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    • 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...
    • People v. Gale

    • Affirmed; Crocker v. Finley; Fried v. Danaher; In re Phillip C.; Jenkins v. Leininger; O'MARA FROSSARD; PSI; People v. Anderson; People v. Barrow; People v. Botruff; People v. Charles Harris; People v. Coleman; People v. Cornelius; People v. David...
    • FIFTH DIVISION September 7, 2007 No. 1-06-0038 THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF ILLINOIS, Respondent-Appellee, v. EUDELTRO GALE, Petitioner-Appellant. Appeal from the Circuit Court of Cook County. No. 01 CR 2848 The Honorable Dennis J. Porter, Judge...
    • The Compiler

    • Black males; Caucasian; Cook County; Criminal Justice Research; Disproportionate Minority; Disproportionate Minority Confinement (DMC); Dr. Candice M. Kane; Human Rights Watch; Juvenile Justice; Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act;...
    • This issue of The Compiler takes a look at minority overrepresentation in the criminal and juvenile justice systems.
    • Building 1.  95.32.4

    • Military facilities; Libraries;
    • Building 1 was built in 1893 as part of the original hospital complex. It was converted to the Post Library in 1967.
    • Building 106.  95.32.2

    • Buildings; Military facilities;
    • Building 106 was one in a complex (103-108) built between 1907 and 1908 as company kitchens for soldiers in the tower complex. They were remodeled in 1967 for office use.
    • People v. Ellis

    • GILLERAN JOHNSON; HUTCHINSON; MSR; People v. Chernetti; People v. Dennis; People v. Hall; People v. Jarrett; People v. Kidd; People v. Latham; People v. Price; People v. Redmond; People v. Whitfield; TASC; Treatment Alternatives to Street Crime;...
    • No. 2--05--1119 Filed: 9-7-07 IN THE APPELLATE COURT OF ILLINOIS SECOND DISTRICT THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF ILLINOIS, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. AKIL K. ELLIS, Defendant-Appellant. Appeal from the Circuit Court of Du Page County. No. 04--CF--3478...
    • Building 35.  95.32.67

    • Buildings; Military facilities;
    • Building 35 was built in 1890 and has served as the quartermaster and commissary storehouse, Non-commissioned Officers Club (1950s) and administrative offices (mid-1960s).
    • On Good Authority

    • CCDRC; Criminal Justice Research; DRC program; GED preparation; Treatment Alternatives for Safe Communities (TASC); drug recovery; drug testing; drug treatment; illegal drug use; incarceration; job placement; job skills training; life skills;...
    • This report is a summary of a program evaluation of the Cook County Sheriffs Day Reporting Center program, prepared by Christine Martin, David E. Olson, Ph.D., and Arthur J. Lurigio, Ph.D.
    • Building 34.  95.32.21

    • Buildings; Military facilities;
    • Building 34 was constructed in 1890 and served as a bakery (1890-1940), Non-commissioned Officers Club (1940-1956), post library (1956-1967) and child care center (1967-).
    • Protest at George Bell Gate.  95.32.45

    • Military facilities; Gates; Protest movements;
    • Photograph of a small group of tents gathered outside George Bell Gate. In January 1972, a group called the Chicago Indian Village set up an encampment to protest social issues.
    • Building 60.  95.32.5

    • Buildings; Military facilities;
    • Building 60 was constructed in 1893, and originally served as an equestrian drill hall. In 1946 it was converted into a sports complex.
    • Building 61.  95.32.66

    • Buildings; Military facilities;
    • Building 61 was built in 1910 as a blacksmith shop. It was remodeled in 1936 for an ordnance machine shop and 1959 was converted to a Veterinary Clinic.

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