It has come to our attention

September 1994
Federal Probation;Sep94, Vol. 58 Issue 3, p74
Presents several information related to probation and corrections. Data on violent crimes from the Justice Department's Bureau of Justice Statistics; Increase in concern over neighborhood crime; Statistics on family murder.


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