KeywordAlaska Department of Corrections
Alaska Judicial Council
Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS)
justice system employment
justice system expenditures
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AbstractThe Winter 2007 issue of the Alaska Justice Forum presents articles on Alaska justice system operating expenses (FY 1984–2006), a review essay of a recent book about terrorism and the constitution, a study by the Alaska Judicial Council of offender recidivism in Alaska, and U.S. and Alaska incarceration rates in 2005.
Table of Contents"Justice System Operating Expenditures" / "Review Essay—Terrorism and the Constitution: Security, Civil Rights, and the War on Terror" by John Riley / "Offender Recidivism Figures" / "U.S. and Alaska Incarceration Rates: Prisoners in 2005"
SourceAlaska Justice Forum
PublisherJustice Center, University of Alaska Anchorage
CitationAlaska Justice Forum 23(4), Winter 2007
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