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Correctional Association of New York Records

1844-1988

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Abstract

The Correctional Association of New York Records includes records from the Board of Directors, annual reports, prison visit files, Narcotics Committee files, program and bureau files, project files, subject files, and publications. The only records of the organization available from the nineteenth century are the annual reports, which have been microfilmed and are available in the University Library.

Summary

Creator:
Correctional Association of New York
Date Coverage:
1844-1988
Quantity:
30.97 cubic  11 reels of microfilm

The Correctional Association of New York was founded in 1844 by John W. Edmonds, President of the Board of Inspectors at Sing Sing Prison [Unless otherwise noted, all information is taken from The Correctional Association of New York, A History: 1844-1989]. Originally named the Prison Association of New York, the organization was formed to ameliorate the conditions of criminal defendants and prisoners, improve the discipline and administration of local jails and state prisons, and furnish assistance and encouragement to reformed convicts after discharge. It is the only private organization in the state that has the power to conduct on-site examinations of state and local correctional facilities and report its findings and recommendations to governmental authorities ["The Correctional Association of New York: A Public Interest Criminal Justice Membership Organization", in Resources Committee-Cocktail Part, 1982, folder, in Series 1, Board of Directors Files, 1942-88].

Since 1846, it has been charged with submitting an annual report on prison conditions in New York State to the New York State Assembly.

The Association has always furnished aid to male and female prisoners. However, roughly a decade after its foundation a number of members became convinced that the special needs of female offenders were not being addressed. Led by Issac G. Hopper, the chair of the Association's Female Department, they left the Association and formed their own group, the Women's Prison Association of New York ["Draft-Scope of the Association's Activities", circa 1975, in Correctional Association History, 1955-83, folder, in Series 1, Board of Directors Files, 1942-88. For more information about this organization, see: Women's Prison Association and Home, 150 Years in the Forefront: The Women's Prison Association and Home (1995). Available [online]: http://www.correctionhistory.org/html/chronicl/wpa/html/wpaopen.htm [13 April 2000]].

During the nineteenth century, the organization took a leading role in prison reform in the United States and the world. It formed the National Prison Association (now the American Prison Association), a nationwide umbrella organization, in 1870. Two years later, it started the International Prison Congress, a world-wide gathering of prison officials and social reformers that met every five years. The League of Nations eventually assumed responsibility for running the conferences, which are now held under the auspices of the United Nations.

The Association was active in promoting numerous criminal justice system reforms in New York State. The organization was instrumental in creating New York State's first probation and parole systems (c.1875) and pressed for the creation of separate facilities for youthful offenders (1864-74) and a separate juvenile justice system (1874-1904) ["A Brief Description of the Correctional Association's Purpose, History, Recent Publications, Current Program", in Correctional Association History, 1955-83, folder, in Series 1, Board of Directors Files, 1942-88, and untitled typescript notes beginning with "Parole/Probation", in Correctional Association History, 1955-83, folder, in Series 1, Board of Directors Files, 1942-88].

The Association sought to ensure that prisoners had opportunities to acquire formal education and advocated the creation of prison libaries (1904-24). It also fought to ensure that prisoners could learn a trade while incarcerated and that their labor was not exploited. Other policies the Association advocated included: a prison classification system; opposition to corporal punishment (1844-64); the Presidential Commutation Act; special care facilities for inmates afflicted with tuberculosis; establishment of a psychiatric clinic at Sing Sing Prison; creation of the New York City Parole Commission; establishment of prison libraries (1904-24); development of policies which enabled prisoners to contribute to the war effort by working in war-related industries (1940-42); establishment of a Crime Victims Compensation Board (1965-66); creation of an adequate public defender system [. The Prison Association of New York, One Hundred Years of Faithful Service, 1844-1944 (New York: The Prison Association of New York, 1944), 3-7. A copy of this publication is housed in the Correctional Association History, 1955-83, folder, in Series 1, Board of Directors Files, 1942-88].

In the 1960s and 1970s, the organization advocated the establishment of a Crime Victims Compensation Board (1965-66) and pressed for the decriminalization of pornography, sexual acts between consenting adults, and other crimes it deemed "victimless" ["Draft-Scope of the Association's Activities", circa 1975, in Correctional Association History, 1955-83, folder, in Series 1, Board of Directors Files, 1942-88].

Recent activities of the Association include the AIDS in Prison Project, the Public Policy Project, the Prison Overcrowding Project, the Prison and Jail Conditions Project, and the Prison Visiting Committee (1980-present). The Association has also been active in efforts to educate the public about the immense costs incurred by city, county, and state correctional agencies and to promote alternatives to incarceration for non-violent offenders ["The Correctional Association of New York: A Public Interest Criminal Justice Membership Organization"].

For more information about the Correctional Association and its history, visit http://www.correctionalassociation.org/ and http://www.correctionhistory.org/html/chronicl/cany/html/cany01.html.

Series 1 contains the Board of Directors Files, roughly between 1942 and 1986. This series consists of correspondence, meeting minutes of the Board of Directors (1977-85) and the Executive Committee (1971-73, 1984), and committee files created or gathered by the executive director, chairman, president, general secretary, and committee chairs of the Association. It also contains biographical information about prospective board members gathered by the Nominating Committee (1963-67, 1969, 1971-72, 1974-82, 1984). Other documents in the series include meeting agendas, memoranda, grant proposals, reports, membership statistics, and records concerning bequests and endowments made to the Association. This material concerns prison conditions, children of offenders, sentencing policies, court rulings concerning prisoners' efforts to form labor unions, construction of new correctional facilities, and the operations of the Association itself. Letters from inmates concerning living conditions in various correctional facilities, transfers from one facility to another, health issues, allegations of abuse by corrections officers, and post-release work arrangements and drug-rehabilitation programs are scattered throughout the series. One of the letters (1985) directed to Correctional Association President Robert Gangi was written by Jean Harris, who became interested in the special problems of female inmates and their children during her imprisonment for murder. Note that the files created by the Institution's Visiting Committee are housed in Series 3, Prison Visits Files, circa 1915-85, and files created by the Narcotics Committee are housed in Series 4, Narcotics Committee Files, 1949-75.

Series 2 contains annual reports from 1846-1979 on 11 reels of 35 mm microfilm in the University Library's Microfilm Collection (Call No. HV 8987 P684). This series consists exclusively of the printed annual reports on prison and jail conditions that the Prison Association/Correctional Association submitted to the New York State Assembly. The reports contain minutes of meetings, presidential addresses, committee reports, reports on individual prisons and prison conditions, prison reform campaigns in New York State, transcripts of testimony before the NYS legislature on pending policy measures, and lists of members and corresponding members of the Association. Reports published during the latter half of the nineteenth century chronicled the Association's role in establishing national and international prison reform organizations and conferences and furnished information about prison policies elsewhere in the United States and the world. Bound copies of the 1867-1878 and 1921-1969 Annual Reports are also available in the M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives.

Prison Visits Files (circa 1915, 1962, 1974-85) may be found in Series 3. This series consists of material generated in connection with the Correctional Association's statutory responsibility for inspecting jails, prisons, and adolescent detention facilities in New York State. Documents in this series were created by the Association's General Secretary, Institution's Visiting Committee, and other personnel. The series includes correspondence, prison visit reports, prison tour requests, memoranda, affidavits, and various court records. Also included is records concerning Correctional Association President Adam McQuillan's 1977 visit to the Southern Ohio Correctional Facility. The only document from circa 1915 is a pamphlet describing a traveling exhibition about the New York State prison system.

Series 4 is the Narcotics Committee Files, (1949, 1962-72, 1975). This series was created by the Association's Narcotics Committee, which apparently kept its records separate from other material generated by members of the Board of Directors. It contains reports, pamphlets, articles, brochures, memoranda, news clippings, and some correspondence. Among the subjects covered are: the New York State Narcotics Addiction Control Commission, drug rehabilitation programs, the Federal Bureau of Narcotics, and methadone maintenance programs.

Program and Bureau Files from 1967-83 are in Series 5. This series contains material created or collected by Correctional Association staffers responsible for operating programs that furnished direct services to inmates and their families. The Association's Family Services Bureau, Legal Services Bureau, and Social Services Bureau were long-term programs that were phased out during the late 1970s and early 1980s. Programs established during the 1980s were grant-funded demonstration projects designed to encourage emulation; the Association did not have the financial resources needed to sustain long-term social service programs. Of interest particular interest was the Association's short-term program to furnish counseling services to young offenders sent to the Adolescent Reception and Detention Center on Riker's Island (1981-82). Also of interest are the documents generated in connection with the Association's efforts to establish an Ombudsman Program (1972-73) and the ensuing resistance of Governor Nelson Rockefeller and state correction officials to such a program.

Project Files from 1974-88 are found in Series 6. This series consists of material created or collected by Correctional Association staffers and board members engaged in short-term projects designed to produce written reports about various aspects of the correctional system; copies of many of these reports are included. Of particular interest are the Case Histories Project (1983-85), Idle Time Project (1981-85), and the Prison and Jail Conditions Project (1982-86), which entailed extensive surveys of conditions and inmate programs available in New York State correctional facilities and generated correspondence and other material from inmates. Also of note is the Prison Mental Hygiene Project (1985-88) that documents the programs and resources then available to prisoners with mental illness and developmental disabilities. Two of the projects, the State Planning Project (1981-82) and the Prison Overcrowding Project (1982-84), concern crowding in prisons and alternatives to new prison construction. This series also contains material generated in connection with the AIDS in Prison Project (1985-88), the Budget Education Project (1983-85), the Latino Project (1985-88), and proposals for several other projects that the Association did not complete. Please note that all material that contains inmates' names and other identifying information is restricted.

Series 7 contains subject files from 1947-88, but the majority of files are from 1970-85. This series consists of a wide array of material concerning correctional facility operations, criminal law and the criminal courts, juvenile offenders, rehabilitation programs, and other subjects in which the Correctional Association was interested. Documents include published reports, news clippings and newsletters of other organizations, affidavits, and brochures. Correspondence from various Correctional Association personnel is scattered throughout this series. Most of it is routine (e.g., requests for copies of reports), but some of the files dating from the 1960s contain copies of letters detailing specific aspects of New York State criminal law and correctional facility policies.

Miscellaneous Publication Files can be found in Series 8 and are rather sporadic (1944, 1976-79, 1982-86). This series consists of material produced or collected by the Correctional Association. It contains a handbook, manual, brochure, book, pamphlet, bulletins, and annual reports published by the Correctional Association. There is also published and unpublished material that the Association gathered and reproduced upon request. Topics covered include alcoholism, the prison population explosion, correctional costs, and annual reports of the Association to the New York State Legislature. Only one publication dates from 1944.

Series 9 is the Publication by Others Series, 1961-75 and contains articles, papers and reports created or received by the Association and reprinted for distribution on request. Topics included are alcoholism, narcotics addiction, problems of the criminal justice system, recidivism, mental health, juveniles and crime, pornography, victimless crimes, and General Secretary reports of the Association.

Series 10 contains foundations and fundraising files from 1962-88. This series contains information about numerous philanthropic foundations from which the Association sought funding. These files were kept separate from other records created or gathered by Association staff and contain annual reports and other items published by numerous foundations, applications for funding, and correspondence. Also included is Association staffers' and board members' manuscript lists of contacts, fundraising ideas, and internal memoranda.

Additional records were received from the Correctional Association of New York in August 2006. These records have not yet been intellectually or physically integrated into the collection. An inventory of the records created by the staff of the Correctional Association is available in the Records received in August 2006 section of the finding aid.

The collection is organized as follows:

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Related Materials

Related collections in the M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives can be found in the subject guide for Criminal Justice and Prisons.

All items in this manuscript group were donated to the University Libraries, M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, by the Correctional Association of New York in 1990. A further accession was received in August 2006

Processed by: Cynthia A. Morrison (1990), Bonita L. Weddle (2000), Rosann Santos (2000)

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Preferred citation for this material is as follows:

Identification of specific item, series, box, folder, Correctional Association of New York Records 1844-1988 (APAP-014). M. E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, University Libraries, University at Albany, State University of New York (hereafter referred to as the Correctional Association of New York Records).

Contents of Collection

Quantity: 9.33 cubic ft.

This series consists of correspondence, meeting minutes of the Board of Directors (1977-1985) and the Executive Committee (1971-1973, 1984), and committee files created or gathered by the executive director, chairman, president, general secretary, and committee chairs of the Association. It also contains biographical information about prospective board members gathered by the Nominating Committee (1963-1967, 1969, 1971-1972, 1974-1982, 1984). Other documents in the series include meeting agendas, memoranda, grant proposals, reports, membership statistics, and records concerning bequests and endowments made to the Association. This material concerns prison conditions, children of offenders, sentencing policies, court rulings concerning prisoners' efforts to form labor unions, construction of new correctional facilities, and the operations of the Association itself. Letters from inmates concerning living conditions in various correctional facilities, transfers from one facility to another, health issues, allegations of abuse by corrections officers, and post-release work arrangements and drug-rehabilitation programs are scattered throughout the series. One of the letters (1985) directed to Correctional Association President Robert Gangi was written by Jean Harris, who became interested in the special problems of female inmates and their children during her imprisonment for murder. Note that the files created by the Institution's Visiting Committee are housed in Series 3, Prison Visits Files, circa 1915-1985, and files created by the Narcotics Committee are housed in Series 4, Narcotics Committee Files, 1949-1975.

Arranged alphabetically and chronologically.

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1 1Accountant [RESTRICTED] 1972-1973
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1 2Accountant [RESTRICTED] 1972-1973

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1 3Ad Hoc Committee on the Alcoholic Offender [RESTRICTED] 1964-1968
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1 4Ad Hoc Committee on the Alcoholic Offender [RESTRICTED] 1964-1968

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1 5Ad Hoc Committee on Censorship (Pornography) [RESTRICTED] 1969-1970
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1 6Ad Hoc Committee on Censorship (Pornography) [RESTRICTED] 1969-1970
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1 7Ad Hoc Committee on Censorship (Pornography) [RESTRICTED] 1969-1970
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1 8Ad Hoc Committee on Commissioner of Corrections [RESTRICTED] 1965-1966

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1 9Ad Hoc Committee on Direct Services - Application and Correspondence [RESTRICTED] 1977-1978
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1 10Ad Hoc Committee on Direct Services - Application and Correspondence [RESTRICTED] 1977-1978

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1 11Ad Hoc Committee on the Judges and Paroles Conference [RESTRICTED] 1969-1970

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1 12Ad Hoc Committee on the Juvenile Offender [RESTRICTED] 1964-1965

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1 13Annual Report Mailings [RESTRICTED] 1976-1986

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1 14Annual Reports [RESTRICTED] 1970-1985

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1 15Anonymous Donors [RESTRICTED] 1985

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1 16Auditors [RESTRICTED] 1968-1982
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1 17Auditors [RESTRICTED] 1978-1982
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1 18Bequests and Endowments [RESTRICTED] 1938-1981
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1 19Bequests and Endowments [RESTRICTED] 1938-1981

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1 20Bequests and Endowments [RESTRICTED] 1944-1965
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1 21Bequests and Endowments [RESTRICTED] 1944-1965

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1 22Bequests and Endowments [RESTRICTED] 1946-1968
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1 23Bequests and Endowments [RESTRICTED] 1946-1968

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1 24Bequests and Endowments: Cockroft [RESTRICTED] 1946-1972
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1 25Bequests and Endowments: Cockroft [RESTRICTED] 1946-1972

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1 26Bequest: Forster, Bernard D. [RESTRICTED] 1976-1979

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1 27Bequest: Howes, Leander Townsend [RESTRICTED] 1979

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1 28Board of Directors - Annual Meeting Agendas and Mailing Lists [RESTRICTED] 1963-1983
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1 29Board of Directors - Annual Meeting Agendas and Mailing Lists [RESTRICTED] 1963-1983

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1 30Board of Directors - Attendance Lists [RESTRICTED] 1977-1984

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1 31Board of Directors - Committee and Officers Lists [RESTRICTED] 1982-1985

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1 32Board of Directors - Committee Structure [RESTRICTED] 1973-1985

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1 33Board of Directors - Correspondence [RESTRICTED] 1974

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2 1Board of Directors - Correspondence [RESTRICTED] 1976-1982

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2 2Board of Directors - Contributions [RESTRICTED] 1980-1983

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2 3Board of Directors - List [RESTRICTED] 1975-1980

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2 4Board of Directors - List [RESTRICTED] 1977-1985

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2 5Board of Directors - Correspondence [RESTRICTED] 1985
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2 6Board of Directors - Correspondence [RESTRICTED] 1985

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2 7Board of Directors - Mailings [RESTRICTED] 1974-1978
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2 8Board of Directors - Mailings [RESTRICTED] 1974-1978

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2 9Board of Directors - Mailings [RESTRICTED] 1977-1978
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2 10Board of Directors - Mailings [RESTRICTED] 1979
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2 11Board of Directors - Mailings [RESTRICTED] 1980-1981
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2 12Board of Directors - Mailings [RESTRICTED] 1980-1982
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2 13Board of Directors - Mailings [RESTRICTED] 1980-1982

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2 14Board of Directors - Mailings [RESTRICTED] 1981-1984
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2 15Board of Directors - Mailings [RESTRICTED] 1983-1985
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2 16Board of Directors - Mailings [RESTRICTED] 1983-1985

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2 17Board of Directors Meetings [RESTRICTED] 1985

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2 18Board of Directors - Reports to [RESTRICTED] 1976

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2 19Board of Directors - Standing Committees [RESTRICTED] 1986-1987

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2 20Brochure Ideas [RESTRICTED] 1971-1982

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2 21Budgets [RESTRICTED] 1973-1976
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2 22Budgets [RESTRICTED] 1973-1976

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2 23Budgets [RESTRICTED] 1977-1982
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2 24Budgets [RESTRICTED] 1977-1982

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2 25Building Committee [RESTRICTED] 1982

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3 1Building file [RESTRICTED] 1976-1984

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3 1OS Capital Construction [RESTRICTED] 1976-1978, 1980-1984
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Workhouse of the City of New York, Riker's Island, 1958 and Adolescent Remand Center, Brooklyn, 1961.

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3 2Carey-Harding Material [RESTRICTED] 1975

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3 3Capital Punishment - Volker Graber Bill [RESTRICTED] 1978

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3 4Chase Manhattan Bank [RESTRICTED] 1981-1984

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3 5Citibank [RESTRICTED] 1968-1982

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3 6Committee on Future Policy [RESTRICTED] 1967-1972
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3 7Committee on Future Policy [RESTRICTED] 1967-1972

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3 8Committee on Institutions and Offender Services [RESTRICTED] 1975

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3 9Conferences - Gangi, Robert [RESTRICTED] 1983-1984

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3 10Constitution and Bylaws [RESTRICTED] 1976, 1981-1982

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3 11Constitution and Bylaws Committee [RESTRICTED] 1974

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3 12Contribution Breakdowns [RESTRICTED] 1972-1975

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3 13Correctional Association History [RESTRICTED] 1955-1983

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3 14Correctional Association Legislative Mandate [RESTRICTED] 1973

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3 15Correctional Association Office [RESTRICTED] 1983-1986

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3 16Correctional Association Staff [RESTRICTED] 1983-1985

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3 17Correctional Association - Staff Media [RESTRICTED] 1986-1987

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3 18Correspondence - Attorneys [RESTRICTED] 1985-1986

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3 19-20Correspondence - Gangi, Robert [RESTRICTED] 1982
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3 21-23Correspondence - Gangi, Robert [RESTRICTED] 1983
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3 24-25Correspondence - Gangi, Robert [RESTRICTED] 1984
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4 1Correspondence - Gangi, Robert, Outgoing [RESTRICTED] 1985

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4 2Correspondence - Gangi, Robert, Outgoing [RESTRICTED] 1985

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4 3Correspondence - Gangi, Robert/Board of Directors [RESTRICTED] 1982-1985

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4 4Correspondence - Gangi, Robert/Dean, William [RESTRICTED] 1984

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4 5Correspondence - Gangi, Robert/Mushlin, Michael [RESTRICTED] 1982-1985

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4 6Correspondence - Gangi, Robert/Powers, Susan [RESTRICTED] 1982-1985

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4 7Correspondence - General [RESTRICTED] 1965-1976

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4 8Correspondence - General [RESTRICTED] 1971-1974

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4 9Correspondence - General [RESTRICTED] 1982-1983

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4 10Correspondence - General [RESTRICTED] 1985-1986

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4 11Correspondence - General [RESTRICTED] 1985-1986

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4 12Correspondence - General [RESTRICTED] 1986

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4 13Correspondence - General [RESTRICTED] 1986

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4 14Correspondence - General [RESTRICTED] 1986

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4 15Correspondence - General [RESTRICTED] 1986

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4 26Correspondence - Inmates - Wallkill Correctional Facility [RESTRICTED] 1976

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4 28-29Correspondence - McQuillan, Adam F. [RESTRICTED] 1978
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5 27Correspondence - Pachoda, Dan (President) [RESTRICTED] 1979-1982

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5 31Correspondence - US Department of Justice [RESTRICTED] 1980-1983

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6 5Correspondence - White Street Jail [RESTRICTED] 1982

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6 7Criminal Justice Policies [RESTRICTED] 1984-1985
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6 8Criminal Justice Policies [RESTRICTED] 1984-1985

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6 11Endowment Restrictions [RESTRICTED] 1948-1975
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6 12Endowment Restrictions [RESTRICTED] 1948-1975

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6 19Finance Committee [RESTRICTED] 1961-1973
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6 33Law Committee [RESTRICTED] 1970-1980
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Quantity:  11 reels of 35 mm microfilm and bound copies

This series consists exclusively of the annual reports on prison and jail conditions that the Prison Association/Correctional Association submitted to the New York State Assembly. The reports contain minutes of meetings, presidential addresses, committee reports, reports on individual prisons and prison conditions, prison reform campaigns in New York State, transcripts of testimony before the NYS legislature on pending policy measures, and lists of members and corresponding members of the Association. Reports published during the latter half of the nineteenth century chronicle the Association's role in establishing national and international prison reform organizations and conferences and furnish information about prison policies elsewhere in the United States and the world.

Arranged chronologically. The microfilm versions are housed in the University Library Microfilm Collection, call number HV 8987 P684. Bound copies of the 1867-1878 and 1921-1969 Annual Reports are also available in the M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives.

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Reel 1Annual Reports1844-1850

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Reel 2Annual Reports1851-1866

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Reel 3Annual Reports1867-1870

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Reel 4Annual Reports1870-1886

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Reel 5Annual Reports1887-1895

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Reel 6Annual Reports1896-1909

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Reel 7Annual Reports1910-1914

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Reel 8Annual Reports1915-1924

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Reel 9Annual Reports1925-1940

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Reel 10Annual Reports1941-1960

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Reel 11Annual Reports1961-1979
Quantity: 1.33 cubic ft.

This series consists of material generated in connection with the Correctional Association's statutory responsibility for inspecting jails, prisons, and adolescent detention facilities in New York State. Documents in this series were created by the Association's General Secretary, Institutions Visiting Committee, and other personnel and include correspondence, prison visit reports, prison tour requests, memoranda, affidavits, and other court records. Also included are records concerning Correctional Association President Adam McQuillan's 1977 visit to the Southern Ohio Correctional Facility. The only document from circa 1915 is a pamphlet describing a traveling exhibition concerning the New York State prison system.

Arranged alphabetically.

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1 1Adolescent Detention and Reception Center and Adolescent Detention Center, Rikers Island [RESTRICTED] 1976-1978

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1 2Albion Correctional Facility [RESTRICTED] 1974

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1 3Arthur Kill Correctional Facility [RESTRICTED] 1977-1978

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1 4Attica Correctional Facility [RESTRICTED] 1976-1977

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1 5Attica Visiting Committee [RESTRICTED] 1984

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1 6Bayview Correctional Facility [RESTRICTED] 1977-1978

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1 7Bedford Hills Correctional Facility [RESTRICTED] 1976-1977

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1 8Bronx House of Detention [RESTRICTED] 1976-1978

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1 9Brooklyn House of Detention [RESTRICTED] 1974-1977

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1 10Brooklyn House of Detention - Affadavits [RESTRICTED] 1977

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1 11Chinlund v. New York City Department of Corrections [RESTRICTED] 1977

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1 12Clinton Correctional Facility - Cancellation of Visit [RESTRICTED] 1984

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1 13Correspondence [RESTRICTED] 1974-1976

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1 14County Jails - Dutchess [RESTRICTED] 1976-1977

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1 15County Jails - Genessee [RESTRICTED] 1977

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1 16County Jails - Monroe [RESTRICTED] 1976-1978

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1 17County Jails - Nassau [RESTRICTED] 1976-1978

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1 18County Jails - Rockland [RESTRICTED] 1976-1978

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1 19County Jails - Suffolk [RESTRICTED] 1977-1978

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1 20County Jails - Westchester [RESTRICTED] 1976-1978

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1 21Eastern New York Correctional Facility [RESTRICTED] 1977

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1 22Fishkill Correctional Facility [RESTRICTED] 1976-1978

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1 23Great Meadow Correctional Facility [RESTRICTED] 1976

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1 24Green Haven Correctional Facility [RESTRICTED] 1977-1978

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1 25Green Haven - Complaints to Commissioner [RESTRICTED] 1981

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1 26Guidelines for Local Visiting Committees [RESTRICTED] 1984

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1 27House of Detention for Men (Rikers Island) [RESTRICTED] 1975-1977

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1 28House of Detention for Men (Rikers Island) [RESTRICTED] 1975-1978

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1 29House of Detention for Men (Rikers Island) [RESTRICTED] 1977

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1 30House of Detention for Men (Rikers Island) [RESTRICTED] 1977-1978

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1 31House of Detention for Men (Rikers Island) Transfer [RESTRICTED] 1979-1980

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1 32Institutions Visiting Committee [RESTRICTED] 1977

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1 33Institutions Visiting Committee [RESTRICTED] 1977-1980

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1 34Institutions Visiting Committee [RESTRICTED] 1983-1984

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1 35Institutions Visiting Committee [RESTRICTED] 1983-1985

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1 36Institutions Visiting Committee [RESTRICTED] 1984

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1 37Institutions Visiting Committee - Meetings and Visits [RESTRICTED] 1979-1981

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1 38Institutions Visiting Committee - Seminar on Corrections [RESTRICTED] 1978

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1 39Institutions Visiting Committee - Training, Reports, and Correspondence [RESTRICTED] 1984

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1 40Institutions Visits - Donald Goff [RESTRICTED] 1962

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1 41Miscellaneous [RESTRICTED] ca. 1915, 1975, 1983, 1987

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1 42New York City Correctional Institute for Men [RESTRICTED] 1974-1975

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1 43New York City Correctional Institute for Women [RESTRICTED] 1975-1978

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1 44New York State Department of Corrections Guidelines [RESTRICTED] 1984-1985

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1 45On the City's Master Plan (House of Detention for Men) [RESTRICTED] 1980

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1 46On the City's Master Plan - Summary [RESTRICTED] 1983

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1 47Prison-visiting Volunteers [RESTRICTED] 1977

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1 48Ossining Correctional Facility - "Sing Sing" [RESTRICTED] 1977

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1 49Queensborough Correctional Facility [RESTRICTED] 1978

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2 1Queens House of Detention [RESTRICTED] 1978

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2 2Queens House of Detention - Branch [RESTRICTED] 1974-1975

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2 3Rikers Island Hospital [RESTRICTED] 1975

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2 4Southern Ohio Correctional Facility [RESTRICTED] 1977-1978

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2 5Tables [RESTRICTED] 1978

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2 6Taconic Correctional Facility [RESTRICTED] 1977

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2 7The Tombs [RESTRICTED] 1977-1978

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2 8The Tombs - Study Report [RESTRICTED] 1974-1978

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2 9Wallkill Correctional Facility [RESTRICTED] 1976-1978

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2 10Westchester County Visiting Committee [RESTRICTED] 1984

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2 11Woodfield Cottage and Detention Center [RESTRICTED] 1976
Quantity:  1 cubic foot

This series was created by the Association's Narcotics Committee, which apparently kept its records separate from other material generated by members of the Board of Directors. It contains reports, pamphlets, articles, brochures, memoranda, news clippings, and some correspondence. Among the subjects covered are: the New York State [?] Narcotics Addiction Control Commission, drug rehabilitation programs, the Federal Bureau of Narcotics, and methadone maintenance programs.

Arranged alphabetically.

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1 1Marijuana1961-1972

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1 2Methadone1965-1973

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1 3Methadone1970

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1 4Narcotics - Articles 1962-1971
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1 5Narcotics - Glasgow1967

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1 6Narcotics Addiction Control Commission - New York State1967

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1 7Narcotics Addiction Control Commission - Folder 11966-1969

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1 8Narcotics Addiction Control Commission - Folder 21966-1972

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1 9Narcotics Addiction Rehabilitation - Folder 11971-1973

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1 10Narcotics Addiction Rehabilitation - Folder 21965-1972

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1 11Narcotics Committee Correspondence1965-1972

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1 12Narcotics, Federal Bureau of1949-1972
Quantity: 1.66 cubic ft.

This series contains material created or collected by Correctional Association staffers responsible for operating programs that furnished direct services to inmates and their families. The Association's Family Services Bureau, Legal Services Bureau, and Social Services Bureau were long-term programs that were phased out during the late 1970s and early 1980s. Programs established during the 1980s were grant-funded demonstration projects designed to encourage emulation; the Association did not have the financial resources needed to sustain long-term social service programs. Of interest particular interest is the Association's short-term program to furnish counseling services to young offenders sent to the Adolescent Reception and Detention Center on Rikers Island (1981-1982). Also of interest are the documents generated in connection with the Association's efforts to establish an Ombudsman Program (1972-1973) and the ensuing resistance of Governor Nelson Rockefeller and state corrections officials.

Arranged alphabetically.

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1 1Adolescent Reception and Detention Center [RESTRICTED] 1982

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1 2Adolescent Reception and Detention Center - Application and Contracts [RESTRICTED] 1980-1982

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1 3Adolescent Reception and Detention Center - Correctional Association Task Force [RESTRICTED] 1981

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1 4Adolescent Reception and Detention Center - Correspondence [RESTRICTED] 1981-1982

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1 5Adolescent Reception and Detention Center - Correspondence - Key, K. Michael (Counselor) [RESTRICTED] 1981

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1 6Adolescent Reception and Detention Center - Counseling Project [RESTRICTED] 1981

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1 7Adolescent Reception and Detention Center - Counselors' Reports [RESTRICTED] 1981

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1 8Adolescent Reception and Detention Center - Foundation Appeal [RESTRICTED] 1981-1982

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1 9Adolescent Reception and Detention Center - Freggans, Richard [RESTRICTED] 1982

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1 10Adolescent Reception and Detention Center - Monthly Statistics [RESTRICTED] 1981

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1 11Adolescent Reception and Detention Center - Orientation Booklet [RESTRICTED] 1981

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1 12Adolescent Reception and Detention Center - Resumes/Personnel [RESTRICTED] 1980?

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1 13Adolescent Reception and Detention Center - Statistical Data Forms [RESTRICTED] 1981-1982

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1 14Adolescent Reception and Detention Center - Status Report [RESTRICTED] 1981

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1 15Adolescent Reception and Detention Center - Vouchers [RESTRICTED] 1981-1983

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1 16Adolescent Reception and Detention Center - Women Offenders Report [RESTRICTED] 1981?

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1 17Children of Offenders Program - Law Enforcement Assistance Administration [RESTRICTED] 1976-1977

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1 18Children of Offenders Program - Law Enforcement Assistance Administration [RESTRICTED] 1976-1980

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1 19Children of Offenders Program - Law Enforcement Assistance Administration [RESTRICTED] 1978

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1 20Children of Offenders Program - Law Enforcement Assistance Administration - Grant Proposal [RESTRICTED] 1976-1977

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1 21Children of Offenders Program - Law Enforcement Assistance Administration - Grant Proposal and Budget [RESTRICTED] 1976-1977

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1 22Family Prison Visiting Program [RESTRICTED] 1967-1974

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1 23Family Services Bureau - Christmas [RESTRICTED] 1967-1980

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1 24Family Services Bureau - Correspondence [RESTRICTED] 1970-1974

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1 25Legal Services Bureau - Interim Reports [RESTRICTED] 1971-1974

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1 26Legal Services Bureau - Reports [RESTRICTED] 1974-1975

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1 27Ombudsman [RESTRICTED] 1972-1973

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1 28Ombudsman - Bedford Hills [RESTRICTED] 1972-1973

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1 29Ombudsman - News Clippings [RESTRICTED] 1972-1973

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1 30Ombudsman - Committee [RESTRICTED] 1972

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1 31Ombudsman - Correspondence [RESTRICTED] 1972-1973

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1 32Ombudsman - Fundraising [RESTRICTED] 1972

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1 33Ombudsman - Program Agencies [RESTRICTED] 1969-1972

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1 34Ombudsman - Program Agencies [RESTRICTED] 1971-1978

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2 1Ombudsman - Proposal [RESTRICTED] 1972

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2 2Proposal - Alcoholism Program [RESTRICTED] ca. 1980

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2 3Proposal - Lengthy Detention Program [RESTRICTED] 1974

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2 4Social Services [RESTRICTED] 1977-1981

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2 5Social Services - Correspondence - Friedlander, Shelley (Director) [RESTRICTED] 1975-1976

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2 6Social Services - Correspondence - Friedlander, Shelley [RESTRICTED] 1977
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3 1Social Services - Correspondence - Friedlander, Shelley [RESTRICTED] 1978

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3 2Social Services - Correspondence - Friedlander, Shelley [RESTRICTED] 1979-1981

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3 3Social Services - Reports [RESTRICTED] 1973-1981
Quantity: 3.33 cubic ft.

This series consists of material created or collected by Correctional Association staffers and board members engaged in short-term projects designed to produce written reports about various aspects of the correctional system; copies of many of these reports are included. Of particular interest are the Case Histories Project (1983-1985), Idle Time Project (1981-1985), and the Prison and Jail Conditions Project (1982-1986), which entailed extensive surveys of conditions and inmate programs available in New York State correctional facilities and generated correspondence and other material from inmates. Also of note is the Prison Mental Hygiene Project (1985-1988) that documents the programs and resources then available to prisoners with mental illness and developmental disabilities. Two of the projects, the State Planning Project (1981-1982) and the Prison Overcrowding Project (1982-1984), concern crowding in prisons and alternatives to new prison construction. This series also contains material generated in connection with the AIDS in Prison Project (1985-1988), the Budget Education Project (1983-1985), the Latino Project (1985-1988), and proposals for several other projects that the Association did not complete.

Arranged alphabetically.

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1 1AIDS in Prison Project [RESTRICTED] 1985-1987

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1 2AIDS in Prison Project [RESTRICTED] 1988

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1 3Budget Education Project [RESTRICTED] 1982

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1 4Budget Education Project [RESTRICTED] 1983-1985

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1 5Budget Education Project - Allies [RESTRICTED] 1984

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1 6Budget Education Project - Allies - State and City [RESTRICTED] 1984-1985

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1 7Budget Education Project - Batch Application [RESTRICTED] 1985

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1 8Budget Education Project - Calculations [RESTRICTED] 1978-1984

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1 9Budget Education Project - Correspondence [RESTRICTED] 1983-1984

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1 10Budget Education Project - Correspondence [RESTRICTED] 1983-1985

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1 11Budget Education Project - Correspondence [RESTRICTED] 1983-1986

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1 12Budget Education Project - Correspondence [RESTRICTED] 1985-1986

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1 13Budget Education Project - Correspondence - New York City Office of Management and Budget [RESTRICTED] 1984

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1 14Budget Education Project - Cost of Corrections [RESTRICTED] 1980-1983

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1 15Budget Education Project - Counterbudget [RESTRICTED] 1983-1985

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1 16Budget Education Project - "Hidden Costs of Incarceration" - Correspondence [RESTRICTED] 1984

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1 17Budget Education Project - "Hidden Costs of Incarceration" - Media [RESTRICTED] 1984-1985

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1 18Budget Education Project - Matthias, Robert [RESTRICTED] 1985

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1 19Budget Education Project - New York City Jail Crisis [RESTRICTED] 1984

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1 20Budget Education Project - New York City Jail Crisis - Correspondence [RESTRICTED] 1984

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1 21Budget Education Project - New York City Jail Crisis - Correspondence [RESTRICTED] 1984-1985

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1 22Budget Education Project - Monthly Financial Reports [RESTRICTED] 1984

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1 23Budget Education Project - Number 2 [RESTRICTED] 1985-1987

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1 24Budget Education Project - Prison Operating Costs [RESTRICTED] 1983-1985

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1 25Budget Education Project - Prison Operating Costs - Press Release [RESTRICTED] 1984

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1 26Budget Education Project - Proposal [RESTRICTED] 1983-1984

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1 27Budget Education Project - Proposal [RESTRICTED] 1984

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1 28Budget Education Project - Public Safety [RESTRICTED] 1983

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1 29Budget Education Project - Statewide Youth Advocates [RESTRICTED] 1984-1985

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1 30Budget Education Project - Steelman, Diane [RESTRICTED] 1983

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1 31Budget Education Project - Steelman, Diane - Reports [RESTRICTED] 1984

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1 32Budget Education Project - What Price Safety? [RESTRICTED] 1983

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1 33Case Histories Project [RESTRICTED] 1985

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1 34Case Histories Project - Correspondence [RESTRICTED] 1983-1985

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1 35Case Histories Project - Do They Belong in Prison? [RESTRICTED] 1985

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1 36Case Histories Project - Do They Belong in Prison? - Advance Copies Correspondence [RESTRICTED] 1985

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1 37Case Histories Project - Do They Belong in Prison - Advance Copy [RESTRICTED] 1985

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1 38Case Histories Project - Proposal [RESTRICTED] 1982/1985

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1 39Case Histories Project - Release Forms [RESTRICTED] 1985

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1 40Idle Time Project - "Doing Idle Time" [RESTRICTED] 1984

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1 41Idle Time Project - "Doing Idle Time" - Correspondence [RESTRICTED] 1984

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1 42Idle Time Project - "Doing Idle Time" - Interviews and Correspondence [RESTRICTED] 1983-1984

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1 43Idle Time Project - "Doing Idle Time" - Report Mailing List and Correspondence [RESTRICTED] 1984

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1 44Idle Time Project - "Doing Idle Time" - Press Coverage [RESTRICTED] 1984

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1 45Idle Time Project - Other States [RESTRICTED] 1983

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1 46Idle Time Project - Proposal and Correspondence [RESTRICTED] 1983-1984

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1 47Idle Time Project - Prison Alcohol Programs [RESTRICTED] 1983

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1 48Idle Time Project - Survey - Adirondack Correctional Facility [RESTRICTED] 1983

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1 49Idle Time Project - Survey - Albion [RESTRICTED] 1983

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1 50Idle Time Project - Arthur Kill [RESTRICTED] 1980-1983

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1 51Idle Time Project - Survey - Auburn [RESTRICTED] 1982-1983

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1 52Idle Time Project - Survey - Bayview [RESTRICTED] 1983-1986

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1 53Idle Time Project - Survey - Bedford Hills [RESTRICTED] 1983-1986

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1 54Idle Time Project - Survey - Clinton [RESTRICTED] 1983

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1 55Idle Time Project - Survey - Collins [RESTRICTED] 1983

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1 56Idle Time Project - Survey - Coxsackie [RESTRICTED] 1981-1983

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1 57Idle Time Project - Survey - Downstate [RESTRICTED] 1983

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1 58Idle Time Project - Survey - Eastern/Naponoch [RESTRICTED] 1982-1986

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1 59Idle Time Project - Survey - Elmira [RESTRICTED] 1982-1983

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1 60Idle Time Project - Survey - Fishkill [RESTRICTED] 1981-1983

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1 61Idle Time Project - Survey - Great Meadow/Comstock [RESTRICTED] 1982-1985

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1 62Idle Time Project - Survey - Green Haven [RESTRICTED] 1983

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1 63Idle Time Project - Survey - Groveland [RESTRICTED] 1983

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1 64Idle Time Project - Survey - Hudson [RESTRICTED] 1983

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1 65Idle Time Project - Survey - Lincoln [RESTRICTED] 1983

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1 66Idle Time Project - Survey - Long Island/Pilgrim/Brentwood [RESTRICTED] 1983-1985

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1 67Idle Time Project - Survey - Mid - Orange [RESTRICTED] 1982-1985

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1 68Idle Time Project - Survey - Ogdensburg [RESTRICTED] 1983

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1 69Idle Time Project - Survey - Otisville [RESTRICTED] 1982-1985

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1 70Idle Time Project - Survey - Sing Sing (Ossining) [RESTRICTED] 1922-1984

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1 71Idle Time Project - Survey - Survey - Taconic [RESTRICTED] 1983

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1 72Idle Time Project - Survey - Wallkill [RESTRICTED] 1982-1983

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1 73Idle Time Project - Survey - Watertown [RESTRICTED] 1983

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1 74Idle Time Project - Survey - Woodburne [RESTRICTED] 1983

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2 1Latino Project [RESTRICTED] 1985-1987

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2 2Latino Project - Impact of Prison on Inner City Black and Latino Communities [RESTRICTED] 1987

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2 3New York City Pretrial Detention Project [RESTRICTED] 1982

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2 4Prison and Jail Conditions Project [RESTRICTED] 1982-1986

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2 5Prison and Jail Conditions Project - Director Search [RESTRICTED] 1983

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2 6Prison and Jail Conditions Project - Meeting Announcements [RESTRICTED] 1984

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2 7Prison and Jail Conditions Project - Neglected Population - Bayview Advisory Board [RESTRICTED] 1985

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2 8Prison and Jail Conditions Project - Neglected Population - Commissioner's Response [RESTRICTED] 1985

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2 9Prison and Jail Conditions Project - Neglected Population - Correspondence [RESTRICTED] 1985

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2 10Prison and Jail Conditions Project - Neglected Population - Requests [RESTRICTED] 1985

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2 11Prison and Jail Conditions Project - Neglected Population: Women Prisoners at Bayview [RESTRICTED] 1985

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2 12Prison and Jail Conditions Project - Outline [RESTRICTED] 1984

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2 13Prison and Jail Conditions Project - Policymaker Education [RESTRICTED] 1983

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2 14Prison and Jail Conditions Project - Potler, Cathy - Correspondence [RESTRICTED] 1983-1985

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2 15Prison and Jail Conditions Project - Potler, Cathy - Correspondence [RESTRICTED] 1984

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2 16Prison and Jail Conditions Project - Potler, Cathy - Correspondence [RESTRICTED] 1985

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2 17Prison and Jail Conditions Project - Potler, Cathy - Reports [RESTRICTED] 1983-1984

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2 18Prison and Jail Conditions Project - Proposal and Budget [RESTRICTED] 1982-1983

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2 19Prison and Jail Conditions Project - Proposal [RESTRICTED] 1984

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2 20Prison and Jail Conditions Project - State of the Prisons [RESTRICTED] 1986

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2 21Prison and Jail Conditions Project - Third Year Proposal [RESTRICTED] 1986?

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2 22Prison Mental Hygiene and AIDS Projects - Public Officials [RESTRICTED] 1987

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2 23Prison Mental Hygiene Project [RESTRICTED] 1987

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2 24Prison Mental Hygiene Project [RESTRICTED] 1988

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2 25Prison Mental Hygiene Project - Alliance for the Mentally Ill of Westchester County [RESTRICTED] 1988

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2 26Prison Mental Hygiene Project - AMI Interviews [RESTRICTED] 1988

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2 27Prison Mental Hygiene Project - Attica - Eng v. Smith [RESTRICTED] 1986-1987

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2 28Prison Mental Hygiene Project - Background Reports [RESTRICTED] 1979-1981

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2 29Prison Mental Hygiene Project - Crime and Mental Illness [RESTRICTED] 1986

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2 30Prison Mental Hygiene Project - Deinstitutionalization [RESTRICTED] 1978-1987

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2 31Prison Mental Hygiene Project - Epilepsy [RESTRICTED] 1982-1985

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2 32Prison Mental Hygiene Project - Ex-mental Patients in Criminal Justice System [RESTRICTED] 1983

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2 33Prison Mental Hygiene Project - General [RESTRICTED] 1986

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2 34Prison Mental Hygiene Project - Grants and Budget [RESTRICTED] 1987

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2 35Prison Mental Hygiene Project - Media [RESTRICTED] 1987

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2 36Prison Mental Hygiene Project - Mental Health Alternatives to Incarceration Program [RESTRICTED] 1988

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2 37Prison Mental Hygiene Project - Mental Health Literature [RESTRICTED] 1987

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2 38Prison Mental Hygiene Project - Mental Health - Westchester County [RESTRICTED] 1988

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2 39Prison Mental Hygiene Project - Mentally Impaired Prisoners [RESTRICTED] 1979-1987

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2 40Prison Mental Hygiene Project - Mentally Impaired Prisoners - Commission on Quality of Care for the Mentally Disabled [RESTRICTED] 1985-1987

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2 41Prison Mental Hygiene Project - Mentally Impaired Prisoners - Connelly/Feldman Report [RESTRICTED] 1988

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2 42Prison Mental Hygiene Project - Mentally Impaired Prisoners - Feldman Report [RESTRICTED] 1988

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2 43Prison Mental Hygiene Project - Mentally Impaired Prisoners - H.E.L.P. and Other Family Groups [RESTRICTED] 1985-1987

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2 44Prison Mental Hygiene Project - Mentally Impaired Prisoners - Legislative Hearings [RESTRICTED] 1986-1987

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2 45Prison Mental Hygiene Project - Mentally Impaired Prisoners - Meeting [RESTRICTED] ca. 1985

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2 46Prison Mental Hygiene Project - Mentally Impaired Prisoners - Mentally Impaired in New York's Prisons [RESTRICTED] 1987

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2 47Prison Mental Hygiene Project - Mentally Impaired Prisoners - Mentally Impaired in New York's Prisons - Reactions to Report [RESTRICTED] 1986-1987

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2 48Prison Mental Hygiene Project - Mentally Impaired Prisoners - Other State Programs [RESTRICTED] 1986

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2 49Prison Mental Hygiene Project - Mentally Impaired Prisoners - Prisoners' Legal Services, etc. [RESTRICTED] 1985-1987

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2 50Prison Mental Hygiene Project - Mentally Impaired Prisoners - Problems and Treatment [RESTRICTED] 1980-1985

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2 51Prison Mental Hygiene Project - Mentally Impaired Prisoners - Report Mailing List, etc. [RESTRICTED] 1986-1987

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2 52Prison Mental Hygiene Project - Mentally Impaired Prisoners - Retarded Offenders [RESTRICTED] 1973-1982

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2 53Prison Mental Hygiene Project - Mentally Impaired Prisoners - Steelman, Diane - Correspondence [RESTRICTED] 1985-1986

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2 54Prison Mental Hygiene Project - Mentally Impaired Prisoners - Texas - Ruiz v. Estelle [RESTRICTED] 1984-1986

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3 1Prison Mental Hygiene Project - Miscellaneous [RESTRICTED] 1985-1987

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3 2Prison Mental Hygiene Project - New York City Jails [RESTRICTED] 1983-1986

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3 3Prison Mental Hygiene Project - New York State Mental Health System [RESTRICTED] 1984-1987

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3 4Prison Mental Hygiene Project - New York State Office of Mental Health Forensic Services [RESTRICTED] 1983-1986

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3 5Prison Mental Hygiene Project - New York State Office of Mental Health Forensic Services [RESTRICTED] 1985-1986

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3 6Prison Mental Hygiene Project - New York State Office of Mental Health - Level of Care Study [RESTRICTED] 1986-1987

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3 7Prison Mental Hygiene Project - New York State Prisons - General [RESTRICTED] 1985-1986

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3 8Prison Mental Hygiene Project - Notes [RESTRICTED] 1988

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3 9Prison Mental Hygiene Project - Other Research Projects [RESTRICTED] 1987

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3 10Prison Mental Hygiene Project - Outline [RESTRICTED] 1988

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3 11Prison Mental Hygiene Project - Parole [RESTRICTED] 1985-1986

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3 12Prison Mental Hygiene Project - Proposal Summary [RESTRICTED] 1988

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3 13Prison Mental Hygiene Project - Retreat [RESTRICTED] 1986-1987

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3 14Prison Mental Hygiene Project - Retreat/Colloquium [RESTRICTED] 1986-1987

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3 15Prison Mental Hygiene Project - Survey - Attica [RESTRICTED] 1985-1987

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3 16Prison Mental Hygiene Project - Survey - Auburn [RESTRICTED] 1984-1985

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3 17Prison Mental Hygiene Project - Survey - Bedford Hills [RESTRICTED] 1981-1987

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3 18Prison Mental Hygiene Project - Survey - Central New York Psychiatric Center [RESTRICTED] 1986

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3 19Prison Mental Hygiene Project - Survey - Clinton [RESTRICTED] 1983-1985

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3 20Prison Mental Hygiene Project - Survey - Downstate [RESTRICTED] 1982-1986

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3 21Prison Mental Hygiene Project - Survey - Elmira [RESTRICTED] 1985

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3 22Prison Mental Hygiene Project - Survey - Fishkill [RESTRICTED] 1986

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3 23Prison Mental Hygiene Project - Survey - Great Meadow/Comstock [RESTRICTED] 1982-1986

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3 24Prison Mental Hygiene Project - Survey - Green Haven [RESTRICTED] 1978-1985

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3 25Prison Mental Hygiene Project - Survey - Sing Sing (Ossining) [RESTRICTED] 1984-1985

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3 26Prison Mental Hygiene Project - Survey - Sullivan [RESTRICTED] 1986

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3 27Prison Mental Hygiene Project - Survey - Wende [RESTRICTED] 1985-1987

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3 28Prison Mental Hygiene Project - TASC (Treatment Alternatives to Street Crime, Westchester County) [RESTRICTED] 1988

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3 29Prison Mental Hygiene Project - TASC [RESTRICTED] 1988?

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3 30Prison Mental Hygiene Project - TASC - Interview Questions [RESTRICTED] 1988

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3 31Prison Mental Hygiene Project - TASC - Interview with H. Goldstein [RESTRICTED] 1986

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3 32Prison Mental Hygiene Project - TASC - Interviews [RESTRICTED] 1988

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3 33Prison Mental Hygiene Project - TASC - Probation Agreement [RESTRICTED] 1988

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3 34Prison Mental Hygiene Project - TASC - Program Narrative [RESTRICTED] 1988?

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3 35Prison Mental Hygiene Project - TASC - Staff Meeting [RESTRICTED] 1988

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3 36Prison Mental Hygiene Project - TASC - Statistics [RESTRICTED] 1987

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3 37Prison Mental Hygiene Project - Unsuccessful Funding Proposals [RESTRICTED] 1986-1987

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3 38Prison Overcrowding Project [RESTRICTED] 1982

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3 39Prison Overcrowding Project [RESTRICTED] 1983

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3 40Prison Overcrowding Project - News Clippings [RESTRICTED] 1983-1984

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3 41Prison Overcrowding Project - Personnel Search [RESTRICTED] 1982

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3 42Prison Overcrowding Project - Press Releases and Testimony [RESTRICTED] 1983

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3 43Prison Overcrowding Project - Proposals [RESTRICTED] 1982

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3 44Prison Overcrowding Project - Questions and Answers [RESTRICTED] 1982-1984

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3 45Prison Overcrowding Project - Vermeulen, Jean - Correspondence [RESTRICTED] 1983

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3 46Prison Overcrowding Project - Vermeulen, Jean - Correspondence [RESTRICTED] 1983-1984
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3 47Prison Overcrowding Project - Vermeulen, Jean - Correspondence [RESTRICTED] 1985

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3 48Prison Overcrowding Project - Vermeulen, Jean - Reports [RESTRICTED] 1983-1984

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3 49Prison Overcrowding Project - Vermeulen, Jean - Testimony on Determinate Sentencing [RESTRICTED] 1985

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3 50Prison Overcrowding/Public Policy Project [RESTRICTED] 1975-1987

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3 51Project Summaries [RESTRICTED] 1983

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3 52Project Summaries and Analyses [RESTRICTED] 1980-1982

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3 53Proposed Project - Prisoner's Rights Litigation [RESTRICTED] 1980

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3 54Proposed Project - Visits to Institutions and Field Services [RESTRICTED] 1974

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3 55Proposed Projects [RESTRICTED] 1974

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3 56Proposed Projects - Concept Papers [RESTRICTED] ca. 1985

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3 57State Planning Project [RESTRICTED] 1980-1981

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4 1State Planning Project - Clark Foundation [RESTRICTED] 1981-1982

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4 2State Planning Project - Pochoda, Dan - Correspondence [RESTRICTED] 1981-1982

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4 3State Planning Project - Prison Population Explosion - Advance Copies Mailed [RESTRICTED] 1982

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4 4State Planning Project - Prison Population Explosion - Correspondence [RESTRICTED] 1982-1984

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4 5State Planning Project - Prison Population Explosion in New York State [RESTRICTED] 1982

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4 6State Planning Project - Prison Population Explosion - Report Mailing [RESTRICTED] 1982

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4 7State Planning Project - Prison Population Explosion [RESTRICTED] 1982
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4 8State Planning Project - Resource Materials [RESTRICTED] 1975-1981

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4 9State Planning Project - Resumes [RESTRICTED] 1981

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4 10State Planning Project - Rikers Island [RESTRICTED] 1983

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4 11State Planning Project - Vouchers [RESTRICTED] 1981-1982
Quantity: 11 cubic ft.

This series consists of a wide array of material concerning correctional facility operations, criminal law and the criminal courts, juvenile offenders, rehabilitation programs, and other subjects in which the Correctional Association was interested. Documents include published reports, news clippings, newsletters of other organizations, affidavits, and brochures. Correspondence from various Correctional Association personnel is scattered throughout this series. Most of it is routine (e.g., requests for copies of reports), but some of the files dating from the 1960s contain copies of letters detailing specific aspects of New York State criminal law and correctional facility policies.

Arranged alphabetically.

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1 1Ad Hoc Committee on Gun Control [RESTRICTED] 1967-1970

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1 2Advisory Committee on Criminal Sanctions, Report, Part I [RESTRICTED] 1982

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1 3After Ossining: A Legislative Response with Recommendations [RESTRICTED] 1984

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1 4AIDS in Correctional Facilities: Issues and Options [RESTRICTED] 1986

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1 5Alabama - Psychological Assessment Services [RESTRICTED] 1978

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1 6Alcohol and Alcoholism: A Police Handbook [RESTRICTED] 1965

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1 7Alcoholism and the Administration of Justice [RESTRICTED] 1964

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1 8Alcoholism and Correction [RESTRICTED] 1965

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1 9Alcohol Ingestion, Alcoholism and Traffic Accidents [RESTRICTED] 1965

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1 10Alliance for a Safer New York [RESTRICTED] 1972

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1 11Alliance for a Safer New York - Jobs Committee [RESTRICTED] 1972

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1 12Alliance for a Safer New York - Jobs Committee [RESTRICTED] 1973

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1 13Alternative Sentencing [RESTRICTED] 1979-1981

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1 14Alternative Sentencing [RESTRICTED] 1982-1984

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1 15Alternative Sentencing - New York Center on Sentencing Alternatives [RESTRICTED] 1981-1982

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1 16Alternatives to Prison Report - Outline [RESTRICTED] 1986

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1 17-18American Bar Association [RESTRICTED] 1973-1984
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1 19American Correctional Association Winter Conference [RESTRICTED] 1987

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1 20American Prisons and Jails - ABT Report [RESTRICTED] 1981

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1 21Analysis of Actual Expenditures for New York State Prisons [RESTRICTED] 1986

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1 22Andrew Glover Youth Program [RESTRICTED] 1983-1988

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1 23Atlantic Mutual Insurance Company [RESTRICTED] 1984

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1 24Attica 1982: An Analysis of Current Conditions in New York State Prisons [RESTRICTED] 1982

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1 25Attica 1982 Report - C.A.'s Response to Commissioner's Criticism [RESTRICTED] 1982

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1 26Attica 1982 Report - Correspondence [RESTRICTED] 1982

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1 27Attica: A Report on Conditions [RESTRICTED] 1983, 1983

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1 28Attica Correctional Facility [RESTRICTED] 1982-1986

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1 29Background Paper on Narcotics Addiction [RESTRICTED] 1964

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1 30Bail [RESTRICTED] 1970-1973

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1 31Bail [RESTRICTED] 1987

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1 32Bail and Summons [RESTRICTED] 1965

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1 33-34Bail Bond [RESTRICTED] 1958-1974
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1 35Bail Project - Legal Aid [RESTRICTED] 1971

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1 36Behavioral Emergencies [RESTRICTED] 1983

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1 37Bibliographies [RESTRICTED] 1973-1983

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2 1Bloom and Gelb, Inc. [RESTRICTED] 1977

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2 2Board of Social Ministry [RESTRICTED] 1971

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2 3Bringing Criminal Administration out of the Dark [RESTRICTED] 1951

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2 4Bronx Correctional Facility - Proposed [RESTRICTED] 1983-1985

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2 5Budget Education Project - Toward a Crime Prevention Strategy [RESTRICTED] 1985

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2 6Budget Education Project - Toward a Crime Prevention Strategy - Correspondence [RESTRICTED] 1985

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