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NIJ Journal Issue 263, June 2009

Research-based information that can help inform policy decisions and improve understanding of the criminal justice system.
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Date Published
June 1, 2009

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

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Features

Getting Ready: How Arizona Has Created a 'Parallel Universe' for Inmatesby Dora Schriro

'Redemption' in an Era of Widespread Criminal Background Checksby Alfred Blumstein and Kiminori Nakamura

Standardizing Parole Violation Sanctionsby David Fialkoff

Using 911 Calls to Detect Terrorism Threatsby Kevin J. Strom, John Hollywood and Mark Pope

Preventing Neighborhood Crime: Geography Mattersby Ronald E. Wilson and Timothy H. Brown, with Beth Schuster

Ten Ways You Can Use the NCSTL Web Siteby Diana Botluk

National Institute of Justice, "NIJ Journal Issue 263, June 2009," June 1, 2009, nij.ojp.gov:
http://nij.ojp.gov/nij-journal/nij-journal-issue-263
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