Tag Archives: Online Journals

OJJDP Online Newsletter, November/December 2008

This issue highlight Project Safe Childhood’s media campaign to raise awareness of online child exploitation.  Also provided is  information on OJJDP’s court coordination program, FY 2008 awards, and newly enhanced Performance Measures Web page.

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Community Policing Dispatch, December 2008

This issue includes articles about reducing the fear of crime, using crime mapping to address drunk driving, the challenges of recruiting the millennial generation, and how innovation and partnerships have enhanced the White Plains (New York) Police Department. An interview with … Continue reading

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Community Policing Dispatch, November 2008

The November “Community Policing Dispatch” (CPD) issue features articles on how combat deployments can affect police officers returning to work, how 311 helped Minneapolis manage the Republican National Convention, and the winner of the 2008 Goldstein Award for Excellence in … Continue reading

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NIJ Journal, Issue #261

 The lead article in this journal reveals study findings showing that traditional police practices plus DNA evidence collection result in increased suspect identification and arrests. Additional articles discuss using calmatives as a less-lethal alternative, lessons learned from the London bombings, … Continue reading

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Future of Children, Fall 2008

This journal issue, published by Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs and The Brookings Institution, addresses the theme “juvenile justice” and includes articles on disproportionate minority contact, understanding the female offender, adolescent offenders with mental disorders, … Continue reading

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Community Policing Dispatch, October 2008

This issue includes articles about how human rights organizations can strengthen relationships between local police and immigrant communities, and how law enforcement can adapt their performance appraisal systems to reflect community policing measures.

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Crime Geography Newsletter, Fall 2008

This issue examines how the national home foreclosure crisis has affected crime, police practice, and public policy.  Articles show that geographic informations systems can assess how foreclosures affect crime trends and improve city cleanup of graffiti and blight

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New Social Worker Online, Fall 2008

This issue includes the following articles: Student Role Model: Katie Schmidt Ethics: Analysis of an Ethical Dilemma Field Placement: An Introduction to “Use of Self” in Field Placement What’s on Your Social Work Horizon? Opportunities for Student Outside the Classroom … Continue reading

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Journal of Social Work Values and Ethics, Fall 2008

This issue of the free online journal includes the following articles: A Response to Paul Adams: The Code of Ethics and the Clash of Orthodoxies The Readiness of Social Work Students to Blow the Whistle to Protect the Client’s Interest Grounding … Continue reading

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