Alaska Justice Forum, Volume 20
The Spring 2003 issue of the Alaska Justice Forum focuses on immigration, with articles on operations of the former Immigration and Naturalization Services (INS) in Alaska (FY 1999–20010 and immigration court in Anchorage (1993–2002), the immigration consequences of criminal convictions, the reorganization of INS under the new Department of Homeland Security, and noncitizens among Anchorage arrestees.
The Summer 2003 issue of the Alaska Justice Forum features articles on findings from a survey of adult victims of crime in Anchorage, figures on correctional populations in Alaska and nationally, and visa protections for immigrant victims of crime.
The Fall 2003 issue of the Alaska Justice Forum focuses on public satisfaction in Anchorage related to public services and policing, with articles on results of a survey of Anchorage residents in relation to police performance, emergency medical services, public transportation, snow removal and schools; and furhter information on public satisfaction with Anchorage police derived from the Anchorage Adult Criminal Victimization Survey.
The Winter 2004 issue of the Alaska Justice Forum features articles on forcible rapes and sexual assaults reported to Anchorage Police Department in 2000–2001, the growth of prison populations in the U.S., a review of an Alaska Judicial Council study of felony case process, options for indigent defense in Alaska, and dispositions of sexual asssault cases in Alaska.