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Sex Offender Community Notification: Assessing The Impact In Wisconsin, Us Department Of Justice Dec 2000

Sex Offender Community Notification: Assessing The Impact In Wisconsin, Us Department Of Justice

National Institute of Justice Research in Brief

No abstract provided.


Juvenile Victims Of Property Crimes, Us Department Of Justice Dec 2000

Juvenile Victims Of Property Crimes, Us Department Of Justice

Juvenile Justice Bulletin

No abstract provided.


State Custody Rates, 1997, Us Department Of Justice Dec 2000

State Custody Rates, 1997, Us Department Of Justice

Juvenile Justice Bulletin

No abstract provided.


Report On Drug Arrests In California, From 1990 To 1999, Office Of The Attorney General Dec 2000

Report On Drug Arrests In California, From 1990 To 1999, Office Of The Attorney General

California Agencies

No abstract provided.


The Right To Silence Helps The Innocent: A Game-Theoretic Analysis Of The Fifth Amendment Privilege, Alex Stein, Daniel J. Seidmann Dec 2000

The Right To Silence Helps The Innocent: A Game-Theoretic Analysis Of The Fifth Amendment Privilege, Alex Stein, Daniel J. Seidmann

Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


National Evaluation Of The Youth Firearms Violence Initiative, Us Department Of Justice Nov 2000

National Evaluation Of The Youth Firearms Violence Initiative, Us Department Of Justice

National Institute of Justice Research in Brief

No abstract provided.


Law Enforcement Referral Of At-Risk Youth: The Shield Program, Us Department Of Justice Nov 2000

Law Enforcement Referral Of At-Risk Youth: The Shield Program, Us Department Of Justice

Juvenile Justice Bulletin

No abstract provided.


Co-Occurrence Of Delinquency And Other Problem Behaviors, Us Department Of Justice Nov 2000

Co-Occurrence Of Delinquency And Other Problem Behaviors, Us Department Of Justice

Juvenile Justice Bulletin

No abstract provided.


The Nurturing Parenting Programs, Us Department Of Justice Nov 2000

The Nurturing Parenting Programs, Us Department Of Justice

Juvenile Justice Bulletin

No abstract provided.


Defense Counsel In Criminal Cases, Us Department Of Justice Nov 2000

Defense Counsel In Criminal Cases, Us Department Of Justice

National Institute of Justice Office of Justice Programs

No abstract provided.


Decolonising Restoration And Justice: Restoration In Transitional Cultures, Mark Findlay Nov 2000

Decolonising Restoration And Justice: Restoration In Transitional Cultures, Mark Findlay

Research Collection School Of Law

This article is a strategy for the comparative analysis of justice in various contesting forms. To identify useful levels of the comparative project, the colonising potential of restorative justice is examined. In this context the influence of formalised justice mechanisms over the less formal is explored, with examples in transitional cultures in the South Pacific discussed. Local and global potentials (and dilemmas) are identified for analysis. The integration of justice forms, both in terms of structure and ideology, is argued for. Notions of collaborative rather than restorative justice are advanced, in order that the intersection between state-sponsored and customary justice ...


Teen Courts: A Focus On Research, Us Department Of Justice Oct 2000

Teen Courts: A Focus On Research, Us Department Of Justice

Juvenile Justice Bulletin

No abstract provided.


Offenders In Juvenile Court, 1997, Us Department Of Justice Oct 2000

Offenders In Juvenile Court, 1997, Us Department Of Justice

Juvenile Justice Bulletin

No abstract provided.


Op-Ed Piece By Dean Peter Keane, Peter Keane Sep 2000

Op-Ed Piece By Dean Peter Keane, Peter Keane

Publications

No abstract provided.


Crime, Punishment And Prevention, Paul H. Robinson Sep 2000

Crime, Punishment And Prevention, Paul H. Robinson

Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law

The criminal justice system has traditionally been seen as in the business of doing justice: punishing offenders for crimes committed. Yet, the past decade has brought a shift from punishing past crimes to preventing future crimes through the incarceration and control of dangerous offenders. Habitual offender statutes, like "three strikes" laws, sentence repeat offenders to life imprisonment. Jurisdictional reforms lower the age at which juveniles may be tried as adults, inc reasing th e available terms of imprisonment beyond those of juvenile court. Gang membership and recruitment are criminalized. "Megan's Law" statutes require community notification of a convicted sex ...


Urban, Suburban, And Rural Victimization, 1993-98, Us Department Of Justice Sep 2000

Urban, Suburban, And Rural Victimization, 1993-98, Us Department Of Justice

National Institute of Justice Office of Justice Programs

No abstract provided.


Preventing Adolescent Gang Involvement, Us Department Of Justice Sep 2000

Preventing Adolescent Gang Involvement, Us Department Of Justice

Juvenile Justice Bulletin

No abstract provided.


Fighting Juvenile Gun Violence, Us Department Of Justice Sep 2000

Fighting Juvenile Gun Violence, Us Department Of Justice

Juvenile Justice Bulletin

No abstract provided.


Juvenile Mentoring Program: A Progress Review, Us Department Of Justice Sep 2000

Juvenile Mentoring Program: A Progress Review, Us Department Of Justice

Juvenile Justice Bulletin

No abstract provided.


Offenders Returning To Federal Prison, 1986-97, Us Department Of Justice Sep 2000

Offenders Returning To Federal Prison, 1986-97, Us Department Of Justice

National Institute of Justice Office of Justice Programs

No abstract provided.


Section 6: Criminal Law & Procedure, Institute Of Bill Of Rights Law At The William & Mary Law School Sep 2000

Section 6: Criminal Law & Procedure, Institute Of Bill Of Rights Law At The William & Mary Law School

Supreme Court Preview

No abstract provided.


The Cops Program After 4 Years - National Evaluation, Us Department Of Justice Aug 2000

The Cops Program After 4 Years - National Evaluation, Us Department Of Justice

National Institute of Justice Research in Brief

No abstract provided.


State And Local Law Enforcement Needs To Combat Electronic Crime, Us Department Of Justice Aug 2000

State And Local Law Enforcement Needs To Combat Electronic Crime, Us Department Of Justice

National Institute of Justice Research in Brief

No abstract provided.


Youth Gangs In Schools, Us Department Of Justice Aug 2000

Youth Gangs In Schools, Us Department Of Justice

Juvenile Justice Bulletin

No abstract provided.


Incarcerated Parents And Their Children, Us Department Of Justice Aug 2000

Incarcerated Parents And Their Children, Us Department Of Justice

National Institute of Justice Office of Justice Programs

No abstract provided.


Topic: School Safety And Violence Prevention, Assembly Committee On School Safety Aug 2000

Topic: School Safety And Violence Prevention, Assembly Committee On School Safety

California Assembly

Includes: Safe Schools Task Force Final Report, June 2000.

Includes: School Violence Prevention & Response Final Report, April 2000.


Implementation Of The Intensive Community-Based Aftercare Program, Us Department Of Justice Jul 2000

Implementation Of The Intensive Community-Based Aftercare Program, Us Department Of Justice

Juvenile Justice Bulletin

No abstract provided.


Special Education And The Juvenile Justice System, Us Department Of Justice Jul 2000

Special Education And The Juvenile Justice System, Us Department Of Justice

Juvenile Justice Bulletin

No abstract provided.


Editor's Observations: The 2001 Economic Crime Package: A Legislative History, Frank O. Bowman Iii Jul 2000

Editor's Observations: The 2001 Economic Crime Package: A Legislative History, Frank O. Bowman Iii

Faculty Publications

On April 6, 2001, the U.S. Sentencing Commission approved a group of amendments to guidelines governing the sentencing of economic crimes. These measures, collectively known to as the “economic crime package,” are the culmination of some six years of deliberations by both the Conaboy and Murphy Sentencing Commissions working together with interested outside groups such as the defense bar, the Justice Department, probation officers, and the Criminal Law Committee of the U.S. Judicial Conference, The package contains three basic components. First, the now-separate theft and fraud guidelines, Sections 2B1.1 and 2F1.1, will be consolidated into a ...


Briefing Paper On Problems In Redefining "Loss" (U.S. Sentencing Commission Economic Crime Symposium), Frank O. Bowman Iii Jul 2000

Briefing Paper On Problems In Redefining "Loss" (U.S. Sentencing Commission Economic Crime Symposium), Frank O. Bowman Iii

Faculty Publications

On October 12-13, 2000, the U.S. Sentencing Commission sponsored its Third Symposium On Crime and Punishment in the United States: Federal Sentencing Policy for Economic Crimes and New Technology Offenses. The afternoon of the first day of the meeting was devoted to discussing the concept of “loss” as a measurement of defendant culpability and offense seriousness. The conferees were divided into small groups to discuss discrete sub-issues relating to “loss” and its place in sentencing economic crimes under the Guidelines. Following the small group discussions, the discussion leaders (“facilitators”) addressed a plenary session of the conference to report on ...