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SEVENTH EDITION
1987–1998

The
NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF JUSTICE

NIJ
PUBLICATIONS
CATALOG
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Office of Justice Programs
810 Seventh Street N.W.
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Janet Reno
Attorney General

Daniel Marcus
Acting Associate Attorney General

Laurie Robinson
Assistant Attorney General

Noël Brennan
Deputy Assistant Attorney General

Jeremy Travis
Director, National Institute of Justice

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The NIJ
PUBLICATIONS
CATALOG
Seventh Edition
1987–1998

NCJ 179082
December 1999
The National Institute of Justice is a component of the Office of Justice Programs, which also includes
the Bureau of Justice Assistance, the Bureau of Justice Statistics, the Office of Juvenile Justice and
Delinquency Prevention, and the Office for Victims of Crime.
T h e N I J P u b l i c a t i o n s C a t a l o g

TA B L E OF CONTENTS
Introduction ......................................................................................................................................1

Community Policing ........................................................................................................................3

Corrections ........................................................................................................................................5

Corrections Construction ................................................................................................................10

Courts ..............................................................................................................................................11

Crime Prevention ............................................................................................................................15

Criminal Justice System and HIV/AIDS ........................................................................................18

Criminology and Research..............................................................................................................20

Drug Testing....................................................................................................................................27

Drugs and Crime ............................................................................................................................30

Law Enforcement............................................................................................................................33

Science and Technology ................................................................................................................37

Victims ............................................................................................................................................42

Violence ..........................................................................................................................................44

Solicitations ....................................................................................................................................48

Research in Progress Seminar Videotapes......................................................................................52

Perspectives on Crime and Justice Videotapes ..............................................................................55

Crime File Videotapes ....................................................................................................................56

Miscellaneous Videotapes ..............................................................................................................57

How to Order From This Catalog ..................................................................................................58

National Criminal Justice Reference Service ................................................................................60

How to Access NIJ Publications Available Online ........................................................................61

Index of Keywords ........................................................................................................................63

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INTRODUCTION
For today’s criminal justice professionals, access to valuable research information is impor-
tant to their efforts to reduce violence, drugs, and crime. The National Institute of Justice
(NIJ) is mandated to provide that information by making its research, development, and
evaluation findings available to those who can put this wealth of information into practice.

This NIJ Publications Catalog is one vehicle for communicating available information. The
Catalog lists publications and videotapes produced by the National Institute of Justice
between January 1987 and December 1998. Products are listed alphabetically by subject. For
each publication the title, author(s), number of pages, identification number for ordering, and
electronic availability are stated. A set of keywords is also listed below each entry to give a
better representation of that publication’s subject matter. Many can be obtained electronical-
ly through the NIJ World Wide Web site (http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/nij) and the National
Criminal Justice Reference Service (NCJRS) Web site (http://www.ncjrs.org). Several docu-
ments are available only through either the Office of Law Enforcement Standards (OLES)
Web site (http://www.oles.org) or the JUSTNET site of the National Law Enforcement and
Corrections Technology Center (http://www.nlectc.org). OLES, a division of the National
Institute of Standards and Technology and funded by NIJ, develops national performance
standards for equipment used by criminal justice agencies. NLECTC, a program of the NIJ
Office of Science and Technology, provides criminal justice professionals with information
on technology, guidelines and standards for these technologies, objective testing data, and
science and engineering advice and support to implement these technologies.

Additionally, most of the items are free; others are available either as photocopies for a nom-
inal fee ($5 plus $0.10 per page) or through interlibrary loan. To find out hardcopy avail-
ability and to order documents, please contact NCJRS at 800–851–3420 or e-mail
askncjrs@ncjrs.org. A complete list of NIJ’s most recently published science and technolo-
gy documents issued through NLECTC can be found in the National Law Enforcement and
Corrections Technology Center Publications List (NCJ 164034). Call the national head-
quarters of NLECTC for more information (800–248–2742) or visit the JUSTNET Web site.
A complete list of OLES publications and ordering information can be found in the
Literature Library at the OLES Web site or by calling 301–975–2757.
Jeremy Travis
Director
National Institute of Justice

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The following lists and describes NIJ’s publica- School of Government and held with some of the
tion and videotape series formats: leading figures in American policing. These 8- to
16-page bulletins highlight issues of importance
AIDS BULLETINS. Short, nontechnical summaries to the improvement and future of policing.
of important information on AIDS and related jus-
tice policies. PROGRAM FOCUS. Highlights of a specific State or
local criminal justice program that is innovative or
ANNUAL REPORT. A report to the President, the promising.
Congress, and the Attorney General presenting the
results of NIJ research and development as well RESEARCH FORUM. Presentations by nationally
as evaluations of State and local programs aimed and internationally prominent criminal justice
at controlling drug abuse and crime. scholars speaking about criminal justice research
and policy issues at NIJ-sponsored conferences.
CONSTRUCTION BULLETINS. Summarized case
studies of progressive techniques for constructing RESEARCH IN ACTION (RIA). Similar to a
correctional facilities. Research in Brief, except that the focus is on how
the research has been translated into practice.
CRIME FILE. Series of 30-minute videotapes
of panel discussions of critical criminal justice RESEARCH IN BRIEF (RIB). Nontechnical summary,
issues, accompanied by brief study guides. usually six to eight pages, of findings of NIJ-
sponsored research, evaluation, program develop-
ISSUES AND PRACTICES. Detailed descriptions ment, or technology projects whose results are
of program options and management issues in particularly important and reflect high-quality
a topic area based on a review of research and research.
evaluation findings, operational experience, and
expert opinion. RESEARCH IN PROGRESS SEMINARS. Sixty-minute
videotapes featuring criminal justice scholars
NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF JUSTICE JOURNAL. discussing cutting-edge research before a live
Formerly called NIJ Reports and National audience. These presentations are also summarized
Institute of Justice Reports, a periodical present- in the Research in Progress Preview series or in
ing articles on topical research, evaluation, and the NIJ Journal.
demonstration program results, as well as news
of NIJ activities, disseminated to a wide audience RESEARCH PREVIEW. Formerly called National
of policymakers and practitioners. Institute of Justice Update, two-page nontechnical
highlights of findings stemming from a specific
NIJ STANDARDS. Reports describing and evaluat- project, either recently completed or in progress.
ing minimum performance standards for any The results of most projects are disseminated
device with potential use within the criminal through Research Previews.
justice system.
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY PUBLICATIONS.
PERSPECTIVES ON CRIME AND JUSTICE VIDEOTAPE Available in various formats—from a newsletter
LECTURES. Sixty-minute videos featuring national-
(NLECTC Technology Beat, currently called
ly prominent scholars speaking about crime and TechBeat) to equipment performance reports to
justice research as it relates to creating effective consumer product lists. These materials translate
policy. Volumes containing the full text of each scientific and technological research and develop-
speech have been published in NIJ’s new Research ment activities into layman’s terms for the criminal
Forum series. justice, law enforcement, and corrections fields
PERSPECTIVES ON POLICING. Reports from the and contribute to the development of tools to
Executive Session on Policing, cosponsored by improve the safety and operational efficiency
NIJ and Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy of criminal justice agencies.

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COMMUNITY POLICING
Community Policing: A Practical Guide for Community Policing in Action: Lessons From
Police Officials (Perspectives on Policing). an Observational Study (Research Preview).
Brown, L.P. 1989. 12 pp. NCJ 118001. Mastrofski, S., Parks, R.B., Worden, R.E. 1998.
Community policing, Program implementation, 4 pp. FS 000199. Available electronically.
Police management, Model programs Full presentation available on videotape.
Community policing, Police management, Police-
Community Policing and the Police Officer citizen interactions, Observational studies
(Perspectives on Policing). Meese, E. 1993.
12 pp. NCJ 139164. Community Policing in Chicago: Year Two
Community policing, Police management, (Research Preview). 1995. 4 pp. FS 000105.
Police professionalism, Police recruit training Available electronically.
Community policing, Policing innovations,
Community Policing Exchange, March/April Evaluations
1995. 1995. 9 pp. Available electronically.
Community policing, Public safety, Community Policing in Madison: Quality
Community crime prevention From the Inside Out: An Evaluation of
Implementation and Impact (Research Report).
Community Policing Exchange, May/June Skogan, W.K., Wycoff, M.A. 1993. 104 pp.
1995. 1995. 22 pp. Available electronically. NCJ 144390.
Community policing, Police community relations Evaluations, Community policing, Problem-
programs, Community crime prevention oriented policing
Community Policing Exchange, July/August Community Policing in Seattle: A Model
1995. 1995. 14 pp. Available electronically. Partnership Between Citizens and Police (RIB).
Community policing, Police community relations Fleissner, D., Fedan, N., Klinger, D., and
programs, Schools Stotland, E. 1992. 12 pp. NCJ 136608.
Community policing, Drug law enforcement,
Community Policing Exchange, September/
October 1995. 1995. 15 pp. Available electronically. Community crime prevention
Community policing, Police community relations Community Policing: Issues and Practices Around
programs, Computers the World (Issues and Practices). Skolnick, J.H.,
Community Policing Exchange, November/ Bayley, D.H. 1988. 94 pp. NCJ 111428.
December 1995. 1995. 15 pp. Available Policing innovations, Community policing
electronically. history, Foreign police
Community policing, Police community relations Community Policing Strategies (Research
programs, Community policing program Preview). 1995. 2 pp. FS 000126. Available
descriptions electronically.
Community policing, Foot patrols, Problem-
Community Policing Exchange, January/
February 1996. 1996. 14 pp. Available oriented policing
electronically. Debating the Evolution of American Policing: An
Community policing, Handguns, Sex offenders Edited Transcript to Accompany ‘The Evolving
Community Policing Exchange, March/April Strategy of Policing’ (Perspectives on Policing).
1996. 1996. 12 pp. Available electronically. Hartmann, F.X. 1988. 10 pp. NCJ 114214.
History of policing, Police reform
Community policing, Change management

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Evaluating Patrol Officer Performance Under Neighborhoods and Police: The Maintenance
Community Policing: The Houston Experience of Civil Authority (Perspectives on Policing).
(Research Report). Oettmeier, T.N., Wycoff, Kelling, G., Stewart, J.K. 1989. 12 pp.
M.A. 1994. 30 pp. NCJ 142462. NCJ 115950.
Community policing, Evaluations Civil rights, Community policing, Community
crime prevention
The Evolving Strategy of Policing (Perspectives
on Policing). Kelling, G.L., Moore, M.H. 1988. The New Policing: Confronting Complexity
16 pp. NCJ 114213. (RIB). Goldstein, H. 1993. 6 pp. NCJ 145157.
History of policing, Police organizational structure, Police attitudes, Police-citizen interactions,
Police reform Community policing

The Evolving Strategy of Policing: A Minority Newport News Tests Problem-Oriented Policing
View (Perspectives on Policing). Murphy, P.V., (RIA). Spelman, W., Eck, J.E. 1987. 8 pp.
Williams, H. 1990. 16 pp. NCJ 121019. NCJ 104314.
History of policing, Police-minority relations, Policing innovations, Police manpower deployment,
Racial discrimination Police resource allocation, Proactive police units

Implementation Challenges in Community On the Front Lines: A Directory of Community


Policing: Innovative Neighborhood-Oriented Policing Programs in America’s Cities. U.S.
Policing in Eight Cities (RIB). Sadd, S., Grinc, Conference of Mayors. 1994. 50 pp. NCJ 147037.
R.M. 1996. 20 pp. NCJ 157932. Available Police policies and procedures, Policing
electronically. innovations, Program descriptions
Community policing, Community crime prevention,
Evaluations Police Accountability and Community Policing
(Perspectives on Policing). Kelling, G.L.,
Implementing Community Policing Wasserman, R., Williams, H. 1988. 8 pp.
(Perspectives on Policing). Sparrow, M.K. 1988. NCJ 114211.
12 pp. NCJ 114217. Community policing, Police management, Police
Police organizational structure, Police accountability
management
Police and Communities: The Quiet Revolution
Implementing Community Policing: The (Perspectives on Policing). Kelling, G.L. 1988.
Administrative Problem (Perspectives on 8 pp. NCJ 109955.
Policing). Bratton, W.J., Kelling, G.L. 1993. Problem-oriented policing, Police community
12 pp. NCJ 141236. relations programs
Community policing, Police organizational
structure, Police reform Policing and the Fear of Crime (Perspectives
on Policing). Moore, M.H., Trojanowicz, R.C.
Law Enforcement in a Time of Community 1988. 8 pp. NCJ 111459.
Policing (Research Preview). Mastrofski, S.D., Fear of crime, Public attitudes toward crime,
Worden, R.E., Snipes, J.B. 1996. 2 pp. FS 000149. Reactions to crime
Available electronically.
Police discretion, Arrest and apprehension, Problem-Oriented Policing (RIB). Spelman,
Evaluations W., Eck, J.E. 1987. 8 pp. NCJ 102371.
Problem-oriented policing, Crime analysis,
Model of Community Policing: The Singapore Police policies and procedures
Story (Research Report). Bayley, D.H. 1989.
36 pp. NCJ 116019.
Foreign police, Evaluations, Foot patrols

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CORRECTIONS
The Americans With Disabilities Act and Cronin, R.C., Felker, D.B., Pearson, F.R., Han,
Criminal Justice: Mental Disabilities and M., Hill, S.M. 1996. 12 pp. NCJ 157317.
Corrections (RIA). Rubin, P.N., McCampbell, Available electronically.
S.W. 1995. 8 pp. NCJ 155061. Available Boot camps, Juveniles, Shock incarceration
electronically. programs
Americans With Disabilities Act, Mental disabilities
and corrections, Inmates
Chicago’s Safer Foundation: A Road Back for
Ex-Offenders (Program Focus). Finn, P. 1998.
The Americans With Disabilities Act and 20 pp. NCJ 167575. Available electronically.
Criminal Justice: Providing Inmate Services Ex-offenders, Employment services, Postrelease
(RIA). McCampbell, S.W., Rubin, P.N. 1994. programs
8 pp. NCJ 148139. Contracting for the Operation of Prisons and
Americans With Disabilities Act, Inmates, Mental
Jails (RIB). Hackett, J.C., Hatry, H.P., Levinson,
disabilities and corrections
R.B., Allen, J., Chi, K., Feigenbaum, E.D. 1987.
“Boot Camp” Drug Treatment and Aftercare 8 pp. NCJ 104917.
Intervention: An Evaluation Review (Research Privatization of corrections, Correctional facilities,
Report). Cowles, E.L., Castellano, T.C., with the Security
assistance of L.A. Gransky. 1995. 186 pp. Controlling Tuberculosis in Community
NCJ 153918. Corrections (RIA). Wilcock, K., Hammett, T.M.,
Boot camps, Drug treatment programs, Aftercare
Parent, D.G. 1995. 12 pp. NCJ 153211.
“Boot Camp” Drug Treatment and Aftercare Available electronically.
Interventions: An Evaluation Review (RIB). Tuberculosis, Community-based corrections,
Cowles, E.L., Castellano, T.C., Gransky, L.A., Public health
1995. NCJ 155062. 16 pp. Available electronically. Correctional Boot Camps: A Tough
Boot camps, Drug treatment programs, Aftercare Intermediate Sanction (Research Report).
Boot Camps for Adult and Juvenile Offenders: MacKenzie, D.L., Hebert, E.E., eds. 1996.
Overview and Update (Research Report). 315 pp. NCJ 157639. Available electronically.
Cronin, R.C., Han, M. 1994. 80 pp. NCJ 149175. Boot camps, Intermediate sanctions, Shock
Boot camps, Juveniles, Shock incarceration incarceration programs
programs A Corrections-Based Continuum of Effective
Boot Camps for Juvenile Offenders: Drug Abuse Treatment (Research in Progress
An Implementation Evaluation of Three Preview). Inciardi, J.A. 1996. 4 pp. FS 000145.
Demonstration Programs (Research Report). Available electronically. Full presentation
Bourque, B.B., Cronin, R.C., Pearson, F.R., available on videotape.
Felker, D.B., Han, M., Hill, S.M. 1996. 121 pp. Drug treatment programs, Drug offenders,
Work release
NCJ 157316. Available electronically.
Boot camps, Juveniles, Shock incarceration Day Reporting Centers for Criminal
programs Offenders—A Descriptive Analysis of Existing
Boot Camps for Juvenile Offenders: Programs (Issues and Practices). Parent, D.G.
An Implementation Evaluation of Three 1990. 78 pp. NCJ 125268.
Demonstration Programs (RIB). Bourque, B.B., Electronic monitoring, Day treatment, Prison
crowding

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The Delaware Department of Correction Life NCJ 134709.


Skills Program (Program Focus). Finn, P. 1998. Probation/parole, Intensive supervision,
20 pp. NCJ 169589. Available electronically. Intermediate sanctions
Drug treatment programs, Life skills, Violence
The Growing Use of Jail Boot Camps: The
Difficult Clients, Large Caseloads Plague Current State of the Art (RIB). Austin, J.,
Probation, Parole Agencies (RIA). Bolyard, M., Jones, M. 1993. 8 pp. NCJ 143708.
Guynes, R. 1988. 8 pp. NCJ 113768. Boot camps, Juveniles, Shock incarceration
Caseload management, Probation/parole programs

Electronic Monitoring and Correctional Policy: Guidelines for Developing, Implementing,


The Technology and Its Application (Research and Revising an Objective Prison Classification
Report). Friel, C.M., Vaughn, J.B., del Carmen, System (Research Report). Buchanan, R.A.,
R. 1987. 84 pp. NCJ 104817. Whitlow, K.L. 1987. 48 pp. NCJ 108408.
Electronic monitoring, Prison crowding, Inmate classification, Corrections staff training
Corrections costs
Implementing Performance-Based Measures in
Electronic Monitoring of Offenders Increases Community Corrections (RIB). Boone, H.N., Jr.,
(RIA). Schmidt, A.K. 1989. 4 pp. NCJ 116750. Fulton, B.A. 1996. 8 pp. NCJ 158836. Available
Electronic monitoring, Probation/parole, Intensive electronically.
supervision Community-based corrections, Probation/parole,
Evaluations
Evaluation of Drug Treatment in Local
Corrections (Research Preview). Tunis, S., Inventory of Aftercare Provisions for 52 Boot
Austin, J., Morris, M., Hardyman, P., Bolyard, M. Camp Programs (Research Report). Bourque,
1997. 2 pp. FS 000173. Available electronically. B.B., Han, M., Hill, S.M. 1996. 147 pp.
Drug treatment programs, Postrelease programs NCJ 157104. Available electronically.
Aftercare, Boot camps, Federal Bureau of Prisons
Evaluation of Drug Treatment in Local
Corrections (Research Report). Tunis, S., Austin, Jail Management Software Developed With NIJ
J., Morris, M., Hardyman, P., Bolyard, M. 1996. Support (RIA). Waterhouse, L.D. 1989. 2 pp.
180 pp. NCJ 159313. NCJ 113062.
Drug treatment programs, Postrelease programs Jail management, Records management,
Computer software
Evaluation of the Florida Community Control
Program (RIB). Baird, C., Wagner, D. 1993. Keeping Incarcerated Mothers and Their
6 pp. NCJ 137773. Daughters Together: Girl Scouts Beyond Bars
Corrections costs, Probation/parole, Intensive (Program Focus). Moses, M.C. 1995. 12 pp.
supervision NCJ 156217. Available electronically.
Women, Children of inmates, National Institute
Evaluation of Shock Incarceration in Louisiana of Justice
(RIB). Gowdy, V.B., MacKenzie, D.L., Shaw,
J.W. 1993. 8 pp. NCJ 140567. Making Jails Productive (RIB). Jacobsen, V.J.,
Shock incarceration programs, Boot camps, Miller, R., Sexton, G.E. 1991. 6 pp. NCJ 132396.
Program evaluations Correctional industries, Inmate vocational training,
National Institute of Justice
Focusing on High-Risk Parolees: An
Experiment to Reduce Commitments to the Managing Adult Sex Offenders in the
Texas Department of Corrections (Program Community—A Containment Approach (RIB).
Evaluation). Turner, S., Petersilia, J. 1991. 73 pp. English, K., Pullen, S., Jones, L. 1997. 12 pp.

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NCJ 163387. Available electronically. Intensive supervision, Probation/parole,


Sex offenders, Probation/parole, Intensive Alternatives to institutionalization
supervision
NIJ Survey of Jail Administrators (National
Managing Mentally Ill Offenders in the Institute of Justice Update). 1995. 2 pp.
Community: Milwaukee’s Community Support FS 000087.
Program (Program Focus). McDonald, D.C., Gangs, Alternative sanctions, Jail management
Teitelbaum, M. 1994. 12 pp. NCJ 145330.
Available electronically. NIJ Survey of Probation and Parole Agency
Mentally ill offenders, Community-based Directors (National Institute of Justice Update).
corrections, Alternatives to incarceration 1995. 2 pp. FS 000086.
Probation/parole, Caseload management,
Managing Prison Growth in North Carolina Work release
Through Structured Sentencing (Program
NIJ Survey of Wardens and State
Focus). Wright, R.F. 1998. 16 pp. NCJ 168944.
Commissioners of Corrections (National
Available electronically.
Institute of Justice Update). 1995. 2 pp.
Prison crowding, Intermediate sanctions,
Sentencing FS 000085.
Wardens, Prison crowding, Gangs
Managing Prison Health Care and Costs
(Issues and Practices). McDonald, D.C. 1995. Operating Jail Industries: A Resource Manual.
137 pp. NCJ 152768. Sexton, G.E., Miller, R., Jacobsen, V.J. 1990.
Prison health care, Corrections costs, 285 pp. NCJ 128796.
Privatization of corrections Correctional industries, Inmate vocational training,
Postrelease programs
Measuring the Use of Imprisonment (RIA).
Garofalo, J. 1987. 6 pp. NCJ 107066. The Orange County, Florida, Jail Educational
Imprisonment, Corrections policies and Vocational Programs (Program Focus).
Finn, P. 1997. 16 pp. NCJ 166820. Available
Multisite Evaluation of Shock Incarceration electronically.
(Research Report). MacKenzie, D.L., Souryal, C. Federal aid, Inmate vocational training, Life skills
1994. 52 pp. NCJ 150062. Available electronically.
Evaluations, Shock incarceration programs, Project Re-Enterprise: A Texas Program
Prison crowding (Program Focus). Moses, M.C. 1996. 16 pp.
NCJ 161448. Available electronically.
Nation’s Jail Managers Assess Their Problems Drug offenders, Ex-offenders, Inmate vocational
(RIA). Guynes, R. 1988. 8 pp. NCJ 113326. training
Prison crowding, Corrections policies, Corrections
staff training Providing Services for Jail Inmates With Mental
Disorders (RIB). Steadman, H.J., Veysey, B.M.
A National Survey of Aftercare Provisions for 1997. 12 pp. NCJ 162207. Available electronically.
Boot Camp Graduates (RIB). Bourque, B.B., Mentally ill offenders, Mental disabilities and
Han, M., Hill, S.M. 1996. 16 pp. NCJ 157664. corrections
Available electronically.
Aftercare, Boot camps, Shock incarceration Public Health/Corrections Collaborations:
programs Prevention and Treatment of HIV/AIDS, STDs,
and TB (RIB). Hammett, T.M. 1998. 20 pp.
New Dimensions in Probation: Georgia’s
NCJ 169590. Available electronically.
Experience With Intensive Probation
Public health, HIV/AIDS, STD’s, Tuberculosis
Supervision (RIB). Erwin, B.S., Bennett, L.A.
1987. 8 pp. NCJ 102848.

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Recovering Correctional Costs Through f. Unintended Consequences of Incarceration.


Offender Fees (Issues and Practices). Parent, D. Clear, T.R. 19 pp. NCJ 163785.
1990. 66 pp. NCJ 125084. Incarceration, Sentencing, Deterrence
Corrections costs, Fees, Community services
Shock Incarceration: An Overview of Existing
Reintegrating Juvenile Offenders Into the Programs (Issues and Practices). Parent, D.G.
Community: OJJDP’s Intensive Community- 1989. 123 pp. NCJ 114902.
Based Aftercare Demonstration Program Shock incarceration programs, Juveniles,
(Research in Progress Preview). Altschuler, D.M. First offenders
1998. 4 pp. FS 000234. Available electronically.
Shock Incarceration in New York: Focus on
Full presentation available on videotape.
Treatment (Program Focus). Aziz, D.W., Clark,
Aftercare, Juveniles
C.L., MacKenzie, D.L. 1994. 12 pp. NCJ 148410.
Researchers Evaluate Eight Shock Available electronically.
Incarceration Programs (National Institute of Shock incarceration programs, Drug treatment
Justice Update). 1994. 2 pp. FS 000070. programs
Available electronically. Shock Incarceration Programs in State
Evaluations, Shock incarceration programs,
Correctional Jurisdictions: An Update (RIA).
Prison crowding
MacKenzie, D.L., Ballow, D.B. 1989. 2 pp.
Resolution of Prison Riots (RIB). Useem, B., NCJ 120287.
Camp, C.G., Camp, G.M., Dugan, R. 1995. 20 pp. Shock incarceration programs, Juveniles,
NCJ 155283. Available electronically. Boot camps
Prison riots, Inmates, Security
Successful Job Placement for Ex-Offenders:
Sentencing and Corrections Workshop: The Center for Employment Opportunities
Prepared Papers. 1996. All six papers are (Program Focus). Finn, P. 1998. 20 pp.
available electronically. NCJ 168102. Available electronically.
Ex-offenders, Employment services, Life skills
a. Managing Change in Correctional
Institutions. Dickey, W.J. 10 pp. NCJ 163786 Systemwide Strategies To Alleviate Jail
Sentencing, Imprisonment, Prison crowding Crowding (RIB). Hall, A. 1987. 6 pp. NCJ 103202.
Prison crowding, Jail management, Judges
b. Managing Correctional Change in
Community Corrections. Jacobson, M.P. 12 Texas’ Project RIO (Re-Integration of
pp. NCJ 163788. Offenders) (Program Focus). Finn, P. 1998.
Crime Act, Prison construction, Imprisonment 20 pp. NCJ 168637. Available electronically.
Employment services, Ex-offenders, Inmate
c. Measuring Sentencing Impacts Using Extant vocational training
Data. Greenwood, P. 16 pp. NCJ 163787.
Courts, Deterrence, Sentencing Tuberculosis in Correctional Facilities (Issues
and Practices). Hammett, T.M., Harrold, L. 1994.
d. Measuring Sentencing Outcomes Through 68 pp. NCJ 143399.
Experiments. MacKenzie, D.L. 17 pp. Tuberculosis, Correctional facilities, HIV/AIDS
NCJ 163789.
Sentencing, Courts, Research Tuberculosis in Correctional Facilities 1994–95
(RIB). Wilcock, K., Hammett, T.M., Widom, R.,
e. Sentencing and Corrections Research. Epstein, J. 1996. 12 pp. NCJ 157809. Available
Tonry, M. 14 pp. NCJ 163790. electronically.
Sentencing, Research, Racial discrimination Tuberculosis, Correctional facilities, HIV/AIDS

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Two Views on Imprisonment Policies: Lethal The Women’s Prison Association: Supporting
Violence and the Overreach of American Women Offenders and Their Families (Program
Imprisonment and Supply Side Imprisonment Focus). Conly, C. 1998. 24 pp. NCJ 172858.
Policy (Research Report). Zimring, F.E. (with G. Available electronically.
Hawkins), Block, M.K. 1997. 30 pp. NCJ 165702. Women, Children of inmates, Inmates
Available electronically.
Alternatives to institutionalization, Deterrence, Work in American Prisons: Joint Ventures with
Sentencing the Private Sector (Program Focus). Sexton,
G.E. 1995. 16 pp. NCJ 156215. Available
Use of Electronic Monitoring in the United electronically.
States: 1989 Update (RIB). Renzema, M., Correctional industries, Inmate vocational training
Skelton, D.T. 1990. 6 pp. NCJ 131651.
Electronic monitoring, Research, Fees Work in American Prisons: The Private Sector
Gets Involved (Issues and Practices). Auerbach,
Wardens and State Corrections Commissioners B.J., Sexton, G.E., Farrow, F.C., Lawson, R.H.
Offer Their Views in National Assessment 1988. 114 pp. NCJ 112331.
(RIA). Grieser, R.C. 1988. 8 pp. NCJ 113585. Correctional industries, Research, Inmate
Wardens, Research, Prison crowding vocational training

Women Offenders: Programming Needs and Work Release: Recidivism and Corrections
Promising Approaches (RIB). Morash, M., Costs in Washington State (RIB). Turner, S.,
Bynum, T.S., Koons, B.A. 1998. 12 pp. Petersilia, J. 1996. 16 pp. NCJ 163706. Available
NCJ 171668. Available electronically. electronically.
Women, Inmates, Inmate classification Work release, Recidivism, Corrections costs

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T h e N I J P u b l i c a t i o n s C a t a l o g

CORRECTIONS CONSTRUCTION
Acquiring New Prison Sites: The Federal Jail Construction in California (Construction
Experience (Construction Bulletin). Houk, W.B. Bulletin). Lammers, N.P., Morris, M.O. 1990.
1987. 4 pp. NCJ 106784. 12 pp. NCJ 125097.
Federal Bureau of Prisons, Correctional facilities, Prison construction, Funding of prison construc-
Prison construction tion, Correctional facility interior design

Building on Experience: A Case Study of Lease-Purchase Financing of Prison and Jail


Advanced Construction and Financing Methods Construction (Issues and Practices). Chaiken, J.,
for Corrections (Model Program Description). Mennemeyer, S. 1987. 32 pp. NCJ 114210.
DeWitt, C.B. 1987. 80 pp. NCJ 103869. Prison construction, Prison costs, Privatization
Prison construction, Case studies, Corrections of corrections
costs
Maine Jails: Progress Through Partnerships
Construction Cost Indexes (Construction (Construction Bulletin). Miller, R., Clark, B.
Bulletin). 1993. 12 pp. NCJ 140964. 1987. 8 pp. NCJ 104918.
Prison construction, Construction costs, Prison construction, Jail renovation bond issues
Correctional facilities
National Directory of Corrections Construction,
Construction Options: A California Case Study Second Edition. DeWitt, C.B. 1988. 598 pp.
(Construction Bulletin). Knapel, C.S. 1992. 8 pp. NCJ 110233.
NCJ 136079. Prison construction, Correctional facilities
Prison construction
National Directory of Corrections Construction:
Correctional Needs Met by Federal Surplus 1993 Supplement. 1993. 363 pp. NCJ 142525.
Property (Construction Bulletin). 1990. 8 pp. Correctional facilities, Prison construction, Prison
NCJ 112177. security
Federal aid, Prison crowding, Correctional facili-
ties, Prison conditions Oklahoma Prison Expansion Saves Time and
Money (Construction Bulletin). DeWitt, C.B.,
Cost Savings in New Generation Jails: The Unger, C.A. 1987. 6 pp. NCJ 105290.
Direct Supervision Approach (Construction Prison construction, Prison security, Prison
Bulletin). Nelson, W.R. 1988. 8 pp. NCJ 105288. crowding
Prison construction, Correctional facility interior
design, Direct supervision Project Delivery Options: An Introduction to
Corrections Construction (Construction
From Arizona to South Carolina: Transfer of a Bulletin). Knapel, C.S. 1993. 12 pp. NCJ 142258.
Prison Design Model (Construction Bulletin). Prison construction, Corrections planning
Quinlan, J.M. 1990. 8 pp. NCJ 114915.
Prison construction, Federal Bureau of Prisons, Stopping Escapes: Perimeter Security
National Institute of Justice, Direct supervision (Construction Bulletin). Camp, G., Camp, C.
1987. 12 pp. NCJ 104600.
Inmates Build Prisons in South Carolina Prison security, Escape
(Construction Bulletin). Carter, S.A.,
Humphries, A.C. 1987. 12 pp. NCJ 106783.
Prison construction, Prison crowding, Inmates

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T h e N I J P u b l i c a t i o n s C a t a l o g

C O U RT S
Alternative Sanctions in Germany: An McEwen, T. 1996. 114 pp. NCJ 161258.
Overview of Germany’s Sentencing Practices Available electronically.
(Research in Progress Preview). 1996. 4 pp. Evidence, Forensic science, DNA
FS 000137. Available electronically.
Full presentation available on videotape. Coordinating Criminal and Juvenile Court
Alternative sanctions, Germany, Youthful offenders Proceedings in Child Maltreatment Cases
(Research Preview). Whitcomb, D., Hardin, M.
Alternative Sentencing: Selling It to the Public 1996. 4 pp. FS 000157. Available electronically.
(RIA). Castle, M.N. 1991. 6 pp. NCJ 129875. Criminal court, Juvenile court, Child protection
Public attitudes toward corrections, Intermediate
sanctions, Alternatives to incarceration Court Security and the Transportation of
Prisoners (Research Preview). National Sheriffs’
Analyzing Costs in the Courts (Issues and Association. 1997. 4 pp. FS 000165. Available
Practices). Chabotar, K., Wylie, K., Floyd, K. electronically.
1987. 132 pp. NCJ 105556. Court security, Transporting prisoners, Controlled
Court costs, Court reorganization, State courts, access to building facilities
Court management
The Criminalization of Domestic Violence:
Assessing the Impact of Dade County’s Felony Promises and Limits (Research Report).
Drug Court (RIB). Goldkamp, J.S., Weiland, D. Fagan, J. 1996. 64 pp. NCJ 157641. Available
1993. 12 pp. NCJ 145302. electronically.
Drug treatment programs, Drug offenders, Victims, Domestic assault
Drug courts
Day Fines in American Courts: The Staten
Caseweighting Systems for Prosecutors: Island and Milwaukee Experiments (Issues
Guidelines and Procedures (Issues and and Practices). Greene, J., McDonald, D.C.,
Practices). Jacoby, J.E. 1987. 115 pp. NCJ 109771. Worzella, C. 1992. 105 pp. NCJ 136611.
Caseload management, Prosecution, Day fines, Intermediate sanctions, Sentencing
Caseweighting systems
Day Reporting Centers, Volume I (Issues and
Civil Protection Orders: Legislation, Current Practices). Parent, D., Byrne, J., Tsarfaty, V.,
Court Practice, and Enforcement (Issues and Valade, L., Esselman, J. 1995. 57 pp. NCJ 155060.
Practices). Finn, P., Colson, S. 1990. 72 pp. Community-based corrections, Alternatives to
NCJ 123263. incarceration, Intermediate sanctions
Restraining orders, Domestic assault, Court
orders, Victims The Detroit Handgun Intervention Program:
A Court-Based Program for Youthful Handgun
Confronting Domestic Violence: The Role of Offenders (Research in Progress Preview). Roth,
Criminal Court Judges (RIB). Goolkasian, G.A. J. 1998. 4 pp. FS 000231. Available electronically.
1986. 8 pp. NCJ 102833. Full presentation available on videotape.
Domestic assault, Victims, Judges Handguns, Youthful offenders, Violence
Convicted by Juries, Exonerated by Science: The Drug Court Movement (National Institute
Case Studies in the Use of DNA Evidence to of Justice Update). 1995. 2 pp. FS 000093.
Establish Innocence After Trial (Research Available electronically.
Report). Connors, E., Lundregan, T., Miller, N., Drug court, Drug treatment programs, Judges

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T h e N I J P u b l i c a t i o n s C a t a l o g

Drug Courts and the Role of Graduated Intermediate Sanctions in Sentencing Guidelines
Sanctions (Research in Progress Preview). (Issues and Practices). Tonry, M. 1997. 71 pp.
Harrell, A. 1998. 4 pp. FS 000219. Available elec- NCJ 165043. Available electronically.
tronically. Full presentation available on videotape. Intermediate sanctions, Sentencing
Drug courts, Graduated sanctions, Day treatment
Judges and Trial Court Administrators Assess
Effecting Change in the Courts: A Process of the Nation’s Criminal Justice Needs (RIA).
Leadership (RIA). Compiled from material pro- Nugent, H., McEwen, J.T. 1988. 6 pp.
vided by R.D. Lefever. 1987. 4 pp. NCJ 109960. NCJ 113584.
Change management, Court reorganization, Judges, Trial court administrators
Court management
Justice and Treatment Innovation: The Drug
Environmental Crime Prosecution: Results of Court Movement (Issues and Practices).
a National Survey (RIB). 1994. 12 pp. Goldkamp, J.S. 1994. 51 pp. NCJ 149260.
NCJ 150310. Available electronically. Drug courts, Court management, Judges
Courts, Prosecution, Environmental offenses
Key Legislative Issues in Criminal Justice: The
Evaluating Intensive Supervision Probation/ Impact of Sentencing Guidelines (RIA). Parent,
Parole: Results of a Nationwide Experiment D., Dunworth, T., McDonald, D., Rhodes, W.
(RIB). Petersilia, J., Turner, S. 1993. 12 pp. 1996. 6 pp. NCJ 161837. Available electronically.
NCJ 141637. Sentencing, Courts, Probation/parole
Intensive supervision, Probation/parole
Key Legislative Issues in Criminal Justice:
Fines as Criminal Sanctions (RIB). Hillsman, Intermediate Sanctions (RIA). Parent, D.,
S.T., Mahoney, B., Cole, G.F., Auchter, B. 1987. Dunworth, T., McDonald, D., Rhodes, W. 1997.
8 pp. NCJ 106773. 6 pp. NCJ 161838. Available electronically.
Fines, First offenders, Restitution Intermediate sanctions, Legislation, Sentencing

Impact of the Federal Sentencing Guidelines Key Legislative Issues in Criminal Justice:
(RIA). Block, M.K., Rhodes, W.M. 1987. 8 pp. Mandatory Sentencing (RIA). Parent, D.,
NCJ 107542. Dunworth, T., McDonald, D., Rhodes, W. 1997.
Federal sentencing guidelines, Sentencing, 6 pp. NCJ 161839. Available electronically.
Property offenses Mandatory sentencing, Legislation, Courts
Improving Court Productivity: Two New Jersey Key Legislative Issues in Criminal Justice:
Experiences (RIA). Guynes, R., Miller, N. 1988. Transferring Serious Juvenile Offenders to
6 pp. NCJ 109958. Adult Courts (RIA). Parent, D., Dunworth, T.,
Courts, Court management, Court reorganization McDonald, D., Rhodes, W. 1997. 6 pp.
In New York City, a “Community Court” and NCJ 161840. Available electronically.
a New Legal Culture (Program Focus). Youthful offenders, Juveniles, Juvenile court waiver
Anderson, D.C. 1996. 12 pp. NCJ 158613. Local Prosecution of Environmental Crime
Available electronically. (Issues and Practices). Epstein, J., Hammett,
Community courts, Accountability, Social services T.M. 1993. 126 pp. NCJ 143270.
Intermediate Sanctions (RIB). Gowdy, V.B. Environmental offenses, Prosecution
1993. 12 pp. NCJ 140540. Local Prosecutors and Corporate Crime (RIB).
Intermediate sanctions, Day fines, Intensive Benson, M.L., Cullen, F.T., Maakestad, W.J. 1993.
supervision, Probation/parole, Electronic monitoring 8 pp. NCJ 137863.
Corporate crime, Prosecution

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T h e N I J P u b l i c a t i o n s C a t a l o g

Making Confinement Decisions (RIB). Prosecuting Environmental Crime: Los Angeles


Zedlewski, E.W. 1987. 6 pp. NCJ 105834. County (Program Focus). Hammett, T.M.,
Corrections costs, Deterrence, Prison construction Epstein, J. 1993. 16 pp. NCJ 141868.
Environmental offenses, Courts, Special investi-
Making the Offender Foot the Bill (Program gating units
Focus). Finn, P., Parent, D. 1992. 12 pp.
NCJ 136839. Prosecuting Gangs: A National Assessment
Probation/parole, Fees (RIB). Johnson, C., Webster, B., Connors, E.
1995. 12 pp. NCJ 151785. Available electronically.
Miami’s “Drug Court”: A Different Approach Gangs, Prosecution, Courts
(Program Focus). Finn, P., Newlyn, A.K. 1993.
16 pp. NCJ 142412. Prosecutorial Response to Heavy Drug
Drug courts, Drug treatment programs, Caseloads: Comprehensive Problem-Reduction
Drug offenders Strategies (Issues and Practices). Boland, B.,
Healey, K.M. 1993. 113 pp. NCJ 145745.
NIJ Survey of Judges, Trial Court Caseload management, Courts, Prosecution
Administrators, and State Court Administrators
(National Institute of Justice Update). 1995. Prosecutors’ National Assessment of Needs
2 pp. FS 000090. (RIA). Nugent, H., McEwen, J.T. 1988. 8 pp.
Judges, Courts, Drug courts NCJ 113282.
Prosecution, Courts, Caseload management
NIJ Survey of Prosecutors (National Institute
of Justice Update). 1995. 2 pp. FS 000089. Public Defenders in the Neighborhood: A
Available electronically. Harlem Law Office Stresses Teamwork, Early
Prosecution, Gangs, Research Investigation (Program Focus). Anderson, D.C.
1997. 12 pp. NCJ 163061. Available electronically.
Practices and Attitudes of Trial Court Judges Public defenders, Indigents
Regarding Fines as a Criminal Sanction
(Executive Summary). Cole, G.F., Mahoney, Redefining the Career Criminal: Priority
B., Thornton, M., Hanson, R.A. 1987. 62 pp. Prosecution of High-Rate Dangerous Offenders
NCJ 106270. (Issues and Practices). Chaiken, J., Chaiken, M.
Judges, Fines, Criminal sanctions 1990. 92 pp. NCJ 124136.
Prosecution, Violence, Dangerous offenders
Priority Prosecution of High-Rate Dangerous
Offenders (RIA). Chaiken, J.M., Chaiken, M.R. Resolving Community Conflict: The Dispute
1991. 8 pp. NCJ 124135. Settlement Center of Durham, North Carolina
Prosecution, Dangerous offenders (Program Focus). McGillis, D. 1998. 16 pp.
NCJ 172203. Available electronically.
Prosecuting Child Physical Abuse Cases: A Case Community crime prevention, Neighborhood
Study in San Diego (RIB). Smith, B.E. 1995. justice centers, Mediation, Alternative dispute
12 pp. NCJ 152978. settlement
Child abuse, Child protection, Victims
Responding to Probation and Parole Violations
Prosecuting Child Physical Abuse Cases: (Issues and Practices). Burke, P., Ney, B., Parent,
Lessons Learned From the San Diego D.G., Wentworth, D. 1994. 65 pp. NCJ 149473.
Experience (National Institute of Justice Probation/parole, Escape, Revocation
Update). 1995. 2 pp. FS 000078. Available
electronically. Sentencing Guidelines: Their Effect in
Prosecution, Child abuse, Child protection Minnesota (RIB). Miethe, T.D., Moore, C.A.
1989. 6 pp. NCJ 111381.
Sentencing, Judges, Public defenders

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T h e N I J P u b l i c a t i o n s C a t a l o g

Sentencing Reform Impacts (Issues and Using Civil Remedies for Criminal Behavior:
Practices). Tonry, M.H. 1987. 113 pp. Rationale, Case Studies, and Constitutional
NCJ 104344. Issues (Issues and Practices). Finn, P., Hylton,
Sentencing, Probation/parole, Mandatory sentencing M.O. 1994. 91 pp. NCJ 151757.
Hate crimes, Civil rights, Domestic assault
State Laws on Prosecutors’ and Judges’ Use of
Juvenile Records (RIB). Miller, N. 1995. 20 pp. The Validity and Use of Evidence Concerning
NCJ 155506. Available electronically. Battering and Its Effects in Criminal Trials:
Judges, Prosecution, Juvenile record confidentiality Report Responding to Section 40507 of the
Violence Against Women Act (Research Report).
The Staten Island Day-Fine Project (RIB). 1996. 205 pp. NCJ 160972. Available
Hillsman, S.T., Winterfield, L.A. 1993. 8 pp. electronically.
NCJ 138538. Violence, Women, Stalkers, Violence Against
Day fines, Courts, Sentencing Women Act
“Three Strikes and You’re Out”: A Review of
State Legislation (RIB). Clark, J., Austin, J.,
Henry, D.A. 1997. 16 pp. NCJ 165369.
Available electronically.
Legislation, Three-strikes laws, Sentencing,
Violence

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T h e N I J P u b l i c a t i o n s C a t a l o g

CRIME PREVENTION
Beacons of Hope: New York City’s School-Based 1996. 12 pp. NCJ 157310. Available electronically.
Community Centers (Program Focus). Crime prevention planning
McGillis, D. 1996. 16 pp. NCJ 157667.
Available electronically. “Designing Out” Gang Homicides and Street
Community crime prevention, Juveniles Assaults (RIB). Lasley, J. 1998. 6 pp.
NCJ 173398. Available electronically.
Breaking the Cycle: Predicting and Preventing Gangs, Homicide
Crime (Research Report). Earls, F.J., Reiss, A.J.,
Jr. 1994. 73 pp. NCJ 140541. Available Doing Something About Children at Risk (RIA).
electronically. Herbert, E.E. 1993. 6 pp. NCJ 145124.
Cycle of violence, Community crime prevention Delinquency prevention, Interagency cooperation

Building the Peace: The Resolving Conflict Evaluation of Boys and Girls Clubs in Public
Creatively Program (RCCP) (Program Focus). Housing (Research Preview). 1995. 2 pp.
DeJong, W. 1994. 16 pp. NCJ 149549. FS 000100. Available electronically.
Conflict resolution, Schools Evaluations, Public housing

The Bureau of Justice Assistance The Expanding Role of Crime Prevention


Comprehensive Communities Program: A Through Environmental Design in Premises
Preliminary Report (RIB). Kelling, G.L., Liability (RIB). Gordon, C.L., Brill, W. 1996.
Hochberg, M.R., Kaminska, S.L., Rocheleau, A.M., 8 pp. NCJ 157309. Available electronically.
Rosenbaum, D.P., Roth, J.A., Skogan, W.G. 1998. Crime prevention planning
12 pp. NCJ 171132. Available electronically. Fraud Control in the Health Care Industry:
Community crime prevention, Federal aid Assessing the State of the Art (RIB).
COMmunity Backed Anti-Drug Tax: COMBAT Sparrow, M.K. 1998. 12 pp. NCJ 172841.
in Jackson County, Missouri (Program Focus). Available electronically.
Mills, G. 1996. 16 pp. NCJ 160937. Available Fraud control, Health care
electronically. Helping to Prevent Child Abuse—and Future
Drug treatment programs, Drug offenders Criminal Consequences: Hawai‘i Healthy Start
Crime in the Schools: A Problem-Solving (Program Focus). Earle, R.B. 1995. 12 pp.
Approach (Research in Progress Preview). NCJ 156216. Available electronically.
Kenney, D. 1998. 4 pp. FS 000224. Juveniles, Child abuse, Child protection
Available electronically. Full presentation avail- Improving the Use and Effectiveness of
able on videotape. Neighborhood Watch Programs (RIA). Garofalo,
Schools, Violence J., McLeod, M. 1988. 4 pp. NCJ 108618.
Crime Prevention Through Environmental Crime prevention planning
Design and Community Policing (RIA). Intervening with High-Risk Youth: Preliminary
Fleissner, D., Heinzelmann, F. 1996. 4 pp. Findings from the Children-at-Risk Program
NCJ 157308. Available electronically. (Research in Progress Preview). Harrell, A. 1996.
Crime prevention planning 4 pp. FS 000140. Available electronically. Full
Crime Prevention Through Environmental presentation available on videotape.
Design in Parking Facilities (RIB). Smith, M.S. Delinquency prevention, Schools

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T h e N I J P u b l i c a t i o n s C a t a l o g

The Kansas City Gun Experiment (RIB). Reuter, P., Bushway, S.D. 1998. 20 pp.
Rogan, D.P., Shaw, J.W., Sherman, L.W. 1995. NCJ 171676. Available electronically.
12 pp. NCJ 150855. Available electronically. Community crime prevention, Delinquency
Delinquency prevention, Interagency cooperation prevention

The Kansas City Gun Experiment (National Private Security: Patterns and Trends (RIB).
Institute of Justice Update). 1994. 2 pp. Cunningham, W.C., Strauchs, J.J., Van Meter,
FS 000072. C.W. 1991. 6 pp. NCJ 127594.
Delinquency prevention, Interagency cooperation Security, Private police

Kids, COPS, and Communities (Issues Project To Develop a Model Anti-Stalking Code
and Practices). Chaiken, M.R. 1998. 60 pp. for States (Research Report). National Criminal
NCJ 169599. Available electronically. Justice Association. 1993. 118 pp. NCJ 144477.
Delinquency prevention, Interagency cooperation Stalkers, Legislation

Linking Community Factors and Individual Promoting Crime Prevention Competence


Development (Research in Progress Preview). Among the Elderly. O’Keefe, G.J., Reid-Nash,
Earls, F. 1998. 4 pp. FS 000230. Available K., vanLeuven, J., Victoria, J.S. 1987. 68 pp.
electronically. Full presentation available on NCJ 105229.
videotape. Crime prevention planning, Elderly people
Research, Community crime prevention
Sex Offender Community Notification (RIA).
National Evaluation of G.R.E.A.T. (RIB). Finn, P. 1997. 20 pp. NCJ 162364.
Esbensen, F., Osgood, D.W. 1997. 8 pp. Available electronically.
NCJ 167264. Available electronically. Sex offenders, Community crime prevention
Evaluations, Gangs
Solving Crime Problems in Residential
The New Immigrant Hispanic Population: An Neighborhoods: Comprehensive Changes in
Integrated Approach to Preventing Delinquency Design, Management, and Use (Issues and
and Crime (Research in Progress Preview). Practices). Feins, J.D., Epstein, J.C., Widom, R.
Rodriguez, O. 1996. 4 pp. FS 000144. 1997. 125 pp. NCJ 164488. Available
Available electronically. Full presentation electronically.
available on videotape. Crime prevention planning
Hispanics, Delinquency prevention
State and Local Money Laundering Control
Physical Environment and Crime (Research Strategies (RIB). Karchmer, C., Ruch, D. 1992.
Report). Taylor, R.B., Harrell, A.V. 1996. 35 pp. 8 pp. NCJ 137315.
NCJ 157311. Available electronically. Crime prevention planning
Crime prevention planning
Threat Assessment: An Approach To Prevent
Preventing Crime: What Works, What Doesn’t, Targeted Violence (RIA). Fein, R.A., Vossekuil,
What’s Promising (Research Report). Sherman, B., Holden, G.A. 1995. 8 pp. NCJ 155000.
L.W., Gottfredson, D., Mackenzie, D., Eck, J., Available electronically.
Reuter, P., Bushway, S. 1997. 547 pp. NCJ 165366. Violence, Security, Stalkers
Available electronically. Visibility and Vigilance: Metro’s Situational
Community crime prevention
Approach to Preventing Subway Crime (RIB).
Preventing Crime: What Works, What Doesn’t, La Vigne, N.G. 1997. 12 pp. NCJ 166372.
What’s Promising (RIB). Sherman, L.W., Available electronically.
Gottfredson, D.C., MacKenzie, D.L., Eck, J., Subways, Crime prevention planning

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T h e N I J P u b l i c a t i o n s C a t a l o g

What Can the Federal Government Do to Youth Afterschool Programs and Law
Decrease Crime and Revitalize Communities? Enforcement (Research in Progress Preview).
(Research Forum). 1998. 111 pp. NCJ 172210. Chaiken, M. 1997. 4 pp. FS 000169.
Available electronically. Available electronically. Full presentation
Crime prevention planning, Public health available on videotape.
Afterschool programs

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T h e N I J P u b l i c a t i o n s C a t a l o g

CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM


A N D HIV/AIDS
AIDS and HIV Training and Education in Johnson, B.A. 1987. 4 pp. NCJ 106678.
Criminal Justice Agencies (AIDS Bulletin). HIV/AIDS, Drug offenders
Hammett, T.M. 1989. 6 pp. NCJ 115904.
HIV/AIDS HIV/AIDS and STDs in Juvenile Facilities
(RIB). Widom, R., Hammett, T.M. 1996. 12 pp.
AIDS and Intravenous Drug Use (AIDS NCJ 155509. Available electronically.
Bulletin). DesJarlais, D., Hunt, D.E. 1988. 6 pp. HIV/AIDS, Juveniles, STD’s
NCJ 108620.
HIV/AIDS, Drug offenders HIV Antibody Testing: Procedures,
Interpretation, and Reliability of Results
AIDS and the Law Enforcement Officer (RIA). (AIDS Bulletin). Hammett, T.M. 1988. 8 pp.
Hammett, T.M. 1987. 6 pp. NCJ 107541. NCJ 114206.
HIV/AIDS, Police policies and procedures HIV/AIDS

AIDS and the Law Enforcement Officer: Legal Issues Affecting Offenders and Staff
Concerns and Policy Responses (Issues and (AIDS Bulletin). Takas, M., Hammett, T.M. 1989.
Practices). Hammett, T.M. 1987. 80 pp. 8 pp. NCJ 114731.
NCJ 105196. HIV/AIDS, Correctional facilities
HIV/AIDS, Police policies and procedures
1988 Update: AIDS in Correctional Facilities
AIDS in Correctional Facilities: Issues and (Issues and Practices). Hammett, T.M. 1989.
Options, Third Edition (Issues and Practices). 68 pp. NCJ 115522.
Hammett, T.M., Moini, S. 1988. 286 pp. HIV/AIDS, Correctional facilities
NCJ 109943.
HIV/AIDS, Police policies and procedures 1989 Update: AIDS in Correctional Facilities
(Issues and Practices). Hammett, T.M.,
AIDS in Probation and Parole (Issues and Moini, S. 1990. 70 pp. NCJ 124281.
Practices). Hunt, D.E., Moini, S., McWhan, S. HIV/AIDS, Correctional facilities
1989. 180 pp. NCJ 113020.
HIV/AIDS, Probation/parole 1992 Update: HIV/AIDS in Correctional
Facilities (Issues and Practices). Hammett, T.M.,
Case Management Reduces Drug Use and Harrold, L., Gross, M., Epstein, J. 1994. 96 pp.
Criminality Among Drug-Involved Arrestees: NCJ 143398.
An Experimental Study of an HIV Prevention HIV/AIDS, Correctional facilities
Intervention (Research Report). Rhodes, W.,
Gross, M. 1997. 50 pp. NCJ 155281. 1994 Update: HIV/AIDS and STD’s in
Available electronically. Correctional Facilities (Issues and Practices).
Caseload management, HIV/AIDS Hammett, T.M., Widom, R., Epstein, J., Gross,
M., Sifre, S., Enos, T. 1995. 103 pp. NCJ 156832.
The Cause, Transmission, and Incidence of Available electronically.
AIDS (AIDS Bulletin). Hammett, T.M., Jaffe, H., HIV/AIDS, Correctional facilities

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T h e N I J P u b l i c a t i o n s C a t a l o g

Precautionary Measures and Protective Update on AIDS in Prisons and Jails (AIDS
Equipment: Developing a Reasonable Response Bulletin). Hammett, T.M., Moini, S. 1990. 12 pp.
(AIDS Bulletin). Hammett, T.M. 1988. 4 pp. NCJ 124549.
NCJ 108619. HIV/AIDS, Correctional facilities
HIV/AIDS, Police policies and procedures,
Corrections policies

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T h e N I J P u b l i c a t i o n s C a t a l o g

CRIMINOLOGY AND RESEARCH


Adult Patterns of Criminal Behavior (Research Certification of DNA and Other Forensic
Preview). Horney, J., Osgood, D.W., Marshall, Specialists (National Institute of Justice
I.H. 1996. 2 pp. FS 000146. Available Update). 1995. 2 pp. FS 000095.
electronically. Available electronically.
Criminal behavior, Schools DNA, Forensic science

The Americans With Disabilities Act and Civil Rights and Criminal Justice: Employment
Criminal Justice: An Overview (RIA). Discrimination Overview (RIA). 1995. Rubin,
Rubin, P.N. 1993. 8 pp. NCJ 142960. P.N. 8 pp. NCJ 154278.
Americans With Disabilities Act Civil rights

The Americans With Disabilities Act and Closing the Gaps in Theory and Practice: The
Criminal Justice: Hiring New Employees (RIA). Institute’s Visiting Fellowship Program (RIA).
Rubin, P.N. 1994. 8 pp. NCJ 147479. Anderson, J.H. 1987. 6 pp. NCJ 106274.
Americans With Disabilities Act Fellowships and scholarships

Arrestees and Guns: Monitoring the Illegal Community Mediation Programs:


Firearms Market (Research in Progress Developments and Challenges (Issues and
Preview). 1995. 4 pp. FS 000104. Available elec- Practices). McGillis, D. 1997. 116 pp.
tronically. Full presentation available on videotape. NCJ 165698. Available electronically.
ADAM/DUF (Arrestee Drug Abuse Monitoring/ Alternative dispute settlement
Drug Use Forecasting), Illicit firearms
Comparing the Criminal Behavior of Youth
Assessing Criminal Justice Needs (RIB). Gangs and At-Risk Youths (RIB). Huff, C.R.
McEwen, J.T., Webster, B.A. 1992. 8 pp. 1998. 8 pp. NCJ 172852. Available electronically.
NCJ 136396. Gangs, Juveniles
Prison crowding, Corrections costs
Crime and Justice Atlas. 1998. 140 pp.
Building Knowledge About Crime and Justice: NCJ 171144.
The 1997 Research Prospectus of the National Crime analysis, Sentencing
Institute of Justice (Research Prospectus). 1997.
22 pp. NCJ 163708. Available electronically. Crime and Place: Plenary Papers of the 1997
Technology assessment, National Institute Conference on Criminal Justice Research and
of Justice Evaluation (Research Forum). Taylor, R.B.,
Bazemore, G., Boland, B., Clear, T.R., Corbett,
Building Knowledge About Crime and Justice: R.P., Jr., Feinblatt, J., Berman, G., Sviridoff, M.,
The 1998 Research Prospectus of the National Stone, C. 1998. 105 pp. NCJ 168618. Available
Institute of Justice (Research Prospectus). 1997. electronically.
23 pp. NCJ 167570. Available electronically. Research, Evaluations
Federal aid, Research, Drug law enforcement
Criminal Justice Research Under the Crime
Building Knowledge About Crime and Justice: Act—1995 to 1996 (Research Report). 1997.
The 1999 Research Prospectus of the National 90 pp. NCJ 166142. Available electronically.
Institute of Justice (Research Prospectus). 1998. Sentencing, Crime Act
18 pp. NCJ 172883. Available electronically.
Federal aid, Program evaluations

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Critical Criminal Justice Issues (NIJ Report). Depositing Data With the Data Resources
1997. NCJ 158837. 132 pp. Available Program of the National Institute of Justice:
electronically. A Handbook. Peterson, J.L., Colella, U.A. 1991.
Crime analysis, Research 11 pp. NCJ 134178.
Data Resources Program
Data Resources of the National Institute of
Justice, 2nd Edition. Loftin, C., Miller, S.L., Directory of Criminal Justice Information
Paternoster, R., Triplett, R., Wiersema, B., 1987. Sources, 7th Edition. Goldberg, P.R. 1988.
211 pp. NCJ 105575. 192 pp. NCJ 114064.
National Institute of Justice, Research Information sources

Data Resources of the National Institute of Directory of Criminal Justice Information


Justice, 3rd Edition. Wiersema, B., Loftin, C., Sources, 8th Edition. VandenHeuvel, N. 1992.
Huang, W.S.W. 1988. 232 pp. NCJ 113952. 206 pp. NCJ 125728.
National Institute of Justice, Research Information sources

Data Resources of the National Institute of Directory of Criminal Justice Information


Justice, 4th Edition. Wiersema, B., Huang, Sources, 9th Edition. Hutchinson, J. 1994.
W.S.W., Loftin, C. 1990. 288 pp. NCJ 122224. 190 pp. NCJ 144767.
National Institute of Justice, Research Information sources

Data Resources of the National Institute of Estimating the National Scope of Gang Crime
Justice, 5th Edition. 1992. 243 pp. NCJ 139010. From Law Enforcement Data (RIB). Curry,
National Institute of Justice, Research G.D., Ball, R.A., Decker, S.H. 1996. 6 pp.
NCJ 161477.
Data Resources of the National Institute of Gangs, Crime analysis
Justice, 6th Edition. 1993. 319 pp. NCJ 144036.
National Institute of Justice, Research Ethnicity, Crime, and Immigration (Research
in Progress Preview). Tonry, M. 1997. 4 pp.
Data Resources of the National Institute of FS 000170. Available electronically. Full presen-
Justice, 7th Edition. 1994. 358 pp. NCJ 150037. tation available on videotape.
National Institute of Justice, Research, Computers Hate crimes, Minorities
Data Resources of the National Institute of Evaluation of Pepper Spray (RIB). Edwards,
Justice, 8th Edition. 1995. 356 pp. NCJ 156714. S.M., Granfield, J., Onnen, J. 1997. 8 pp.
National Institute of Justice, Research NCJ 162358. Available electronically.
Data Resources of the National Institute of Pepper spray
Justice, 9th Edition. 1996. 389 pp. NCJ 163062. Evaluation Plan: 1991 (Program Evaluation).
National Institute of Justice, Research Zedlewski, E. 1991. 145 pp. NCJ 130410.
Data Resources of the National Institute of Evaluations, Federal aid
Justice, 11th Edition. 1998. 433 pp. Only avail- Full Scale Room Burn Pattern Study (NIJ
able electronically at www.icpsr.umich.edu/ Report 601–97). Putorti, A.D., Jr. 1997. 62 pp.
ICPSR/About/Publications/NACJD/nij98.pdf. NCJ 169281. Available electronically from OLES.
National Institute of Justice, Research Fires
Delinquency in China: Study of a Birth Cohort Guidelines for State Monitoring Under the Drug
(Research in Progress Preview). Wolfgang, M. Control Formula Grant Program (Research
1996. 4 pp. FS 000143. Available electronically. Report). Dunworth, T., Saiger, A.J. 1992. 52 pp.
Full presentation available on videotape. NCJ 136609.
China, Research
Drug law enforcement

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International Money Laundering: Research and Under the Byrne Formula Grant Program
Investigation Join Forces (RIB). McCampbell, (Research Report). Dunworth, T., Saiger, A.J.
M.S., Webster, B. 1992. 8 pp. NCJ 135942. 1996. 51 pp. NCJ 163381.
Money laundering Byrne Formula Grant Program

Labor Markets, Employment, and Crime National Assessment Program: 1994 Survey
(Research in Progress Preview). Crutchfield, R. Results (Research Report). McEwen, T. 1995.
1997. 4 pp. FS 000166. Available electronically. 86 pp. NCJ 150856. Available electronically.
Full presentation available on videotape. Mentally ill offenders, Violence, Juveniles
Labor markets, Employment
National Assessment Program: 1994 Survey
Measuring What Matters: Part One: Measures Results (RIB). McEwen, T. 1995. 12 pp.
of Crime, Fear, and Disorder (RIA). Brady, T.V. NCJ 153517. Available electronically.
1996. 16 pp. NCJ 162205. Available electronically. Juveniles, Victims, Gangs
Fear of crime
National Institute of Justice Annual Report:
National Assessment of the Byrne Formula 1990–1991 (Annual Report). 1991. 66 pp.
Grant Program (RIB). Dunworth, T., Haynes, P., NCJ 133967.
Saiger, A.J. 1997. 12 pp. NCJ 162203. Available National Institute of Justice, Organized crime
electronically.
National Institute of Justice Annual Report:
Byrne Formula Grant Program
1991–1992 (Annual Report). 1991. 107 pp.
National Assessment of the Byrne Formula NCJ 141398.
Grant Program: A Policy Maker’s Overview National Institute of Justice, Research
(Research Report). Dunworth, T., Haynes, P.,
National Institute of Justice Annual Report to
Saiger, A.J. 1996. 120 pp. NCJ 163384.
Congress, 1996 (Annual Report). 1997. 106 pp.
Byrne Formula Grant Program
NCJ 166585. Available electronically.
National Assessment of the Byrne Formula National Institute of Justice, Congress
Grant Program: A Seven State Study—An
National Institute of Justice 1997 Annual Report
Analysis of State and Local Responses to the
to Congress (Annual Report). 1998. 87 pp.
Byrne Formula Grant Program (Research
NCJ 171679. Available electronically.
Report). Dunworth, T., Haynes, P., Saiger, A.J.
National Institute of Justice, Congress
1996. 171 pp. NCJ 163383.
Byrne Formula Grant Program National Institute of Justice 1996 Year in Review
(Research Report). 1997. 104 pp. NCJ 166584.
National Assessment of the Byrne Formula
National Institute of Justice, Crime Act
Grant Program: Executive Summary (Research
Report). Dunworth, T., Haynes, P., Saiger, A.J. National Institute of Justice 1997 Year in Review
1996. 54 pp. NCJ 163385. (Research Report). 1998. 87 pp. NCJ 171678.
Byrne Formula Grant Program National Institute of Justice, Violence

National Assessment of the Byrne Formula National Institute of Justice Journal. Issue
Grant Program: The Anti-Drug Abuse Act of Number 225. August 1992. 32 pp. JR 000225.
1988—A Comparative Analysis of Legislation Community policing, Police community relations
(Research Report). Dunworth, T., Green, S., programs, Community crime prevention
Jacobson, P., Saiger, A.J. 1996. 70 pp. NCJ 163382.
Byrne Formula Grant Program National Institute of Justice Journal. Issue
Number 226. April 1993. 36 pp. JR 000226.
National Assessment of the Byrne Formula Drug law enforcement, Crack cocaine, Drug
Grant Program: Where the Money Went—An detection
Analysis of State Subgrant Funding Decisions
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National Institute of Justice Journal. Issue Available electronically.


Number 227. November 1993. 36 pp. JR 000227. Addiction, Community policing
Juveniles, Drug courts, Boot camps, Shock incar-
ceration programs, DUF (Drug Use Forecasting) National Institute of Justice Research and
Evaluation Plan, 1992. 1992. 205 pp. NCJ 137001.
National Institute of Justice Journal. Issue Research, Evaluations
Number 228. November 1994. 48 pp. JR 000228.
Americans With Disabilities Act, Prosecution, National Institute of Justice Research Program
Family violence Plan, Fiscal Year 1988 (Program
Announcement). 1987. 49 pp. NCJ 106269.
National Institute of Justice Journal. Issue Solicitations
Number 229. August 1995. 44 pp. JR 000229.
Available electronically. National Institute of Justice Research Program
Fraud control, Concealed weapons Plan, Fiscal Year 1989 (Program Evaluation).
1988. 114 pp. NCJ 113180.
National Institute of Justice Journal. Issue Prosecution, Offenders, Public safety
Number 230. February 1996. 36 pp. JR 000230.
Available electronically. National Process Evaluation of Operation Weed
Information sources, Crime Act, Women and Seed (RIB). Roehl, J.A., Huitt, R., Wycoff,
M.A., Pate, A., Rebovich, D., Coyle, K. 1996.
National Institute of Justice Journal. Issue 15 pp. NCJ 161624. Available electronically.
Number 231. August 1996. 56 pp. JR 000231. Evaluations, Operation Weed and Seed
Available electronically.
Community courts, Courts NIJ Awards in Fiscal Year 1992 (RIB). 1993.
8 pp. NCJ 142538.
National Institute of Justice Journal. Issue Federal aid
Number 232. June 1997. 32 pp. JR 000232.
Available electronically. NIJ Awards in Fiscal Year 1993 (RIB). 1994.
Illegal immigration 8 pp. NCJ 146665.
Federal aid
National Institute of Justice Journal. Issue
Number 233. September 1997. 32 pp. JR 000233. NIJ Awards in Fiscal Year 1994 (RIB). 1995.
Available electronically. 16 pp. NCJ 152109.
Probation, Author identification Federal aid

National Institute of Justice Journal. Issue NIJ Awards in Fiscal Year 1995 (RIB). 1996.
Number 234. December 1997. 44 pp. JR 000234. 16 pp. NCJ 159563. Available electronically.
Available electronically. Federal aid
Policing innovations, DNA
NIJ Awards in Fiscal Year 1996 (RIB). 1997.
National Institute of Justice Journal. Issue 12 pp. NCJ 165701. Available electronically.
Number 235. March 1998. 40 pp. JR 000235. Federal aid
Available electronically. NIJ Awards in Fiscal Year 1997 (RIB). 1998.
Public housing, Restorative justice, Terrorism
28 pp. NCJ 167576. Available electronically.
National Institute of Justice Journal. Issue Federal aid
Number 236. July 1998. 32 pp. JR 000236. NIJ Awards in Research and Development and
Available electronically. Evaluation: Fiscal Year 1991 (RIB). 1992. 8 pp.
Deterrence, Smart cards
NCJ 136317.
National Institute of Justice Journal. Issue Federal aid
Number 237. October 1998. 48 pp. JR 000237.

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NIJ Awards Under the Crime Act: Fiscal Year Alternatives to institutionalization, Fear of crime,
1996 (RIB). 1997. 12 pp. NCJ 165700. Forensic science
Available electronically.
NIJ Reports. Issue Number 204. July/August
Federal aid, Crime act
1987, 24 pp. NCJ 179496.
NIJ Initiative on Less-Than-Lethal Weapons Fellowships and scholarships, Research
(RIB). Hayeslip, D.W., Preszler, A. 1993. 6 pp.
NIJ Reports. Issue Number 205. September/
NCJ 133523.
October 1987. 28 pp. NCJ 179497.
Less-than-lethal technology
Federal sentencing guidelines, Court manage-
NIJ Programs and Services (RIA). 1993. 53 pp. ment, HIV/AIDS
NCJ 142413.
NIJ Reports. Issue Number 206. November/
National Institute of Justice, Program evaluations
December 1987. 24 pp. NCJ 179498.
NIJ Program Plan 1993 (Program Evaluation). HIV/AIDS, Research, Solicitations
1993. 170 pp. NCJ 141638. NIJ Reports. Issue Number 207. January/
Program evaluations
February 1988. 28 pp. NCJ 179499.
NIJ Program Plan, 1994–95 (Program Child abuse, Victims, Interrogations, Delinquency
Evaluation). 1994. 147 pp. NCJ 147530. prevention
Program evaluations NIJ Reports. Issue Number 208. April/May 1988.
The NIJ Publications Catalog, Fourth Edition, 32 pp. NCJ 179500.
1985–1994. 1994. 23 pp. NCJ 149432. Drug treatment programs, Drug law enforcement,
National Institute of Justice, Information sources DUF (Drug Use Forecasting), Court management

The NIJ Publications Catalog, Fifth Edition, NIJ Reports. Issue Number 209. May/June 1988.
1985–1995. 1996. 26 pp. NCJ 157668. 24 pp. NCJ 179501.
Courts, HIV/AIDS, Drug offenders, Child abuse
Available electronically.
National Institute of Justice, Information sources NIJ Reports. Issue Number 210. July/August
1988. 24 pp. NCJ 179502.
The NIJ Publications Catalog, Sixth Edition,
Employment, Schools
1986–1996. 1997. 27 pp. NCJ 167244.
Available electronically. NIJ Reports. Issue Number 211. September/
National Institute of Justice, Information sources October 1988. 24 pp. NCJ 179504.
Interagency cooperation, Delinquency prevention
The NIJ Publications Catalog 1996–97. 1997.
72 pp. NCJ 166144. Available electronically. NIJ Reports. Issue Number 212. January/
National Institute of Justice, Information sources February 1989. 28 pp. NCJ 179506.
Electronic monitoring, Computer software,
NIJ Reports. Issue Number 201. January/ Schools, Records management
February 1987. 20 pp. NCJ 179493.
Alternative sanctions, Problem-oriented policing, NIJ Reports. Issue Number 213. March/April
Juveniles, Correctional industries 1989. 28 pp. NCJ 179508.
Crime prevention planning, Program implementa-
NIJ Reports. Issue Number 202. March/April tion, Drug law enforcement
1987. 24 pp. NCJ 179494.
Drug law enforcement, Drug detection NIJ Reports. Issue Number 214. May/June 1989.
28 pp. NCJ 179510.
NIJ Reports. Issue Number 203. May/June 1987. Policing innovations, Interagency cooperation,
24 pp. NCJ 179495. Juveniles, Witnesses

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NIJ Reports. Issue Number 215. July/August NIJ Research Portfolio (Research in Brief).
1989. 28 pp. NCJ 179512. 1996. 36 pp. NCJ 162204. Available electronically.
Fines, Juvenile court, DUF (Drug Use National Institute of Justice, Solicitations
Forecasting)
NIJ Research Portfolio (Research Report). 1998.
NIJ Reports. Issue Number 216. September/ 67 pp. NCJ 171670. Available electronically.
October 1989. 24 pp. NCJ 179513. Federal aid
Corrections costs, Juvenile witnesses, Victims,
Correctional facilities NIJ Science and Technology Awards Under the
Crime Act: Fiscal Year 1996 (RIB). 1997. 8 pp.
NIJ Reports. Issue Number 217. November/ NCJ 165586. Available electronically.
December 1989. 24 pp. NCJ 179514. Federal aid
Police management, Probation/parole, Crack
cocaine, DUF (Drug Use Forecasting) 1997 Research Portfolio (Interim) (RIB). 1997.
36 pp. NCJ 166374. Available electronically.
NIJ Reports. Issue Number 218. January/ National Institute of Justice, Solicitations
February 1990. 28 pp. NCJ 179515.
Computer-related crime, Intermediate sanctions, Perspectives on Crime and Justice: 1996–1997
Sentencing, Schools Lecture Series, Volume I (Research Report).
Wilson, J.Q., Reuter, P., Moore, M.H., Widom,
NIJ Reports. Issue Number 219. March/April C.S., Morris, N. 1997. 134 pp. NCJ 166609.
1990. 28 pp. NCJ 179516. Available electronically.
Problem-oriented policing, Police manpower National drug policy, Cycle of violence
deployment, Juveniles
Perspectives on Crime and Justice: 1997–1998
NIJ Reports. Issue Number 220. May/June 1990. Lecture Series, Volume II (Research Forum).
24 pp. NCJ 179518. Kelling, G.L., Kennedy, R., Musto, D.F.,
Criminal behavior, Inmates, Juveniles
Petersilia, J., Cook, P. 1998. 130 pp. NCJ 172851.
NIJ Reports. Issue Number 221. Summer 1990. Available electronically.
36 pp. NCJ 179520. Alternatives to institutionalization, Minorities
Drug treatment programs, DUF (Drug Use
Policy Experiments Come of Age (RIA). Garner,
Forecasting), Intermediate sanctions, Interagency
cooperation
J.H., Visher, C.A. 1988. 6 pp. NCJ 114221.
Policing innovations
NIJ Reports. Issue Number 222. November/
Predictions of Dangerousness in the Criminal
December 1990. 28 pp. NCJ 179521.
Intermediate sanctions, Boot camps, Electronic
Law (RIB). Morris, N., Miller, M. 1987. 8 pp.
monitoring, Missing children NCJ 104599.
Sentencing, Violent offenders
NIJ Reports. Issue Number 223. January/
February 1991. 28 pp. NCJ 179522. Project on Human Development in Chicago
Correctional industries, Corrections costs, Neighborhoods (Research Report). Earls, F.,
Computer-related crime Buka, S.L. 1997. 118 pp. NCJ 163495.
Research, Families
NIJ Reports. Issue Number 224. June 1991.
32 pp. NCJ 179523. Project on Human Development in Chicago
Gangs, Forensic science, DNA, Fingerprints, Neighborhoods: A Research Update (RIB).
DUF (Drug Use Forecasting) Earls, F.J., Visher, C.A. 1997. 6 pp. NCJ 163603.
Available electronically.
NIJ Research Plan, 1995–1996. 1995. 48 pp. Research, Families
NCJ 153520. Available electronically.
Research, Federal aid

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T h e N I J P u b l i c a t i o n s C a t a l o g

Randomized Field Experiments in Criminal Searching for Answers: Annual Evaluation


Justice Agencies (RIA). Lempert, R.O., Visher, Report on Drugs and Crime: 1993–1994. 1995.
C.A. 1988. 6 pp. NCJ 113666. 175 pp. NCJ 155487.
Research Evaluations

Reorienting Crime Prevention Research and Searching for Answers: Criminal Justice
Policy: From the Causes of Criminality to the Research, Development and Evaluation: 1995
Context of Crime (Research Report). Annual Report to Congress. 1996. NCJ 162042.
Weisburd, D. 1997. 28 pp. NCJ 165041. 94 pp. Available electronically.
Available electronically. Research, Congress
Crime prevention planning
Searching for Answers: Research and
Report From the States on What Works at the Evaluation on Drugs and Crime: 1989–1990.
State and Local Levels: A Compendium of 1990. 116 pp. NCJ 125254.
Assessment and Evaluation Results (Evaluation Research, Evaluations
Report). Justice Research and Statistics
Association. 1992. 142 pp. NCJ 137993. 25 Years of Criminal Justice Research: The
Drug law enforcement National Institute of Justice. 1994. 70 pp.
NCJ 151287. Available electronically.
Searching for Answers: Annual Evaluation Research, Information sources, National Institute
Report on Drugs and Crime: 1990. 1991. 76 pp. of Justice
NCJ 129576.
Update on NIJ Sponsored Research: Six New
Evaluations
Reports. 1994. 6 pp. NCJ 146837.
Searching for Answers: Annual Evaluation Legislation, Use of force
Report on Drugs and Crime: 1991. 1992.
What Price Justice? A Handbook for the
134 pp. NCJ 137775.
Analysis of Criminal Justice Costs (Research
Evaluations
Report). Wayson, B.L., Funke, G.S. 1989. 115 pp.
Searching for Answers: Annual Evaluation NCJ 106777.
Report on Drugs and Crime: 1992. 1993. Court costs, Corrections costs
156 pp. NCJ 142975.
Evaluations

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DRUG TESTING
ADAM: 1997 Annual Report on Adult and Drug Use Forecasting, First Quarter 1989
Juvenile Arrestees (Research Report). 1998. (RIA). 1989. 8 pp. NCJ 119517.
78 pp. NCJ 171672. Available electronically. DUF (Drug Use Forecasting), Drug treatment
ADAM (Arrestee Drug Abuse Monitoring), programs, Crime analysis
Juveniles, Drug offenders, Crime analysis
Drug Use Forecasting, Second Quarter 1989
Assessment of Pretrial Urine Testing in the (RIA). 1989. 8 pp. NCJ 120742.
District of Columbia (Project Evaluation). Cocaine, DUF (Drug Use Forecasting),
Toborg, M.A., Bellassai, J.P., Yezer, A.M.J., Crime analysis
Trost, R.P. 1989. 34 pp. NCJ 119968.
Drug Use Forecasting, Third Quarter 1989
Drug detection, Crime analysis
(RIA). 1989. 8 pp. NCJ 122564.
Attorney General Announces NIJ Drug Use DUF (Drug Use Forecasting), Crime analysis
Forecasting System (RIA). 1988. 2 pp.
Drug Use Forecasting, Fourth Quarter 1989
NCJ 109957.
(RIA). 1990. 8 pp. NCJ 123265.
ADAM/DUF (Arrestee Drug Abuse Monitoring/
Cocaine, DUF (Drug Use Forecasting),
Drug Use Forecasting), Drug detection
Crime analysis
A Comparison of Urinalysis Technologies for Drug Use Forecasting, Annual Report 1989
Drug Testing in Criminal Justice (Research (RIA). 1990. 16 pp. NCJ 123941.
Report). Visher, C. 1991. 44 pp. NCJ 132397. DUF (Drug Use Forecasting), Crime analysis
Drug detection
Drug Use Forecasting, First Quarter 1990
A Comparison of Urinalysis Technologies (RIA). 1990. 8 pp. NCJ 124550.
for Drug Testing in Criminal Justice (RIA). DUF (Drug Use Forecasting), Crime analysis
McFadden, K., Visher, C. 1991. 6 pp. NCJ 129292.
Drug detection Drug Use Forecasting, Second Quarter 1990
(RIA). 1991. 12 pp. NCJ 129100.
Developing Drug Testing by Hair Analysis DUF (Drug Use Forecasting), Drug treatment
(RIB). Gropper, B.A., Reardon, J.A. 1993. 6 pp. programs, Crime analysis
NCJ 143456.
Drug detection, DUF (Drug Use Forecasting), Drug Use Forecasting, Fourth Quarter 1990
Crime analysis (RIA). 1991. 8 pp. NCJ 129864.
DUF (Drug Use Forecasting), Drug treatment
Drug Use Forecasting: April-June 1988 Data. programs, Crime analysis
1988. 29 pp. NCJ 115160.
DUF (Drug Use Forecasting), Drug treatment Drug Use Forecasting, Annual Report 1990
programs, Crime analysis (RIA). 1991. 24 pp. NCJ 130063.
DUF (Drug Use Forecasting), Crime analysis
Drug Use Forecasting, Fourth Quarter 1988
(RIA). 1989. 12 pp. NCJ 118275. Drug Use Forecasting, First Quarter 1991
DUF (Drug Use Forecasting), Drug treatment (RIA). 1991. 8 pp. NCJ 132444.
programs, Crime analysis DUF (Drug Use Forecasting), Crime analysis

Drug Use Forecasting, Annual Report 1988 Drug Use Forecasting, Second Quarter 1991
(RIA). 1990. 28 pp. NCJ 122225. (RIB). 1991. 12 pp. NCJ 132289.
DUF (Drug Use Forecasting), Crime analysis DUF (Drug Use Forecasting), Crime analysis

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T h e N I J P u b l i c a t i o n s C a t a l o g

Drug Use Forecasting, Third Quarter 1991 Drug Use Forecasting 1996 Annual Report on
(RIB). 1991. 8 pp. NCJ 134230. Adult and Juvenile Arrestees (Research Report).
DUF (Drug Use Forecasting), Crime analysis 1997. 72 pp. NCJ 165691. Available electronically.
DUF (Drug Use Forecasting), Crime analysis
Drug Use Forecasting, Fourth Quarter 1991
(RIB). 1993. 12 pp. NCJ 136045. Drug Use Forecasting: New York 1984–1986
DUF (Drug Use Forecasting), Crime analysis (RIA). Wish, E. 1987. 6 pp. NCJ 107272.
DUF (Drug Use Forecasting), Crime analysis
Drug Use Forecasting, Annual Report 1991
(RIB). 1992. 24 pp. NCJ 137776. Drug Use Forecasting Program: How Findings
DUF (Drug Use Forecasting), Crime analysis Are Used (RIA). Smith, M. 1993. 7 pp.
NCJ 144783.
Drug Use Forecasting, First and Second DUF (Drug Use Forecasting), Crime analysis
Quarters 1992 (RIB). 1993. 28 pp. NCJ 140187.
DUF (Drug Use Forecasting), Crime analysis The Drug Use Forecasting Program: Measuring
Drug Use in a “Hidden” Population (Issues
Drug Use Forecasting, Third Quarter 1992 and Practices). Reardon, J.A. 1993. 40 pp.
(RIB). 1992. 4 pp. NCJ 142053. NCJ 144784.
DUF (Drug Use Forecasting), Crime analysis
DUF (Drug Use Forecasting), Crime analysis
Drug Use Forecasting, Fourth Quarter 1992 The Effect of Drug Testing in New Orleans
(RIB). 1993. 4 pp. NCJ 142454. (RIB). Foti, C.C., Jr. 1993. 4 pp. NCJ 140090.
DUF (Drug Use Forecasting), Crime analysis
DUF (Drug Use Forecasting), Crime analysis
Drug Use Forecasting 1992 Annual Report: Employee Drug-Testing Policies in Prison
Drugs and Crime in America’s Cities (RIB). Systems (RIA). Guynes, R., Coffey, O. 1988.
1993. 32 pp. NCJ 142973. 6 pp. NCJ 112824.
DUF (Drug Use Forecasting), Crime analysis
Drug offenders, Correctional facilities
Drug Use Forecasting 1993 Annual Report on Evaluation of Analytical Methodologies for
Adult Arrestees: Drugs and Crime in America’s Non-Intrusive Drug Testing: Supercritical Fluid
Cities (RIB). 1994. 32 pp. NCJ 147411. Extraction of Cocaine from Hair (NIJ Report
DUF (Drug Use Forecasting), Crime analysis
601–98). 1998. 18 pp. Available electronically.
Drug Use Forecasting 1993 Annual Report on Cocaine, Drug offenders
Juvenile Arrestees/Detainees: Drugs and Hair Analysis as a Drug Detector (RIB).
Crime in America’s Cities (RIB). 1994. 20 pp. Mieczkowski, T. 1995. 4 pp. NCJ 156434.
NCJ 150709. Available electronically.
DUF (Drug Use Forecasting), Crime analysis
Drug offenders, Probation
Drug Use Forecasting 1994 Annual Report on Hair Assays and Urinalysis Results For Juvenile
Adult and Juvenile Arrestees (Research Report). Drug Offenders (Research Preview).
1995. 48 pp. NCJ 157644. Available electronically. Mieczkowski, T. 1997. 2 pp. FS 000171.
DUF (Drug Use Forecasting), Crime analysis
Available electronically.
Drug Use Forecasting 1995 Annual Report on Drug detection, Juveniles, Cocaine
Adult and Juvenile Arrestees (Research Report). Identifying Drug Users and Monitoring Them
1996. 54 pp. NCJ 161721. Available electronically. During Conditional Release (Issues and
DUF (Drug Use Forecasting), Crime analysis
Practices). Wish, E.D., Toborg, M.A., Bellassai,
J.P. 1988. 26 pp. NCJ 114730.
Drug offenders, Deterrence

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Impact of Systemwide Drug Testing in Predicting Pretrial Misconduct with Drug Tests
Multnomah County, Oregon (National Institute of Arrestees: Evidence From Six Sites (RIB).
of Justice Update). 1995. 2 pp. FS 000083. Rhodes, W., Hyatt, R., Scheiman, P. 1996. 6 pp.
Available electronically. NCJ 157108. Available electronically.
Probation/parole, Drug offenders Pretrial misconduct, Research

Mandatory and Random Drug Testing in the Pretrial Drug Testing (RIB). Visher, C.A. 1992.
Honolulu Police Department (RIA). Webster, B., 8 pp. NCJ 137057.
Brown, J.G. 1989. 8 pp. NCJ 117718. Research, Recidivism
Police policies and procedures
Testing Hair for Illicit Drug Use (RIB). Coletti,
Methamphetamine Use Among Adult Arrestees: S.D., Landress, H.J., Newel, R., Mieczkowski, T.
Findings From the Drug Use Forecasting (DUF) 1993. 6 pp. NCJ 138539.
Program (RIB). Feucht, T.E., Kyle, G.M. 1996. Research, Drug offenders
8 pp. NCJ 161842. Available electronically.
Methamphetamine, DUF (Drug Use Forecasting) Understanding the Drug Use Forecasting
Sample of Adult Arrestees. Chaiken, J.M.,
National Institute of Justice Drug Use Chaiken, M.R., Poulin, E.R. 1993. 59 pp.
Forecasting System (DUF) (Program NCJ 146846.
Evaluation). 1987. 7 pp. NCJ 105439. DUF (Drug Use Forecasting), Crime analysis
DUF (Drug Use Forecasting), Crime analysis
Urine Testing of Detained Juveniles To Identify
Police Drug Testing (Issues and Practices). High-Risk Youth (RIB). Dembo, R., Williams, L.,
Connors, E.F., Manili, B.A., Stephens, D.W., Wish, E.D., Schmeidler, J. 1990. 8 pp.
Stedman, J.R. 1987. 110 pp. NCJ 105191. NCJ 119965.
Police policies and procedures Juveniles, Crime analysis

Predicting Pretrial Misconduct with Drug Tests


of Arrestees: Evidence from Eight Settings
(Research Report). Hyatt, R., Rhodes, W.,
Scheiman, P. 1994. 88 pp. NCJ 150551.
Pretrial misconduct, Research

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T h e N I J P u b l i c a t i o n s C a t a l o g

DRUGS AND CRIME


Arresting the Demand for Drugs: Police and Controlling Street-Level Drug Trafficking:
School Partnerships (Issues and Practices). Evidence From Oakland and Birmingham
DeJong, W. 1987. 132 pp. NCJ 105199. (RIB). Uchida, C.D., Forst, B., Annan, S.O.
Schools, D.A.R.E.® (Drug Abuse Resistance 1992. 8 pp. NCJ 136165.
Education) Policing innovations, Fear of crime

Case Management With Drug-Involved Crack, Powder Cocaine, and Heroin: Drug
Arrestees (Research Preview). 1995. 2 pp. Purchase and Use Patterns in Six U.S. Cities
FS 000098. Available electronically. (Research Report). Riley, K.J. 1997. 45 pp.
Drug offenders, HIV/AIDS NCJ 167265. Available electronically.
Crack cocaine, Cocaine, Heroin
Case Studies of Community Anti-Drug Efforts
(RIB). Weingart, S.N., Hartmann, F.X., Crack’s Decline: Some Surprises Across U.S.
Osborne, D. 1994. 16 pp. NCJ 149316. Cities (RIB). Golub, A.L., Johnson, B.D. 1997.
Available electronically. 16 pp. NCJ 165707. Available electronically.
Community crime prevention, Case studies Crack cocaine, ADAM/DUF (Arrestee Drug Abuse
Monitoring/Drug Use Forecasting)
Characteristics of Different Types of Drug-
Involved Offenders (Issues and Practices). A Criminal Justice System Strategy for Treating
Chaiken, M.R., Johnson, B.D. 1988. 36 pp. Cocaine-Heroin Abusing Offenders in Custody
NCJ 108560. (Issues and Practices). Wexler, H.K., Lipton,
Drug offenders, Drug treatment programs D.S., Johnson, B.D. 1988. 34 pp. NCJ 113915.
Cocaine, Heroin, Drug offenders
Closing the Market: Controlling the Drug
Trade in Tampa, Florida (Program Focus). The D.A.R.E. Program: A Review of Prevalence,
Kennedy, D.M. 1993. 16 pp. NCJ 139963. User Satisfaction, and Effectiveness (National
Crack cocaine, Policing innovations Institute of Justice Update). 1994. 2 pp.
FS 000068. Available electronically.
Community Responses to Drug Abuse: A
D.A.R.E.® (Drug Abuse Resistance Education),
Program Evaluation (Research Report). Schools
Bennett, S.F., Lindsay, B., Rosenbaum, D.P.,
Wilkinson, D.L. 1994. 45 pp. NCJ 145945. Do Drugs. Do Time: An Evaluation of the
Program evaluations, Juveniles Maricopa County Demand Reduction Program
(RIB). Hepburn, J.R., Johnston, C.W., Rogers, S.
Controlling Chemicals Used To Make Illegal 1994. 8 pp. NCJ 149016. Available electronically.
Drugs: The Chemical Action Task Force and Deterrence, Courts
the Domestic Chemical Action Group (RIB).
1993. 8 pp. NCJ 137862. Drug-Abusing Women Offenders: Results
Illicit chemicals of a National Survey (RIB). Anglin, M.D.,
Prendergast, M.L., Wellisch, J. 1994. 20 pp.
Controlling Drug Abuse and Crime: A Research NCJ 149261.
Update (RIA). Graham, M.G. 1987. 6 pp. Drug treatment programs, Women, Research
NCJ 104865.
National Institute of Justice, Federal aid Drug Control Strategies in San Diego: Impact
on the Offender (Research Report). Curtis, C.,
Pennell, S. 1994. 212 pp. NCJ 145946.
Police policies and procedures, Drug offenders

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Drug Control Task Forces: Creating and In-Prison Programs for Drug Involved
Implementing a Multijurisdictional Unit (RIB). Offenders (Issues and Practices). Chaiken, M.R.
Coldren, J.R., Jr. 1993. 6 pp. NCJ 138332. 1989. 88 pp. NCJ 117999.
Drug law enforcement, Interagency cooperation Drug treatment programs, Drug offenders

Drug Treatment Needs Among Adult Arrestees Local-Level Drug Enforcement: New Strategies
in Baltimore (Research in Progress Preview). (RIA). Hayeslip, D.W., Jr. 1989. 6 pp.
Wish, E.D. 1997. 4 pp. FS 000168. Available NCJ 116751.
electronically. Full presentation available on Drug law enforcement, Policing innovations
videotape.
Drug treatment programs, HIV/AIDS, ADAM/DUF The Manhattan District Attorney’s Narcotics
(Arrestee Drug Abuse Monitoring/Drug Use Eviction Program (Program Focus). Finn, P.
Forecasting) 1995. 12 pp. NCJ 153146. Available electronically.
Drug law enforcement, Police policies and
Drugs, Alcohol, and Domestic Violence in procedures
Memphis (Research in Progress Preview).
Brookoff, D. 1997. 4 pp. FS 000172. Modern Policing and the Control of Illegal
Available electronically. Full presentation Drugs: Testing New Strategies in Two American
available on videotape. Cities (Research Report). Uchida, C.D., Forst,
Victims, Drug offenders, Domestic assault B., Annan, S.O. 1992. 69 pp. NCJ 133785.
Drug law enforcement, Policing innovations
Drugs and Crime in Public Housing: A Three-
City Analysis (Research Report). Dunworth, T., Multijurisdictional Drug Law Enforcement
Saiger, A. 1994. 123 pp. NCJ 145329. Strategies: Reducing Supply and Demand
Public housing, Research (Issues and Practices). Chaiken, J.M., Chaiken,
M.R., Karchmer, C. 1990. 136 pp. NCJ 126658.
The Effectiveness of Treatment for Drug Drug law enforcement, Interagency cooperation
Abusers Under Criminal Justice Supervision
(Research Report). Lipton, D.S. 1995. 64 pp. NIJ Evaluates Drug Control Projects
NCJ 157642. Available electronically. (Evaluation Bulletin). 1992. 4 pp. NCJ 137314.
Inmates, Correctional facilities Evaluations, National Institute of Justice

Evaluating Drug Control and System On the Front Lines: Drug Policy Directors in
Improvement Projects: Guidelines for Projects America’s Cities (U.S. Conference of Mayors).
Supported by the Bureau of Justice Assistance 1992. 44 pp. NCJ 139304.
(Project Evaluation). McDonald, D.C., Smith, C. National Institute of Justice
1989. 22 pp. NCJ 118938. The Police and Drugs (Perspectives on Policing).
Drug law enforcement, Evaluations Moore, M.H., Kleiman, M. 1989. 14 pp.
Expedited Drug Case Management Programs: NCJ 117447.
Issues for Program Development, Executive Drug law enforcement, Police policies and
procedures
Summary (Evaluation Bulletin). Gramckow,
H.P., Jacoby, J.E., Ratledge, E.C. 1992. 29 pp. The Police, Drugs, and Public Housing (RIB).
NCJ 136879. Connors, E.F., Webster, B. 1992. 6 pp. NCJ 136316.
Drug law enforcement, Caseload management Drug law enforcement, Public housing
Identifying and Responding to New Forms of Precursor and Essential Chemicals in Illicit
Drug Abuse: Lessons Learned From “Crack” Drug Production: Approaches to Enforcement
and “Ice” (Issues and Practices). (Issues and Practices). Sevick, J.R. 1993. 74 pp.
Chaiken, M.R. 1993. 78 pp. NCJ 144403. NCJ 144764.
Crack cocaine, Methamphetamine Drug law enforcement, Police discretion

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Preventing Illegal Diversion of Chemicals: State Strategic Planning Under the Drug
A Model Statute (RIB). Green, S. 1993. 8 pp. Formula Grant Program (Research Report).
NCJ 142974. Dunworth, T., Saiger, A.J. 1992. 151 pp.
Drug law enforcement, Methamphetamine NCJ 136610.
Drug law enforcement, Federal aid
Prison Programs for Drug-Involved Offenders
(RIA). Chaiken, M.R. 1989. 6 pp. NCJ 118316. Street Gangs and Drug Sales in Two Suburban
Drug treatment programs, Inmates Cities (RIB). Maxson, C.L. 1995. 16 pp.
NCJ 155185. Available electronically.
The Rise of Crack and Ice: Experiences in Gangs, Drug law enforcement
Three Locales (RIB). Chaiken, M.R. 1993.
8 pp. NCJ 139559. Street-Level Drug Enforcement: Examining
Crack cocaine, Methamphetamine, Interagency the Issues (Issues and Practices).
cooperation Chaiken, M.R. 1988. 56 pp. NCJ 115403.
Drug law enforcement, Heroin
Rise of Hallucinogen Use (RIB). Hunt, D. 1997.
12 pp. NCJ 166607. Available electronically. Techniques for the Estimation of Illicit Drug-
Hallucinogens, Crack cocaine Use Prevalence: An Overview of Relevant Issues
(Research Report). Anglin, M.D., Brecht, M.L.,
State and Local Experience With Drug
Homer, J., Hser, Y., Wickens, T.D. 1992. 53 pp.
Paraphernalia Laws (Issues and Practices).
NCJ 133786.
Healey, K.M. 1988. 140 pp. NCJ 109977.
Data collection
Drug law enforcement, Police resource allocation

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L AW E N F O R C E M E N T
Americorps: A Call to Service (RIA). Death Investigation: A Guide for the Scene
Reno, J. 1993. 2 pp. NCJ 145158. Investigator (Research Report). 1999. 73 pp.
Volunteer programs, Juveniles, Courts NCJ 167568. Available electronically.
Police policies and procedures, Victim identifica-
Autoloading Pistols, 9mm/45 Caliber: NIJ tion, Crime scene search
Standard–0112.01. 1989. 15 pp. NCJ 117433
Handguns, Equipment evaluation Developing a Law Enforcement Stress Program
for Officers and Their Families (Issues and
Autoloading Pistols for Police Officers: NIJ Practices). Finn, P., Tomz, J.E. 1997. 237 pp.
Standard–0112.02. 1995. 25 pp. NCJ 153210. NCJ 163175. Available electronically.
Handguns, Equipment evaluation Police family issues, Police management,
Police resource allocation
Autoloading Pistols for Police Officers: NIJ
Standard–0112.03. 1998. 24 pp. NCJ 173943. Directory of Law Enforcement and Criminal
Available electronically. Justice Associations and Research Centers.
Handguns, Equipment evaluation 1996. 62 pp. NIST Special Publication 480–20.
Controlling Police Use of Excessive Force: Available electronically from OLES.
Criminal justice associations, Research centers,
The Role of the Police Psychologist (RIB).
Information sources
Scrivner, E.M. 1994. 6 pp. NCJ 150063.
Available electronically. The Effects of U.S. v. Leon on Police Search
Violence, Community policing, Use of force Warrant Practices (RIA). Uchida, C.D., Bynum,
T.S., Rogan, D., Murasky, D.M. 1987. 2 pp.
Corporate Strategies for Policing (Perspectives
NCJ 106630.
on Policing). Moore, M.H., Trojanowicz, R.C.
Search warrants, Exclusionary rule, U.S. Supreme
1988. 16 pp. NCJ 114215. Court
Police organizational structure, Police policies and
procedures, Community policing Field Training for Police Officers—The State
of the Art (Research Report). McCampbell, M.S.
Crime and Policing (Perspectives on Policing).
1987. 60 pp. NCJ 105574.
Moore, M.H., Trojanowicz, R.C., Kelling, G.L.
Police recruit training, Evaluations
1988. 16 pp. NCJ 111460.
Crime analysis, Policing innovations, Police Gang Crime and Law Enforcement
policies and procedures Recordkeeping (RIB). Ball, R.A., Curry, G.D.,
Crime and Policing in Rural and Small-Town Fox, R.J. 1994. 12 pp. NCJ 148345.
America: An Overview of the Issues (Research Available electronically.
Gangs, Women, Homicide
Report). Weisheit, R.A., Wells, L.E., Falcone,
D.N. 1995. 113 pp. NCJ 154354. Helicopters in Pursuit Operations (RIA).
Available electronically. Alpert, G.P. 1998. 6 pp. NCJ 171695.
Fear of crime, Gangs, Rural policing Available electronically.
Police equipment, Pursuits
Crime Stoppers: A National Evaluation of
Program Operations and Effects (Executive Improving the Investigation of Violent Crime:
Summary). Rosenbaum, D.P., Lurigio, A.J., The Homicide Investigation and Tracking
Lavrakas, P.J. 1987. 68 pp. NCJ 104343. System (RIB). Keppel, R.D., Weis, J.G. 1993. 6 pp.
Evaluations, Community crime prevention

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NCJ 141761. Managing Innovation in Policing: The


Homicide, Violence, Computer software Untapped Potential of the Middle Manager
(Research Preview). 1995. 2 pp. FS 000130.
Improving the Use of Management by Available electronically.
Objectives in Police Departments (Research Police professionalism, Police manpower
Report). Hatry, H.P., Greiner, J.M. 1987. 105 pp. deployment, Community policing
NCJ 105669.
Police management, Police policies and Measuring What Matters, Part Two: Developing
procedures Measures of What the Police Do (RIA). Brady,
T.V. 1997. 16 pp. NCJ 167255. Available
Informal Information Sharing Among Police electronically.
Agencies (Research Preview). Weiss, A. 1998. Community policing, Evaluations, Police
2 pp. FS 000233. Available electronically. accountability
Police policies and procedures, Police organiza-
tional structure NIJ Survey of Police Chiefs and Sheriffs
(National Institute of Justice Update). 1995.
Information Systems and the Development of 2 pp. FS 000088.
Policing (Perspectives on Policing). National Institute of Justice, Research,
Sparrow, M.K. 1993. 12 pp. NCJ 139306. Evaluations
Police policies and procedures, Community
policing, Problem-oriented policing On the Front Lines: A Directory of Policing
Programs in America’s Cities (U.S. Conference
Investigators Who Perform Well (Issues and of Mayors). 1992. 65 pp. NCJ 139125.
Practices). Cohen, B., Chaiken, J. 1987. 92 pp. Auto theft, Gangs, Community policing
NCJ 105197.
Police professionalism, Evaluations, Police On the Front Lines: Case Studies of Policing in
organizational structure America’s Cities (U.S. Conference of Mayors).
1992. 55 pp. NCJ 139305.
Joint Investigations of Child Abuse (Research
Case studies, Gangs, Police community relations
Report). 1993. 30 pp. NCJ 142056. programs
Interagency cooperation, Child abuse, Child
protection Operation Bootstrap: Opening Corporate
Law Enforcement Response to Environmental Classrooms to Police Managers (RIA).
Crime (Issues and Practices). Epstein, J., Bruns, B. 1989. 6 pp. NCJ 118314.
Police management, Police professionalism
Hammett, T.M. 1995. 91 pp. NCJ 151399.
Environmental offenses, Police policies and Police Chiefs and Sheriffs Rank Their Criminal
procedures Justice Needs (RIA). Manili, B., Connors, E.
Line-of-Duty Deaths: Survivor and 1988. 8 pp. NCJ 113061.
Departmental Responses (RIB). Police management, Police manpower, Police
organizational structure
Stillman, F.A. 1987. 6 pp. NCJ 103238.
Police family issues, Victims Police Integrity: Public Service With Honor
Major Issues in Organized Crime Control (Research Report). Gaffigan, S.J., McDonald,
(Symposium Proceedings). Edelhertz, H. 1987. P.P. 1997. 104 pp. NCJ 163811. Available
216 pp. NCJ 106775. electronically.
Police professionalism, Police management,
Organized crime, Drug law enforcement,
Police organizational structure
Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organization
(RICO) Act

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Police Overtime: An Examination of Key Issues Policing in Emerging Democracies: Workshop


(RIB). Bayley, D.H., Worden, R.E. 1998. 8 pp. Papers and Highlights (Research Report). 1997.
NCJ 167572. Available electronically. 113 pp. NCJ 167024. Available electronically.
Police compensation, Police management Foreign police, Police reform

Police-Prosecutor Coordination—The Key to Policing Neighborhoods: A Report From


Effective Prosecution (Research Report). 1987. Indianapolis (Research Preview). Mastrofski,
18 pp. NCJ 101146. S.D., Parks, R.B., Reiss, A.J., Jr., Worden, R.E.
Prosecution, National Institute of Justice 1998. 2 pp. FS 000223. Available electronically.
Police-citizen interactions, Police manpower
Police-Prosecutor Teams: Innovations in Several deployment, Police attitudes
Jurisdictions (RIA). Buchanan, J. 1989. 6 pp.
NCJ 120288. Positional Asphyxia—Sudden Death (Bulletin).
Interagency cooperation, Prosecution 1995. 4 pp. Available electronically.
Positional asphyxia, National Law Enforcement
Police Pursuit and the Use of Force. Alpert, G.P., and Corrections Technology Center, Use of force
Kenney, D., Dunham, R., Smith, W., Cosgrove,
M. 1996. 332 pp. NCJ 164833. Private Employment of Public Police (Issues
Pursuits, Use of force and Practices). Reiss, A.J. 1988. 90 pp.
NCJ 105192.
Police Pursuit: Policies and Training (RIB). Off-duty police, Private police
Alpert, G.P. 1997. 8 pp. NCJ 164831.
Available electronically. Private Employment of Public Police (RIB).
Pursuits, Police recruit training, Police Reiss, A.J. 1988. 8 pp. NCJ 109772.
professionalism Off-duty police, Private police

Police Response to Special Populations (Issues Protective Intelligence and Threat Assessment
and Practices). Finn, P., Sullivan, M. 1987. Investigations: A Guide for State and Local Law
124 pp. NCJ 105193. Enforcement Officials (Research Report).
Mentally ill offenders, Homeless people, Social Fein, R.A., Vossekuil, B. 1998. 69 pp.
services NCJ 170612. Available electronically.
Police policies and procedures, Assassination,
Police Response to Special Populations: Protection of public figures
Handling the Mentally Ill, Public Inebriate, and
the Homeless (RIA). Finn, P., Sullivan, M. 1988. Pursuit Management Task Force (Research
6 pp. NCJ 107273. Preview). 1998. 3 pp. FS 000225. Available
Mentally ill offenders, Homeless people, Police- electronically.
citizen interactions Pursuits, Equipment evaluation, National Institute
of Justice
Police Use of Force: Collection of National Data.
Greenfeld, L.A., Langan, P.A., Smith, S.K., Pursuit Management Task Force Report.
Kaminski, R.J. 1997. 38 pp. NCJ 165040. Bayless, K.L., Osborne, R. 1998. 106 pp.
Available electronically. NCJ 172200. Available electronically from
Use of force, Police-citizen interactions NLECTC.
Pursuits, Police equipment, Police policies
Policing Drug Hot Spots (Research Preview). and procedures
1996. 2 pp. FS 000128.
Hot spots, Drug law enforcement, Crime preven- Report on the Attorney General’s Conference
tion planning on Less Than Lethal Weapons (Issues and
Practices). Sweetman, S. 1987. 30 pp.
NCJ 105195.
National Institute of Justice, Nonlethal weapons

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Restrictive Policies for High-Speed Police Systematic Observation of Public Police:


Pursuits (Issues and Practices). Nugent, H., Applying Field Research Methods to Policy
Connors, E.F., McEwen, J.T., Mayo, L. 1990. Issues (Research Report). Mastrofski, S.D.,
32 pp. NCJ 122025. Parks, R.B., Reiss, A.J., Jr., Worden, R.E.,
Pursuits, Police policies and procedures DeJong, C., Snipes, J.B., Terrill, W. 1998. 55 pp.
NCJ 172859. Available electronically.
The Role of Police Psychology in Controlling Research, Police management, Evaluations
Excessive Force (Research Report).
Scrivner, E.M. 1994. 37 pp. NCJ 146206. Understanding Use of Force By and Against the
Psychologists, Use of force Police (RIB). Garner, J., Buchanan, J., Schade, T.,
Hepburn, J. 1996. 12 pp. NCJ 158614.
Rural Crime and Rural Policing (RIA). Available electronically.
Weisheit, R.A., Falcone, D.N., Wells, L.E. 1994. Use of force, Research, Police accountability
16 pp. NCJ 150223. Available electronically.
Rural crime, Rural policing, Crime analysis Use of Forensic Evidence by the Police and
Courts (RIB). Peterson, J.L. 1987. 6 pp.
Selection and Application Guide to Police Body NCJ 107206.
Armor, NIJ Guide 100–98. 1998. 102 pp. Forensic science, Evidence, Courts
NCJ 169587. Available electronically.
Body armor, Equipment evaluation, National Law Values in Policing (Perspectives on Policing).
Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center Wasserman, R., Moore, M.H. 1988. 8 pp.
NCJ 114216.
The Strategic Management of Police Resources Police policies and procedures, Community
(Perspectives on Policing). Kennedy, D.M. 1993. policing, Police community relations programs
12 pp. NCJ 139565.
Police management, Foot patrols, Community
policing

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SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY


The Americans with Disabilities Act: Emergency Program (Program Focus). Rich, T.F. 1996.
Response Systems and Telecommunications 16 pp. NCJ 160764. Available electronically.
Devices for the Deaf (RIA). Rubin, P.N., Dunne, Computer mapping
T. 1995. 8 pp. NCJ 151177. Available
electronically. Choose to Survive: A Guide to Standards and
Americans With Disabilities Act, Equipment Tests for Ballistic Resistant Vest Performance
evaluation and Reliability (NIJ Guide). 1997.
NIJ Standards, Bullet-resistant barriers,
Amplitude Companded Sideband Transceivers Body armor
(NIJ Standard–0225.00). 1989. 32 pp. NCJ 154249.
NIJ Standards Communications Range Predictions for Mobile
Radio Systems (NIJ Report 201–88). 1989.
AutoBid 2.0—The Microcomputer System 18 pp. NCJ 117431.
for Police Patrol Vehicle Selection (Software Equipment evaluation
Package and Instructional Manual). Eberhardt,
S. 1997. 6 pp. NISTIR 5787. Available A Comparison of the Use of Three Different
electronically. Mounting Fixtures for Ballistic Tests of Body
Computers, Police equipment, Police vehicles Armor (NIJ Report 100–91). Eliason, L.K.,
Frank, D.E. 1996. 24 pp. Available electronically
Automated DNA Typing: Method of the Future? from OLES.
(Research Preview). Hammond, H.A., and Body armor, Technology assessment, Bullet-
Caskey, C.T. 1997. 2 pp. FS 000163. resistant barriers
Available electronically from OLES.
A Comprehensive Evaluation of 1999 Patrol
DNA, Victim identification
Vehicle Tires (Bulletin). 1999. 8 pp.
Automated Fingerprint Identification Systems: Available electronically from NLECTC.
Their Acquisition, Management, Performance, NIJ Standards, Equipment evaluation, Police
and Organizational Impact (Final Report). vehicles
Klug, D., Peterson, J.L., Stoney, D.A. 1992. Computer Crime: Criminal Justice Resource
92 pp. NCJ 137349. Manual (Issues and Practices). Parker, D.B.,
Fingerprints
Smith, D.C., Turner, G.W., Sherizan, S. 1989.
Ballistic Resistance of Police Body Armor 222 pp. NCJ 118214.
(NIJ Standard–0101.03). 1987. 19 pp. Computer-related crime
Available electronically from OLES. Dedicated Computer Crime Units (Issues and
Body armor, NIJ Standards
Practices). McEwen, J.T., Fester, D., Nugent, H.
Body Armor User Guide. 1997. 2 pp. 1989. 130 pp. NCJ 118215.
Available electronically from NLECTC. Computer-related crime, Special investigating
Body armor, Police equipment, NIJ Standards units

Body-worn FM Transmitters (NIJ Standard– Department of Justice and Department of


0214.01). 1990. 16 pp. NCJ 121699. Defense Joint Technology Program: Second
Equipment evaluation Anniversary Report (Research Report). 1997.
20 pp. NCJ 164268. Available electronically.
The Chicago Police Department’s Information Body armor, Equipment evaluation
Collection for Automated Mapping (ICAM)

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Equipment Performance Report: Body-Worn Fixed and Base Station Antennas (NIJ
FM Transmitters. 1990. 36 pp. NCJ 119969. Standard–0204.02). 1998. 22 pp. NCJ 172205.
NIJ Standards, Equipment evaluation Available electronically from NLECTC.
NIJ Standards, Equipment evaluation
Equipment Performance Report: Evaluation
of Replacement Brake Pads for Police Patrol Fixed and Base Station FM Receivers (NIJ
Vehicles. 1998. 104 pp. NCJ 168101. Standard–0206.01). Jesch, R.L., Wainright, A.E.
NIJ Standards, Evaluations, Police vehicles 1988. 16 pp. NCJ 106790.
NIJ Standards, Equipment evaluation
Equipment Performance Report: 9mm and .45
Caliber Autoloading Pistol Test Results. 1987. Fixed and Base Station FM Transmitters (NIJ
85 pp. NCJ 107799. Standard–0201.01). Jesch, R.L., Wainright, A.E.
Equipment evaluation, NIJ Standards 1987. 17 pp. NCJ 106788.
NIJ Standards, Equipment evaluation
Equipment Performance Report: 1994 Patrol
Vehicle Tires. 1994. 84 pp. NCJ 148450. Forensic Laboratories: Handbook for Facility
NIJ Standards, Equipment evaluation, Police Planning, Design, Construction, and Moving
vehicles (Research Report). 1998. 188 pp. NCJ 168106.
Available electronically.
Equipment Performance Report: 1997 Patrol
Forensic science, Evidence
Vehicle Tires. 1997. 89 pp. NCJ 165471.
Available electronically. High-Speed Pursuit: New Technologies Around
NIJ Standards, Equipment evaluation, Police the Corner (Bulletin). 1996. 6 pp.
vehicles Available electronically from NLECTC.
Pursuits, Police policies and procedures
Equipment Performance Report: 12-Gauge
Shotgun Test Results. 1987. 27 pp. NCJ 107748. Improved Postmortem Detection of Carbon
NIJ Standards, Equipment evaluation Monoxide and Cyanide (Research Preview).
Ethical Use of Information Technologies in Logan, B.K. 1996. 2 pp. FS 000142.
Education (Issues and Practices). Sivin, J.P., Available electronically.
Forensic science, Evidence
Bialo, E.R. 1992. 39 pp. NCJ 136548.
Schools, Computer-related crime The Intelligibility of Amplitude Companded
Evaluating Investments in Law Enforcement Sideband Modulation Compared to
Equipment: An Annotated Bibliography Conventional Frequency Modulation
(NIJ Report 900–89). Weber, S.F., Lippiatt, B.C., (NIJ Report 201–87). 1989.
Technology assessment, Equipment evaluation
Johnson, K.S. 1989. 27 pp. NCJ 118900.
Equipment evaluation JUSTNET (Brochure). 1996. 4 pp.
Internet, Information sources
The Evolution and Development of Police
Technology (Technical Report). 1998. 123 pp. Justice on the Net: The National Institute of
NCJ 173179. Available electronically from Justice Promotes Internet Services (RIA).
NLECTC. Lively, G.M., Reardon, J.A. 1996. 8 pp.
Equipment evaluation, National Institute of NCJ 158838. Available electronically.
Justice National Institute of Justice, Internet
Federal Property and Equipment Manual. 1998. Law Enforcement Technology for the 21st
121 pp. NCJ 172872. Available electronically Century: Conference Report. 1994. 53 pp.
from NLECTC. NCJ 152234.
Equipment evaluation, Federal aid Equipment evaluation

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T h e N I J P u b l i c a t i o n s C a t a l o g

Metallic Handcuffs Consumer Product List— Monopole Impedance and Gain Measurements
5th Edition (Bulletin). 1996. 2 pp. of Finite Ground Planes (NIJ Report 200–87).
NIJ Standards, Equipment evaluation, National 1989. 52 pp. 118002.
Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Equipment evaluation
Center, Product lists, Handcuffs
The National Institute of Justice and Advances
Metallic Handcuffs Consumer Product List— in Forensic Science and Technology (Bulletin).
6th Edition (Bulletin). 1997. 2 pp. Available 1998. 12 pp. Available electronically from
electronically from NLECTC. NLECTC.
NIJ Standards, Equipment evaluation, National DNA, Evidence, Forensic science, NIJ Standards
Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology
Center, Product lists, Handcuffs New Reagents for Development of Latent
Fingerprints (National Institute of Justice
Michigan State Police Tests 1997 Patrol Vehicles Update). 1995. 2 pp. FS 000097.
(Bulletin). 1996. 4 pp. Available electronically Available electronically.
from NLECTC. Fingerprints, Evidence
Equipment evaluation, National Law Enforcement
and Corrections Technology Center, Police New Technology Batteries Guide, NIJ Guide
vehicles 200–98. Ingram, W.J. 1998. 62 pp. NCJ 172868.
Available electronically.
Michigan State Police Tests 1998 Patrol Vehicles
Equipment evaluation
(Bulletin). 1997. 8 pp. NCJ 171898. Available
electronically from NLECTC. 1996 Model Year Patrol Vehicle Testing. 1995.
Equipment evaluation, National Law Enforcement 84 pp. NCJ 156220. Available electronically
and Corrections Technology Center, Police from NLECTC.
vehicles Equipment evaluation, Police vehicles
Michigan State Police Tests 1999 Patrol Vehicles 1997 Evaluation of Replacement Brake Pads for
(Bulletin). 1998. 8 pp. Available electronically Police Patrol Vehicles (Bulletin). 1997. 12 pp.
from NLECTC. Available electronically from NLECTC.
Equipment evaluation, National Law Enforcement Equipment evaluation, Police vehicles
and Corrections Technology Center, Police
vehicles 1997 Model Year Patrol Vehicle Testing
(Equipment Performance Report). 1997. 68 pp.
Miniature Surveillance Recorders (NIJ NCJ 163600.
Standard–0226.00). 1990. 23 pp. NCJ 120148. Evaluations, Police vehicles
Security, Equipment evaluation, NIJ Standards
1998 Model Year Patrol Vehicle Testing. 1998.
Mobile Antennas (NIJ Standard–0205.02). 95 pp. NCJ 168616. Available electronically
1997. 26 pp. NCJ 169611. Available from NLECTC.
electronically from OLES. Equipment evaluation, Police vehicles
NIJ Standards, Equipment evaluation
NLECTC Publications List. 1997. 53 pp.
Mobile Antennas (NIJ Standard–0205.01). NCJ 164034. Available electronically from
1989. 10 pp. NCJ 117998. NLECTC.
NIJ Standards, Equipment evaluation
Information sources, Product lists
Mobile Digital Equipment (NIJ Standard– Organizing for Computer Crime Investigation
0215.01) 1987. 27 pp. NCJ 154251. and Prosecution (Issues and Practices).
NIJ Standards, Equipment evaluation
Conly, C. 1989. 134 pp. NCJ 118216.
Computer-related crime, Child abuse, Prosecution

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PCR-Based DNA Profiling Standard NIST Selection and Application Guide to Police Body
SRM2391. 1997. 2 pp. Available electronically. Armor (NIJ Guide100-98). 1998. 102 pp.
DNA, Forensic science NCJ 169587. Available electronically from NLECTC.
Body armor, Equipment evaluation
PCR-Based DNA Profiling: Law Enforcement in
the Laboratory. 1997. 1 p. Available electronically. Smokeless Powder Residue Analysis by
DNA, Forensic science, Evidence Capillary Electrophoresis (NIJ Report 600-91).
Northrup D.M., MacCrehan W.A. 1997. 22 pp.
Police Body Armor Consumer Product List. NCJ 164264. Available electronically from OLES.
1988. 4 pp. NCJ 111032. Evidence, Forensic science
Body armor, Product lists
Specification for Interoperability Between
Police Body Armor Consumer Product List Ballistic Imaging Systems: Part 1—Cartridge
Update—Fall 1997. 1997. 63 pp. Cases. Field, B.F., Kelley, E.F., McCabe, M.
Available electronically from NLECTC. 1996. 42 pp. NISTIR 5855.
Body armor, Product lists Interoperability, NIJ Standards
Preliminary Investigation of Oleoresin State and Local Law Enforcement Wireless
Capsicum (NIJ Report 100–95). 1995. Communications and Interoperability: A
Available electronically from OLES. Quantitative Analysis (Research Report).
Pepper spray, Research Taylor, M.J., Epper, R.C., Tolman, T.K. 1998.
Prosecutors and Computers: Automating Major 130 pp. NCJ 168961. Available electronically.
Operations—What a Prosecutor Needs To Equipment evaluation, Interoperability
Know (Issues and Practices). Boland, B. 1993. State Computer Crime Statutes (RIA).
80 pp. NCJ 145744. Nugent, H. 1991. 12 pp. NCJ 128780.
Courts, Computer software, Prosecution Computer-related crimes, Legislation, Corporate
crime
Prospects for the Use of Lithium Batteries in
Law Enforcement Equipment (NIJ Report Survey of Commercially Available Explosives
201–89). 1990. Detection Technologies and Equipment.
Equipment evaluation, Police equipment Hannum, D.W., Parmeter, J.E. 1998. 130 pp.
Rechargeable Batteries for Personal/portable NCJ 171133.
Explosives detection, Technology assessment
Transceivers (NIJ Standard–0211.01). 1995.
14 pp. NCJ 160804. Available electronically TechBeat. April 1995. 1995. 4 pp. Available
from NLECTC. electronically from NLECTC.
NIJ Standards, Equipment evaluation Information sources, National Law Enforcement
and Corrections Technology Center
Scoping Out Night Vision (Bulletin). 1996. 8 pp.
Available electronically from NLECTC. TechBeat. September 1995. 1995. 6 pp.
Less-than-lethal technology, Police equipment, Available electronically from NLECTC.
Technology assessment Less-than-lethal technology
Second Annual Conference on Law TechBeat. June 1996. 1996. 6 pp. Available
Enforcement Technology for the 21st Century electronically from NLECTC.
(Conference Report). 1995. 56 pp. NCJ 158024. Concealed weapons
Available electronically from NLECTC.
National Institute of Justice, Equipment TechBeat. October 1997. 1997. 8 pp. Available
evaluation electronically from NLECTC.
Crime analysis, Security, Concealed weapons,
Illegal immigration

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TechBeat. Spring 1998. 1998. 8 pp. Available Trunked Radio Systems (NIJ Report 200–90).
electronically from NLECTC. 1993. 32 pp.
Prison health care, Policing innovations, Forensic Police equipment, Technology assessment,
science Interoperability

TechBeat. Summer 1998. 1998. 10 pp. Available 12-gauge Shotguns for Police Use (NIJ
electronically from NLECTC. Standard–0113.00). 1989.
Interoperability, Prison riots, Police equipment NIJ Standards, Police equipment, Equipment
evaluation
TechBeat. Fall 1998. 1998. 8 pp. Available
electronically from NLECTC. The Unrealized Potential of DNA Testing
Arson, Domestic violence, Positional asphyxia (RIA). Weedn, V.W., Hicks, J.W. 1998. 8 pp.
NCJ 170596. Available electronically.
TechBeat. Winter 1998. 1998. 8 pp. Available DNA, Forensic science
electronically from NLECTC.
Federal aid, Police equipment Update on Technology Research (Technology
Assessment). 1988. 4 pp. NCJ 113946.
Technical Assessment of Portable Explosives Equipment evaluation, Handguns
Vapor Detection Devices (NIJ Report 300–89).
1990. 16 pp. NCJ 121698. The Use of Computerized Mapping in Crime
Explosives detection, Equipment evaluation Control and Prevention Programs (RIA).
Rich, T.F. 1995. 12 pp. NCJ 155182.
Technology for Community Policing: Available electronically.
Conference Report, 1996. 1997. 84 pp. Computer mapping, Computers
NCJ 163601. Available electronically from
NLECTC. Use of Microcomputers in Criminal Justice
Computer mapping, Crime analysis, Policing Agencies (Issues and Practices). McEwen, J.T.
innovations 1990. 82 pp. NCJ 124137.
Computers
Technology Saves Lives (Brochure). 1997. 4 pp.
Internet, National Law Enforcement and Using Gunshot Detection Technology in High-
Corrections Technology Center, Information Crime Areas (Research in Progress Preview).
sources Mazerolle, L.G. 1998. 4 pp. FS 000201.
Technology Solutions for Public Safety Available electronically. Full presentation
(Conference Report). 1996. 76 pp. NCJ 162532. available on videotape.
Equipment evaluation, Gunshot detection
Available electronically.
technology, Research
Less-than-lethal technology, Video surveillance
systems Videotaping Interrogations and Confessions
Test Method for the Evaluation of the (RIB). Geller, W.A. 1993. 12 pp. NCJ 139962.
Interrogations
Penetration Resistance of High-security Glazing
Subjected to a Combined Attack of Heat and “Why Can’t We Talk?” When Lives Are at
Mechanical Impact (NIJ Report 301–85). 1989. Stake (Fact Sheet). 1998. 2 pp. Available
11 pp. NCJ 118000. electronically from NLECTC.
Bullet-resistant barriers Interagency cooperation, Public safety,
Information sources
Toward the Paperless Police Department: The
Use of Laptop Computers (RIB). 1993. 8 pp. Wireless Communications and Interoperability
NCJ 143291. Among Law Enforcement Agencies (RIB).
Computer software, Computers Taylor, M.J., Epper, R.C., Tolman, T.K. 1998.
12 pp. NCJ 168945. Available electronically.
Equipment evaluation
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T h e N I J P u b l i c a t i o n s C a t a l o g

VICTIMS
Child Sexual Molestation: Research Issues B.N.W. 1988. 8 pp. NCJ 110684.
(Research Report). Prentky, R.A., Knight, R.A., Victims, Social services
Lee, A.F.S. 1997. 24 pp. NCJ 163390.
Available electronically. The Extent and Costs of Crime Victimization:
Victims, Sex offenders, Child abuse A New Look (Research Preview). 1996. 2 pp.
FS 000131. Available electronically.
Childhood Victimization and Risk for Alcohol Child abuse, Rape, Victims
and Drug Arrests (Research Preview). 1995.
2 pp. FS 000108. Available electronically. Fraud Victimization—The Extent, the Targets,
Child abuse the Effects (National Institute of Justice
Update). 1995. 2 pp. FS 000075. Available
Civil Protection Orders: Victims’ Views on electronically.
Effectiveness (Research Preview). Keilitz, S.L., Fraud control, Victims
Davis, C., Efkeman, H.S., Flango, C., Hannaford,
P.L. 1998. 2 pp. FS 000191. Available Guardians Ad Litem in the Criminal Courts
electronically. (Issues and Practices). Whitcomb, D. 1988.
Court orders, Victims 67 pp. NCJ 110006.
Guardians, Child abuse
Civil Rights and Criminal Justice: Primer on
Sexual Harassment (RIA). Rubin, P.N. 1995. Helping Crime Victims (Executive Summary).
8 pp. NCJ 156663. Available electronically. Cook, R.F., Smith, B.E., Harrell, A.V. 1987.
Civil rights, Sexual harassment 27 pp. NCJ 100868.
Victims, Reactions to crime
Compensating Crime Victims: A Summary of
Policies and Practices (Issues and Practices). Immigrant Populations as Victims: Toward a
Auerbach, B., Carlson, K., Parent, D. 1992. 72 pp. Multicultural Criminal Justice System (RIB).
NCJ 136500. Davis, R.C., Erez, E. 1998. 8 pp. NCJ 167571.
Victims Available electronically.
Immigrants, Victims
Crime Victims: Learning How To Help Them
(RIA). Davis, R.C. 1987. 6 pp. NCJ 106275. New Approach to Interviewing Children: A Test
Victims of Its Effectiveness (RIB). Geiselman, R.E.,
Bornstein, G., Saywitz, K.J. 1992. 6 pp. NCJ 135011.
Early Childhood Victimization Among Police interview, Juvenile witnesses
Incarcerated Adult Male Felons (Research
Preview). Weeks, R., Widom, C.S. 1998. 2 pp. Police and Child Abuse: New Policies for
FS 000204. Available electronically. Expanded Responsibilities (Issues and
Child abuse, Offenders Practices). Martin, S.E., Besharov, D.J. 1991.
110 pp. NCJ 129947.
The Emotional Effects of Testifying on Sexually Police policies and procedures, Legislation
Abused Children (RIB). Goodman, G.S., Hoak,
S., Runyan, D.K., Whitcomb, D. 1994. 8 pp. The Prevalence and Consequences of Child
NCJ 146414. Victimization (Research in Progress Preview).
Child abuse, Victims Kilpatrick, D., Saunders, B. 1997. 4 pp.
FS 000179. Available electronically.
Establishing and Expanding Victim-Witness Full presentation available on videotape.
Assistance Programs (RIA). Finn, P., Lee, Child abuse, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

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Revictimization: Reducing the Heat on Hot Victim Assistance Programs Report Increased
Victims (RIA). Pease, K., Laycock, G. 1996. Workloads (RIA). Webster, B. 1988. 8 pp.
6 pp. NCJ 162951. Available electronically. NCJ 113769.
Victims, Hot spots Social services, Police resource allocation

The Rights of Crime Victims—Does Legal Victim Assistance Programs: Whom They
Protection Make a Difference? (RIB). Kilpatrick, Service, What They Offer (National Institute of
D.G., Beatty, D., Howley, S.S. 1998. 12 pp. Justice Update). 1995. 2 pp. FS 000084.
NCJ 173839. Available electronically. Available electronically.
Victims Victims, Social services, Volunteer programs

Serving Crime Victims and Witnesses (Issues Victim Costs and Consequences: A New Look
and Practices). Lee, B.N.W. 1987. 214 pp. (Research Report). Miller, T.R., Cohen, M.A.,
NCJ 97673. Available electronically. Wiersema, B. 1996. 28 pp. NCJ 155282.
Victims, Witnesses Available electronically.
Victims, Research
Serving Crime Victims and Witnesses, Second
Edition (Issues and Practices). Tomz, J.E., Victims of Childhood Sexual Abuse—Later
McGillis, D. 1997. 172 pp. NCJ 163174. Criminal Consequences (RIB). Widom, C.S.
Available electronically. 1995. 8 pp. NCJ 151525. Available electronically.
Victims, Witnesses Child abuse, Rape, Prosecution

Using Dolls To Interview Child Victims: Legal Weapons-Related Victimization in Selected


Concerns and Procedures (RIA). Freeman, K.R., Inner-City High School Samples (National
Estrada-Mullaney, T. 1988. 6 pp. NCJ 108470. Institute of Justice Update). 1995. 2 pp.
Child abuse, Juvenile witnesses FS 000073.
Schools, Weapon offenses, Victims
Victim and Witness Intimidation: New
Developments and Emerging Responses (RIA). Weapon-Related Victimization in Selected
Healey, K.M. 1995. 16 pp. NCJ 156555. Inner-City High School Samples (Research
Available electronically. Report). McGee, Z.T., Sheley, J.F., Wright, J.D.
Victims, Witnesses 1995. 20 pp. NCJ 151526. Available electronically.
Firearms, Schools
Victim Appearances at Sentencing Hearings
Under California’s Victims’ Bill of Rights When the Victim Is a Child, 2nd Edition (Issues
(Executive Summary). Villmoare, E., Neto, V.V. and Practices). Whitcomb, D. 1992. 183 pp.
1987. 86 pp. NCJ 104915. NCJ 136080.
Victims Victims, Child abuse, Juvenile witnesses

Victim Appearances at Sentencing Under


California’s Victims’ Bill of Rights (RIB).
Villmoare, E., Neto, V.V. 1987. 6 pp.
NCJ 106774.
Victims, Witnesses

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VIOLENCE
Assessing the Exposure of Urban Youth to The Criminal Justice and Community Response
Violence (Research Preview). The Project on to Rape (Issues and Practices). Epstein, J.,
Human Development in Chicago Neighborhoods. Langenbahn, S. 1994. 153 pp. NCJ 148064.
1996. 2 pp. FS 000159. Available electronically. Rape, Victims, Research
Violence, Juveniles, Research
The Cycle of Violence (RIB). Widom, C.S. 1992.
Adolescent Violence: A View From the Street 6 pp. NCJ 136607.
(Research in Progress Preview). Fagan, J. 1998. Child abuse, Cycle of violence, Child protection
4 pp. FS 000189. Available electronically.
Full presentation available on videotape. The Cycle of Violence Revisited (Research
Research, Juveniles, Violence Preview). 1996. 4 pp. FS 000136. Available
electronically.
Batterer Intervention: Program Approaches and Cycle of violence, Violence, Research
Criminal Justice Strategies (Issues and Practices).
Healey, K., Smith, C., O’Sullivan, C. 1998. Domestic and Sexual Violence Data Collection:
214 pp. NCJ 168638. Available electronically. A Report to Congress Under the Violence
Domestic assault, Spouse abuse treatment, Against Women Act (Research Report). Justice
Federal aid Research and Statistics Association. 1996. 84 pp.
NCJ 161405. Available electronically.
Batterer Programs: What Criminal Justice Violence against women, Research, Women,
Agencies Need to Know (RIA). Healey, K.M., Violence Against Women Act
Smith, C. 1998. 12 pp. NCJ 171683. Available
electronically. Domestic Violence, Stalking and Antistalking
Spouse abuse treatment, Domestic assault, Legislation—An Annual Report to Congress
Federal aid Under the Violence Against Women Act
(Research Report). 1996. 48 pp. NCJ 160943.
A Coordinated Approach to Reducing Family Available electronically.
Violence: Conference Highlights (Research Violence, Stalkers, Legislation, Violence against
Report). 1995. 40 pp. NCJ 155184. Available women, Violence Against Women Act
electronically.
Victims, Violence, Domestic assault Evaluation of Family Violence Training
Programs (Research Preview). 1995. 2 pp.
The Crime of Stalking: How Big is the FS 000125. Available electronically.
Problem? (Research Preview). Tjaden, P. 1997. Family violence, Violence, Police-citizen
4 pp. FS 000186. Available electronically. interactions
Stalkers, Violence, Women
Evaluation of Violence Prevention Programs
Criminal Behavior of Gang Members and in Middle Schools (National Institute of Justice
At-Risk Youths (Research in Progress Preview). Update). 1995. 2 pp. FS 000094. Available
Huff, C.R. 1998. 4 pp. FS 000190. Available electronically.
electronically. Full presentation available on Evaluations, Violence, Schools
videotape.
Firearms and Violence (RIB). Roth, J.A. 1994.
Violence, Gangs, Juveniles
8 pp. NCJ 145533. Available electronically.
Firearms, Violence, Weapon offenses

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Gun Acquisition and Possession in Selected Mental Illness and Violent Crime (Research
Juvenile Samples (RIB). Sheley, J.F., Wright, Preview). Monahan, J. 1996. 4 pp. FS 000158.
J.D. 1993. 12 pp. NCJ 145326. Available electronically.
Handguns, Juveniles, Dangerous offenders Mentally ill offenders, Violence, Victims

Guns in America: National Survey on Private The Nature of Homicide: Trends and Changes:
Ownership and Use of Firearms (RIB). Proceedings of the 1996 Meeting of the
Cook, P.J., Ludwig, J. 1997. 12 pp. NCJ 165476. Homicide Research Working Group (Research
Available electronically. Report). Lattimore, P.K., Nahabedian, C.A., eds.
Weapon offenses, Handguns, Research 1996. 261 pp. NCJ 166149. Available electronically.
Suicide, Domestic assault, Homicide
High School Youths, Weapons, and Violence: A
National Survey (RIB). Sheley, J.F., Wright, J.D. Neighborhood Collective Efficacy—Does It Help
1998. 8 pp. NCJ 172857. Available electronically. Reduce Violence? (Research Preview). Sampson,
Juveniles, Gun ownership, Research R.J., Raudenbush, S.W., Earls, F. 1998. 2 pp.
FS 000203.
Homicide in Eight U.S. Cities: Trends, Context, Community crime prevention, Crime analysis,
and Policy Implications (Research Report). Research
Lattimore, P.K., Trudeau, J., Riley, K.J., Leiter, J.,
Edwards, S. 1997. 153 pp. NCJ 167262. Available Partner Violence Among Young Adults
electronically. (Research in Progress Preview). Moffitt, T. 1997.
Homicide, Weapon offenses, Drug offenders 4 pp. FS 00167. Available electronically.
Full presentation available on videotape.
Illegal Firearms: Access and Use by Arrestees Domestic assault, Violence, New Zealand
(RIB). Decker S.H., Pennell S., Caldwell A. 1997.
6 pp. NCJ 163496. Available electronically. Predicting Criminal Behavior Among
Weapon offenses, Illicit firearms, ADAM/DUF Authorized Purchasers of Handguns (Research
(Arrestee Drug Abuse Monitoring/Drug Use in Progress Preview). Wintemute, G. 1998. 4 pp.
Forecasting) FS 000198. Available electronically. Full presen-
tation available on videotape.
Juvenile Gun Violence and Gun Markets in
Handguns, Violent offenders, Research
Boston (Research in Progress Preview).
Kennedy, D.M. 1997. 4 pp. FS 000160. Prevalence, Incidence, and Consequences of
Available electronically. Full presentation Violence Against Women: Findings From the
available on videotape. National Violence Against Women Survey
Juveniles, Weapon offenses, Illicit firearms (RIB). Tjaden, P., Thoennes, N. 1998. 16 pp.
NCJ 172837. Available electronically.
Legal Interventions in Family Violence:
Violence, Women, Research
Research Findings and Policy Implications
(Research Report). 1998. 86 pp. NCJ 171666. Preventing Gang- and Drug-Related Witness
Available electronically. Intimidation (Issues and Practices). Finn, P.,
Family violence, Research, Child abuse Healey, K.M. 1996. 164 pp. NCJ 163067.
Lethal Violence: Proceedings of the 1995 Available electronically.
Witness intimidation, Court management, Gangs
Meeting of the Homicide Research Working
Group (Research Report). Reidel, M., Preventing Interpersonal Violence Among
Boulahanis, J., eds. 1997. 240 pp. NCJ 165708. Youth: An Introduction to School, Community,
Available electronically. and Mass Media Strategies (Issues and
Domestic assault, Violent offenders, Homicide Practices). DeJong, W. 1994. 83 pp. NCJ 150484.
Schools, Community crime prevention, Public health

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Preventing Interpersonal Violence Among Stalking in America: Findings From the


Youths (National Institute of Justice Update). National Violence Against Women Survey
1994. 2 pp. FS 000069. (RIB). Tjaden, P., Thoennes, N. 1998. 20 pp.
Conflict resolution, Schools, Juveniles NCJ 169592. Available electronically.
Stalkers, Women, Research
Project to Develop a Model Anti-Stalking
Code for States (Final Report). 1993. 117 pp. State and Local Responses to Terrorism
NCJ 144477. (National Institute of Justice Update). 1995.
Stalkers, Legislation, Police policies and 2 pp. FS 000092. Available electronically.
procedures Terrorism, Security, National Institute of Justice

Psychoactive Substances and Violence (RIB). Street Gang Crime in Chicago (RIB). Block, B.,
Roth, J.A. 1994. 8 pp. NCJ 145534. Block, C.R. 1993. 12 pp. NCJ 144782.
Available electronically. Gangs, Homicide, Drug law enforcement
Violence, Drug offenders, Research
Street Gangs: Current Knowledge and
Questions and Answers in Lethal and Non- Strategies (Issues and Practices). Conly, C.H.,
Lethal Violence: Proceedings of the First Annual Kelly, P., Mahanna, P., Warner, L. 1993. 122 pp.
Workshop of the Homicide Research Working NCJ 143290.
Group (Research Report). Block, C.R., Block, Gangs, Crime analysis, Youthful offenders
R.L. eds. 1992. 150 pp. NCJ 142058. Available
electronically at www.icpsr.umich.edu/ A Study of Homicide in Eight U.S. Cities:
NACJD/HRWG/hrwg92.pdf. An NIJ Intramural Research Project (RIB).
Violence, Homicide, Research Lattimore, P.K., Trudeau, J., Riley, K.J., Leiter, J.,
Edwards, S. 1997. 12 pp. NCJ 167263.
Questions and Answers in Lethal and Non- Available electronically.
Lethal Violence: Proceedings of the Second Homicide, Dangerous offenders, Research
Annual Workshop of the Homicide Research
Working Group (Research Report). Block, C.R., Trends in Juvenile Violence in European
Block, R.L. eds. 1993. 242 pp. NCJ 147480. Countries (Research in Progress Preview).
Available electronically at www.icpsr.umich.edu/ Pfeiffer, C. 1998. FS 000202. 4 pp. Available
NACJD/HRWG/hrwg93.pdf electronically. Full presentation available on
Violence, Homicide, Research videotape.
Juveniles, European countries, Germany
Reducing Violent Crimes and Intentional
Injuries (RIA). Roth, J.A., Moore, M.H. 1995. Trends, Risks, and Interventions in Lethal
12 pp. NCJ 156089. Available electronically. Violence: Proceedings of the Third Annual
Violence, Policing innovations, Public health Spring Symposium of the Homicide Research
Working Group (Research Report). Block, C.,
Responding to Violence in Cornet City: The Block, R. eds. 1995. 378 pp. NCJ 154254.
Problem-Solving Enterprise (Issues and Available electronically at www.icpsr.umich.edu/
Practices). Kelly, P., Moore, M.H., Roth, J.A. NACJD/HRWG/hrwg94.pdf
1994. 174 pp. NCJ 150552. Violence, Homicide, Research
Community crime prevention, Violence
Understanding and Preventing Violence (RIB).
Solving Youth Violence: Partnerships That Roth, J.A. 1994. 12 pp. NCJ 145645.
Work: National Conference Proceedings, Available electronically.
Washington, D.C., August 15–17, 1994 Violence, Research, Crime analysis
(Research Report). 1995. 164 pp. NCJ 154134.
Available electronically.
Juveniles, Child abuse, Victims

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Understanding and Preventing Violence: Violence Among Middle School and High
A Public Health Perspective (Research in School Students: Analysis and Implications for
Progress Preview). Kellermann, A.L. 1996. 4 pp. Prevention (RIB). Lockwood, D. 1997. 12 pp.
FS 000141. Available electronically. Full NCJ 166363. Available electronically.
presentation available on videotape. Schools, Juveniles, Victims
Public health, Violence, Suicide
Violence in Cornet City: A Problem-Solving
Violence Against Women Act of 1994: Exercise (Issues and Practices). Kelly, P., Moore,
Evaluation of the STOP Formula Grants to M.H., Roth, J.A. 1995. 42 pp. NCJ 154258.
Combat Violence Against Women 1997 Report. Case studies, Violence
Burt, M.R., Newmark, L.C., Olson, K.K., Aron,
L.Y., Harrell, A.V. 1997. 93 pp. NCJ 166312. Youth Violence, Guns, and Illicit Drug Markets
Violence against women, Women, Federal aid, (Research in Progress Preview). Blumstein, A.,
Violence Against Women Act 1996. 4 pp. FS 000129. Available electronically.
Full presentation available on videotape.
Drug law enforcement, Homicide, Dangerous
offenders

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S O L I C I TAT I O N S 1

1994 1996
Solicitation for an Evaluation of G.R.E.A.T. COMmunity-Backed Anti-Drug Tax (COM-
Gang Resistance Education and Training. BAT) Solicitation. 18 pp. SL 000140.
1994. SL 000086. Available electronically.

1995 Drug Use Forecasting Challenge Grants:


A Special NIJ Research Solicitation. 16 pp.
Data Resources Program: Funding for the
Analysis of Existing Data. 1995. 20 pp. John B. Pickett Fellowships in Criminal Justice
SL 000130. Policy and Management. 2 pp. SL 000104.
Available electronically.
Fellowship Opportunities at the National
Institute of Justice. 1995. 28 pp. SL 000123. Law Enforcement Family Support: Solicitation
for Demonstration and Training Programs for
NIJ Invites Proposals for Boot Camp Research Reduction of Stress Among Law Enforcement
and Evaluations. 1995. 24 pp. SL 000127. Officers and Their Families. 29 pp. SL 000154.
Available electronically.
NIJ Invites Proposals for Policing Research and
Evaluation. 1995. 28 pp. SL 000122. NIJ Solicitation: Boot Camp Research and
Evaluation for Fiscal Year 1996. 32 pp.
NIJ Requests Proposals for Research in Action
SL 000139. Available electronically.
Partnerships. 1995. 20 pp. SL 000128.
NIJ Solicitation: Executive Seminar Series on
NIJ Requests Proposals To Assess School-Based
Sentencing and Corrections. 28 pp. SL 000155.
Prevention Programs. 1995. SL 000129.
Available electronically.
Solicitation for an Impact Evaluation of
NIJ Solicitation for Policing Research and
Operation Weed and Seed. 1995. 20 pp.
Evaluation: Fiscal Year 1996. 33 pp. SL 000148.
SL 000089.
Available electronically.
Solicitation for Research and Evaluation
NIJ Solicitation for Research and Evaluation
on Violence Against Women. 1995. 28 pp.
on Violence Against Women: Fiscal Year 1996.
SL 000124.
32 pp. SL 000144. Available electronically.
Solicitation for the Drug Court Research and
NIJ Solicitation: Sentencing Reforms and Their
Evaluation Program. 1995. 28 pp. SL 000137.
Effects on Corrections. 34 pp. SL 000141.
Solicitation for the Forensic DNA Laboratory Available electronically.
Program. 1995. 32 pp. SL 000135.
NIJ Solicitation: Technology Research and
Solicitation to Develop Guidelines for Death Development Partnership Projects for
Investigations and Training Death Investigators. Community Policing. 25 pp. SL 000149.
1995. 18 pp. SL 000132. Available electronically.

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Solicitations are listed for general information only. Deadlines for submitting responses have passed.

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Reissue for an Assessment of the HIDTA Information Technology Acquisition: Local and
Program: High Intensity Drug Trafficking State Law Enforcement. 12 pp. SL 000233.
Areas. 15 pp. SL 000143. Available electronically. Available electronically.

Solicitation for “Breaking the Cycle” Law Enforcement Family Support: Solicitation
Evaluation. 18 pp. Available electronically. for Demonstration and Training Programs for
Reduction of Stress Among Law Enforcement
Solicitation for Evaluation of Arrest Policies Officers and Their Families. 32 pp. SL 000202.
Program. 27 pp. SL 000175. Available Available electronically.
electronically.
Measuring What Matters in Community
Solicitation for Evaluations of Residential Policing: Fiscal Year 1997. 16 pp. SL 000219.
Substance Abuse Treatment for State Prisoners Available electronically.
Program. 22 pp. SL 000176. Available
electronically. NIJ Solicitation for the Study of Illegal
Firearms Markets. 5 pp. Available electronically.
Solicitation for Law Enforcement, Courts,
and Corrections Technology Development, Policing Research and Evaluation: Fiscal Year
Implementation and Evaluation. 38 pp. 1997. 12 pp. SL 000223. Available electronically.
SL 000168. Available electronically.
Reducing Non-Emergency Calls to 9-1-1: An
Solicitation for the Forensic DNA Laboratory Assessment of Four Approaches to Handling
Improvement Program. 39 pp. SL 000166. Citizen Calls for Service. 9 pp. Available
Available electronically. electronically.

1997 Solicitation for Evaluation of Arrest Policies


Program Under the Violence Against Women
Concept Proposal Letter from Jeremy Travis. Act. 12 pp. SL 000216. Available electronically.
3 pp. Available electronically.
Solicitation for Evaluations of the Residential
Crime Mapping Research Center Fellowship Substance Abuse Treatment for State Prisoners
Program (Brochure). 2 pp. NCJ 166375. Program (1997). 8 pp. SL 000220. Available
Available electronically. electronically.
Data Resources Program Funding for the Solicitation for Investigator-Initiated Research.
Analysis of Existing Data. 4 pp. SL 000232. 12 pp. SL 000201. Available electronically.
Available electronically.
Solicitation for Research and Evaluation on
Drug Court Evaluation I. 38 pp. SL 000214. Sentencing Reforms and Their Effects on
Available electronically. Corrections (1997). 16 pp. SL 000229. Available
electronically.
Effectiveness of Victims of Crime Act Funding
in Meeting the Needs of Crime Victims. Solicitation for Research and Evaluation on
4 pp. SL 000231. Available electronically. Violence Against Women. 20 pp. SL 000217.
Available electronically.
Evaluation of the National Institute of
Corrections Criminal Justice System Project. Solicitation for the Forensic DNA Laboratory
8 pp. SL 000218. Available electronically. Improvement Program, Phase 3. 28 pp.
SL 000238. Available electronically.
Evaluation—Tribal Strategies Against Violence
(TSAV) Initiative. 12 pp. SL 000207.

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Visiting Fellowship Program: NIJ Residency John B. Pickett Fellowships in Criminal Justice
Research Opportunities (Brochure). Policy and Management (Brochure). 3 pp.
NCJ 165588. Available electronically. SL 000309. Available electronically.

1998 Juvenile Accountability Incentive Block Grant


Program Research and Evaluation Solicitation
Building Safer Public Housing Communities 1998. 12 pp. SL 000282. Available electronically.
Through Locally Initiated Research
Partnerships—1998. 12 pp. SL 000243. Juvenile “Breaking the Cycle” Evaluation.
Available electronically. 12 pp. SL 000308. Available electronically.

Call for Concept Papers for Criminal Justice Law Enforcement and Corrections Family
2000 Volumes. SL 000300. Available electronically. Support: Solicitation for Research, Evaluation,
Development, and Demonstration Projects.
Communicating Research Findings: Assessing 16 pp. SL 000266. Available electronically.
the Communication Strategies and Products of
the National Institute of Justice. 8 pp. Local Evaluations of the Residential Substance
SL 000299. Available electronically. Abuse Treatment for State Prisoners Program
(1998). 12 pp. SL 000252. Available electronically.
Corrections Partnerships Concept Paper.
Available electronically. A National Evaluation of the Arrest Policies
Program Under the Violence Against Women
Data Resources Program Funding for the Act. 10 pp. SL 000263. Available electronically.
Analysis of Existing Data. 4 pp. SL 000278.
Available electronically. National Evaluation of the Rural Domestic
Violence and Child Victimization Enforcement
Drug Court Evaluation II. 12 pp. SL 000241. Grant Program. 12 pp. SL 000270. Available
Available electronically. electronically.
Evaluating Task Forces, Toll-Free Information NIJ Request for Proposals for Comparative,
Service Lines, and Drug Testing Programs: Cross-National Crime Research Challenge
BJA/NIJ Evaluation Partnership for the Grants. 8 pp. SL 000277. Available electronically.
Edward Byrne Memorial State and Local Law
Enforcement Assistance Program 1998. 12 pp. Reducing Non-Emergency Calls to 9-1-1: An
SL 000289. Available electronically. Assessment of Four Approaches to Handling
Citizen Calls for Service. 7 pp. SL 000264.
Evaluation of Vehicle Stopping Electromagnetic (Extended from 1997). Available electronically.
Prototype Devices: Phase III—Engineering
Field Testing. 11 pp. SL 000298. Available Research and Evaluation on Violence Against
electronically. Women. 12 pp. SL 000279. Available
electronically.
Evaluation of Victims of Crime Act State
Compensation and Assistance Programs, 1998. Research on Violence Against Women:
12 pp. SL 000242. Available electronically. Syntheses for Practitioners. 8 pp. SL 000271.
Available electronically.
Forensic Document Examination Validation
Studies. 6 pp. SL 000297. Available electronically. Researcher-Practitioner Partnerships:
Evaluations of Grants to Encourage Arrest
Graduate Research Fellowship Program: Policies for Domestic Violence. 9 pp. SL 000295.
Tomorrow’s Research Community (1998–1999) Available electronically.
(Brochure). 4 pp. NCJ 172869. Available
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Secondary Data Analysis on Violence Against Solicitation for Policing Research and
Women and Family Violence—Call for Concept Evaluation: Fiscal Year 1998. 8 pp. SL 000286.
Papers. Available electronically. Available electronically.

Selection of Arrestee Drug Abuse Monitoring Solicitation for Research and Evaluation on
(ADAM) Site Management Teams. 32 pp. Corrections and Sentencing (1998). 12 pp.
SL 000258. Available electronically. SL 000276. Available electronically.

Solicitation for Investigator-Initiated Research. Solicitation for the Forensic DNA Laboratory
12 pp. SL 000240. Available electronically. Improvement Program, Phase 4. 32 pp.
SL 000307. Available electronically.

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RESEARCH IN PROGRESS
S E M I N A R V I D E OTA P E S
Research in Progress Seminars. Sixty-minute The Cycle of Violence Revisited Six Years Later.
videos featuring criminal justice scholars dis- Widom, C.S. NCJ 153272. $19.00 (U.S.), $24.00
cussing cutting-edge research before a live audi- (Canada & other countries).
ence. These presentations are also summarized in
the Research Preview series. Intervening With High-Risk Youth: Preliminary
Findings From the Children-at-Risk Program.
1994 Harrell, A. NCJ 153270. Available through
interlibrary loan.
Three Strikes, You’re Out: Benefits and Costs
of California’s New Mandatory Sentencing Law. Mental Illness and Violent Crime. Monahan, J.
Greenwood, P.W. NCJ 152236. $19.00 (U.S.), NCJ 156925. $19.00 (U.S.), $24.00 (Canada &
$24.00 (Canada & other countries). other countries).

Understanding and Preventing Violence: A Monitoring the Illegal Firearms Market. Decker,
Public Health Perspective. Kellerman, A.L. S.H., Pennell, S. NCJ 153850. $19.00 (U.S.),
NCJ 152238. $19.00 (U.S.), $24.00 (Canada & $24.00 (Canada & other countries).
other countries).
The New Immigrant Hispanic Populations:
Youth Violence, Guns, and Illicit Drug Markets. Implications for Crime and Delinquency in the
Blumstein, A. NCJ 152235. $19.00 (U.S.), $24.00 Next Decade. Rodriguez, O. NCJ 156923. $19.00
(Canada & other countries). (U.S.), $24.00 (Canada & other countries).

Partner Violence Among Young Adults. Moffitt,


1995 T. NCJ 154277. $19.00 (U.S.), $24.00 (Canada &
Communities and Crime: A Study in Chicago. other countries).
Sampson, R. NCJ 156924. $19.00 (U.S.), $24.00
(Canada & other countries). Prevalence and Consequences of Child
Victimization: Preliminary Results from the
Community Policing in Chicago: Fact or National Survey of Adolescents. Saunders, B.E.,
Fiction? Skogan, W. NCJ 153273. $19.00 (U.S.), Kilpatrick, D.G. NCJ 157643. $19.00 (U.S.),
$24.00 (Canada & other countries). $24.00 (Canada & other countries).

A Corrections-Based Continuum of Effective Reducing Gun Violence: Community Policing


Drug Abuse Treatment. Inciardi, J. NCJ 152692. Against Gun Crime. Sherman, L.W.
$19.00 (U.S.), $24.00 (Canada & other NCJ 153730. $19.00 (U.S.), $24.00 (Canada &
countries). other countries).

Crime in a Birth Cohort: A Replication in the Sentencing Policy and Crime Rates in Reunified
People’s Republic of China. Wolfgang, M. Germany. Pfeiffer, C. NCJ 152237. $19.00 (U.S.),
NCJ 153271. $19.00 (U.S.), $24.00 (Canada & $24.00 (Canada & other countries).
other countries).

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1996 Crack’s Decline: Some Surprises Across U.S.


Cities. Golub, A. NCJ 164262. $19.00 (U.S.),
Adolescent Violence: A View From the Street. $24.00 (Canada & other countries).
Fagan, J. NCJ 163059. $19.00 (U.S.), $24.00
(Canada & other countries). Crime in the Schools: A Problem-Solving
Approach. Kenney, D. NCJ 167882. $19.00
Dependence and Drug Treatment Needs Among (U.S.), $24.00 (Canada & other countries).
Adult Arrestees. Wish, E. NCJ 163058. $19.00
(U.S.), $24.00 (Canada & other countries). The Crime of Stalking: How Big Is The
Problem? Tjaden, P. NCJ 163921. $19.00 (U.S.),
Drug Use and Domestic Violence. Brookoff, D. $24.00 (Canada & other countries).
NCJ 163056. $19.00 (U.S.), $24.00 (Canada &
other countries). Criminal Behavior of Gang Members. Huff, R.
NCJ 164725. $19.00 (U.S.), $24.00 (Canada &
Ethnicity, Crime, and Immigration. Tonry, M. other countries).
NCJ 160765. $19.00 (U.S.), $24.00 (Canada &
other countries). Predicting Criminal Behavior Among
Authorized Purchasers of Handguns.
Juvenile Gun Violence and Gun Markets in Wintemute, G. NCJ 165585. $19.00 (U.S.),
Boston. Kennedy, D.M. NCJ 160766. $19.00 $24.00 (Canada & other countries).
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Sentencing Guidelines: A State Perspective.
Labor Markets, Employment, and Crime. Austin, J. NCJ 164726. $19.00 (U.S.), $24.00
Crutchfield, R.D. NCJ 161259. $19.00 (U.S.), (Canada & other countries).
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Trends in Juvenile Violence in European
Managing Adult Sex Offenders in Community Countries. Pfeiffer, C. NCJ 167029. $19.00
Settings: A Containment Approach. English, K. (U.S.), $24.00 (Canada & other countries).
NCJ 159740. $19.00 (U.S.), $24.00 (Canada &
other countries). Using Gunshot Detection Technology in High-
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Police in Pursuit: Policy and Practice. Alpert, G. $19.00 (U.S.), $24.00 (Canada & other
NCJ 161836. $19.00 (U.S.), $24.00 (Canada & countries).
other countries).

Use of Force By and Against the Police. Garner,


1998
J.H. NCJ 159739. $19.00 (U.S.), $24.00 (Canada Can Telemedicine Reduce Spending for
& other countries). Prisoner Healthcare? An Evaluation of a Prison
Telemedicine Network. McDonald, D.C.
Youth Afterschool Programs and the Role of NCJ 173390. $19.00 (U.S.), $24.00 (Canada &
Law Enforcement. Chaiken, M. NCJ 163057. other countries).
$19.00 (U.S.), $24.00 (Canada & other
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1997 Offenders. Roth, J. NCJ 171126. $19.00 (U.S.),
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Community Policing in Action: Lessons From
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$19.00 (U.S.), $24.00 (Canada & other $24.00 (Canada & other countries).
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The Growth of Incarceration in the U.S.: Where Reintegrating Juvenile Offenders Into the
Are All the Prisoners Coming From? Blumstein, Community: OJJDP’s Intensive Community-
A. Beck, A. NCJ 172853. $19.00 (U.S.), $24.00 Based Aftercare Demonstration Program.
(Canada & other countries). Altschuler, D. NCJ 170033. $19.00 (U.S.),
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Homicide in Eight Cities: Trends, Context, and
Policy. Lattimore, P. Riley, K.J. NCJ 168626. Tailoring Law Enforcement Responses to Youth
$19.00 (U.S.), $24.00 (Canada & other countries). Firearm Violence. Dunworth, T. NCJ 173958.
$19.00 (U.S.), $24.00 (Canada & other
Linking Community Factors and Individual countries).
Development: Progress in the Project on Human
Development in Chicago Neighborhoods. Earls, When Neighbors Go to Jail: Impact on
F. NCJ 170603. $19.00 (U.S.), $24.00 (Canada & Attitudes About Formal and Informal Social
other countries) Control. Clear, T., Rose, D. NCJ 171156. $19.00
(U.S.), $24.00 (Canada & other countries).

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PERSPECTIVES ON CRIME AND


J U S T I C E V I D E OTA P E S
Perspectives on Crime and Justice Videotape The Legitimation of Criminal Justice Policies
Lectures. Sixty-minute videos featuring national- and Practices. Moore, M.H. NCJ 164504. $29.50
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policy. A volume containing the full text of each 1998
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The American Experience With Stimulants and
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Opiates. Musto, D.F. NCJ 169283. $29.50 (U.S.),
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$33.00 (Canada & other countries). Audiotape
NCJ 169610. $15.50 (U.S.), $17.50 (Canada &
1996 other countries).
What, If Anything, Can the Federal
Government Do About Crime? Wilson, J.Q. A Decade of Experimenting With Intermediate
1996. NCJ 164375. $29.50 (U.S.), $33.00 Sanctions: What Have We Learned? Petersilia,
(Canada & other countries). J. NCJ 170030. $29.50 (U.S.), $33.00 (Canada &
other countries). Audiotape NCJ 170031. $15.50
1997 (U.S.), $17.50 (Canada & other countries).

Can We Make Prohibition Work Better? An The Epidemic of Youth Gun Violence. Cook, P.
Assessment of American Drug Policy. Reuter, P., NCJ 170597. $29.50 (U.S.), $33.00 (Canada &
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Child Victims: In Search of Opportunities for Getting Deterrence Right. Kleiman, M.


Breaking the Cycle of Violence. Widom, C.S., NCJ 173935. $29.50 (U.S.), $33.00 (Canada &
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Crime Control, the Police, and Culture Wars: Race, the Police, and “Reasonable Suspicion.”
Broken Windows and Cultural Pluralism. Kennedy, R. NCJ 168967. $29.50 (U.S.),
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Crime, the Media, and Our Public Discourse.


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INDEX OF KEYWORDS
Accountability 12 Child protection 11, 13, 15, 34, 44

ADAM (Arrestee Drug Abuse Monitoring) 27 Children of inmates 6, 9

ADAM/DUF (Arrestee Drug Abuse China 21


Monitoring/Drug Use Forecasting) 20, 27, 30,
31, 45 Civil rights 4, 14, 20, 42

Addiction 23 Cocaine 27, 28, 30

Aftercare 5–8 Community courts 12, 23

Afterschool programs 17 Community crime prevention 3, 4, 13, 15, 16, 22,


30, 33, 45, 46
Alternative dispute settlement 13, 20
Community policing 3, 4, 22, 23, 33, 34, 36
Alternative sanctions 7, 11, 24
Community policing history 3
Alternatives to incarceration 7, 11
Community policing program descriptions 3
Alternatives to institutionalization 7, 9, 24, 25
Community services 8
Americans With Disabilities Act 5, 20, 23, 37
Community-based corrections 5–7, 11
Arrest and apprehension 4
Computer mapping 37, 41
Arson 41
Computer software 6, 24, 34, 40, 41
Assassination 35
Computer-related crime 25, 37–40
Author identification 23
Computers 3, 21, 37, 41
Auto theft 34
Concealed weapons 23, 40, 41
Body armor 36, 37, 40
Conflict resolution 15, 45
Boot camps 5–8, 23, 25
Congress 22, 26
Bullet-resistant barriers 37, 41
Construction costs 10
Byrne Formula Grant Program 22
Controlled access to building facilities 11
Case studies 10, 30, 34, 47
Corporate crime 12, 40
Caseload management 6, 7, 11, 13, 18, 31
Correctional facilities 5, 8, 10, 18, 19, 25, 28, 31
Caseweighting systems 11
Correctional facility interior design 10
Change management 3, 12
Correctional industries 6, 7, 9, 24, 25
Child abuse 13, 15, 24, 34, 39, 42–46

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Corrections costs 6–10, 13, 20, 25, 26 Direct supervision 10

Corrections planning 10 DNA 11, 20, 23, 25, 37, 39–41

Corrections policies 7, 19 Domestic assault 11, 14, 31, 44, 45

Corrections staff training 6, 7 Domestic violence 41

Court costs 11, 26 Drug courts 11–13, 23

Court management 11, 12, 24, 45 Drug detection 22, 24, 27, 28

Court orders 11, 42 Drug law enforcement 3, 20–22, 24, 26, 31, 32,
34, 35, 46, 47
Court reorganization 11, 12
Drug offenders 5, 7, 11, 13, 15, 18, 24, 27–31,
Court security 11 45, 46
Courts 8, 12–14, 23, 24, 30, 33, 36, 40 Drug treatment programs 5, 6, 8, 11, 13, 15, 24,
Crack cocaine 22, 25, 30–32 25, 27, 30–32

Crime Act 8, 20, 22–24 DUF (Drug Use Forecasting) 23–25, 27–29

Crime analysis 4, 20, 21, 27–29, 33, 36, 40, 41, Elderly people 16
45, 46 Electronic monitoring 5, 6, 9, 12, 24, 25
Crime prevention planning 15–17, 24, 26, 35 Employment 22, 24
Crime scene search 33 Employment services 5, 8
Criminal behavior 20, 25 Environmental offenses 12, 13, 34
Criminal court 11 Equipment evaluation 33, 35–41
Criminal justice associations 33 Escape 10, 13
Criminal sanctions 13 European countries 46
Cycle of violence 15, 25, 44 Evaluations 3, 4, 6–8, 15, 16, 20, 21, 23, 26, 31,
Dangerous offenders 13, 45–47 33, 34, 36, 38, 39, 44

D.A.R.E.® (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) 30 Evidence 11, 36, 38–40

Data collection 32 Ex-offenders 5, 7, 8

Data Resources Program 21 Exclusionary rule 33

Day fines 11, 12, 14 Explosives detection 40, 41

Day treatment 5, 12 Families 25

Delinquency prevention 15, 16, 24 Family violence 23, 44, 45

Deterrence 8, 9, 13, 23, 28, 30 Fear of crime 4, 22, 24, 30, 33

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Federal aid 7, 10, 15, 20, 21, 23–25, 30, 32, 38, History of policing 3, 4
41, 44, 47
HIV/AIDS 7, 8, 18, 19, 24, 30, 31
Federal Bureau of Prisons 6, 10
Homeless people 35
Federal sentencing guidelines 12, 24
Homicide 15, 33, 34, 45–47
Fees 8, 9, 13
Hot spots 35, 43
Fellowships and scholarships 20, 24
Illegal immigration 23, 40
Fines 12, 13, 25
Illicit chemicals 30
Fingerprints 25, 37, 39
Illicit firearms 20, 45
Firearms 43, 44
Immigrants 42
Fires 21
Imprisonment 7, 8
First offenders 8, 12
Incarceration 8
Foot patrols 3, 4, 36
Indigents 13
Foreign police 3, 4, 35
Information sources 21, 23, 24, 26, 33, 38–41
Forensic science 11, 20, 24, 25, 36, 38–41
Inmate classification 6, 9
Fraud control 15, 23, 42
Inmate vocational training 6–9
Funding of prison construction 10
Inmates 5, 8, 9, 10, 25, 31, 32
Gangs 7, 13, 15, 16, 20–22, 25, 32–34, 44–46
Intensive supervision 6, 7, 12
Germany 11, 46
Interagency cooperation 15, 16, 24, 25, 31, 32,
Graduated sanctions 12 34, 35, 41

Guardians 42 Intermediate sanctions 5–7, 11, 12, 25

Gun ownership 45 Internet 38, 41

Gunshot detection technology 41 Interoperability 40, 41

Hallucinogens 32 Interrogations 24, 41

Handcuffs 39 Jail management 6, 7, 8

Handguns 3, 11, 33, 41, 45 Jail renovation bond issues 10

Hate crimes 14, 21 Judges 8, 11–14

Health care 15 Juvenile court 11, 25

Heroin 30, 32 Juvenile court waiver 12

Hispanics 16 Juvenile record confidentiality 14

SEVENTH EDITION 65 1987–1998


T h e N I J P u b l i c a t i o n s C a t a l o g

Juvenile witnesses 25, 42, 43 Organized crime 22, 34

Juveniles 5, 6, 8, 12, 15, 18, 20, 22–25, 27–30, Pepper spray 21, 40
33, 44–47
Police accountability 4, 34, 36
Labor markets 22
Police attitudes 4, 35
Legislation 12, 14, 16, 26, 40, 42, 44, 46
Police-citizen interactions 3, 4, 35, 44
Less-than-lethal technology 24, 40, 41
Police community relations programs 3, 4, 22,
Life skills 6–8 34, 36

Mandatory sentencing 12, 14 Police compensation 35

Mediation 13 Police discretion 4, 31

Mental disabilities and corrections 5, 7 Police equipment 33, 35, 37, 40, 41

Mentally ill offenders 7, 22, 35, 45 Police family issues 33, 34

Methamphetamine 29, 31, 32 Police interview 42

Minorities 21, 25 Police management 3, 4, 25, 33–36

Missing children 25 Police manpower 34

Model programs 3 Police manpower deployment 4, 25, 34, 35

Money laundering 22 Police-minority relations 4

National drug policy 25 Police organizational structure 4, 33, 34

National Institute of Justice (NIJ) 6, 10, 20–22, Police policies and procedures 4, 18, 19, 29–31,
24–26, 30, 31, 34, 35, 38, 40, 46 33–36, 38, 42, 46

National Law Enforcement and Corrections Police professionalism 3, 34, 35


Technology Center (NLECTC) 35, 36, 39–41
Police recruit training 3, 33, 35
Neighborhood justice centers 13
Police reform 3, 4, 35
New Zealand 45
Police resource allocation 4, 32, 33, 43
NIJ Standards 37–41
Police vehicles 37–39
Nonlethal weapons 35
Policing innovations 3, 4, 23–25, 30, 31, 33,
Observational studies 3 41, 46

Off-duty police 35 Positional asphyxia 35, 41

Offenders 23, 42 Postrelease programs 5–7

Operation Weed and Seed 23 Posttraumatic Stress Disorder 42

SEVENTH EDITION 66 1987–1998


T h e N I J P u b l i c a t i o n s C a t a l o g

Pretrial misconduct 29 Pursuits 33, 35, 36, 38

Prison conditions 10 Racial discrimination 4, 8

Prison construction 8, 10, 13 Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organization


(RICO) Act 34
Prison costs 10
Rape 42–44
Prison crowding 5–10, 20
Reactions to crime 4, 42
Prison health care 7, 41
Recidivism 9, 29
Prison riots 8, 41
Records management 6, 24
Prison security 10
Research 8, 9, 13, 16, 20–26, 29–31, 34, 36, 40,
Private police 16, 35 41, 43–46
Privatization of corrections 5, 7, 10 Research centers 33
Proactive police units 4 Restitution 12
Probation 23, 28 Restorative justice 23
Probation/parole 6, 7, 12–14, 18, 25, 29 Restraining orders 11
Problem-oriented policing 3, 4, 24, 25, 34 Revocation 13
Product lists 39, 40 Rural crime 36
Program descriptions 4 Rural policing 33, 36
Program evaluations 6, 20, 24, 30 Schools 3, 15, 20, 24, 25, 30, 38, 43–45, 47
Program implementation 3, 24 Search warrants 33
Property offenses 12 Security 5, 8, 16, 39–41, 46
Prosecution 11–14, 23, 35, 39, 40, 43 Sentencing 7–9, 11–14, 20, 25
Protection of public figures 35 Sex offenders 3, 7, 16, 42
Psychologists 36 Sexual harassment 42
Public attitudes toward corrections 11 Shock incarceration programs 5–8, 23
Public attitudes toward crime 4 Smart cards 23
Public defenders 13 Social services 12, 35, 42, 43
Public health 5, 7, 17, 45–47 Solicitations 23–25
Public housing 15, 23, 31 Special investigating units 13, 37
Public safety 3, 23, 41 Spouse abuse treatment 44

SEVENTH EDITION 67 1987–1998


T h e N I J P u b l i c a t i o n s C a t a l o g

Stalkers 14, 16, 44, 46 Victims 11, 13, 22, 24, 25, 31, 34, 42–47

State courts 11 Video surveillance systems 41

STD’s 7, 18 Violence 6, 11, 13–16, 22, 33, 34, 44–47

Subways 16 Violence against women 44, 47

Suicide 45, 47 Violence Against Women Act 14, 44, 47

Technology assessment 20, 37, 38, 40, 41 Violent offenders 25, 45

Terrorism 23, 46 Volunteer programs 33, 43

Three-strikes laws 14 Wardens 7, 9

Transporting prisoners 11 Weapon offenses 43–45

Trial court administrators 12 Witness intimidation 45

Tuberculosis 5, 7, 8 Witnesses 24, 43

U.S. Supreme Court 33 Women 6, 9, 14, 23, 30, 33, 44–47

Use of force 26, 33, 35, 36 Work release 5, 7, 9

Victim identification 33, 37 Youthful offenders 11, 12, 46

SEVENTH EDITION 68 1987–1998


About the National Institute of Justice

The National Institute of Justice (NIJ), a component of the Office of Justice Programs, is the research agency of
the U.S. Department of Justice. Created by the Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968, as amended,
NIJ is authorized to support research, evaluation, and demonstration programs, development of technology, and
both national and international information dissemination. Specific mandates of the Act direct NIJ to:
● Sponsor special projects, and research and development programs, that will improve and strengthen the
criminal justice system and reduce or prevent crime.
● Conduct national demonstration projects that employ innovative or promising approaches for improving
criminal justice.
● Develop new technologies to fight crime and improve criminal justice.
● Evaluate the effectiveness of criminal justice programs and identify programs that promise to be successful if
continued or repeated.
● Recommend actions that can be taken by Federal, State, and local governments as well as by private organizations
to improve criminal justice.
● Carry out research on criminal behavior.
● Develop new methods of crime prevention and reduction of crime and delinquency.

In recent years, NIJ has greatly expanded its initiatives, the result of the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement
Act of 1994 (the Crime Act), partnerships with other Federal agencies and private foundations, advances in
technology, and a new international focus. Some examples of these new initiatives:
● New research and evaluation are exploring key issues in community policing, violence against women, sentencing
reforms, and specialized courts such as drug courts.
● Dual-use technologies are being developed to support national defense and local law enforcement needs.
● The causes, treatment, and prevention of violence against women and violence within the family are being
investigated in cooperation with several agencies of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
● NIJ’s links with the international community are being strengthened through membership in the United Nations
network of criminological institutes; participation in developing the U.N. Criminal Justice Information Network;
initiation of UNOJUST (U.N. Online Justice Clearinghouse), which electronically links the institutes to the
U.N. network; and establishment of an NIJ International Center.
● The NIJ-administered criminal justice information clearinghouse, the world’s largest, has improved its
online capability.
● The Institute’s Drug Use Forecasting (DUF) program has been expanded and enhanced. Renamed ADAM
(Arrestee Drug Abuse Monitoring), the program will increase the number of drug-testing sites, and its role
as a “platform” for studying drug-related crime will grow.
● NIJ’s new Crime Mapping Research Center will provide training in computer mapping technology, collect and
archive geocoded crime data, and develop analytic software.
● The Institute’s program of intramural research has been expanded and enhanced.

The Institute Director, who is appointed by the President and confirmed by the Senate, establishes the Institute’s
objectives, guided by the priorities of the Office of Justice Programs, the Department of Justice, and the needs of
the criminal justice field. The Institute actively solicits the views of criminal justice professionals and researchers
in the continuing search for answers that inform public policymaking in crime and justice.