fugitive? Can Civil Gang Injunctions Change


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Response (Wanda Richardson) - 10/25/2010 10:01 AM
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Customer (Ben Amata) - 10/20/2010 03:06 PM
see http://www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/nij/grants/208345.pdf

Can civil gang injunctions change communities?
                    a community assessment of the impact of civil gang
                    injunctions /

                    Cheryl Lee Maxson
                    2004 English  Internet Resource  Computer File
                    xvi, 55 p. : ill., map, digital PDF [Washington, DC]
: U.S. Dept. of
                    Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office of
Juvenile Justice and
                    Delinquency Prevention,

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                    http://www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/nij/grants/208345.pdf
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Title:              Can civil gang injunctions change communities?
                    a community assessment of the impact of civil gang
                    injunctions /
Author(s):          Maxson, Cheryl Lee.
Corp Author(s):     United States.; Office of Juvenile Justice and
                    Delinquency Prevention.
Publication:        [Washington, DC] : U.S. Dept. of Justice, Office of
                    Justice Programs, Office of Juvenile Justice and
Delinquency Prevention,
Year:               2004
Description:        xvi, 55 p. : ill., map, digital PDF
Language:           English
Access:             Note:               View online
                    http://www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/nij/grants/208345.pdf
SUBJECT(S)
Descriptor:         Gangs -- California -- San Bernadino.
                    Gang prevention -- California -- San Bernadino.
Note(s):            Title from PDF title page (viewed July 29, 2010)./
                    "April 2004."/ "Document no.: 208345"-- grant
transmittal letter/ "Date
                    received: January 2005"--grant transmittal letter/
"Award number:
                    98-IJ-CX-0038"--grant transmittal letter/ Includes
bibliographical
                    references (p. 9-11).
Responsibility:     Cheryl L. Maxson, [et al..].
Material Type:      Document (dct); Internet resource (url)
Document Type:      Internet Resource; Computer File
Date of Entry:      20100729
Update:             20100729
Accession No:       OCLC:               650900257
Database:           WorldCat


Question Reference #101020-000079
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    Category Level 1: Federal Depository Libraries
    Category Level 2: Fugitive publications/LostDocs
        Date Created: 10/20/2010 03:06 PM
        Last Updated: 10/25/2010 10:01 AM
              Status: Solved
          First Name: ben
           Last Name: amata
 Agency/Company Name: calif state univ sacramento
        Phone Number: 
Depository Library #: 0055A


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