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Title: ADMINISTRATION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE - A VIEW FROM BLACK AMERICA
Corporate Author: Howard University
United States of America
Editor(s): L P BROWN
Date Published: 1974
Page Count: 61
Sponsoring Agency: District of Columbia Office of Criminal Justice Plans and Analysis
Washington, DC 20005
Howard University
Washington, DC 20001
US Dept of Justice
Grant Number: 73-14; 71-CD-300
Publication Number: OCCASIONAL PAPER V 2, N 2
Document: PDF
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: PROMINENT BLACK JUDGES, POLICE ADMINISTRATORS, CORRECTIONS COMMISSIONERS, AND PAROLE BOARD MEMBERS SPEAK OUT ON THE INEQUITIES AND NEEDS OF THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM IN RELATION TO BLACK PEOPLE.
Abstract: THESE SPEECHES WERE DELIVERED PRIOR TO A QUESTION AND ANSWER WORKSHOP PERIOD. THE SPEAKERS INCLUDED BENJAMIN WARD (DEPUTY COMMISSIONER FOR COMMUNITY AFFAIRS OF THE NEW YORK CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT), TILMON O'BRYANT (ASSISTANT CHIEF FOR FIELD OPERATIONS OF THE WASHINGTON, D.C. METROPOLITAN POLICE DEPARTMENT), JOHN O. BOONE (COMMISSIONER OF THE MASSACHUSETTS DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS), LEONARD R. MCCONNELL (SENIOR MEMBER OF THE PAROLE BOARD FOR THE STATE OF MICHIGAN), JUDGE GEORGE CROCKETT, JR. OF THE DETROIT RECORDERS COURT, AND JUDGE HARRY T. ALEXANDER OF D.C. SUPERIOR COURT.
Index Term(s): Black/African Americans; Criminal justice system policy; Criminal justice system reform; Public Opinion of Corrections; Public Opinion of the Courts; Racial discrimination
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