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2007
Addressing the Needs of Juvenile Status Offenders and Their FamiliesTop  
 DVD: OJJDP Teleconference Series, January 2007. Highlights programs, practices, and policies that have shown promise in intervening with status offenders by reducing further offending, providing support to their families, and steering them toward a positive future. NCJ 216888.
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2005
Graduated Sanctions: An Effective Intervention Strategy for Addressing Delinquency VideoconferenceTop  
 Videotape/DVD: OJJDP Teleconference Series, March 2005. Highlights the efforts of OJJDP and the Juvenile Sanctions Center to support and implement effective graduated sanctions strategies. Videotape: NCJ 209016. DVD: NCJ 209017.
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Strategies, Programs and Resources To Prevent Truancy VideoconferenceTop  
 Videotape/DVD: OJJDP Teleconference Series, February 2005. Provided an overview of the issues addressed in the December 2004 conference "Partnering To Prevent Truancy: A National Priority." Videotape: NCJ 208807. DVD: NCJ 208806.
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2003
Working Together to Stop the Prostitution of Children VideoconferenceTop  
 Videotape/DVD: OJJDP Teleconference Series, December 2003. This videoconference, which originally aired on December 11, 2003, examined the challenges faced by policymakers, juvenile justice officials, and other youth service professionals who are concerned with the commercial sexual exploitation of children and youth. Videotape: NCJ 203280. DVD: NCJ 212279.
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Holding Up Both Ends of the Sky: Juvenile Justice Partners in Indian Country VideoconferenceTop  
 Videotape: OJJDP Teleconference Series, July 2003. Reviews the purpose, authority, background, and funding for OJJDP's Tribal Youth Program, which supports tribal efforts to prevent and control delinquency and improve juvenile justice systems. NCJ 200540.
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Community Responses to Truancy: Engaging Students in School VideoconferenceTop  
 Videotape: OJJDP Teleconference Series, April 2003. Reviews the collaborative process and provides examples of programs and communities that use the process in preventing or intervening in delinquecy, violence, substance abuse, and other problems. View the broadcast on the Juvenile Justice Teleconferencing Web site. NCJ 199584.
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Education, Disability and Juvenile Justice VideoconferenceTop  
 Videotape: OJJDP Teleconference Series, March 2003. Addresses the significance of prevention, education, and transition/aftercare in reducing the risk that youth with disabilities will become involved in the juvenile justice system. NCJ 199595.
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Mentoring Matters VideoconferenceTop  
 Videotape: OJJDP Teleconference Series, February 2003. Highlights the importance of mentoring as an effective approach to delinquency prevention; examines mentoring in community, faith-based, school, and work settings; and shares strategies for recruiting mentors effectively. NCJ 198416.
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2002
OJJDP Report: A Discussion with J. Robert Flores VideoconferenceTop  
 Videotape: OJJDP Teleconference Series, December 2002. Discusses research findings and initiatives, resources available through OJJDP, and program priorities, including child prostitution, disproportionate minority confinement, tribal youth programs, and truancy. NCJ 198155.
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School-Wide Education for Violence Prevention, VideoTop  
 Videotape: OJJDP Teleconference Series, April 2002. Highlights elements of schoolwide strategies deemed effective for violence prevention, including anger management, conflict resolution, social skills training, communications skills, and use of mediation, law enforcement, and legal services. NCJ 194032.
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Going Home: Serious and Violent Offender Reentry Initiative VideoconferenceTop  
 Videotape: OJJDP Teleconference Series, February 2002. Provides an overview of the Serious and Violent Offender Reentry Initiative and presents information about funding for the Initiative. NCJ 193384.
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2001
OJJDP: Direction and Focus for 2002 and Beyond VideoconferenceTop  
 Videotape: OJJDP Teleconference Series, December 2001. Presents the agency's Program Plan for 2002, which outlines future funding activities generated by several of the agency's congressional appropriations, and focuses on a new faith-based and community-based initiative. NCJ 191773.
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School Safety by Management and Design, VideoTop  
 Videotape: OJJDP Teleconference Series, October 2001. Features three ongoing demonstrations of school safety programs that are coordinated by Eastern Kentucky University, the Morehouse School of Medicine, and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. NCJ 191278.
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Balanced and Restorative Justice VideoconferenceTop  
 Videotape: OJJDP Teleconference Videotape Series, June 2001. Highlights some of the key principles involved in the balanced and restorative justice model. NCJ 188420.
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Mental Health Issues and Juvenile Justice VideoconferenceTop  
 Videotape: OJJDP Teleconference Series, April 2001. Highlights the inadequacy of mental healthcare in juvenile correctional facilities, barriers to providing adequate services, and ways in which the juvenile justice and mental health systems can collaborate to increase the level and quality of services. NCJ 188036.
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Employment and Training for Court-Involved Youth VideoconferenceTop  
 Videotape: OJJDP Teleconference Series, February 2001. Discusses key findings from the OJJDP Report Employment and Training for Court-Involved Youth, provides guidance in designing and implementing training programs that meet the needs of employers, and highlights promising programs and effective strategies for linking court-involved youth to the job market. NCJ 186403.
 
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2000
Child Delinquency: Early Intervention and Prevention VideoconferenceTop  
 Videotape: OJJDP Teleconference Series, November 2000. Presents key findings of OJJDP's Study Group on Very Young Offenders, features effective and promising intervention and prevention programs, analyzes the implications of dealing with seriously disruptive children in the preschool and early elementary school years. View the broadcast on the Juvenile Justice Teleconferencing Web site. NCJ 185594.
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Comprehensive Framework for School Violence Prevention VideoconferenceTop  
 Videotape: OJJDP Teleconference Series, October 2000. Presents a comprehensive approach to school safety that was developed by the Hamilton Fish Institute after extensive examination of and research on an array of approaches to preventing school violence and promoting school safety. View the broadcast on the Juvenile Justice Teleconferencing Web site. NCJ 184177.
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Combating Underage Drinking VideoconferenceTop  
 Videotape: OJJDP Teleconference Series, September 2000. Highlights health and social problems associated with underage drinking, shares model approaches to reduce underage drinking, and discusses federal funding opportunities and the roles of governmental and nongovernmental agencies. NCJ 184175.
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How Shall We Respond to the Dreams of Youth? VideoconferenceTop  
 Videotape: Teleconference Videotape Series, June 2000. Highlights effective interventions and model programs that serve the needs of troubled youth. NCJ 182438.
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Crowding in Juvenile Detention: A Problem Solving Approach VideoconferenceTop  
 Videotape: OJJDP Teleconference Series, April 2000. Addresses various approaches to solving the problem of crowding in juvenile detention facilities. NCJ 182295.
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Model Court Practices in Abuse and Neglect Cases VideoconferenceTop  
 Videotape: OJJDP Teleconference Series, February 2000. Shares model court practices for abused and neglected children, encourages the improvement of permanency planning for children, and presents methods of improved collaboration between the child welfare system and the dependency courts by illustrating working program models. NCJ 180961.
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1999
Online Safety for Children: A Primer for Parents and TeachersTop  
 Videotape: OJJDP Teleconference Series, November 1999. Addresses growing concerns about online safety and provides important information that parents and teachers can use to ensure that children are safe while they use the Internet. NCJ 178996.
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Promising Practices for Safe and Effective Schools VideoconferenceTop  
 Videotape: OJJDP Teleconference Series, September 1999. Provides information on effective approaches and practices that can improve school discipline, safety, and related academic results. NCJ 178908.
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What About Girls? Females and the Juvenile Justice System VideoconferenceTop  
 Videotape: OJJDP Teleconference Series, May 1999. Discusses gender-specific services that address the needs of at-risk girls and female juvenile offenders, examines various approaches and promising program models for girls, and identifies available resources that support gender-specific programming. NCJ 176364.
 
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1998
Juveniles and the Criminal Justice System VideoconferenceTop  
 Videotape: OJJDP Teleconference Series, December 1998. Examines trends in the prosecution of juveniles as adult criminal offenders and presents recent research on the impact of these trends on the justice system and incarcerated youth and implications for the future. NCJ 173944.
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White House Conference on School Safety: Causes and Prevention of Youth ViolenceTop  
 Videotape: Teleconference Videotape Series, October 1998. Covers the 1998 White House Conference on School Safety, including a policy address by President Clinton, panel discussions, and an audience participation session that explores best practices and model school safety strategies. NCJ 173399.
 
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Serious and Violent Juvenile Offenders: Risk Factors and Successful InterventionsTop  
 Videotape: Teleconference Videotape Series, September 1998. Examines a research report by OJJDP's Study Group on Serious and Violent Juvenile Offenders that discusses what is known about serious and violent offenders and how we can best prevent offending among high-risk youth and intervene in the lives of serious and violent juvenile offenders. NCJ 172860.
 
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Youth Courts: A National Movement VideoconferenceTop  
 Videotape: OJJDP Teleconference Series, May 1998. Examines the youth court concept as a potentially effective strategy in a graduated sanctions model for juvenile offenders and highlights effective practices in youth court programs. NCJ 171149.
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Protecting Children Online (2 part video)Top  
 Videotape: Teleconference Videotape Series, April 1998. Enables viewers to recognize the dangers posed by emerging online technology, find resources to assist law enforcement officials in resolving online crimes against children, and identify critical components of successful prevention programs. NCJ 170023.
 
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Comprehensive Juvenile Justice in State LegislaturesTop  
 Videotape: Teleconference Videotape Series, February 1998. Focuses on the concerns and strategies of state legislators in developing effective juvenile justice policy and highlights state legislative action, research findings, and promising programs that contribute to a comprehensive juvenile justice system. NCJ 169593.
 
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1997
Juvenile Offenders and Drug Treatment: Promising ApproachesTop  
 Videotape: Teleconference Videotape Series, December 1997. Publicizes promising strategies based on research in the field of substance abuse treatment for juvenile offenders and identifies the most important factors needed to treat drug-involved youth and prevent recovering youth from returning to drug abuse. NCJ 168617.
 
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Mentoring for Youth in Schools and CommunitiesTop  
 Videotape: Teleconference Videotape Series, September 1997. Provides community-based organizations with information and resources to build successful mentoring programs. NCJ 166376.
 
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Preventing Drug Abuse Among Youth: An Overview of Community-, Family-, and School-Based ProgramsTop  
 Videotape: Teleconference Videotape Series, June 1997. Features three proven community-based, family strengthening, and school-based initiatives that are being implemented to empower young people to avoid drug use: Life Skills Training Program, Strengthening Families Program; and San Bernardino Communities Against Drugs, Inc. NCJ 165583.
 
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Youth Gangs in America: An Overview of Suppression, Intervention, and Prevention ProgramsTop  
 Videotape: Teleconference Videotape Series, March 1997. Explores promising gang prevention, intervention, and suppression strategies being implemented throughout the nation. NCJ 164937.
 
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1996
Has the Juvenile Court Outlived Its Usefulness?Top  
 Videotape: Teleconference Videotape Series, December 1996. Examines the public debate over whether the juvenile justice system remains a relevant response to juvenile delinquency. NCJ 163929.
 
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Youth Out of the Education MainstreamTop  
 Videotape: Teleconference Videotape Series, October 1996. Discusses three components of the Youth Out of the Education Mainstream initiative—truancy, dropping out, and reintegration of youth—and showcases effective and promising programs that give youth the opportunity to become productive members of society. NCJ 163386.
 
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Reducing Youth Gun ViolenceTop  
 Videotape: Teleconference Videotape Series, August 1996. Summarizes the problem of juvenile gun violence, risk factors related to gun violence, and possible strategies to curb gun violence and illustrates promising programs. View the broadcast on the Juvenile Justice Teleconferencing Web site. NCJ 162421.
 
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Conflict Resolution for Youth: Programming for Schools, Youth-Serving Organizations, and Community and Juvenile Justice SettingsTop  
 Videotape: Teleconference Videotape Series, May 1996. Promotes conflict resolution strategies for schools, youth-serving organizations, and community and juvenile justice settings; discusses conflict resolution training and consultation resources; and highlights different approaches discussed in Conflict Resolution Education: A Guide to Implementing Programs in Schools, Youth-Serving Organizations, and Community and Juvenile Justice Settings. View the broadcast on the Juvenile Justice Teleconferencing Web site. NCJ 161416.
 
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Juvenile Boot CampsTop  
 Videotape: Teleconference Videotape Series, February 1996. Explores the characteristics, operational concepts, and implementation issues of juvenile boot camps; examines the Youth Development Program; and assesses the results of an OJJDP-funded evaluation, illustrating some changes that have been made as a result of the evaluation. View the broadcast on the Juvenile Justice Teleconferencing Web site. NCJ 160949.
 
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1995
Youth-Oriented Community Policing: National Satellite TeleconferenceTop  
 Videotape: Teleconference Videotape Series, December 1995. Discusses the characteristics of youth-oriented community policing and how it differs from general community-oriented policing and illustrates three unique and effective youth-oriented community policing programs. NCJ 160948.
 
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Effective Programs for Serious, Violent and Chronic Juvenile Offenders: An Examination of Three Model Interventions and Intensive Aftercare Initiatives: National Satellite TeleconferenceTop  
 Videotape: Teleconference Videotape Series, October 1995. Highlights three unique intervention strategies and provides information on the importance of effective intensive aftercare programs. NCJ 160947.
 
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Communities Working TogetherTop  
 Videotapes: Teleconference Videotape Series, June 1995. Reviews the collaborative process and provides examples of programs that communities that use the process in preventing or intervening in delinquency, violence, substance abuse and other problems. NCJ 160946.
 
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1993
Conditions of Confinement in Juvenile Detention and CorrectionsTop  
 Videotape: Teleconference Videotape Series, September 1993. Reviews the findings and recommendations of the 1993 Abt report on a nationwide study of confinement conditions in juvenile correctional facilities. NCJ 147531.