Fact Sheet, March 1997. Provides information on the accountability-based sanctions requirement of the Innovative Local Law Enforcement and Community Policing program. 2 Pages. FS 9758.
|Allegheny County, PA: Mobilizing to Reduce Juvenile Crime|
Bulletin, June 1997. Describes the development of the communitywide collaborative process designed to reduce juvenile crime and violence in Allegheny County, documents examples of the program's achievements, and examines the reasons for the program's success. 12 pages. NCJ 165693.
|Best Practices To Address Community Gang Problems: OJJDP's Comprehensive Gang Model|
Report, June 2008. guides communities responding to a gang problem in implementing OJJDP’s Comprehensive Gang Model. It describes best practices learned from practitioners experienced in planning and implementing the model and notes findings from evaluations of programs demonstrating the model. 57 pages. NCJ 222799.
|Best Practices To Address Community Gang Problems: OJJDP's Comprehensive Gang Model, Second Edition|
Report, October 2010. Provides guidance on how communities can best address an existing or emerging youth gang problem. 76 pages. NCJ 231200.
|Combating Violence and Delinquency: The National Juvenile Justice Action Plan Report|
Report, March 1996. Provides a framework and strategy for action to address juvenile violence and victimization that face community members—including youth—and the juvenile justice system. 212 pages. NCJ 157106.
|Combating Violence and Delinquency: The National Juvenile Justice Action Plan Summary|
Summary, March 1996. Summarizes the National Juvenile Justice Action Plan, an eight-point statement of objectives and strategies designed to strengthen state and local initiatives to reduce juvenile violence and victimization, increase the capacity of the juvenile justice system to respond, and prevent delinquency. 41 pages. NCJ 157105.
|Cuando su Niño está desaparecido: Unia guía de supervivencia familiar (4th Edition)|
Report, May 2011. This Spanish-language version of When Your Child is Missing: A Family Survival Guide provides parents with insights into what families should do when a child is missing. 103 pages. NCJ 232789.
|Curfew: An Answer to Juvenile Delinquency and Victimization?|
Bulletin, April 1996. Examines recent developments in curfew ordinances, legal issues related to curfews, how jurisdictions have responded to legal challenges, the elements of sound community-based curfew programs, and examples of curfew programs and services from seven jurisdictions. 12 pages. NCJ 159533.
|Federal Advisory Committee on Juvenile Justice Annual Report 2010|
Report, November 2010. This report presents concerns and recommendations from juvenile justice experts and career professionals from every State and territory in the United States. 49 pages. NCJ 231620.
|Federal Resources on Missing and Exploited Children: A Directory for Law Enforcement and Other Public and Private Agencies Sixth Edition|
Directory, May 2011. Describes the federal services, programs, publications, and training sessions that address child sexual exploitation issues, child pornography, child abduction, Internet crime, and missing children cases. 48 pages. NCJ 231619.
|Guide for Implementing the Balanced and Restorative Justice Model|
Report, December 1998. Establishes an alternative philosophy for a more balanced approach to juvenile justice that emphasizes restorative justice in which offenders make amends to their victims and the community. 95 pages. NCJ 167887.
|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.
|Highlights of the 2005 National Youth Gang Survey|
Fact Sheet, July 2008. Reports findings from the 2005 National Youth Gang Survey. Available online only. 2 pages. FS 200804.
|Highlights of the 2006 National Youth Gang Survey|
Fact Sheet, July 2008. Summarizes findings from the 2006 survey and reports data on the number of gangs, gang members, and gang-related crime. Based on survey results, it is estimated that approximately 26,500 gangs and 785,000 gang members were active in the United States in 2006. FS 200805.
|Highlights of the 2007 National Youth Gang Survey|
Fact Sheet, April 2009. Reports findings from the 2007 National Youth Gang Survey. Based on survey results, it is estimated that nearly 3,550 jurisdictions across the United States experienced gang activity in 2007. 2 pages. NCJ 225185.
|Hot Spots of Juvenile Crime: Findings From Seattle|
Bulletin, October 2011. Presents the findings of a study that mapped the location of all juvenile crime incidents (incidents in a juvenile was arrested) in Seattle between 1989 and 2002 to determine the distribution of juvenile crime and identify hot spots of juvenile crime. 16 pages. NCJ 231575
|Juvenile Justice Journal, Volume IV, Number 1, May 1998 (Juvenile Justice at the Crossroads)|
Journal: Juvenile Justice Series, May 1998. Describes the proceedings of OJJDP's national conference, "Juvenile Justice at the Crossroads," and presents many of the program concepts discussed in the conference workshops, including juvenile crime, responses to juvenile crime, and delinquency prevention. Available Online only. NCJ 165926.
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|OJJDP Journal of Juvenile Justice, Volume 3, Issue 1, Fall 2013|
Journal, Fall 2013. This is a semi-annual, peer-reviewed journal sponsored by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Deliquency Prevention. 128 pages. NCJ 244254.
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|OJJDP News @ a Glance, September/October 2011|
Newsletter, September/October 2011. OJJDP's bimonthly newsletter presents notices of agency activities, recent publications, funding opportunities, and upcoming events. NCJ 235961
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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, January/February 2009|
Newsletter: OJJDP News @ a Glance, January/February 2009. Features a farewell to the field from outgoing Administrator J. Robert Flores in which he provides an overview of accomplishments and highlights during his tenure. The issue also includes an evaluation of OJJDP’s Gang Reduction Program, a feature on a program to reduce underage drinking among Tribal Youth, and upcoming OJJDP training sessions. Available online only. NCJ 225359.
|OJJDP News @ a Glance, July/August 2011|
Newsletter, July/August 2011. OJJDP's bimonthly newsletter presents notices of agency activities, recent publications, funding opportunities, and upcoming events. NCJ 235188
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|OJJDP News @ a Glance, November/December 2009|
Newsletter: OJJDP News @ a Glance, November/December 2009. Feature the high priority set by the Department of Justice on reentry programs for ex-offenders and OJJDP's commitment to ensuring a safe and successful reentry for juveniles; features the Obama Administration's meeting with tribal leaders to discuss public safety needs in Indian country; an historic gathering of former OJJDP Administrators to discuss their tenures, issues in the juvenile justice field, and the future of the Office; and an OJJDP-sponsored workshop on evaluating gender-sensitive programs. Available online only. NCJ 228602.
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|Promising Strategies To Reduce Gun Violence|
Report, February 1999. Presents profiles of 60 programs that address the problem of gun violence, examines the nature of the problem from a national perspective, and discusses the process of developing a solution. 262 pages. NCJ 173950.
|Youth-Oriented Community Policing: National Satellite Teleconference|
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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