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4 Kindex i (2000-2001)

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Gaining access to vital information as fast as possible has become a
necessity in today's world; especially in a world where juvenile violence is
proliferating and the victimization of children is at an all time high. These rising
statistics underscore the need to provide easy-access to information on the
broadest range possible of juvenile justice issues. KINDEX - An Index to Legal
Periodical Literature Concerning Children, is published by NCJJ to do just that.
KINDEX started as an in-house tool, written by hand, to aid the needs
of our research efforts in 1974. It soon became evident that KINDEX would
benefit other organizations, such as libraries, public defender offices, youth
services and juvenile courts. KINDEX was then computerized for easier file
maintenance, better accessibility and ease of publication.
KINDEX, published annually since 1976, classifies articles by subject
content. There are over 300 KINDEX subject classifications that will allow
information to be at one's fingertips. We realize that some researchers may be
interested in some subjects not contained under existing classifications, there-
fore, a search capacity was built into KINDEX. Now, the entire database can be
researched for one or more words appearing in the citation. This service is
offered by NCJJ at specified prices. Back issues of Kindex can be purchased
from W.S. Hein & Co., Inc.
Hunter Hurst
Director NCJJ

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