1 Juv. Just. 1 (1993)

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Volume I * Number I                                     Spring/Summer 1993




FEATURES

Conditions of Confinement  by Dale G. Parent....  .... ...............-.2
An  OJJDP research director assesses conditions of juvenile confinement and recom-
mends corrective action to improve them.


On  the Front Lines: Interview With Judge David B. Mitchell ............8
A leading juvenile court judge offers his candid comments on the challenges facing
the juvenile justice system and the Nation.


Parentally Abducted Children:
Roadblocks  to Recovery and Reunion  by Linda K. Girdner, Ph.D. .......... 17
OJJDP's principal investigator of obstacles to the recovery of parentally abducted
children reviews her findings and recommendations.


IN   BRIEF

Justice Matters
   JJDP Act Reauthorized Through 1996 .............................24
   Gould-Wysinger Award Winners for 1992......... ............ ...........24
   In Memoriam......          .................. . .......... ..........25
   A  Special Occasion ........................................26

Juvenile and Family Court Judges Elect Willett Council President ........ 27

Across Our  Desk
    Book Review: When Parents Kidnap: The Families Behind the Headlines............ 28

Technical Assistance & Training          ................................28

OJJDP  Combats  Serious, Violent, and Chronic Juvenile Delinquency.....29

OJJDP  Publications     ................................ ...............30

ORDER   FORM                                ............................... 1..............31

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