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    • The Compiler

    • (CODIS); (IFCC); Al Capones gang; Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS); Body fluid evidence; Chicago crime laboratory; Combined DNA Index System; Computer Crime and Security Survey; Computer Security Institutes (CSI); Controlled...
    • Articles in this issue include:Lab resources arent keeping up with demand Addressing the DNA backlog Fingerprinting remains on cutting edge Chemistry lab work reflects drug operations Program improves sexual assault evidence collection Ballistics...
    • Research Bulletin

    • Abandoned Newborn Infant Protection Act; Chicago Homicide Dataset (CHD); Chicago Police Department; Criminal Justice Research; Homicide; Homicide risk by gender; Illinois Child Endangerment Risk Assessment Protocol; abandoned at birth; access to...
    • This Research Bulletin, with the headline Children's Risk of Homicide Victimization Rates for Chicago Children from Birth to Age 14, 1965 to 1995, examines the 1,124 homicides of children aged 14 and younger that occurred in Chicago from 1965 to...
    • Research Bulletin

    • Abandoned Newborn Infant Protection Act; Chicago Homicide Dataset (CHD); Chicago Police Department; Criminal Justice Research; Homicide; Homicide risk by gender; Illinois Child Endangerment Risk Assessment Protocol; abandoned at birth; access to...
    • This Research Bulletin, with the headline Children's Risk of Homicide Victimization Rates for Chicago Children from Birth to Age 14, 1965 to 1995, examines the 1,124 homicides of children aged 14 and younger that occurred in Chicago from 1965 to...
    • Illinois Register

    • ADOPTED RULES; American Red Cross Heroes Day; Americans with Disabilities Act Grievance Procedure; Animal Welfare Act; Audits, Reviews, and Investigations; Bovine Brucellosis; Clinical/Biomedical Engineering Week; Collective Bargaining and Impasse...
    • The Illinois Register is the official state document for publishing public notice of rulemaking activity initiated by State governmental agencies. The table of contents is arranged categorically by rulemaking activity and alphabetically by agency...
    • Illinois Register

    • ADOPTED RULES; American Red Cross Heroes Day; Americans with Disabilities Act Grievance Procedure; Animal Welfare Act; Audits, Reviews, and Investigations; Bovine Brucellosis; Clinical/Biomedical Engineering Week; Collective Bargaining and Impasse...
    • The Illinois Register is the official state document for publishing public notice of rulemaking activity initiated by State governmental agencies. The table of contents is arranged categorically by rulemaking activity and alphabetically by agency...
    • page 01, vol. 13, no. 23

    • African American students--Illinois--Evanston; African American children--Education--Illinois--Evanston
    • "Listen to the lambs, all a-crying!" Ebenezer H. M. Turner Ethnic Day School answers the cry
    • Grant, Lodge - Interview and Memoir

    • Afro-Americans; Cairo (Ill.); Hamilton County (Ill.); Illinois, Southern; Illinois Superintendent of Public Instruction; Ku Klux Klan; Prohibition; Race Discrimination; Southern Illinois University at Carbondale; Teachers; World War, 1939-1945
    • Grant, an educator who worked primarily in Hamilton County, Illinois, discusses his years in the teaching profession: teaching and principal positions, service as county superintendent, consolidated schools, and service as the State Superintendent...
    • Prairie Pages:  The First Peoples of Illinois

    • AGRICULTURE AND FOOD PRODUCTION; Education: Education programs: Educational materials; History and culture: Archaeology; History and culture: Ethnic and folk art; History and culture: History and culture pages for kids; History and culture: History...
    • This publication is intended to provide teachers and other interested persons with curriculum materials for elementary age students. This issue tells of the Paleo-Indians through their migration from Asia to North America in the Pleistocene, the...
    • Research Bulletin

    • Arrest representation index; CHRI; Criminal Identification Act; Criminal Justice Research; IDOC; Illinois State Police Computerized Criminal History; Illinois Youth Center (IYC); Juvenile Justice Reform Provisions; Office of Juvenile Justice and...
    • Findings in this Research Bulletin support the Illinois Juvenile Justice Commission as it attempts to report to Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention the status of its disproportionate minority contact efforts by assessing racial...
    • Annual Report Fiscal Year 2006 / Illinois Arts Council

    • Arts and Foreign Language Education; Arts-in-Education Residency grants; IAC; IBHE; Illinois State Board of Education; S.T.A.R.; The Ethnic and Folk Arts Master/Apprentice program
    • Agency annual report on the vibrant and diverse state of the arts in Illinois. This year, the Illinois Arts Council begins implementing a new five-year strategic plan. The agencys new mission is: Building a strong, creative, and connected Illinois...
    • Illinois' elders share their stories

    • Black Hawk War; Cherokees; Homestead Act of 1862; Indians; Orphan train; Six Days War; Soviet Jews; Trail of Tears; asylum; ethnic experience; immigrants; melting pot; personal history; refugees; refusenik; senior citizens; slavery
    • This small book is a compilation of brief histories of immigant groups and personal stories, which are accounts written from interviews of older residents of Illinois from many ethnic groups. Also, included is a list of ethnic museums with a list...
    • Massaro, Anthony - Interview and Memoir

    • Bootlegging; Coal Mines and Mining; Coal Mines and Mining--Strikes and Lockouts, "Mine Wars"; Depression, 1929; Electric Utilities; Emigration and Immigration; Italian-Americans; Italy; Missouri School of Mines, Rolla MO; Ohio; Prohibition;...
    • Massaro, electrical engineer, discusses immigration from Italy, his father's work in the coal mines, and life in Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Chicago. He discusses life in Springfield: high school, working in the coal mines, the mine wars,...
    • Bellaver, John - Interview and Memoir

    • Bootlegging; Coal Mines and Mining; Italian-Americans; Mulkeytown (Ill.)--Coal Miners' March, 1932; Organized Crime; Progressive Miners of America (PMA); Taylorville (Ill.); United Mine Workers (UMW)
    • Bellaver, coal miner, discusses his experiences working in Illinois coal mines: hazardous working conditions, changes brought by mechanization, the United Mine Workers Union and Progressive Miners of America, Mulkeytown march, and shootings in...

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