This report examines student criminal victimization and the characteristics of crime victims and nonvictims.
This spotlight highlights data from the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Supplementary Homicide Reports on youth homicide victimization between 1980 and 2015.
This resource produced by the Comprehensive School Safety Initiative, examines statistics about school safety and violence.
This bulletin developed by SAMHSA’s Disaster Technical Assistance Center, describes how mass violence affects the behavioral health of adult, adolescent, and child survivors or witnesses of a mass violence incident.
These resources, developed by The National Child Traumatic Stress Network, provide information for teens and their parents about sexual assault.
To help youth cope with school shooting incidents, youth.gov has compiled a list of federal resources those who work with youth can use to address trauma and bolster resilience.
This report describes a study examining the long-term effects of child abuse and neglect to understand the pathways between child maltreatment and adult criminal behavior.
This webpage from the Model Programs Guide provides summaries and ratings of arts-based programs and arts therapies for at-risk, justice-involved, and traumatized or victimized youth.
This article describes two NIJ-funded studies that highlight the importance of family context in the development of aggression and teen dating violence.
This technical package highlights six strategies that represent the best-available evidence to prevent intimate partner violence and its consequences across the lifespan.
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