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00843. Women, Crime and the Criminal Justice System. Focuses on maltreatment of women in prison life, medical care and rehabilitation. Written by a sympathetic male. 7 pages, 0 footnotes, 0 bibliographic sources.   $49
00749. Police and Crime. Very good survey and discussion of issues praised by Pres. Johnson's 1968 Commission on Crime: basically, what causes crime and what can cops do about it? Focuses on the problem of making police effective: pros and cons of various police techniques, police technology, community relations. 27 pages, 26 footnotes, 9 bibliographic sources.   $133
00360. The Bail System: The Court's Biggest Crime. Overview of bail system, including origins, victims, beneficiaries, abuses and foreign bail methods; also alternatives to bail. 11 pages, 13 footnotes, 8 bibliographic sources.   $77
00040. United Stated Prisons and Crime. Basic overview of what's wrong with the prison system, from classic liberal point of view. Should be updated. 13p., 14f., Ob.   $91
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53798A. Economics of Black Prostitution. Very interesting report of a white person's interviews of Black pimps and prostitutes in S.F. Bay Area. Prices, expenses, lifestyles, the prostitute as a small independent entrepreneur, whether the pimp is necessary, reasons women become prostitutes. 21 pages, 7 footnotes, 7 bibliographic sources.   $133
53743. Police Corruption and Its Correction. Very good overview of police corruption and brutality problems, and what has been done about them; studies the hostility towards police of the 60's, attempts at innovation in both public relations and technology, advances in better training and minority recruitment, how basic problems remain despite smoother surface of police-community relations. 28 pages, 40 footnotes, 28 bibliographic sources.   $133
53684. Crime in America by Ramsay Clark. The former attorney general's liberal view of crime and the criminal justice system in America is examined in this book review. Clark's work is seen as still relevant and his call for change in police procedures is applauded. Sp., Of., Ob.   $35
53442. The Police Officer and the Deaf Person. Overview of the problems that can arise from officer's misunderstanding of deaf people; the need for special training, increased awareness, new attitudes, etc. to improve relations. 6 pages, 6 footnotes, 7 bibliographic sources.   $42
53425. The Police and the News Media. Good account of the reasons why police and reporters need each other, how sound planning of mutual relations can lead to better law enforcement, better public information, and stronger democratic institutions. lOp., 7f., 11b.   $70
53217. Prisons: Their Reformation and Eventual Elimination. Good restatement of the argument that prisons can eventually be eliminated if society can eliminate poverty, injustice, racism, '"poor self-concepts,"' and stop subjecting criminals to prisons that teach them more about crime. lOp., 11f., Ob.   $70
52800A. Reaction to Jessica Mitford's Experiment Behind Bars. Good criticism of Mitford's claim that it's unfair to perform drug experiments on prisoners; argues that they want to, that somebody has to, that prisoners are, after all, being punished for ruining other people's lives, and that they showed themselves willing to take plenty of risks in committing crimes. 7p., Of., Ob.   $49
52677. Hames Bennett's "I Chose Prison". He did so as an administrator, not as a 'con.' His book gives a liberal's view of the prison system; the reviewer basically agrees, but criticizes Bennet's disapproval of capital punishment. 6 pages, 0 footnotes, 0 bibliographic sources.   $42
52656. Criminal Justice and Minority Groups. Overview of how criminal justice system works against poor and minorities, in all phases from suspicion and arrest to treatment after sentencing. lOp., 25f., Ob.   $70
52542. Police Planning, Game Theory and Collective Bargaining. Good examination of the problems fac ed by the police planner, and how he can use game theory to predict outcomes of both police situations and conflicts over higher pay and/or unionization of policemen. 11 pages, 9 footnotes, 7 bibliographic sources.   $77
52507. The Future of Women in Law Enforcement. Good basic study of the need for more women in law enforcement jobs, including history, their record of effectiveness, women criminals, etc; "Women of outstanding character...will provide the deathblow to the shocking corruption of municipal police departments." 8 pages, 16 footnotes, 6 bibliographic sources.   $56
52340. Recruitment and Selection of Police Officers. Basic overview of what to look for in hiring a police officer:. training, experience, emotional stability, etc. 9p.; 16f.; Ob.   $63
52126. Police Investigating Technique. A look at the basic elements of good investigative techniques, with a discussion of police tactics and judgements applied at the scene of a crime and afterward. Sp.; 8f.; sb.   $35
52016. Justice Management in the Fremont Calif. Police Department. Good study of administrative and managerial structures, procedures , and attitudes in this California suburb. Based on interviews with FPD officers. lOp.; Of.; Ob.   $70
51847. Sociology of Police. Good overview of the problems of policemen; social isolation, solidarity of policemen, brutality and community relations are among the topics covered. 9p.; 5 f.; 4b.   $63
51727. Discrimination Against Mexican Males in California Parole Procedures, 1961-66. Interesting and original study which attempts to prove that Mexican-Americans spend more tine in the slammer; unfortunately, no direct evidence was available and writer was forced to make the most of indirect evidence. 9 pages, 13 footnotes, 2 bibliographic sources.   $63
51562. The Systems Approach in Police Administration. Good overview of the advantages and difficulties of applying systems management and electronic data processing to the problems of the police. Based on the relevant literature, discusses all aspects of systems technique for police. including. human problems encountered in installing and implementing computer systems. lOp.; 9f.; 7b.   $70
16086. The Pre-Sentence Investigation. Very thorough study of relation between pre-sentence reports, actual sentences, and perception of offenders by judges and probation officers; much statistical data, also selective interpretation by judges. 23 pages, 18 footnotes, 18 bibliographic sources.   $133
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