Across the country, child welfare and juvenile justice systems now recognize that youth involved in both systems (i.e., dual system youth) are a vulnerable population who often go unrecognized because of challenges in information-sharing and cross system collaboration. In light of these challenges, national incidence rates of dual system youth are not known.
School and Family Engagement - Trauma Informed: A Research Project to Examine What Keeps Schools Safe
Cross-age Peer Mentoring to Enhance Resilience among Low-income Urban Youth Living in High Violence Chicago Communities
Interdisciplinary Evaluation of Child Custody Decision-making among Intimate Partner Violence Families
Tracking Sex Offenders: Federal Law, Resources Have Led to Marked Improvement of State Registries, But More Work Is Needed
Trends and New Directions in the Law Enforcement Response to the Sex Trafficking of Minors: A Nationally Representative Study
Addressing Youth Violence and Victimization From an Environmental Perspective: A Resource Guide for Practitioners
Countering Technology-Facilitated Abuse: Criminal Justice Strategies for Combating Nonconsensual Pornography, Sextortion, Doxing, and Swatting
Final Summary Overview: Understanding the Impact of School Safety on the High School Transition Experience: From Etiology to Prevention
Moving to Collective Efficacy: How Inner-City Mobility Impacts Minority and Immigrant Youth Victimization and Violence
Captain Baughman of the Kansas City (MO) Police Department answers the question “What is risk terrain modeling?” and explains how it differs from crime mapping, what resources his agency deploys at high risk areas, and the results he has seen form using risk terrain models.