KEELEY LIBRARY MICROFICHE:Youth Law and Justice
Section One: The Reports
Unit 1: Crime
|CR 1 A Comprehensive Research Program in Crime Prevention. Ronald E. Kirkpatrick. 1960.||CR 2 Analysis of 1972 Denver Victimization Survey. Anti-Crime Council, Denver. 1974.|
|CR 3 A Survey of Crime: Its Impact on Business and the Economy of Central Harlem. Small Business Chamber of Commerce of the City of New York. 1971||CR 4 Crime as a Profession:
A Report on Professional Criminals in Four American Cities. Brandeis University.
Waltham, Mass. Florence Heller Graduate School
for Advance Studies in Social Welfare. 1967.
|CR 5 A Study of Organized Crime in Illinois. I.T.T. Research Institute. 1972.||CR 6 Proceedings of the
Seminar of Experts on Internal
Business Theft Project. National Council on Crime and Delinquency. 1975.
|CR 7 Revising California
Laws Relating to Rape. California Legislature. Assembly Committee on Criminal
|CR 8 First Degree Murder:
the Post-Conviction Experience
in Massachusetts. Tom Cannon. 1974.
|CR 9 Willful Homicide in California, 1963-1965; Homicide Study van W. Ramseier. 1967.||CR 10 Mortality Trends for Homicide. Joan A. Klebba. 1973.|
|CR 11 Casebook and Proceedings. Seminar on the Battered Child Syndrome. 1965.||CR 12 Report. New York State Legislature. Assembly Select Committee on Child Abuse. 1972.|
|CR 13 Antecedents of Drug Abuse. A Review of the Literature. D. Faye Widmann. 1973.||CR 14 Drug Abuse Prevention. New York State Temporary Commission to Evaluate the Drug Laws. 1974|
|CR 15 Governmental Attitude and Action Toward Prostitution.Correctional Association of New York. 1967||CR 16 Final Report and Working Papers. U.S. Task Force on Homosexuality. 1972.|
Unit II: POLICE
|POL 1 Final Report to the
Governor's Commission on Law Enforcement ...(Maryland. Committee on Police
Standards.) (n.p.) 1973. viii, 63 p.
|POL 2 The Apprehension Activities
of the New York City Police
Department. (Peter W. Greenwood.) Santa Monica, Calif.,1970. xiii, 60 p.
|POL 4 Report on Police Corruption
and the Quality of Law Enforcement ...in Philadelphia. (Pennsylvania Crime
Commission 1968- ). Saint Davids, 1974/
|POL 5 Socialization of the Police. (Leonard D. Savitz). 1971.|
|POL 6 Minority Recruiting in the New York City Police Department New York , 1971.||POL 7 The Police and the
Delinquent in Two Cities.
(James Q. Wilson). Washington, 1966
|POL 8 Police in the Ghetto. (James Q. Wilson). n.p., 1969.||POL 9 Guide for Cooperation Between School Officials and Police. Harrisburg, 1971.|
|POL 10 A Descriptive Profile of the Assault Incident. (Samuel G.Chapman). Norman, 1974||POL 11 Nonlethal Weapons for Use by U.S. Law Enforcement Officers. (Joseph F. Coates). Arlington, VA., 1967|
|POL 12 New York City's Productivity
Program: the Police Department. (Citizen's Budget Commission,
New York). New York, 1973.
Unit III: CRIMINAL JUSTICE
|JUS 1 Model Rules of Court on Police Action ...National Council on Crime and Delinquency Council of Judges||JUS 2 Criminal Justice, The Consumer's Perspective.Jonathan D. Casper. 1972|
|JUS 3 And Justice for All. New York State Temporary Commission on the State Court System. 1973.||JUS 4 Report to the Community...Church Women United.Rochester, N.Y. Task Force on Courts. 1971.|
|JUS 5 The Criminal Court:
Problems and Proposals.
Harold J. Rothwax. 1970.
|JUS 6 Report to the Citizens Committee for Philadelphia Justice...Institute for Court Management. 1971.|
|JUS 7 A Guide to the Courts
System. 5th ed. Institute of
Judicial Administration. 1971.
|JUS 8 The Quality of Justice in the Lower Courts of MetropolitanBoston. Stephen R. Bing. 1970|
|JUS 9 Fair Trial, Free Press.
Barbara A. Curran. 1964.
JUS 10 Bail Bond and the Cook County Department of
Corrections. League of Women Voters of Cook
County, Ill. 1971.
|JUS 11 Pretrial Release
Practices. Wisconsin. Legislative
Reference Bureau. 1967.
|JUS 12 Race Makes the Difference...An Analysis of Sentence Disparity. Southern Regional Council. 1969.||JUS 13 National Analysis of Institutional Length of Stay. Gerald Robert Wheeler. 1974.|
|JUS 14 1972 Sentencing Study. U.S. District Attorney, New York (Southern District). 1972||JUS 15 Model Sentencing Act. National Council on Crime and Delinquency Council of Judges. 1972.|
|JUS 16 Report on Adult Probation in San Francisco. San Francisco. Committee on Crime. 1970.||JUS 17 Probation and Probation
Officer's Manual. Virginia
Probation and Parole Board. 1973.
Unit IV: JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM
|JD 1 A Decade of Research in Criminology. Sheldon Glueck||JD 2 A Manual of Procedures
for Application of the Glueck
Prediction Table. New York City. Youth Board. 1964.
|JD 3 Youth and Violence. Marvin E. Wolfgang. 1970||JD 4 Delinquency Prevention Through Youth Development.|
|U.S. Youth Development and
Prevention Administration. 1972
|JD 5 The PINS Child: A Plethora
of Problems. New York
State. Judicial Conference. 1973.
|JD 6 Report on PINS ...New
York State Council of Voluntary Child Care Agencies. Ad Hoc Committee on
Court Related Child. 1975.
|JD 7 A Study of Female Juvenile
League of Wilmington, N.C. 1973.
|JD 8 Runaway Youth in the
Washington Area; Report and
Analysis. Metropolitan Washington Council of
Governments. Department of Public Safety.1974.
|JD 9 An Adjustment to Get
a Clear Image. U. S. Office of Juvenile
Delinquency and Youth Development. 1974
|JD 10 A Report on the Inquiry
Into Gang Violence in Philadelphia.
Pennsylvania Crime Commission. 1969.
|JD 11 The Resurgence of
Youth Gangs. New York State. Legislature.
Assembly. Subcommittee on the Family Court. 1974.
|JD 12 Report on Pre-delinquency
Programs. California. Legislature. Joint
Audit Committee. 1973.
JD 13 Juvenile Delinquency Prevention Programs. Michael C. Dixon
|JD 14 Delinquency Prevention Strategies. LaMar Taylor Empey. 1970||JD 15 Delinquency Prevention
Unit Project, Sacramento Police Depart-
ment . Phil York. 1972.
|JD 16 Project Intercept:
Delinquency Prevention That Works. Paul D.
|JD 17 Juvenile Justice in Affluent County. Elyce Zenoff Ferster.1971.|
|JD 18 Juvenile Court in
Transition: A Workshop. National Legal Aid
and Defender Association. 1971.
|JD 19 Model Rules for Juvenile
Courts. National Council on Crime and
Delinquency Council of Judges. 1969
|D 20 Jails, Judges, and Juveniles; a Study. Franklin D. Aleshire. 1971.||JD 21 A Review of Accumulated
Research in the California Youth
Authority. Keith S. Griffiths, ed. 1974.
|JD 22 Illinois Youth Centers
at St. Charles and Geneva. John Howard
Association. Chicago. Survey Report. 1974
|JD 23 Deinstitutionalization: Delinquent Children. Jeffrey Koshel. 1973.|
|JD 24 The Impact of Living-unit
Size in Youth Training Schools; A
Review of Selected Evidence. Doug Knight. 1971.
|JD 25 Report. Massachusetts
General Court Joint Committee on State
UNIT V: CORRECTIONS
|COR 1 Inmate Guide. Suffolk County, Mass. 1971.||COR 2 Inmate Rights and the Kansas Prison System; A Report. U.S.Commission on Civil Rights. Kansas Advisory Committee|
|COR 3 Prison Discipline and the Inmate Sense of Injustice. Michael A.Feit. 1972.||COR 4 Explorations in Inmate-family Relationships. Norman Holt. 1972.|
|COR 5 Visiting and Telephoning in California Jails, Prisons and Juvenile Institutions. Ben Bycel. 1975.||COR 6 Racial Conditions in Indiana Penal Institutions: A Report|
|COR 7 Warehousing Human Beings. U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. New York Advisory Committee. 1974.||COR 8 The Treatment of Women
Offenders in the District of Columbia; A Report. District of Columbia.
Citizens Council for
Criminal Justice. 1972.
|COR 9 Manual for Officers. Bucks County Prison, Doylestown, PA. 1973.||COR 10 The Tombs Disturbances: A Report. New York State Legislature Committee on Crime and Correction/ 1970.|
|COR 11 The Joliet Correctional Center Riot of April 22, 1975. Illinois General Assembly. Legislative Investigation Commission||COR 12 Walpole Prisoners Statement. Massachusetts Correctional Institution. Walpole Inmates. 1974.|
|COR 12 Walpole Prisoners Statement. Massachusetts CorrectionalInstitution. Walpole Inmates. 1974.||COR 14 A Study of Vocational Training in the California Department of Corrections. Robert M. Dickover. 1971.|
|COR 15 Educational programs in Adult Correctional Institutions; A Survey. Frank Dell-apa. 1974.||COR 16 An Evaluation of ' New Gate' and Other Prisoner Education Programs. Marshall Kaplan, Gans and Kahn. 1973.|
|COR 17 Community Based Correctional Programs: Models and Practices.U. S. National Institute of Mental Health Center for Studies on Crime and Delinquency. 1971.||COR 18 The Residential Center: Corrections in the Community. U.S. Bureau of Prisons. 1972.|
|COR 19 Zenith House; An Alternative Drug Treatment Program. Chester F. Roberts. 1975.||COR 20 An Analysis of Recidivism Among Residents Released from Boston State and Shirley Pre-Release Centers during 1973. Daniel P. Leclair. 1975.|
|COR 21 Work Release: An Alternative in Correctional Handling .Charles L. Newman. 1968.||COR 22 Work Release: the New York City Program; a Preliminary Public Policy Paper. Carol S. Whelan. 1974.|
|COR 23 About Parole in New York State. Kathryn Haapala. 1974.||COR 24 A Tradition of Abuse: Parole in South Carolina. Lawrence J.Toliver. 1973.|
|COR 25 Recidivism Among Women Parolees. Carol Spencer. 1972.||COR 26 Artificial Barriers to Employment of Criminal Offenders. Neal Miller. 1975.|
UNIT VI: CAPITAL PUNISHMENT
|CAP 1 Statistical Summary
of the Murder Offender. Stephen
|CAP 2 Rape: Selective Electrocution
Based on Race. Florida
Civil Liberties Union. 1965.
|CAP 3 Settlement on Capital
Crimes Under the New York Law.
New York Committee to Abolish Capital Punishment.
|CAP 4 Capital Punishment: Pro and Con Arguments. U. S. Library of Congress. Legislative Reference Service. 1966.|
UNIT VII: GUN CONTROL
|GUN 1 Report on Gun Control Legislation and "Stop and Frisk" Laws.Wisconsin. Legislature. Assembly. Committee on State Affairs. 1968.||GUN 2 Gun Abuse in Ohio, Jeffrey H. Spiegler. 1975.|
|GUN 3 The Case for Federal Firearms Control. New York (City). Criminal Justice Coordinating Council. 1973.|
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