fugitive? Police response to gangs a multi-state study

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Response (Wanda Richardson) - 10/25/2010 09:59 AM
Hello Ben,

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Customer (Ben Amata) - 10/20/2010 03:01 PM
see http://www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/nij/grants/205003.pdf

Police response to gangs
                    a multi-state study /

                    Charles M Katz
                    2004 English  Internet Resource  Computer File
                    Washington, D.C. : Department of Criminal Justice and
                    Arizona State University West,

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Title:              Police response to gangs
                    a multi-state study /
Author(s):          Katz, Charles M.
Corp Author(s):     Webb, Vincent J. ; Arizona State University.; Dept.
                    of Criminal Justice and Criminology.
Publication:        Washington, D.C. : Department of Criminal Justice
                    and Criminology, Arizona State University West,
Year:               2004
Language:           English
Descriptor:         Gangs -- Southwestern States -- Case studies.
                    Gang prevention -- Southwestern States -- Case
                    Police administration -- Southwestern States --
                    Case studies.
                    Community policing -- Southwestern States -- Case
System Info:        System requirements: Internet browser and Adobe
                    Acrobat reader.; Mode of access: Internet. Address as
of 04/23/05:
File Info:          Electronic data.; Text (PDF format).
Note(s):            Title from PDF title page, last viewed on April 23,
                    2005./ "This research report was funded by the
National Institute of
                    Justice, Grant No. 1998-IJ-CX-0078."/ "Data for the
study were gathered
                    from four communities in the southwestern region of
the United States:
                    Albuquerque, New Mexico; Inglewood, California; Las
Vegas, Nevada; and
                    Phoenix, Arizona."-- P. v./ "December 2003"
Responsibility:     prepared for the National Institute of Justice by
                    Charles M. Katz, Vincent J. Webb.
Material Type:      Document (dct); Government publication (gpb);
                    National government publication (ngp); Internet
resource (url)
Document Type:      Internet Resource; Computer File
Date of Entry:      20050429
Update:             20050429
Accession No:       OCLC:               59820858
Database:           WorldCat

Question Reference #101020-000078
    Category Level 1: Federal Depository Libraries
    Category Level 2: Fugitive publications/LostDocs
        Date Created: 10/20/2010 03:01 PM
        Last Updated: 10/25/2010 09:59 AM
              Status: Solved
          First Name: ben
           Last Name: amata
 Agency/Company Name: calif state univ sacramento
        Phone Number: 916 278 5672
Depository Library #: 0055A


Editor’s Note: A record matching this item was created in the Catalog of Government Publications on October 25, 2010, five days after this report to GPO.

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