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NCJ Number: 41292 Find in a Library
Title: NEBRASKA COMMISSION ON LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE - LAW ENFORCEMENT FILM LIBRARY - EVALUATION REPORT, OCTOBER, 1975
Author(s): B W MILLER
Date Published: 1975
Page Count: 32
Sponsoring Agency: Nebraska Cmssn on Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice
Lincoln, NE 68509
Type: Program/Project Evaluation
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: EVALUATION OF A FILM LIBRARY PROJECT ESTABLISHED TO AID IN TRAINING POLICE OFFICERS AND TO PROVIDE FILMS FOR OFFICERS TO USE WITH THE PUBLIC WHEN THEY ARE ASKED TO ACT AS CRIMINAL JUSTICE RESOURCE PERSONS.
Abstract: THE LAW ENFORCEMENT FILM LIBRARY HAS BEEN OPERATING ON A GRANT SINCE JUNE 1971. THE PURPOSE OF THIS EVALUATION WAS NOT TO DETERMINE THE QUALITY OF CONTENT OF THE FILMS, BUT TO DETERMINE IF THE FILMS HAVE BEEN USEFUL TO LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES, IF THEY HAVE BEEN USED BY COUNTY ATTORNEYS, AND IF THE DELIVERY SYSTEM IS ADEQUATE. THE REPORT IS DIVIDED INTO THE FOLLOWING THREE PARTS: ACQUISITION AND USE OF THE FILMS, THE DELIVERY SYSTEM, AND CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS. THE APPENDICES CONTAIN INFORMATION ON FUNDING AND A LIST OF FILMS PURCHASED. (AUTHOR ABSTRACT)...KAP
Index Term(s): Films; Libraries; Nebraska; Police community relations; Program evaluation; Training equipment
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