These Web pages, maintained by the National Institute of Justice, contain the proceedings from the Teen Dating Violence Workshop held on July 24-25, 2006, in Washington, DC. The workshop was convened to bring together individuals and organizations with an interest in addressing the lack of knowledge and research examining the problem of teen dating violence. The varying topics covered during the workshop allowed participants the opportunity to closely examine the incidence and prevalence of teen dating violence. The agenda for the workshop was as follows: Definitions/Scope of Problem – Topic Introduction and Open Discussion; Causes and Correlates of Teen Dating Violence – Risk and Protective Factors Associated with Teen Dating Violence; Community and School-Based Prevention and Intervention Programs – Range of Programs/Issues in Programming, and Evaluation and Effectiveness of Programs; Justice System Responses to Teen Dating Violence – Range of Responses, and Evaluation/Effectiveness of Responses; and Community Coordination Around Teen Dating Violence – Interagency Coordination/Collaboration in Addressing Teen Dating Violence. Additional links on these pages provide access to the proceedings of previous workshops on teen violence.