Vol. 56 Nbr. 5, August 1994
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- A Time to Die: The Attica Prison Revolt.
- A tribute to Perry M. Johnson.
- Answering your questions about research and directories.
- Boot camp program promotes discipline, improves self-esteem.
- CAC membership task force tackles pertinent issues during two-day session.
- Cognitive restructuring: an approach to dealing with violent inmates.
- County prison combats domestic violence with MENDS program.
- Focusing on schools: the police fight back.
- Freedom from fear: tackling violence in our communities.
- Hostage recounts 11 days of terror.
- IACO honors California Sergeant Paul Edwards.
- JROTC program provides discipline, leadership in a correctional setting.
- Juvenile program created in 1950s may stem 1990s youth violence.
- Large facility benefits from model drug-testing program.
- Lucasville: the aftermath.
- Making communities safer: strengthening ties between police, citizens reduces crime.
- Monitoring hostility: avoiding prison disturbances through environmental scanning.
- NIC addresses the issue of violent offenders in community corrections programs.
- OJJDP develops strategy to reduce juvenile violence.
- Program curbs prison violence through conflict resolution.
- Reducing risks and protecting our youths: a community mission.
- Reducing violent crime through prevention, intervention, treatment.
- Rutledge v. Springborn, U.S. District Court, 1993.
- Targeting at-risk youths: Tennessee program prevents violence in young African American males.
- Using special management units to control inmate violence.
- Working together: experts unite to combat street and prison gang activities.
- Youth substance abuse: S.C. corrections organizations launch joint prevention effort.