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    • Report to the Governor: Governor Ryan's summit: gangs, guns, drugs

    • 15-20-Life; Criminal Justice Research; Criminal Justice System Costs; DRUG ARRESTS; DRUG SUPPRESSION; Drug Intervention; F-TIP; FOID card; Felony sentencing; Firearm Owners Identification; Futures for Kids; GANG PREVENTION; GUN SUPPRESSION; Gang...
    • The Governor charged summit attendees to answer some fundamental yet critical questions: What is the state doing right? What could be done better? What else should be undertaken in the areas of policy, programs and legislation? The Report to the...
    • Returning Home Illinois Policy Brief: Treatment Matching

    • AA; Criminal Justice Research; NA; Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (RSAT); SAMHSA; Sheridan National Model Drug Prison and Reentry Program; Treatment Improvement Protocol (TIP); addiction screening; alcoholism; drug abuse; inprison treatment;...
    • Data used in this article were gathered during the prerelease survey and the first postrelease survey of the Returning Home Illinois study. The primary research question for this analysis concerns treatment matching: Did those most in need of...
    • New Approaches and Techniques for Examining and Evaluating Multi-jurisdictional Drug Task Forces...

    • Anti-Drug Abuse Acts (ADAA); Controlled Substances Act; Criminal Justice Research; Illinois Criminal History Record Information system (CHRI); State and Local Law Enforcement Assistance Act (SLLEAA); cannabis-related offenses; cocaine, heroin, LSD,...
    • This study employed two general approaches to answering the questions regarding whom multijurisdictional drug task forces target, and the extent to which these offenders are different from those arrested by local police departments.
    • Neville v. Walker

    • APPLETON; Affirmed; California Department of Corrections v. Morales; Dewey v. Prison Review Board; Faheem-El v. Klincar; Fletcher v. Williams; Heirens v. Mizell; Lucas v. Taylor; Noyola v. Board of Education of the City of Chicago; People v....
    • Filed 11/16/07 NO. 4-07-0226 In The Appellate Court Of Illinois Fourth District, Richard Neville, Plaintiff-Appellant. v. ROGER E. WALKER, JR., Director, Illinois Department of Corrections; and JORGE MONTES, Chairman, Illinois Prisoner Review...
    • Trends and Issues Update

    • Arrests; Conditions of probation; Criminal Justice Research; Prison sentences; Probation sentences; Truth-in-Sentencing; incarceration
    • This Trends and Issues Update takes a closer look at violent crime in Illinois,and the nature of the sentences imposed in these cases.
    • Disproportionate Incarceration of African Americans for Drug Crimes: The Illinois Perspective

    • Arthur J. Lurigio; Controlled Substances Act; Drug-related Arrests; Mary Harkenrider; Minority Drug Offenders; Pamela Loose; Prison Sentences and Admissions; Race and Prison Admissions; Racial Differences in Sentencing; Racially Disparate...
    • In their 2000 study, the Human Rights Watch found that Illinois ranked first in the country with respect to Black-White disparities in prison sentences for drug crimes. The Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority awarded a small grant to...
    • Supplemental Digest: Department of Corrections

    • audit; compliance; correctional facility; corrections; cost per inmate; education; financial; paid overtime; prison capacity; prison population
    • This Digest Supplemental to the audit report of the Department of Corrections - General Office contains a summary of the department-wide financial audit for the year ended June 30, 2008 and a compliance attestation examination for the two years...
    • Fraud Sentencing Emphasizes Prevention Efforts

    • Benefit Claim; Department of Employment Security; IIS; Mail Fraud
    • A federal appeals court has upheld the 96-month prison sentence imposed upon a Chicago woman who defrauded the Illinois Department of Employment Security (IDES) of more than $700,000. Jay Rowell, the Director of IDES, said the ruling sends a strong...
    • Fraud Sentencing Emphasizes Prevention Efforts

    • Benefit Claim; Department of Employment Security; IIS; Mail Fraud
    • A federal appeals court has upheld the 96-month prison sentence imposed upon a Chicago woman who defrauded the Illinois Department of Employment Security (IDES) of more than $700,000. Jay Rowell, the Director of IDES, said the ruling sends a strong...

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