And Care At Four Detention Facilities, John V. Kelly Jun 2019

Concerns About Ice Detainee Treatment And Care At Four Detention Facilities, John V. Kelly

Papers from the Department of Homeland Security

In response to concerns raised by immigrant rights groups and complaints to the Office of Inspector General (OIG) Hotline about conditions for detainees held in U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) custody, we conducted unannounced inspections of four detention facilities to evaluate their compliance with ICE detention standards.

Overall, our inspections of four detention facilities revealed violations of ICE’s 2011 Performance-Based National Detention Standards, which set requirements for facilities housing detainees. This report summarizes findings on our latest round of unannounced inspections at four detention facilities housing ICE detainees. Although the conditions varied among the facilities and not ...


The Future Of Open Access Books: Findings From A Global Survey Of Academic Book Authors, Ros Pyne, Christina Emery, Mithu Lucraft, Anna Sophia Pinck Jun 2019

The Future Of Open Access Books: Findings From A Global Survey Of Academic Book Authors, Ros Pyne, Christina Emery, Mithu Lucraft, Anna Sophia Pinck

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This report presents the findings from an online survey conducted in February and March 2019 to gather author feedback on open access (OA) books. Survey questions were designed to build on previous studies of OA for journal authors, as well as previous research on OA books, to assess the current awareness, attitudes and behaviours of authors who have and have not previously published OA. The raw anonymised data has been made freely available under a CC BY licence.2 Of 5,509 responses, 2,542 book authors completed the survey, and only these responses have been analysed here. Of these ...


Open And Equitable Scholarly Communications: Creating A More Inclusive Future, Nancy Maron, Rebecca Kennison, Paul Bracke, Nathan Hall, Isaac Gilman, Kara Malenfant, Charlotte Roh, Yasmeen Shorish Jun 2019

Open And Equitable Scholarly Communications: Creating A More Inclusive Future, Nancy Maron, Rebecca Kennison, Paul Bracke, Nathan Hall, Isaac Gilman, Kara Malenfant, Charlotte Roh, Yasmeen Shorish

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For many years, the academic and research library workforce has worked to accelerate the transition to more open and equitable systems of scholarship. While significant progress has been made, barriers remain. The Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) seeks to stimulate further advances through this action- oriented research agenda, which is designed to provide practical, actionable information for academic librarians; include the perspectives of historically underrepresented communities in order to expand the profession’s understanding of research environments and scholarly communication systems; and point librarians and other scholars toward important research questions to investigate. This report represents a yearlong ...


Coalition S: Accelerating The Transition To Full And Immediate Open Access To Scientific Publications, Science Europe May 2019

Coalition S: Accelerating The Transition To Full And Immediate Open Access To Scientific Publications, Science Europe

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Part I: The Plan S Principles: “With effect from 2021, all scholarly publications on the results from research funded by public or private grants provided by national, regional and international research councils and funding bodies, must be published in Open Access Journals, on Open Access Platforms, or made immediately available through Open Access Repositories without embargo.”

Part II: Guidance on the Implementation of Plan S 1. Aim and Scope Plan S aims for full and immediate Open Access to peer-reviewed scholarly publications from research funded by public and private grants. cOAlition S, the coalition of research funders that have committed ...


Management Alert -- Dhs Needs To Address Dangerous Overcrowding Among Single Adults At El Paso Del Norte Processing Center (Redacted), John V. Kelly May 2019

Management Alert -- Dhs Needs To Address Dangerous Overcrowding Among Single Adults At El Paso Del Norte Processing Center (Redacted), John V. Kelly

Papers from the Department of Homeland Security

During the week of May 6, 2019, we visited five Border Patrol stations and two ports of entry in the El Paso area, including greater El Paso and eastern New Mexico, as part of our unannounced spot inspections of CBP holding facilities. We reviewed compliance with CBP’s Transport, Escort, Detention and Search (TEDS) standards, which govern CBP’s interaction with detained individuals, and observed dangerous holding conditions at the El Paso Del Norte Processing Center (PDT) Border Patrol processing facility, located at the Paso Del Norte Bridge, that require immediate attention. Specifically, PDT does not have the capacity to ...


Environmental Laws And Restrains Of Criminal Sanctions In India, Annapurna Pattnaik, Sabyasachi Das, Banalata Pradhan May 2019

Environmental Laws And Restrains Of Criminal Sanctions In India, Annapurna Pattnaik, Sabyasachi Das, Banalata Pradhan

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

The Issue Protection of environment has become one of the major global issues in 21st century. Man's conquest over the nature and his capacity to manipulate his environment through scientific and technological accomplishment has made him callous not only toward himself but towards other living creatures, plants, living organisms and macro-organisms. The technological advancement and economic developments have brought comforts to many, but unfavourable to our ecosystem in many ways. There are different kind of pollutions such as Water pollution, Air Pollution, Environmental pollution, Soil pollution, Oceanic pollution, food pollution, fossil fuel pollution etc. Many contaminations mixed in ...


Environmental Laws And Restrains Of Criminal Sanctions In India, Annapurna Pattnaik, Sabyasachi Das, Banalata Pradhan May 2019

Environmental Laws And Restrains Of Criminal Sanctions In India, Annapurna Pattnaik, Sabyasachi Das, Banalata Pradhan

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

The Issue Protection of environment has become one of the major global issues in 21st century. Man's conquest over the nature and his capacity to manipulate his environment through scientific and technological accomplishment has made him callous not only toward himself but towards other living creatures, plants, living organisms and macro-organisms. The technological advancement and economic developments have brought comforts to many, but unfavourable to our ecosystem in many ways. There are different kind of pollutions such as Water pollution, Air Pollution, Environmental pollution, Soil pollution, Oceanic pollution, food pollution, fossil fuel pollution etc. Many contaminations mixed in ...