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Scientific field: Government & Administration >> Criminal Justice System Time period: 2017 - 2018 List of Priority-Certificates (in the above field) Top 100 ideas & discoveries (in the above field) List of Priority-Claims (Criminal Justice System) 1. Proposal for a new rule improving the review and release procedures of eligible non-violent offenders by the parole boards, by Alexander Vogel (January 10, 2016)   2. Proposal for a new procedural rule for monitoring probation officers and for reducing the conflict of interest affecting probation offices, by Lorena Wang (January 14, 2016)  3. A new method and policy for deterring criminals and criminal organizations from killing potential witnesses, by Trisha Price and Michael Sparks (January 19, 2016) 4. A new idea for a police procedural rule for performing arrests of fleeing suspects, by Tyrone Jackson and Serena Printz (January 23, 2016) 5. A new method and rule for avoiding conflicts of interests affecting private prison companies with regard to keeping inmates imprisoned longer than necessary, by Coney Booker (January 29, 2016)  6. An idea for a new procedural rule regarding police interrogations of juveniles and mentally incapacitated persons, by Patricia Allan and Michael MacMahon (February 2, 2016) 7. An idea for a new rule of evidence regarding the testimony of close relatives and friends of the defendant, by Catalina Zamora and Emiliano Vargas (February 9, 2016) 8. An idea for monitoring the treatment of inmates by the prison guards and for avoiding inmate abuse, by Deborah Cooley (February 14, 2016) 9. Proposal for a new rule improving the review and release procedures of eligible non-violent offenders by the parole boards, by Alexander Vogel (January 10, 2016)   10. Proposal for a new procedural rule for monitoring probation officers and for reducing the conflict of interest affecting probation offices, by Lorena Wang (January 14, 2016)  11. A new method and policy for deterring criminals and criminal organizations from killing potential witnesses, by Trisha Price and Michael Sparks (January 19, 2016) 12. A new idea for a police procedural rule for performing arrests of fleeing suspects, by Tyrone Jackson and Serena Printz (January 23, 2016) 13. A new method and rule for avoiding conflicts of interests affecting private prison companies with regard to keeping inmates imprisoned longer than necessary, by Coney Booker (January 29, 2016)  14. An idea for a new procedural rule regarding police interrogations of juveniles and mentally incapacitated persons, by Patricia Allan and Michael MacMahon (February 2, 2016) 15. An idea for a new rule of evidence regarding the testimony of close relatives and friends of the defendant, by Catalina Zamora and Emiliano Vargas (February 9, 2016) see all priority-claims in the above field (342 published priority-claims)
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