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SUDOC # TITLE DATE
J 1.2:AN 8/9/998 Antitrust enforcement & the consumer 1998
J 1.2:C 49/14 Civil disabilities of convicted felons, a state-by-state survey October 1996
J 1.2:C 49/15 The ADA & city governments, common problems 2000
J 1.2:C 79 COPS, community policing & 100,000 officers, rebuilding the bond between citizens & their Government 1996
J 1.2:C 79/2 COPS, 100,000 officers & community policing across the nation September 1997
J 1.2:C 79/7 COPS, 100,000 officers funded 1999
J 1.2:C 79/8 COPS, a ground breaking partnership with local law enforcement celebrates its fifth anniversary 1999
J 1.2:C 81/5 Corrections grants and technical assistance fact sheet March 1999
J 1.2:C 83/5/SUM Juvenile & family drug court activity, summary information June 1998
J 1.2:C 83/6/SUM Drug court activity, summary information May 1998
J 1.2:C 83/7 Looking at a decade of drug courts 1998
J 1.2:C 83/8 Juvenile & family drug courts, an overview 1998
J 1.2:D 62/2 New directions from the field, victims' rights and services for the 21st century 1998
J 1.2:D 63/2 Questions & answers, the Americans with Disabilities Act & persons with HIV/AIDS 1996
J 1.2:D 63/3 Voluntary civil dispute resolution policy 1999
J 1.2:D 63/4 Information technology & people with disabilities, the current state of federal accessibility April 2000
J 1.2:D 71/2/995 Field installation directory July 1995
J 1.2:D 71/3 Making a federal case out of domestic violence 1998
J 1.2:F 86/3 United States attorney's office for District of Columbia, public corruption/government fraud section 1999
J 1.2:H 34 Healing to wellness courts July 1999
J 1.2:H 53 Title III highlights 1997
J 1.2:H 81 Housing & civil enforcement section 2001
J 1.2:IN 3/4 Information technology strategic plan July 2002
J 1.2:J 57 What's my job in court 1998
J 1.2:J 98/27 Need current criminal justice information? 1997
J 1.2:J 98/28 Juvenile & family drug courts: profile of program characteristics & implementation issues 1998
J 1.2:L 11 U.S. Department of Justice laboratory program 1999
J 1.2:L 46 Leadership development for law enforcement explorers 1998
J 1.2:L 62/3/2002 Do your legal career justice, opportunities for entry level attorneys 2002
J 1.2:L 52/5 Do your legal career justice opportunities for lateral attorneys… 2000
J 1.2:M 46/2 Mediation program, it's time for ADR 2001
J 1.2:M 52 Mental health police response 1998
J 1.2:N 73 Nondiscrimination on the basis of sex in federally assisted programs 1998
J 1.2:OF 2/4 Violent offender incarceration & truth in sentencing incentive grants 1996
J 1.2:P 75/7 Addressing policy misconduct 2001
J 1.2:P 75/8 The police response to people with mental illnesses 1998
J 1.2:Q 3 Questions & answers regarding EOIR's new appeals & motions procedures May 1996
J 1.2:R 27/2 Protecting the religious freedom of all Americans, federal laws against religious discrimination 2002
J 1.2:R 31/5 Residential substance abuse treatment for State prisoners fact sheet 1996
J 1.2:ST 7 Problem solving group on law enforcement stops & searches December 1998
J 1.2:ST 8 Promising strategies to reduce substance abuse 2001
J 1.2:T 19 Tax incentives for improving accessibility July 2001
J 1.2:T 28/2 Testifying in federal court 1997
J 1.2:T 53/T.3/SPAN Puntos mas destacados del titulo III 1997
J 1.2:T 63/2 FTCA exception, claims arising in a foreign country 1999
J 1.2:V 66/10 U.S. Parole Commission victim/witness pamphlet 1997
J 1.2:V 66/11 Victim/witness assistance program 1999
J 1.2:V 66/12 The Department of Justice victim notification system 2001
J 1.2:V 66/13 Victim advocacy & witness support 2002
J 1.2:V 81/6 Domestic violence awareness, stop the cycle of violence 1996
J 1.2:V 94 The right to vote, how federal law protects you 2000
J 1.2:W 89/4/999
J 1.2:W 89/4/CHINESE
J 1.2:W 89/4/KOREAN
J 1.2:W 89/4/SPAN
J 1.2:W 89/4/VIETNA You have the right to work, don't let anyone take it away 1999
J 1.2:W 89/5 Work life program 1998
J 1.2:W 89/6 A change in focus, analysis & problem definition, Watsonville, CA, Police Department 1999
J 1.2:1/81/7 A community checklist, important steps to end violence against women… 1996
J 1.8/2:C 48/2/INST. Working with grieving children after violent death: a guidebook for crime victim assistance professional, instructor's guide May 1997
J 1.14/2:AG 3 FBI special agents, America's finest 1996
J 1.14/2:AM 3 A review of the FBI's performance in uncovering the espionage activities of Aldrich Hazen Ames, unclassified executive summary April 1997
J 1.14/2:C 86/17/995 Hate crime statistics 1995
J 1.14/2:D 34/2 Managing death investigation 1997
J 1.14/2:F 11/2 FBI facts & figures 1997
J 1.14/2:F 11/3 Your FBI March 1999
J 1.14/2:F 51/2 In the line of fire, violence against law enforcement October 1997
J 1.14/2:F 76/10 Proceedings of the International Symposium on the Forensic Aspects Of Arson Investigations, July 31-August 4, 1995 1999
J 1.14/2:L 11/2 The FBI Laboratory, an investigation into laboratory practices & alleged misconduct in explosives related & other cases April 1997
J 1.14/2:L 11/2/APP The FBI Laboratory, an investigation into laboratory practices & alleged misconduct in explosives related & other cases, response/reply appendix April 1997
J 1.14/2:L 46 Leadership in developing the organizational ethic, ethics in policing June 1997
J 1.14/2:P 94 FBI professional support, put your special skills to special use 1997
J 1.14/2:N 21 A/2002 FBI National Academy, directory of graduates 2002
J 1.14/2:SA 1 Ensuring public safety & national security under the rule of law 1999
J 1.14/2:V 81/2 Domestic violence by police officers 2000
J 1.14/7:2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 Crime in the United States 2001-2004
J 1.14/7-7:998, 999 FBI Bomb Data Center, bombing incidents 2003
J 1.14/8a:F 46 Techniques for taking good fingerprints 1984
J 1.14/7-10:993-2001 Age specific arrest rates & race specific arrest rates for selected offenses, 1993-2001 November 20023
J 1.14/16:F 76/994/POCK Handbook of forensic science 1994
J 1.14/16:IN 8/2/STUDENT Student handbook, FBI Academy, Quantico, Virginia 1998
J 1.14/16:K 54 In search of a kidnapper, through the eyes of the child 1996
J 1.14/22:995, 996, 997, 998 Terrorism in the United States, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998
J 1.14/24:5/4
7/4 The CJIS link, v. 5, no. 4
v.7, no.4 Winter 2001
October 2004
J 1.89/3:997 OVC victim assistance, national resource directory 1997
J 16.102:C 73/2 Community corrections in America 1997
J 16.102:L 52 Women in jail: legal issues December 1996
J 16.102:P 94 Policy driven responses to probation & parole violations March 1997
J 16.108:C 68 How to collect and analyze data, a manual for sheriffs & jail administrators, 2nd ed. September 1999
J 21.2:ST 8/2 Toward INS 2000, accepting the challenge, strategic plan 1995
J 21.2/10:2000, 2001 Statistical yearbook of the immigration & naturalization service, 2000, 2001 September 2002
J 21/6/3:AL 4 Systematic alien verification for entitlements (SAVE) program, user manual September 2000
J 21.6/3:G 82 What color is your green card 1994
J 21.6/3:N 21/3/2000
N 21/3/CHIN
N 21/3/SPAN.
N 21/3/TAG LOG
N 21/3/VIET A guide to naturalization 2001
J 21.6/3:P 43 Personal property operations handbook August 1995
J 24.2:C 76/6 Middle east drug & chemical diversion central conference September 1995
J 24.2:D 84/21 Get it straight the facts about drugs 1996
J 24.2:ST 8 U.S. Dept. of Justice, Drug Enforcement Administration, Strategic plan, FY 2003-2008 2005
J 26.8:B 99 Byrne formula grant program guidance & instructions for application 1996
J 28.2:P 75/16 Police integrity public service with honor January 1997
J 28.8:AR 5 Selection & application guide to personal body armor November 2001
J 28.8:IM 7 Executive office for weed & seed implementation guide 2001
J 28.8:W 34 Guide to the technologies of concealed weapon & contraband imaging & detection February 2001
J 28.8/3:EL 1 Electronic crime scene investigation, a guide for first responders July 2001
J 28.8/3:100-00/V.1, V.2 Guide to the selection of chemical agent & toxic industrial material detection equipment for emergency first responders June 2000
J 28.8/3:101-00 An introduction to biological agent detection equipment for emergency first responders December 2001
J 28.8/3:102-00/V.1, V.2A, V.2B, V.2C Guide to the selection of personal protection equipment for first responders 2001
J 28.8/3:103-00/v.1, V.2 Guide for the selection of chemical biological decontamination equipment for emergency first responders October 2001
J 28.8/3:104-00/V.1, V.2 Guide to the selection of communication equipment for emergency first responders 2001
J 28.8/3:202-00 Antenna system guide April 2001
J 28.15/3:B 32 Batterer intervention programs June 2003
J 28.15/2:998 1998 annual report on cocaine use among arrestees 1999
J 28.15/2:100-91 A comparison of the use of three different mounting fixtures for ballistic tests of body armor August 1996
J 28.15/2:601-98 Evaluation of analytical methodologies for non-intrusive fluid extraction of cocaine from hair March 1999
J 28.15/2:601-00 NIST random profile roughness specimens & standard bullets July 2000
J 28.15/2-3:2000 Annual report 2000, arrestee drug abuse monitoring April 2003
J 28.15/2-4:998 1998 annual report on opiate use among arrestees 1998
J 28.15/2-6:998 1998 annual report on marijuana use among arrestees 1999
J 28.23:AC 7/3/996-97/UPDATE 1996-1997 update, HIV/AIDS, STDs, & TB in correctional facilities July 1999
J 28.23:AL 1 Promising practices & strategies to reduce alcohol & substance abuse among American Indians & Alaska natives August 2000
J 28.23:B 32 Batterer intervention, program approaches and criminal justice strategies February 1998
J 28.23:C 73/7 Community mediation programs, developments & challenges July 1997
J 28.23:C 86/997 Serving crime victims and witnesses, 2nd ed. February 1997
J 28.23:C 86/6 Solving crime problems in residential neighborhoods April 1997
J 28.23:F 76 Forensic sciences, review of status and needs February 1999
J 28.23:F 76/2 The future of forensic DNA testing November 2000
J 28.23:K 54 Kids, cops & communities June 1998
J 28.23:P 75/7 Police corrections partnerships March 1999
J 28.23:SE 5/3 Intermediate sanctions in sentencing guidelines May 1997
J 28.24: January 1997 – October 1998 National Institute of Justice research in brief (various titles) January 1997-October 1998
J 28.24/3:997 Drug use forecasting, 1996 annual report on adult & juvenile arrestees June 1997
J 28.24/3:AF 8 An inventory of aftercare provisions for 52 boot camp programs January 1996
J 28.24/3:B 99/REPT.1 National assessment of the Byrne formula grant program 1997
J 28.24/3:B 99/REPT.2 National assessment of the Byrne formula grant program 1997
J 28.24/3:B 99/REPT.3 National assessment of the Byrne formula grant program 1997
J 28.24/3:B 99/REPT.4 National assessment of the Byrne formula grant program 1997
J 28.24/3:B 99/SUM National assessment of the Byrne formula grant program, executive summary 1997
J 28.24/3:C 15/3 Boot camps for juvenile offenders an implementation evaluation of three demonstration programs January 1996
J 28.24/3:C 76/2 Convicted by juries, exonerated by science… June 1996
J 28.24/3:C 79 National evaluation of the COPS program August 2000
J 28.24/3:C 81 Correctional boot camps: a tough intermediate sanction February 1996
J 28.24/3:C 84 Crack, powder cocaine, & heroin, drug purchase & use patterns in six U.S. cities December 1996
J 28.24/3:C 84/7 Evaluation of drug treatment in local corrections May 1996
J 28.24/3:C 86/2 Research on crime & justice 1995
J 28.24/3:C 86/3 Reorienting crime prevention research & policy June 1997
J 28.24/3:C 86/5 Criminal justice research under the crime act, 1995-1996 September 1997
J 28.24/3:C 86/6 Crime scene investigation, a guide for law enforcement January 2000
J 28.24/3:D 34 National guidelines for death investigation December 1997
J 28.24/3:D 71 The criminalization of domestic violence: promises & limits January 1996
J 28.24/3:D 71/2 Domestic violence, stalking & anti-stalking legislation April 1996
J 28.24/3:D 84/5 The effectiveness of treatment for drug abusers under criminal justice supervision November 1995
J 28.24/3:D 84/7 Death investigation, a guide for the scene investigator November 1999
J 28.24/3:D 84/8 Case management reduces drug use & criminality among drug-involved arrestees… March 1997
J 28.24/3:D 84/9 Comparing drug use rates of detained arrestees in the United States & England April 1999
J 28.24/3:EL 2 Electronic crime needs assessment for state & local law enforcement March 2001
J 28.24/3:EX 7 A guide for explosions & bombing scene investigation June 2000
J 28.24/3:EY 3 Eyewitness evidence, a guide for law enforcement October 1999
J 28.24/3:F 21 A coordinated approach to reducing family violence: conference highlights October 1995
J 28.24/3:F 51 Fire & arson scene evidence, a guide for public safety personnel June 2000
J 28.24/3:F 76 Forensic laboratories handbook for facility planning, design, construction, & moving April 1998
H 28.24/3:H 75 The nature of homicide, trends & changes 1997
J 28.24/3:H 75/2 Homicide in eight U.S. cities, trends, context, & policy implications December 1997
J 28.24/3:IM 7 Two views on imprisonment policies July 1997
J 28.24/3:J 98
J 98/997
J 98/998
J 98/998/DRAFT
J 98/999 National Institute of Justice, year in review November 1997-June 2000
J 28.24/3:L 52 Legal interventions in family violence, research findings & policy implications July 1998
J 28.24/3:M 46 Measuring what matters July 1999
J 28.24/3:M 56 Meth matters, report on methamphetamine users in five western cities May 1999
J 28.24/3:M 73 Child sexual molestation, research issues June 1997
J 28.24/3:P 56 Physical environment & crime May 1996
J 28.24/3:P 75/7 Policing in emerging democracies, workshop papers & highlights October 1997
J 28.24/3:P 75/8 systematic observation of public police, applying field research methods to policy issues December 1998
J 28.24/3:P 75/9 Broken windows & police discretion October 1999
J 28.24/3:P 75/10 Use of force by police, overview of national & local data October 1999
J 28.24/3:P 83,
P 83/2000 National Institute of Justice, research portfolio November 1998
June 2000
J 28.24/3:P 94/2/2000 Protective intelligence threat assessment investigations January 2000
J 28.24/3:P 94/3 Problem solving in practice, implementing community policing in Chicago April 2000
J 28.24/3:P 94/4 Excellence in problem oriented policing August 2000
J 28.24/3:P 94/4/2001 Excellence in problem oriented policing November 2001
J 28.24/3:P 94/5 Community prosecution in Washington, D.C. April 2001
J 28.24/3:P 96 Public involvement, community policing in Chicago September 2000
J 28.24/3:SE 2 The appropriate & effective use of security technologies in U.S. schools September 1999
J 28.24/3:SE 9 Domestic & sexual violence data collection July 1996
J 28.24/3:T 22 Department of Justice & Department of Defense joint technology program, second anniversary report February 1997
J 28.24/3:T 23 Telemedicine can reduce correctional health care costs March 1999
J 28.24/3:V 66 Victim costs & consequences, a new look February 1996
J 28.24/3:V 66/2 The sexual victimization of college women December 2000
J 28.24/3:V 81 Extent, nature & consequences of intimate partner violence July 2000
J 28.24/3:W 41 National evaluation of weed & seed cross-site analysis July 1999
J 28.24/3:W 74 State & local law enforcement wireless communications & interoperability January 1998
J 28.24/9:C 73 Community mapping, planning & analysis for safety strategies April 2000
J 28.24/9:C 86 Building a worldwide criminal justice community 2005
J 28.28:998 National criminal justice thesaurus, 1998 1998
J 28.33:l 41 Solicitation for law enforcement, courts, & corrections technology development 1996
J 28.35:C 49 Civilian police & multinational peacekeeping, a workshop series January 1999
J 28.36:2000 Building knowledge about crime & justice November 1999
J 28.38:C 13 Managing calls to the police with 911/311 systems February 2005
J 28.38:IN 3 American Indian suicides in jail, can risk screening be culturally sensitive June 2005
J 28.38:P 75/4 Enhancing police integrity December 2005
J 28.38:SE 9 Sexual assault on campus, what colleges & universities are doing about it December 2005
J 28.38:SI 8 Stress among probation & parole officers & what can be done about it June 2005
J 28.39:2002 National Institute of Justice year in review, 2002 2002
J 28.40:C 13 Calling 311:guidelines for policymakers February 2005
J 28.41:D 44 DNA in "minor" crimes yields major benefits in public safety November 2004
J 28.41:D 84 Drug detection in prison mailrooms November 2004
J 28.41:D 93 Duress systems in corrections facilities September 2004
J 28.41:R 57 Vanguard robot assessment July 2004
J 28.41/2:995 Criminal victimization in the United States, 1995 May 2000
J 29.1/2:997, 998 Bureau of Justice statistics fiscal year 1997, 1998, at a glance May 1997
May 1998
J 29.2:AL 1 Alcohol and crime April 1998
J 29.2:AM 3 American Indians & crime February 1999
J 29.2:C 15 Campus law enforcement agencies, 1995 December 1995
J 29.2:C 26/982-93, 982-99,
982-99 Federal criminal case processing May 1996, February 2001, February 2001
J 29.2:C 43 Child victimizers: violent offenders & their victims March 1996
J 29.2:C 68 National data collection on police use of force April 1996
J 29.2:C 68/2 Police use of force, collection of national data November 1997
J 29.2:C 86/16 National crime prevention & privacy compact, resource materials January 1998
J 29.2:C 86/17 Reconciling federal criminal case processing statistics September 1999
J 29.2:C 86/18 Crimes against persons age 65 or older, 1992-97 January 2000
J 29.2:F 33/3/994/EXEC.SUM
F 33/3/996 Felony defendants in large urban countries January 1998
October 1999
J 29.2:F 51/2/999 Survey of state procedures related to firearm sales, midyear 1999 March 2000
J 29.2:J 19//2 Jails in Indian country 1998 & 1999 July 2000
J 29.2:L 41/997,
L 41/EXEC. Law enforcement management & administrative statistics, 1997 April 1999
J 29.2:N 21 Implementing the national incident based reporting system, a project status report July 1997
J 29.2:OR 3/998/CORR State court organization, 1998 June 2000
J 29.2:P 75, P 75/997 Local police departments, 1993, 1997 April 1996, February 2000
J 29.2:P 75/2 Bridging gaps in police crime data September 1999
J 29.2:P 75/3 Contacts between police & the public, findings from the 1999 national survey February 2001
J 29.2:P 93/4 Prisoner petitions in the federal courts, 1980-96 October 1997
J 29.2:P 93/5 State prison expenditures, 1996 August 1999
J 29.2:P 94/2/999 National criminal history improvement program February 1999
J 29.2:SCH 6/2 Students' reports of school crime: 1989 & 1995 March 1998
J 29.2:SE 5 State court sentencing of convicted felons, 1992 May 1996
J 29.2:SE 9 Sex offenses & offenders February 1997
J 29.2:SE 9/2 National sex offender registry assistance program March 1998
J 29.2:SE 9/3 Sexual assault of young children as reported to law enforcement: victim , incident, & offender characteristics July 2000
J 29.2:SH 5 Sheriffs' departments, 1997 February 2000
L 29.2:ST 2/3,
ST 2/3/Exec State & federal corrections information systems October 1998
J 29.2:UT 3 Increasing the utility of the criminal history record: report of the national task force December 1995
J 29.2;V 66/2 Criminal victimization & perceptions of community safety in 12 cities, 1998 June 1999
J 29.2:V 81/5 Violence by intimates March 1998
J 29.9/6:2002, 2003 Sourcebook of criminal justice statistics 2002, 2003
J 29.13:973-90 Criminal victimization in the United States: 1973-90 trends December 1992
J 29.17:997 Correctional populations in the United States, 1997 November 2000
J 29.34:982-98 Federal criminal case processing, 1998 September 1999
J 29.20:998 Compendium of federal justice statistics, 1998 May 2000
J 29.31:SE 9 Summary of state sex offender registry dissemination procedures August 1999
J 29.40:C 73 Community policing beyond the big cities November 2004
J 32.2:C 43 Safe from the start, taking action on children exposed to violence November 2000
J 32.2:C 43/7 Law enforcement response to child abuse May 1997
J 32.2:D 37/3 Title V delinquency prevention program, community self-evaluation workbook 1995
J 32.2:D 84/3 Drug identification and testing May 1998
J 32.2:F 34 Female offenders in the juvenile justice system June 1996
J 32.2:J 98/16/997 Juvenile offenders victims: 1997 update on violence August 1997
J 32.2:J 98/18 The office of juvenile justice & delinquency prevention 1996
J 32.2:L 87 Looking for the best way to keep kids out of trouble? 1998
J 32.2:M 42/995-2 Matrix of community based initiatives September 1995
J 32.2:N 21/FAMILY NISMART, Runaway/thrown away children, national estimates & characteristics, national estimates & characteristics October 2002
J 32.2:N 21/INVOLV. NISMART, National estimates of children missing involuntarily or for benign reasons July 2005
J 32.2:N 21/MISSING NISMART, National estimates of missing children: an overview October 2002
J 32.2:N 21/NONFAM NISMART, Nonfamily abducted children national estimates & characteristics October 2002
J 32.2:N 21/RUNAWAY NISMART, Children abducted by family members, national estimates & characteristics October 2002
J 32.2:N 21/SELECT NISMART, National estimates of missing children, selected trends, 1988-1999 December 2004
J 32.2:N 21/2 NISMART, Questions & answers October 2002
J 32.2:R 24 Latest resources from OJJDP May 2003
J 32.2:R 25 Juvenile justice reform initiatives in the states, 1994-1996 October 1997
J 32.2:SA 1 creating safe & drug free schools September 1996
J 32.2:SE 9/2 Joining forces against child sexual exploitation January 1998
J 32.2:ST 2/4/996 State responses to serious and violent juvenile crime July 1996
J 32.2:T 62/3 OJJDP program announcement, training & technical assistance for a drug prevention program 1999
J 32.2:V 81 Combating violence & delinquency: the national juvenile justice action plan March 1996
J 32.2:Y 8/7 Youth environmental service, technical assistance package June 1996
J 32.2:Y 8/8 Youth environmental service in action, program summary June 1996
J 32.10: OJJDP, juvenile justice bulletin, various sub-titles June 1997 – August 2000
J 32.10/4:J 98 Juvenile offenders & victims, national report series, juveniles in the corrections June 2004
J 32.11:P 96/998 Publications list, office of juvenile justice & delinquency prevention 1998
J 32.20:J 98 juvenile transfers to criminal court in the 1990's, lessons learned from four studies August 2000
J 32.20/2:C 15 Boot camps for juvenile offenders September 1997
J 32.20/2:G 15/997, 998 National youth gang survey, 1997, 1998 December 1999, November 2000
J 32.20/2:N 69 Using agency records to find missing children, a guide for law enforcement, program summary March 1996
J 32.21/2:9801, 9902, 9903, 9904, 2000/5 Youth in action fact sheets March 1998-October 2000
J 34.2:D 34 Breaking the bad news with concern for the professional & compassion for the survivor 1996
J 34.2:F 21 Family group conferencing, implications for crime victims April 2000
J 34.2:M 91 Multicultural implications restorative justice, potential pitfalls & dangers April 2000
J 34.2:P 16 From pain to power, crime victims take action September 1998
J 34.2:P 94 Helping outreach programs to expand February 2004
J 34.2:SU 7 A large, growing, & invisible population of crime victims January 2000
J 34.2:T 68 Training & technical assistance center 1998
J 34.2:V 66 Providing services to victims of fraud: resources for victim/witness coordinators 1998
J 34.2:V 66/5 National survey of victim-offender mediation programs April 2000
J 34.8:B 54 Bitter earth, child sexual abuse in Indian country September 1999
J 34.8:D 44 Understanding DNA evidence, a guide for victim service providers 2001
J 34.8:J 98 Handbook on justice for victims 1999
J 34.8:P 75 Improving the police response to domestic elder abuse, participant training manual 2000
J 34.8:P 75/2 Guide for policy makers 1999
J 34.8:R 64 Roles, rights & responsibilities, a handbook for fraud victims… 1999
J 34.8:SE 9 Sexual assault nurse examiner, SANE 1999
J 34.8:ST 2 State legislators' handbook for statutory rape issues February 2000
J 34.8:ST 2/2 Victim-oriented multidisciplinary responses to statutory rape, training guide February 2000
J 34.8:V 66 First response to victims of crime January 2000
J 34.8:V 66/2 Guidelines for victim-sensitive victim-offender mediation: restorative justice through dialogue April 2000
J 34.10:998 Program directory, 1998 1998
J 35.2:997 Domestic violence & stalking, the second annual report to Congress… 1998
J 35.2:D 71 Domestic violence victims' civil legal assistance grants, program brief 1998
J 35.2:T 67 Information for victims of trafficking in persons & forced labor 2002
J 36.2:C 73 Community policing, community justice, & restorative justice 2000
J 36.2:F 76 A resource guide to law enforcement, corrections, & forensic technologies May 2001
J 36.2:IN 6/SCH 6 Addressing school related crime & disorder October 2001
J 36.2:P 75 Police department information systems technology enhancement project 2000
J 36.2:P 75/2 Problem oriented policing, reflection on the first 20 years October 2000
J 36.2:P 75/3 Mutual respect in policing, lesson plan 2001
J 36.2:P 94 COPS innovations, problem solving partnerships, including the community for a change 2001
J 36.2:T 11 Tackling crime & other public-safety problems… 2000
J 36.2:T 27 Local law enforcement responds to terrorism, lessons in prevention & preparedness 2002
J 36.2:T 41 Toolbox for implementing restorative justice & advancing community policing 2000
J 36.108:T 67 Trafficking in persons, a guide for non-governmental organizations 2002
JU 13.11/2:2008 2002, catalog of publications, Federal Judicial Center 2002

 

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