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    Commentary: Collaborative Problem Solving with Liquor Stores

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    This article appears exclusively in the online edition of the Alaska Justice Forum.This article recounts the history of a successful community-based collaborative problem-solving process in the Fairview neighborhood in Anchorage to resolve a seemingly intractable public disorder problem associated with two area liquor stores. The story is an example of the "co-production of public safety" — residents actively working together with police and others to solve neighborhood problems, rather than waiting passively for police or other government officials to find solutions. The author is a member of the leadership of the Fairview Community Council and an academic and researcher with expertise in using community partnerships to address public safety concerns.[Introduction] Angry Residents Demand Closure of Liquor Stores / FVCC Adopts Collaborative Process / Action and Assessment Plan / APD Monitors Liquor Stores / Opposing Liquor License / Co-Production of Public Safet

    UNHs Thompson School Holds Commencement Ceremony May 12

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    UNHs Drew Conroy Writes Definitive Book on Oxen

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    UNH\u27s Institute on Disability Awarded $720,000 Federal Grant To Help Identify Young Children Who Need Support

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    UNH Center On Adolescence Focuses On The Healthy Development Of Youth

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    Tickets Available for the Premier Student Organized Community Leader of the Year Ball

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    UNH Seeks Nominations for Community Leader of the Year Award

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    MEDIA ADVISORY UNH to unveil 12 foot high poinsettia tree at LOB

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    Renowned Scientist Stephen Jay Gould Speaks at UNH April 23

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    The Phoenician "permanent" display at the National Museum of Archaeology, Malta

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    In this article the author recounts how the Phoenician display came to be organised and finally exhibited. The author recounts that the team working on this project varied from academics to conservators to proof readers. In order to provide the best possible exhibit for the audience, a survey was also carried out and the information it provided was taken in consideration when drafting a story line for the exhibit.peer-reviewe
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