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Delinquency Prevention: conflict resolution
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Conflict Resolution for Youth: Programming for Schools, Youth-Serving Organizations, and Community and Juvenile Justice Settings
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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Creating Safe and Drug-Free Schools: An Action Guide
Guide, September 1996. Presents background information on school safety; action steps for schools, parents, students, and community and business groups; and information briefs on topics such as truancy, alternative education programs for expelled students, and conflict resolution. 97 pages. NCJ 163064.
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Guide for Implementing the Comprehensive Strategy for Serious, Violent, and Chronic Juvenile Offenders
Guide, May 1995. Provides guidance and resources to help states, cities, and communities implement OJJDP's Comprehensive Strategy for Serious, Violent, and Chronic Juvenile Offenders. 269 pages. NCJ 153681.
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Guidelines for Juvenile Information Sharing
Report, October 2006. Provides comprehensive guidelines for State and local efforts to improve information sharing among key agencies involved with at-risk youth and juvenile offenders. Available online only. 37 pages. NCJ 215786.
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How Shall We Respond to the Dreams of Youth? Videoconference
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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Juvenile Justice Journal, Volume I, Number 2 (National Agenda for Children Issue)
Journal: Juvenile Justice Series, Fall/Winter 1993. Presents an interview with Attorney General Janet Reno in which she outlines the need for a national agenda for children. 40 pages. NCJ 145300.
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Juvenile Justice Journal, Volume VIII, Number 1 (School Violence Issue)
Journal: Juvenile Justice Series, June 2001. Examines the nature of school violence and reviews promising approaches to creating safe schools and resolving conflicts peacefully. 40 pages. NCJ 188158.
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OJJDP News @ a Glance, November/December 2011
Newsletter, November/December 2011. OJJDP's bimonthly newsletter presents notices of agency activities, recent publications, funding opportunities, and upcoming events. NCJ 236316
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OJJDP News @ a Glance, September/October 2010
Newsletter: OJJDP News @ a Glance, September/Octber 2010. Reports on the Attorney General's Defending Childhood initiative. The issue also includes special features on the September meeting of the Coordinating Council on Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention; arts programs that help at-risk and delinquent youth replace destructive behavior with positive activities and interests; and the Office of Justice Programs' SMART Office, which supports the nation's efforts to register and monitor sex offenders. Available online only. NCJ 232007.
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OJJDP News @ a Glance, November/December 2012
Newsletter, November/December 2012. This issue's lead story describes the Defending Childhood Task Forceís release of recommendations for launching a coordinated national response to childrenís exposure to violence. The issue also includes special features on the following topics: OJJDPís FY 2012 awards, the National Forum on Youth Violence Preventionís working session, and a National Research Council report supporting a developmental approach to juvenile justice. NCJ 240178
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OJJDP News @ a Glance, September/October 2012
Newsletter, September/October 2012. This issue's lead story offers highlights of the Coordinating Council on Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Preventionís fall 2012 meeting, which focused on girls and the juvenile justice system. The issue also includes special features on the following topics: OJJDPís announcement of a $1.5 million grant to reduce youth violence in Philadelphia, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders, and OJJDPís green reentry program for tribal youth; and more. NCJ 238981
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School-Wide Education for Violence Prevention, Video
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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Want To Resolve a Dispute? Try Mediation
Bulletin: Youth in Action Series, March 2000. Describes how youth can create a mediation program in their communities that will help prevent violence. 8 pages. NCJ 178999.
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