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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
Justice. 1973.
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.
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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 Delinquency
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 the
Court Related Child. 1975.
JD 7 A Study of Female Juvenile Delinquency. Junior
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.
Knott. 1975
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
Administration. 1972.
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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
Pipkin. 1971.
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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Keeley Library, B.M.C.Durfee High School of Fall River
September, 1978  to  June, 2001