This literature review provides an overview of intentional gun violence involving youth, aged 10-24, in the U.S., including homicides, nonfatal injuries, suicides, community violence, and school violence/shootings.
This bulletin discusses key findings from the Technology Harassment Victimization study.
This report addresses the lack of access to qualified defense counsel for youth throughout the juvenile justice process.
This report highlights the significant steps that the 22 federal agency members of WH-LAIR have taken to integrate civil legal aid into programs designed to serve low-income and vulnerable people.
This program provides lessons and classroom resources that teachers can use to educate middle and high school students about how prescription drugs and heroin affect the brain and body.
This free app serves as a digital child ID kit that lets parents save children’s information, including photos and digital fingerprint images, to help law enforcement in the case of an emergency.
This campaign aims to educate adults who work with youth about the impact of childhood trauma and the actions they can take to help young people heal.
This report describes the findings from an evaluation of a judicially-led collaborative model to reduce referrals of youth to juvenile courts for school-based behaviors and disciplinary infractions.
This webpage features an interview with the point person on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning/queer, intersex, and gender non-conforming (LGBTQI-GNC) issues at OJJDP.
This report provides an overview of a multi-site study of youth involvement in the commercial sex trade.
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