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NIJ Journal Issue 261, October 2008

Research-based information that can help inform policy decisions and improve understanding of the criminal justice system.
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Date Published
October 1, 2008

The NIJ Journal presents research-based information that can help inform policy decisions and improve understanding of the criminal justice system.

Director's Message

Cover Story

DNA Solves Property Crimes (But Are We Ready for That?)by Nancy Ritter

Features

Prisoner Radicalization: Assessing the Threat in U.S. Correctional Institutionsby Mark S. Hamm, Ph.D.

Medical Panel Issues Interim Findings on Stun Gun Safetyby John Morgan, Ph.D.

Communicating Across State and County Lines: The Piedmont Regional Voice over Internet Protocol Projectby Philip Bulman

Interagency Coordination: Lessons Learned From the 2005 London Train Bombingsby Kevin J. Strom, Ph.D., and Joe Eyerman, Ph.D.

Teen Dating Violence: A Closer Look at Adolescent Romantic Relationshipsby Carrie Mulford, Ph.D., and Peggy C. Giordano, Ph.D.

Calming Down: Could Sedative Drugs Be a Less-Lethal Option?by Danielle M. Weiss, J.D.

National Institute of Justice, "NIJ Journal Issue 261, October 2008," October 1, 2008, nij.ojp.gov:
http://nij.ojp.gov/nij-journal/nij-journal-issue-261
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