Alaska Supreme Court
police use of force
search & seizure
Village Police Officers (VPO)
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AbstractThe February 1979 issue of the Alaska Justice Forum features an article summarizing findings of an evaluation of the Alaska Department of Public Safety's Village Police Training Program; a review of Charles Silberman's 1978 book Criminal Violence, Criminal Justice; and a summary of a petition for review in the case of State v. Sundberg involving the (nonfatal) police shooting of a suspect running from the scene of a burglary. Also included are digests of recent Alaska Supreme Court opinions, points brought up in criminal appeals cases, and criminal justice bills proposed in the Alaska State Legislature.
DescriptionThe report discussed in the article "Village Police Training" is "Alaska Village Police Training: An Assessment and Recommendations" by John E. Angell (1978) (https://scholarworks.alaska.edu/handle/11122/4153).
Table of Contents"Village Police Training" / "Book Review: Criminal Violence, Criminal Justice" by John Havelock / "Petition for Review: State v. Sundberg" / "Opinions of Note" / "Points on Appeal" / "New Telephone Numbers" / "Justice Training Calendar" / "Proposed Legislation"
SourceAlaska Justice Forum
PublisherCriminal Justice Center, University of Alaska Anchorage
CitationAlaska Justice Forum 3(2), February 1979
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