KeywordAlaska Criminal Justice Working Group (CJWG)
alcohol & alcohol abuse
justice agency funding
McLaughlin Youth Center (MYC)
sex offender treatment program (SOTP)
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AbstractThe Spring 2010 issue of the Alaska Justice Forum features articles on juvenile sex offenders, housing for chronic inebriates, justice projects in Alaska funded through Recovery Act funds, and the Alaska Prisoner Re-entry Task Force.
Table of Contents"Sex Offenders in the Alaska Juvenile Justice System" by André B. Rosay and Ronald S. Everett / "A Look at Chronic Inebriate Housing in Seattle" by Sharon Chamard / "Proposed Housing First in Anchorage" by Barbara Armstrong / "Recovery Act Funds: Justice Projects in Alaska" / "Alaska Prisoner Re-Entry Task Force" by Teresa White Carns / "Faculty Changes"
SourceAlaska Justice Forum
PublisherJustice Center, University of Alaska Anchorage
CitationAlaska Justice Forum 27(1), Spring 2010
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