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  • U.S. Department of Justice Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
    Charged with leading the fight against juvenile violence and victimization, promoting practical solutions to the problems challenging the nation's juveniles.
  • Florida Department of Juvenile Justice
    Includes information on prevention and delinquency trends, community-based efforts, innovative sanctions, treatment, and getting involved.
  • Rizer
    Advice and information for young people regarding crime, including glossary, what will happen if you are convicted, sentencing, and rights.
  • Juvenile Justice
    An online magazine serving juvenile justice professionals in all 50 states involved in youth and human services, law enforcement, probation, and parole.
  • Animal Abuse and Youth Violence
    Juvenile Justice Bulletin describing the psychiatric, psychological, and criminal research linking animal abuse to violence perpetrated by juveniles and adults.
  • APA HelpCenter: Warning Signs of Teen Violence
    From the American Psychological Association.
  • Juvenile Justice FYI
    Information about the juvenile justice system, the causes of delinquency, crime statistics and the different types of juvenile crimes.
  • Frontline: Little Criminals
    The PBS news magazine looks at violent crimes committed by the very young.
  • Teen Violence
    Articles on teen violence including statistics, risk factors, warning signs, causes, prevention and treatment, plus teen anger and gang involvement.
  • In Search of Law and Order: Reclaiming America's Kids
    Companion site to the PBS series which traveled to three communities working to keep troubled youth from becoming lifetime wards of the justice system.
  • Citizen Probation
    Contains general information about probation including parole, corrections, detention, and restitution.

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