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Inventory of the California Council on Criminal Justice Records, 1968-74
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Folder F3869:1-37


Physical Description: 37ff.

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Arranged alphabetically by subject.
Contains correspondence with federal and state legislators, CCCJ members, and Attorney General's Office: policy decisions and administrative procedures; studies and reports of CCCJ committees (Allocation Strategy, Appeals, Criminal Justice Television, Planning Allocation, Regional Plan Review, State Planning, and Systematic Program Structure); files relating to evaluation, planning, and implementation of state and local criminal justice programs, and director's involvement in national organization of criminal justice planners. Files reflect the activities of three executive directors: Kai Martenson (1-69 to 1-70): E. G. Reimer (1-70 to 4-70): and Robert Lawson (4-70 to 1-74).
Folder F3869:38-57


Physical Description: 20ff.

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Arranged alphabetically by subject.
Contains speeches of LEAA administrators; policy and procedure memorandums; correspondence with LEAA national and regional offices, files of LEAA's National Institute of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice; special reports and studies; and evaluations of state criminal justice programs.
Folder F3869:58-79

3. MEETING FILES. 1968-73.

Physical Description: 22ff.

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Arranged chronologically by date of Council meeting.
Contains agendas, minutes, correspondence with LEAA officials and representatives of regional planning units, reports and minutes of executive and operations committees; status of pending legislation affecting CCCJ programs, registers of approved projects, and LEAA newsletter.
Folder F3869:80-133

4. SUBJECT FILES. 1968-74.

Physical Description: 54ff.

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Arranged alphabetically by subject.
Contains information on a wide range of topics relating to the administration of the CCCJ's programs. Major subjects include automation of criminal justice information systems (Project Search); evaluation of jail facilities; prison reform; drug abuse; investigation of CCCJ by state legislature (Crown Committee and Crown Report); crime legislation; project reports; juvenile delinquency; model cities program; and organized crime. File of newspaper clippings contains information on George Deukmejian, co-author of legislation that created the CCCJ.