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NCJ Number: 32682 Find in a Library
Title: COMING BREAKDOWN OF OUR CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM
Journal: SKEPTIC  Issue:4  Dated:(NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 1974)  Pages:56-59
Author(s): L T WILKINS
Corporate Author: Forum for Contemporary History
United States of America
Date Published: 1974
Page Count: 4
Sponsoring Agency: Forum for Contemporary History
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: A BREAKDOWN IN OUR CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM IS PREDICTED BY THE YEAR 2000 IF WE CONTINUE TO RESPOND TO SYSTEMIC PROBLEMS WITH A 'MORE-OF-THE-SAME' POLICY AND TO IGNORE SOCIAL ILLS AS EVILS IN THEMSELVES.
Abstract: THE AUTHOR CALLS FOR MORE EVALUATIVE FEEDBACK FOR MORE ENLIGHTENED PLANNING. EVIDENCE OF THE 'MORE-OF-THE-SAME' POLICY'S EXISTENCE, HE STATES, MAY BE FOUND IN THE SUPPORTING STATEMENTS MADE BY ANY CRIMINAL JUSTICE AGENCY THAT ACCOMPANY BUDGET REQUESTS.
Index Term(s): Criminal justice system policy; Evaluation; Future trends; Planning; Policy
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