II. LINKING CRIME CHALLENGES IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY.
3. International Terrorism and the United States, Edith E. Flynn.
4. Gangs: Origins, Status, Community Responses, and Policy Implications, Kenneth J. Peak.
5. The Situation of Crime Victims in the Early Decades of the Twenty-First Century, Andrew Karmen.
6. Looking for a New Approach to an Old Problem: The Future of Obscenity and Pornography, Jay S. Albanese.
7. Murder and Mayhem in the Media: Public Perceptions (and Misperceptions) of Crime and Criminality, Charles B. Field and Robert A. Jerin.
III. POLICING NOW AND INTO THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY.
9. The Influence of Community in Community Policing in the Twenty-First Century, Michael J. Palmiotto.
10. Legal Issues in Policing, Robert J. Meadows.
IV. THE COURTS AND FUTURE INTERPRETATION OF LAW.
12. The Bill of Rights in the Twenty-First Century, Alexander B. Smith and Harriet Pollack.
13. A Study of the Criminal Motivations of Sentenced Jail Inmates, Robert J. Meadows and Kimberly L. Ankin.
V. TECHNOLOGY AND THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY.
15. The Technoeconomic Revolution: Reengineering Criminal Justice Organizations and Workplaces, Rosemary L. Gido.
16. Prosecuting Environmental Crime in the Twenty-First Century, Donald J. Rebovich.
17. Impact of Computer Based Technologies on Criminal Justice: Transition to the Twenty-First Century, William G. Archambeault.
VI. CORRECTIONAL ISSUES OF THE FUTURE.
19. The Reproduction of Violence in American Prisons, Michael Welch.
20. Correctional Health Care Now and into the Twenty-First Century, James M. Tesoriero and Malcolm L. McCullough.
21. Sentencing into the Twenty-First Century: Sentence Enhancement and Life Without Parole, Etta Morgan-Sharp and Robert T. Sigler.
VII. GENDER AND RACE ISSUES: NOW AND INTO THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY.
23. The Administration of Justice Based on Gender and Race, Etta Morgan-Sharp.
24. The Next Generation: Women in Policing in the Twenty-First Century, Donna C. Hale and Mark M. Lanier.
25. HIV Related Issues for Incarcerated Women in the Twenty-First Century: Statistical, Medicinal, and Theoretical, Mark M. Lanier.