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OJJDP Report: A Discussion with J. Robert Flores Videoconference
(NCJ 198155) December 2002
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This videoconference, which originally aired December 11, 2002, discussed research findings and initiatives; program priorities, such as child prostitution, disproportionate minority confinement, tribal youth programs, and truancy; and resources available through OJJDP. The broadcast was designed for juvenile justice practitioners, juvenile court judges and staff, policymakers, community leaders, prosecutors, defense attorneys, probation and parole officers, child advocates, social service agencies, educators, law enforcement agencies, and others interested in improving the lives of troubled or exploited children and enhancing the juvenile justice system's response to their needs.
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