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NCJ Number: 35653 Find in a Library
Title: HOW TO MEASURE THE QUALITY OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE IN YOUR COMMUNITY - STORY IDEAS FOR JOURNALISTS
Author(s): S JACOBSEN
Date Published: Unknown
Page Count: 33
Sponsoring Agency: American Bar Assoc.
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National Institute of Justice/
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US Dept of Justice
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Grant Number: 75-DF-99-0062
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Language: English
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Annotation: THIS BROCHURE SUGGESTS A FEW JOURNALISTIC STORY IDEAS AND QUESTIONS BASED ON AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION AND NATIONAL ADVISORY COMMISSION CRIMINAL JUSTICE STANDARDS.
Abstract: THE BROCHURE IS DIVIDED INTO TOPICAL AREAS, EACH OF WHICH IS SUBDIVIDED INTO THREE PARTS: A DESCRIPTION OF THE SPECIFIC STANDARD, STORY IDEAS FOR BOTH SHORT AND LONG RANGE PROJECTS COMPARING EXISTING PRACTICES WITH THAT STANDARD, AND QUESTIONS TO ASK IN PREPARING THE STORY. FOR OTHER BROCHURES DEALING WITH STANDARD IMPLEMENTATION, SEE NCJ-35326 35647-35652.
Index Term(s): ABA criminal justice standards; National Advisory Committee Criminal Justice Standards and Goals
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