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January 2000

Community Supervision of the Sex Offender: An Overview of Current and Promising Practices

The purpose of this brief is to provide an overview and discussion of emerging practices and lessons in communities across the country in the management of sex offenders under community supervision.
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October 1999

Investing in Girls: A 21st Century Strategy

This document is comprised of several articles on issues related to girls in the juvenile justice system including ways 'at-risk' girls continue to be misunderstood and underserved.
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September 1999

OJJDP Juvenile Justice Bulletin: Family Disruption and Delinquency

Author(s): Terence Thornberry, Carolyn Smith, Craig Rivera, David Huizinga, Magda Stouthamer-Loeber
This bulletin is part of the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Youth Development Series, which presents findings from the Program of Research on the Causes and Correlates of Delinquency. This bulletin discusses findings that indicate the composition of families is one aspect of family life that is consistently associated with delinquency.
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June 1999

Blind Reporting of Sexual Violence

Author(s): Sabrina Garcia, Margaret Henderson
This article discusses a process that allows victims of sexual violence to file anonymous or confidential reports (being labeled as blind reports).
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January 1999

Spousal Assault Risk Assessment Guide: Assessment of the likelihood of domestic violence

Author(s): P. Randall Kropp, Stephen D. Hart, Christopher D. Webster, Derek Eaves
This brochure describes the Spousal Assault Risk Assessment Guide (SARA) and its ability to help determine the degree to which an individual poses a domestic violence threat to his/her partner, children, another family member, or another person involved.
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January 1999

Averting The Campus Date Rape Drug Crisis: Seven Solutions For Colleges, Law Enforcement and Medical Professionals

Author(s): Jim Ryan
The book offers guidelines and checklists to use in implementing a proactive and comprehensive response to date rape crimes on college campuses.
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January 1999

Sex Offender Registration: Policy Overview and Comprehensive Practices

This brief is intended to inform citizens, state and local leaders, and criminal justice professionals about the policy issues related to sex offender registration, and to describe current sex offender registration practices around the country.
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January 1998

Homicide at Home

Author(s): Margaret Hobart
This document describes the Washington State Domestic Violence Fatality Review model and the rationale behind it.
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Police Family Violence Fact Sheet

This fact sheet outlines issues particular to the experiences of those abused by a family member who is a police officer.
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Neighborhood Safety

This page offers a variety of useful resources for enhancing neighborhood safety.
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The Violence Against Women and Department of Justice Reauthorization Act of 2005

This fact sheet describes changes to the VAWA Act and lays out new provisions in the Act.
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Child Sex Trafficking on the Internet and the Communications Decency Act

This issue brief provides information on the Communications Decency Act (CDA) - its immunity provisions, exceptions, and historical legal challenges - and the Tech Communitys self-regulation. Includes recommendations including the open request for the tech community collaboration to combat the issue of child exploitation and trafficking on the Internet.