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Child Protection/Health Programs at a Glance
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Child Protection/Health

Child protection programs focus on child abuse or harm prevention, intervention, and enforcement. They address a variety of issues including missing and exploited children, crimes against children, abused and neglected children, and children exposed to domestic or community violence. In addition to safeguarding children from threats posed by adults, many juvenile justice programs also target harm that is self imposed or harm caused by peers, such as substance abuse and bullying.


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OJP Publications

Building Healthy Teen Relationships: An Evaluation of the Fourth R Curriculum with Middle School Students in the Bronx, NIJ-Sponsored, September 2014
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Comprehensive School Safety Initiative Report, NIJ, May 2014

Review of the Findings From Project D.A.T.E.: Risky Relationships and Teen Dating Violence Among At-Risk Adolescents, NIJ-Sponsored, June 2013
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Technology, Teen Dating Violence and Abuse, and Bullying, NIJ-Sponsored, July 2013
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Bullying, Sexual, and Dating Violence Trajectories From Early to Late Adolescence, NIJ-Sponsored, April 2014
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Questions and Answers

How can I recognize the signs associated with child abuse and neglect?
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To whom can I report child abuse?
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Where can I find information on child safety when using the Internet?
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