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Falls Church, VA 22015 (phone, 202756-6183); some of the Immigration and Naturalization Service district offices; the U.S. attorneys principal offices as shown on page 367; and the National Institute of Justice, 9th Floor, 633 Indiana Avenue NW., Washington, DC 20531 (phone, 202-724-5883).

Publications and Films

FBI: The First 75 Years, issued by the FBI in pamphlet form, is available free of charge.

The Annual Report of the Attorney General of the United States is published each year by the Department of Justice, Washington, DC 20530.

The Annual Report, Immigration and Naturalization Service, is available from the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402.

Approximately 15 textbooks on citizenship, consisting of teachers manuals and student textbooks at various reading levels, are distributed free to public schools for applicants for citizenship and are on sale to all others from the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402. Contact the Central Office, Immigration and Naturalization Service, 425 I Street NW., Washington, DC 20536, or any regional office for additional information.

Guidelines for Effective Human Relations Commissions, Annual Report of the Community Relations Service, What Is CRS, Conflict Resolution Program, and Activities Relating to the Desegregation of Public Schools are available upon request from the Public Information Office, Community Relations Service, Department of Justice, Washington, DC 20530.

A limited number of drug educational films are available, free of charge, to civic, educational, private, and religious groups.

A selection of pamphlets and brochures is available. The most widely requested publications are: DEA Fact Sheets, on the drug problem, enforcement role, and other useful information; and Drugs of Abuse, an

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agencies, courts, criminal justice planners, juvenile justice practitioners, community crime prevention groups, and others needing information for planning and problem solving in criminal justice can refer to an international information service specially designed to assist the justice community.

The National Institute of Justice's National Criminal Justice Reference Service (NCJRS) provides information from its computerized data base system free or at a minimal cost to users through a variety of products and services including the bimonthly NIJ Reports, which contains abstracts of significant additions to the data base and pertinent information and a Calendar of Events announcing upcoming training courses and conferences; selected hardcopy documents upon request; three types of data base search packages; various microfiche products; and referrals to other information sources. NCJRS also operates the National Victims Resource Center and the National Dispute Resolution Resource Center.

Organizations and individuals may register to receive information from the National Criminal Justice Reference Service by writing or calling the National Institute of Justice/NCJRS, Box 6000, Rockville, MD 20850. Phone, 301-2515500 or toll free, 800-851-3420.

Juvenile justice and statistical information is available from NCJRS' Juvenile Justice Clearinghouse, phone, 800-638-8736; and the Justice Statistics Clearinghouse, phone, 800-732-3277. Small Business Activities Contract information for small businesses can be obtained from the Office of Small and

Disadvantaged Business Utilization,
Department of Justice, Tenth Street and

Pennsylvania Avenue NW., Washington,
DC 20530. Phone, 202-724-6271.

For further information concerning the Department of Justice, contact the Office of Public Affairs, Department of Justice, Constitution Avenue and Tenth Street NW., Washington, DC 20530. Phone, 202-633-2007.

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

200 Constitution Avenue NW., Washington, DC 20210 Phone, 202-523-8165

SECRETARY OF LABOR

Executive Assistant to the Secretary

Deputy Secretary

Associate Deputy Secretary

Associate Deputy Secretary

Director, Executive Secretariat

Director, Office of Small and Disadvantaged
Business Utilization

Executive Director, Administrative Appeals
Chief Administrative Law Judge

Chief Administrative Appeals Judge, Benefits
Review Board

Chairman, Employees Compensation Appeals
Board

Chairman, Wage Appeals Board

Director, DOL Academy

Director, Women's Bureau

Deputy Director

Inspector General

Deputy Inspector General

Assistant Secretary for Public and
Intergovernmental Affairs

Solicitor

Deputy Solicitor, National Operations
Deputy Solicitor, Regional Operations
Deputy Solicitor, Planning and Coordination
Director, Office of Management

Associate Solicitor, Employment and Training
Legal Services

Associate Solicitor, Fair Labor Standards
Associate Solicitor, Legislative and Legal

Counsel

Associate Solicitor, Labor-Management Laws
Associate Solicitor, Employee Benefits
Associate Solicitor, Occupational Safety and
Health

Associate Solicitor, Civil Rights

Associate Solicitor, Plan Benefits Security
Associate Solicitor, Mine Safety and Health
Associate Solicitor, Special Litigation
Associate Solicitor, Special Appellate and
Supreme Court Litigation

Assistant Secretary for Congressional Affairs
Deputy Assistant Secretary

ANN MCLAUGHLIN
GAY PIROZZI

DENNIS E. WHITFIELD
JERI ECKHART

MARY TINSLEY-RAUL
RUTH E. MORGENSTERN
WALTER C. TERRY

ELIZABETH CULBRETH
NAHUM LITT

ROBERT L. RAMSEY

MICHAEL J. Walsh

ALVIN BRAMOW

JANE SARTORI
SHIRLEY M. DENNIS
JILL HOUGHTON EMERY
J. BRIAN HYLAND
RAYMOND MARIA

DAVID F. DEMAREST, JR.

GEORGE R. SALEM
JERRY G. THORN

RONALD G. WHITING
JUDITH E. KRAMER
LYDIA G. LEEDS

CHARLES D. RAYMOND

MONICA GALLAGHER
SETH D. ZINMAN

JOHN F. DEPENBROCK
DONALD S. SHIRE
CYNTHIA ATTWOOD

JAMES D. HENRY
(VACANCY)

EDWARD P. CLAIR
DAVID H. FELDMAN
ALLEN H. FELDMAN

(VACANCY)

LYLE R. GRASER

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