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National Institute of Justice (NIJ) Reports, No. 206, November/December 1987

NCJ Number
179498
Date Published
January 1987
Length
25 pages
Author(s)
Theodore M. Hammett Ph.D.
Agencies
NIJ-Sponsored
Publication Series
Annotation
This document contains highlights from a National Institute of Justice report on AIDS and the operational policies and training programs law enforcement agencies are implementing. It also contains summaries of other articles on topics of interest to criminal justice professionals.
Abstract
The lead article summarizes the latest medical information on AIDS, presents the concerns expressed by 35 police departments contacted by the Police Executive Research Forum, responds to those concerns and offers suggestions on how law enforcement agencies can educate and protect their staff. The document also contains summaries of articles on alternatives to institutionalization; courts; crime prevention/deterrence; criminology; institutional corrections (adult); juvenile justice system; law enforcement; probation and parole; reference and statistics; and victim services.
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