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Measuring public perceptions of appropriate prison sentences

fugitive Measuring Public Perceptions of Appropriate prison sentences


Discussion Thread
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Response (Wanda Richardson) - 11/09/2010 07:43 AM
Hello Ben,

Thank you for bringing the publication " Measuring public perceptions of appropriate prison sentences :  executive summary " to our attention.  We have begun the process of putting this publication into the FDLP program.  Thank you for using ask GPO and for your continued support of the Federal Depository Library Program.  If you need additional assistance, please feel free to contact us again.

Wanda Richardson
Contract Acquisitions Specialist
Library Services and Content Management
U.S. Government Printing Office
North Capitol & H Sts. NW
Washington, DC 20401



Customer (Ben Amata) - 11/04/2010 08:22 PM
see http://www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/nij/grants/199364.pdf

Measuring public perceptions of appropriate prison sentences :
                     executive summary /

                     Mark A Cohen;  Roland T Rust;  Sara Steen
                     2002 English  Book  Internet Resource 1
                     electronic text (37 p.) : PDF file.

Access:              
                     http://www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/nij/grants/199364.pdf
Availability:        Check the catalogs in your library. Libraries
                     worldwide that own item: 1 Search the catalog at California State
                     University, Sacramento
External Resources:   Cite This Item
Find Items About:    National Criminal Justice Reference Service
                     (U.S.)78
Title:               Measuring public perceptions of appropriate prison
                     sentences :
                     executive summary /
Author(s):           Cohen, Mark A.
                     Rust, Roland T.
                     Steen, Sara.
Corp Author(s):      National Criminal Justice Reference Service (U.S.)
Year:                2002
Description:         1 electronic text (37 p.) : PDF file.
Language:            English
Access:              
                     http://www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/nij/grants/199364.pdf Materials
                     specified: online version
SUBJECT(S)
Descriptor:          Prison sentences -- United States -- Public
                     opinion.
                     Crime prevention -- United States -- Public
                     opinion.
Note(s):             Title from cover sheet./ "This report has not been
                     published by the U.S. Department of Justice [...] NCJRS has made this
                     Federally-funded grant final report available" (cover sheet)./ "October
                     2002."/ "Award number: 1999-CE-VX-0001"./ Includes bibliographic
                     references (p. 36-37)./ ALSO include an 007 FOR THE PDF/ Reproduction: 
                     Printout./ [Milton, Mass. :/ Levin Library, Curry College,/ 2008]
Class Descriptors:    LC: HV8708
Responsibility:      Mark A. Cohen, Roland T. Rust, Sara Steen.
Material Type:       Internet resource (url)
Document Type:       Book; Internet Resource
Date of Entry:       20090414
Update:              20090414
Accession No:        OCLC:                318461154
Database:            WorldCat


Question Reference #101104-000078
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    Category Level 1: Federal Depository Libraries
    Category Level 2: Fugitive publications/LostDocs
        Date Created: 11/04/2010 08:22 PM
        Last Updated: 11/09/2010 07:43 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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Editor's Note: Until we confirm that this item has a record in the Catalog of Government Publications (CGP), we will list its status as "pending."



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Report on Sexual Victimization in Juvenile Correction Facilities

fugitive database: Report on Sexual Victimization in Juvenile Correction
Facilities


Discussion Thread
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Response (Wanda Richardson) - 10/25/2010 10:12 AM
Hello Ben,


Thank you for bringing the publication " Review Panel on Prison Rape
Report on Sexual Victimization in Juvenile Correctional Facilities" to
our attention.  We have begun the process of putting this publication
into the FDLP program.  Thank you for using ask GPO and for your
continued support of the Federal Depository Library Program.  If you need
additional assistance, please feel free to contact us again.

Wanda Richardson
Contract Acquisitions Specialist
Library Services and Content Management
U.S. Government Printing Office
North Capitol & H Sts. NW
Washington, DC 20401


Customer (Ben Amata) - 10/21/2010 07:54 PM
see http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/reviewpanel/pdfs/panel_report_101014.pdf

The Department of Justice's Review Panel on Prison Rape has released its
Report on Sexual Victimization in Juvenile Correction Facilities. 

In compliance with the Prison Rape Elimination Act of 2003, the Review
Panel conducted public hearings and gathered data based on the survey
described in the Bureau of Justice Statistics report Sexual Victimization
in Juvenile Facilities Reported by Youth, 2008-09.

The Review Panel's report provides observations and recommendations to
assist practitioners and advocates in preventing sexual victimization in
the nation's juvenile correctional facilities.


Question Reference #101021-000107
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    Category Level 1: Federal Depository Libraries
    Category Level 2: Fugitive publications/LostDocs
        Date Created: 10/21/2010 07:54 PM
        Last Updated: 10/25/2010 10:12 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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Editor's Note: Until we verify that this item has a publicly visible record in the Catalog of Government Publications, we'll classify it as found/fugitive document.

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Police Use of Domestic Violence Information Systems

fugitive?  Police Use of Domestic Violence Information Systems


Discussion Thread
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Response (Wanda Richardson) - 10/25/2010 10:03 AM
Hello Ben,

Thank you for bringing the publication " Police Use of Domestic Violence
Information Systems, Final Report.  We have begun the process of putting
this publication into the FDLP program.  Thank you for using ask GPO and
for your continued support of the Federal Depository Library Program.  If
you need additional assistance, please feel free to contact us again.

Wanda Richardson
Contract Acquisitions Specialist
Library Services and Content Management
U.S. Government Printing Office
North Capitol & H Sts. NW
Washington, DC 20401

Customer (Ben Amata) - 10/20/2010 03:21 PM
see http://www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/nij/grants/182435.pdf


Question Reference #101020-000080
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    Category Level 1: Federal Depository Libraries
    Category Level 2: Fugitive publications/LostDocs
        Date Created: 10/20/2010 03:21 PM
        Last Updated: 10/25/2010 10:03 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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Editor's Note: Until we verify that this item has a publicly visible record in the Catalog of Government Publications, we'll classify it as found/fugitive document.

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Teenagers in the United States:Sexual Activity, Contraceptive Use, and Childbearing

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fugitive Teenagers in the United States:Sexual Activity, Contraceptive
Use, and Childbearing, National Survey of Family Growth 2006-2008


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Response (Wanda Richardson) - 10/28/2010 02:41 PM
Hello Ben,

Thank you for bringing the publication " Teenagers in the United
States:Sexual Activity, Contraceptive Use, and Childbearing, National
Survey of Family Growth 2006-2008 " to our attention.  We have begun the
process of putting this publication into the FDLP program.  Thank you for
using ask GPO and for your continued support of the Federal Depository
Library Program.  If you need additional assistance, please feel free to
contact us again.

Wanda Richardson
Contract Acquisitions Specialist
Library Services and Content Management
U.S. Government Printing Office
North Capitol & H Sts. NW
Washington, DC 20401


Customer (Ben Amata) - 10/26/2010 06:05 PM
already in the pipeline for distribution?
see http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/series/sr_23/sr23_030.pdf

Teenagers in the United States:Sexual Activity, Contraceptive Use, and
Childbearing, National Survey of Family Growth 2006-2008
(National Center for Health Statistics, June 2010) 
This report presents national estimates of sexual activity, contraceptive
use, and births among males and females 15-19 years of age in the United
States in 2006-2008 from the National Survey of Family Growth (NSFG).
As previous data showed, having first sex at a younger age within the
teen years is associated with more negative circumstances and
consequences. Females who were younger at first sex are more likely to
report it was unwanted; both females and males who were younger at first
sex are more likely to accumulate higher numbers of sexual partners and
have more partners within a recent time frame.


Question Reference #101026-000101
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    Category Level 1: Federal Depository Libraries
    Category Level 2: Fugitive publications/LostDocs
        Date Created: 10/26/2010 06:05 PM
        Last Updated: 10/28/2010 02:41 PM
              Status: Solved
          First Name: ben
           Last Name: amata
 Agency/Company Name: calif state univ sacramento
        Phone Number: 
Depository Library #: 0055A


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Reconsidering Domestic Violence Recidivism

fugitive? Reconsidering Domestic Violence Recidivism


Discussion Thread
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Response (Wanda Richardson) - 10/25/2010 10:04 AM
Hello Ben,

Thank you for bringing the publication " Thank you for bringing the
publication " Police Use of Domestic Violence Information Systems, Final
Report.  We have begun the process of putting this publication into the
FDLP program.  Thank you for using ask GPO and for your continued support
of the Federal Depository Library Program.  If you need additional
assistance, please feel free to contact us again.


Wanda Richardson
Contract Acquisitions Specialist
Library Services and Content Management
U.S. Government Printing Office
North Capitol & H Sts. NW
Washington, DC 20401

Customer (Ben Amata) - 10/20/2010 03:27 PM
see http://www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/nij/grants/188509.pdf


Question Reference #101020-000081
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    Category Level 1: Federal Depository Libraries
    Category Level 2: Fugitive publications/LostDocs
        Date Created: 10/20/2010 03:27 PM
        Last Updated: 10/25/2010 10:04 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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Office of Justice Programs fiscal year 2009 Annual Report

fugitive? Office of Justice Programs fiscal year 2009 Annual Report


Discussion Thread
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Response (Wanda Richardson) - 10/28/2010 04:26 PM
Hello Ben,

Thank you for bringing "Office of Justice Programs fiscal year 2009
Annual Report" to our attention, I will start the process of putting this
publication into the FDLP Program, also I will search for previous
issues.  Thank you for using askGPO and for your continued support of the
Federal Depository Library Program.  If you need additional assistance,
please feel free to contact us again.


Wanda Richardson
Contract Acquisitions Specialist
Library Services and Content Management
U.S. Government Printing Office
North Capitol & H Sts. NW
Washington, DC 20401



Customer (Ben Amata) - 10/27/2010 04:36 PM
see: http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/newsroom/pdfs/09_ojp_annual_report.pdf

i don't find this cataloged nor do i find earlier reports.

"Fiscal year 2009 was a watershed for the Office of Justice Programs
(OJP). A new President and a new Attorney General took office during a
recession that threatened vital public safety services in many
communities. With funding from the American Recovery and Reinvestment
Act, OJP was able to help law enforcement departments, victim assistance
organizations, and other criminal and juvenile justice agencies hire and
retain staff. This funding, as well as funds from fiscal year 2009
appropriations, allowed OJP to make more than twice the number of grants
awarded in the previous fiscal year, exponentially increasing the
assistance provided to communities across the country.

Through a series of listening sessions and regular consultations with our
partners in the field, OJP reestablished important relationships with its
state, local, and tribal stakeholders. We also made great strides in
ensuring the central role of science in criminal and juvenile justice,
and launched a new Evidence Integration Initiative to help instill a
focus on data-driven approaches across the agency-and the field. One of
our primary goals was to ensure transparency and accountability in all
stages of the grants process. OJP is working to fulfill our duties to the
American taxpayers and our partners in the field through principles of
diligence, fairness, and openness.

The strong commitment of this Administration, this Department of Justice,
and OJP to the safety of America's communities should be evident in this
report. We are moving forward, and our momentum is strong."


Question Reference #101027-000080
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    Category Level 1: Federal Depository Libraries
    Category Level 2: Fugitive publications/LostDocs
        Date Created: 10/27/2010 04:36 PM
        Last Updated: 10/28/2010 04:26 PM
              Status: Solved
          First Name: ben
           Last Name: amata
 Agency/Company Name: calif state univ sacramento
        Phone Number: 
Depository Library #: 0055A


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Stratigraphic studies in southwestern Montana and adjacent Idaho

From: GPO Help
Sent: Thursday, September 16, 2010 2:00 PM
To:
Subject: USGS Professional Paper 1700 [Incident: 100916-000137]

Your question has been received. You should expect a response from us
within 24 hours.

Question Reference #100916-000137
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Summary: USGS Professional Paper 1700
Category Level 1: Federal Depository Libraries
Category Level 2: Fugitive publications/LostDocs
Date Created: 09/16/2010 03:59 PM
Last Updated: 09/16/2010 03:59 PM
Status: Open
First Name:
Last Name:
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Phone Number:
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Customer (Jennie Burroughs) – 09/16/2010 03:59 PM
This looks like a fugitive publication to me. A patron was asking
whether or not we had USGS Professional Paper 1700, Stratigraphic
studies in southwestern Montana and adjacent Idaho–lower Tertiary
Anaconda Conglomerate and Mesoproterozoic Gunsight Formation. I was
surprised to find that this 2005 publication was unavailable. It’s part
of an established series, it’s an agency that GPO works with
frequently–so it seems like a clear in-scope depository item to me.
It’s strange what falls through the cracks.

Here’s the information from the USGS Publications Warehouse:
http://pubs.er.usgs.gov/publication/pp1700

Why wasn’t this printed and distributed, or why is it still not
available digitally? Can depositories get access to this?

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Agingstats.gov

Editor’s Note: Here is another example of report plus response that we received recently:

-----Original Message-----
From: GPO Help [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: Tuesday, March 02, 2010 1:01 PM
To: Amata, Ben
Subject: fugitive database: agingstats.gov [Incident: 100225-000115]

Recently you requested personal assistance from our on-line support
center. Below is a summary of your request and our response.

If this issue is not resolved to your satisfaction, you may reopen it
within the next 7 days.

Thank you for allowing us to be of service to you.

You can also update your question online at the GPO Help by clicking
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fugitive database: agingstats.gov

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Response (Wanda Richardson) - 03/02/2010 04:00 PM
Hello Ben,

"Agingstats.gov" is a great source of information.  I have passed this
information on to the catalogers to see how this could be put in the FDLP
program.  the main source "Older Americans 2008: Key Indicators of
Well-Being" is a serial and will be brought in FDLP program.  Thank you
for bringing to our attention. Thank you for using askGPO and for your
continued support of the Federal Depository Library Program.  If you need
additional assistance, please feel free to contact us again.  

Thanks

Wanda Richardson
Contract Acquisitions Specialist
Library Services and Content Management
U.S. Government Printing Office
North Capitol & H Sts. NW
Washington, DC 20401

Customer (Ben Amata) - 02/25/2010 05:20 PM
I don't find that agingstats.gov a portal for agency data on aging has
been cataloged.  while technically not a publication, i believe it could
be very useful.

Should GPO catalog and distribute to FDLPs?

Question Reference #100225-000115
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 Category Level 1: Federal Depository Libraries
 Category Level 2: Fugitive publications/LostDocs
     Date Created: 02/25/2010 05:20 PM
     Last Updated: 03/02/2010 04:00 PM
           Status: Solved
     Phone Number:
     DEPLIBNUMBER: 0055A

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Bureau of Justice Statistics Reports

Editor’s Note: This is something a little different. This is a report of a completed lost docs transaction. Thought it would be nice to post the whole exchange since it was sent to us.

-----Original Message-----
From: GPO Help [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: Wednesday, February 24, 2010 2:16 PM
To: Leighton, H V
Subject: Fugitive BJS documents [Incident: 100223-000041]
Recently you requested personal assistance from our on-line support center. Below is a summary of your request and our response. If this issue is not resolved to your satisfaction, you may reopen it within the next 7 days. Thank you for allowing us to be of service to you. You can also update your question online at the GPO Help by clicking on the following link or by pasting it into your Web browser.
Discussion Thread ------- Response (Wanda Richardson) - 02/24/2010 03:16 PM Hello Vernon Leighton, Thank you for inquiring about "Bureau of Justice Statistics Reports" we are processing these publications for the FDLP program as EL only. Thank you for bringing to our attention. Thank you for using askGPO and for your continued support of the Federal Depository Library Program. If you need additional assistance, please feel free to contact us again. Wanda Richardson Contract Acquisitions Specialist Library Services and Content Management U.S. Government Printing Office North Capitol & H Sts. NW Washington, DC 20401
Customer (Vernon Leighton) - 02/23/2010 09:51 AM 

Hi GPO, I saw in the New York Review of Books a discussion of several Bureau of
Justice Statistics reports on sexual victimization in corrections facilities.
I cannot find any of them in CGP or in DD2's shipping list database of items
distributed to depositories. Please consider tracking these down and including
them in the depository program.
Vernon Leighton Sexual Victimization in Juvenile Facilities Reported by Youth, 2008-09
by Allen J. Beck, Paige M. Harrison, and Paul Guerino Bureau of Justice Statistics, 49 pp. (2010)
http://bjs.ojp.usdoj.gov/content/pub/pdf/svjfry09.pdf
Sexual Victimization in Local Jails Reported by Inmates, 2007 by Allen J. Beck
and Paige M. Harrison Bureau of Justice Statistics, 43 pp. (2008)
http://bjs.ojp.usdoj.gov/content/pub/pdf/svljri07.pdf
Question Reference #100223-000041 ----------
Category Level 1: Federal Depository Libraries
Category Level 2: Fugitive publications/LostDocs
Date Created: 02/23/2010 09:51 AM
Last Updated: 02/24/2010 03:16 PM
Status: Solved
Phone Number:
DEPLIBNUMBER: 0298A
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Editor's Note (10/3/2011): A record for the electronic (online) version of Sexual Victimization in Juvenile Facilities Reported by Youth, 2008-09 
was created in the CGP on August 31, 2010, 191 days after this report was made to GPO. No record has yet been created for Sexual Victimization in 
Local Jails Reported by Inmates, 2007. We will mark it "fugitive" and "pending". 

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