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Start Date: 9/29/2013    End Date: 10/5/2013

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Corrections1Courts4
Criminology8Domestic Preparedness1
Drugs2Gangs15
Juveniles10Police3
Statistics1Victims7
International Criminology2International Terrorism1
International Juveniles14International Victims1
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Corrections
1. Unraveling Change: Social Bonds and Recidivism among Released Offenders
 NCJ Number:  243416
 Author:  Michael Rocque ; David M. Bierie ; Chad Posick ; Doris L. MacKenzie
 Journal: Victims & Offenders  Volume:8  Issue:2  Dated:April - June 2013  Pages:209 to 230
 Publication Date:  04/2013
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Courts
2. Cross-Gender Searches: A Case Law Survey
 NCJ Number:  242489
 Author:  Brenda V. Smith ; Melissa C. Loomis
 Publication Date:  02/2013
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3. Alternative Tracks in Adult Drug Courts: Matching Your Program to the Needs of Your Clients: Part Two of a Two-Part Series
 NCJ Number:  242495
 Author:  Douglas B. Marlowe, J.D., Ph.D.
 Journal: Drug Court Practioner Fact Sheet  Volume:7  Issue:2  Dated:February 2012  Pages:1 to 12
 Publication Date:  02/2012
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4. Behavior Modification 101 for Drug Courts: Making the Most of Incentives and Sanctions
 NCJ Number:  242496
 Author:  Douglas B. Marlowe, J.D., Ph.D.
 Publication Date:  09/2012
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5. Navigating the Mental Health Maze: A Guide for Court Practitioners
 NCJ Number:  242499
 Author:  Fred C. Osher, M.D. ; Irene S. Levine, Ph.D.
 Publication Date:  05/2005
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Criminology
6. Learning About Us, Learning to Help Us: Supporting People with Psychiatric Disabilities in the Criminal Justice System
 NCJ Number:  242124
 Author:  La Verne D. Miller, J.D. ; Latrease Moore, M.S. ; Chanson D. Noether, M.A. ; Matthew Canuteson ; Samantha Califano, M.S.
 Publication Date:  2012
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7. Developing Regional Taphonomic Standards
 NCJ Number:  243318
 Author:  Marcella H. Sorg
 Publication Date:  2013
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8. Significance of Association in Tool Mark Characterization
 NCJ Number:  243319
 Author:  L. S. Chumbley ; M. Morris
 Publication Date:  08/2013
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9. Friends With(out) Benefits: Co-Offending and Re-Arrest
 NCJ Number:  243501
 Author:  Frederic Ouellet ; Remi Boivin ; Chloe Leclerc ; Carlo Morselli
 Journal: Global Crime  Volume:14  Issue:2-3  Dated:May - August 2013  Pages:141 to 154
 Publication Date:  05/2013
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10. Exploring the Social Organisation and Structure of Stolen Data Markets
 NCJ Number:  243502
 Author:  Thomas J. Holt
 Journal: Global Crime  Volume:14  Issue:2-3  Dated:May - August 2013  Pages:155 to 174
 Publication Date:  05/2013
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11. Multiplexity of Political Conspiracy: Illegal Networks and the Collapse of Watergate
 NCJ Number:  243504
 Author:  Robert R. Faulkner ; Eric R. Cheney
 Journal: Global Crime  Volume:14  Issue:2-3  Dated:May - August 2013  Pages:197 to 215
 Publication Date:  05/2013
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12. BALCO Scandal: The Social Structure of a Steroid Distribution Network
 NCJ Number:  243505
 Author:  Nicholas C. Athey ; Martin Bouchard
 Journal: Global Crime  Volume:14  Issue:2-3  Dated:May - August 2013  Pages:216 to 237
 Publication Date:  05/2013
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13. Small Arms, Big Guns: A Dynamic Model of Illicit Market Opportunity
 NCJ Number:  243507
 Author:  Gisela Bichler ; Aili Malm
 Journal: Global Crime  Volume:14  Issue:2-3  Dated:May - August 2013  Pages:261 to 286
 Publication Date:  05/2013
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Domestic Preparedness
14. Effective Risk Communications for the Counter Improvised Explosive Devices Threat, Volume 1
 NCJ Number:  242395
 Author:  Vincent Covello, Ph.D. ; Steven Becker, Ph.D ; Michael Palenchar, Ph.D. ; Ortwin Renn, Ph.D. ; Piet Sellke
 Publication Date:  12/2010
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Drugs
15. Systems-Level Implementation of Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment
 NCJ Number:  242181
 Publication Date:  05/2013
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16. Evolution of a Drug Trafficking Network: Mapping Changes in Network Structure and Function Across Time
 NCJ Number:  243506
 Author:  David A. Bright ; Jordan J. Delaney
 Journal: Global Crime  Volume:14  Issue:2-3  Dated:May - August 2013  Pages:238 to 260
 Publication Date:  05/2013
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Gangs
17. Changing Course: Preventing Gang Membership - Executive Summary
 NCJ Number:  239233
 Author:  Nancy M. Ritter ; Thomas R. Simon, Ph.D. ; Reshma R. Mahendra, M.P.H.
 Publication Date:  2013
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18. Changing Course: Preventing Gang Membership
 NCJ Number:  239234
 Publication Date:  2013
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19. Changing Course: Preventing Gang Membership, Introduction (From Changing Course: Preventing Gang Membership, P 1-6, 2013, Thomas R. Simon, Nancy M. Ritter, and Reshma R. Mahendra, eds. - See NCJ-239234)
 NCJ Number:  243464
 Author:  Thomas R. Simon, Ph.D. ; Nancy M. Ritter ; Reshma R. Mahendra, M.P.H.
 Publication Date:  2013
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20. Changing Course: Preventing Gang Membership, Chapter 1. Why Is Gang-Membership Prevention Important? (From Changing Course: Preventing Gang Membership, P 7-18, 2013, Thomas R. Simon, Nancy M. Ritter, and Reshma R. Mahendra, eds. - See NCJ-239234)
 NCJ Number:  243465
 Author:  James C. Howell
 Publication Date:  2013
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21. Changing Course: Preventing Gang Membership, Chapter 2. The Attraction of Gangs: How Can We Reduce It? (From Changing Course: Preventing Gang Membership, P 19-29, 2013, Thomas R. Simon, Nancy M. Ritter, and Reshma R. Mahendra, eds. - See NCJ-239234)
 NCJ Number:  243466
 Author:  Charles S. Taylor ; Pamela R. Smith
 Publication Date:  2013
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22. Changing Course: Preventing Gang Membership, Chapter 3. What Is the Role of Public Health in Gang-Membership Prevention? (From Changing Course: Preventing Gang Membership, P 31-49, 2013, Thomas R. Simon, Nancy M. Ritter, and Reshma R. Mahendra, eds. - See NCJ-239234)
 NCJ Number:  243467
 Author:  Tamara M. Haegerich ; James Mercy ; Billie Weiss
 Publication Date:  2013
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23. Changing Course: Preventing Gang Membership, Chapter 4. What Is the Role of Police in Preventing Gang Membership? (From Changing Course: Preventing Gang Membership, P 51-62, 2013, Thomas R. Simon, Nancy M. Ritter, and Reshma R. Mahendra, eds. - See NCJ-239234)
 NCJ Number:  243468
 Author:  Scott Decker
 Publication Date:  2013
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24. Changing Course: Preventing Gang Membership, Chapter 5. How Should We Identify and Intervene With Youth at Risk of Joining Gangs? A Developmental Approach for Children Ages 0-12 (From Changing Course: Preventing Gang Membership, P 63-73, 2013, Thomas R. Simon, Nancy M. Ritter, and Reshma R. Mahendra, eds. - See NCJ-239234)
 NCJ Number:  243469
 Author:  Nancy G. Guerra ; Carly B. Diekhising ; Pedro R. Payne
 Publication Date:  2013
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25. Changing Course: Preventing Gang Membership, Chapter 6. What Should Be Done in the Family to Prevent Gang Membership? (From Changing Course: Preventing Gang Membership, P 75-88, 2013, Thomas R. Simon, Nancy M. Ritter, and Reshma R. Mahendra, eds. - See NCJ-239234)
 NCJ Number:  243470
 Author:  Deborah Gorman-Smith ; Andrea Kampfner ; Kimberly Bromann
 Publication Date:  2013
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26. Changing Course: Preventing Gang Membership, Chapter 7. What Can Schools Do to Help Prevent Gang-Joining? (From Changing Course: Preventing Gang Membership, P 89-103, 2013, Thomas R. Simon, Nancy M. Ritter, and Reshma R. Mahendra, eds. - See NCJ-239234)
 NCJ Number:  243471
 Author:  Gary D. Gottfredson
 Publication Date:  2013
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27. Changing Course: Preventing Gang Membership, Chapter 8. What Should Be Done in the Community to Prevent Gang-Joining? (From Changing Course: Preventing Gang Membership, P 105-119, 2013, Thomas R. Simon, Nancy M. Ritter, and Reshma R. Mahendra, eds. - See NCJ-239234)
 NCJ Number:  243472
 Author:  Jorja Leap
 Publication Date:  2013
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28. Changing Course: Preventing Gang Membership, Chapter 9. How Can We Prevent Girls From Joining Gangs? (From Changing Course: Preventing Gang Membership, P 121-133, 2013, Thomas R. Simon, Nancy M. Ritter, and Reshma R. Mahendra, eds. - See NCJ-239234)
 NCJ Number:  243473
 Author:  Meda Chesney-Lind
 Publication Date:  2013
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29. Changing Course: Preventing Gang Membership, Chapter 10. Race and Ethnicity: What Are Their Roles in Gang Membership? (From Changing Course: Preventing Gang Membership, P 135-149, 2013, Thomas R. Simon, Nancy M. Ritter, and Reshma R. Mahendra, eds. - See NCJ-239234)
 NCJ Number:  243474
 Author:  Adrienne Freng ; Terrance J. Taylor
 Publication Date:  2013
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30. Changing Course: Preventing Gang Membership, Chapter 11. Program Evaluation: How Do We Know If We Are Preventing Gang Membership? (From Changing Course: Preventing Gang Membership, P 151-161, 2013, Thomas R. Simon, Nancy M. Ritter, and Reshma R. Mahendra, eds. - See NCJ-239234)
 NCJ Number:  243475
 Author:  Finn-Aage Esbensen ; Kristy N. Matsuda
 Publication Date:  2013
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31. Changing Course: Preventing Gang Membership, Conclusion: An Invitation To Contribute to Gang-Joining (From Changing Course: Preventing Gang Membership, P 163-167, 2013, Thomas R. Simon, Nancy M. Ritter, and Reshma R. Mahendra, eds. - See NCJ-239234)
 NCJ Number:  243476
 Author:  Thomas R. Simon, Ph.D. ; Nancy M. Ritter ; Reshma R. Mahendra, M.P.H.
 Publication Date:  2013
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Juveniles
32. KIDS COUNT Data Book 2013
 NCJ Number:  242918
 Publication Date:  2013
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33. Erie County Court of Common Pleas, Juvenile Division
 NCJ Number:  243227
 Publication Date:  2013
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34. Lake County Juvenile Court 2011 Annual Report
 NCJ Number:  243228
 Publication Date:  2012
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35. Understanding Children's Exposure to Violence
 NCJ Number:  243301
 Author:  Elena Cohen ; Betsy McAlister Groves ; Kristen Kracke
 Publication Date:  08/2009
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36. Child Sexual Predator Program Protecting Communities and America’s Children from Predators
 NCJ Number:  243304
 Publication Date:  09/2009
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37. Schools
 NCJ Number:  243305
 Author:  Pia V. Escudero ; Lynn R. Garst ; Audra K. Langley ; Erum Nadeem ; Marleen Wong
 Publication Date:  01/2010
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38. Homeless Shelters, Permanent/Supportive Housing, and Transitional Housing
 NCJ Number:  243306
 Author:  Abigail H. Gewirtz
 Publication Date:  01/2010
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39. Review of Minneapolis's Youth Violence Prevention Initiative
 NCJ Number:  243308
 Author:  Julie L. Whitman, M.S.W.
 Publication Date:  01/2010
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40. Exploring the Genetic Origins of Adolescent Victimization in a Longitudinal Sample of Adoptees
 NCJ Number:  243413
 Author:  Kevin M. Beaver ; Brian B. Boutwell ; J. C. Barnes ; Matt DeLisi ; Michael G. Vaughan
 Journal: Victims & Offenders  Volume:8  Issue:2  Dated:April - June 2013  Pages:148 to 163
 Publication Date:  04/2013
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41. Sustained Impact of Adolescent Violence Histories on Early Adulthood Outcomes
 NCJ Number:  243417
 Author:  Patricia Logan-Greene ; Paula S. Nurius ; Carole Hooven ; Elaine A. Thompson
 Journal: Victims & Offenders  Volume:8  Issue:2  Dated:April - June 2013  Pages:231 to 252
 Publication Date:  04/2013
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Police
42. Protecting Our Protectors: Using Science to Improve Officer Safety and Wellness Brochure
 NCJ Number:  242159
 Publication Date:  05/2012
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43. American Policing in 2022: Essays on the Future of a Profession
 NCJ Number:  242183
 Publication Date:  09/2012
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44. Campus Threat Assessment Case Studies: A Training Tool for Investigation, Evaluation, and Intervention
 NCJ Number:  243325
 Publication Date:  12/2012
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Statistics
45. Sexual Victimization in Juvenile Facilities Reported by Youth, 2012
 NCJ Number:  241708
 Author:  Allen Beck, Ph.D. ; David Cantor, Ph.D. ; John Hartge ; Tim Smith
 Publication Date:  06/2013
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Victims
46. Elder Justice: Federal Government Has Taken Some Steps but Could Do More to Combat Elder Financial Exploitation
 NCJ Number:  242179
 Author:  Kay Brown
 Publication Date:  05/2013
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47. Texas Human Trafficking Prevention Task Force Report, 2012
 NCJ Number:  242384
 Publication Date:  12/2012
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48. Sexually Oriented Businesses and Human Trafficking: Associations, Challenges, and Approaches
 NCJ Number:  242385
 Publication Date:  03/2013
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49. Victim Satisfaction with Criminal Justice: A Systematic Review
 NCJ Number:  243412
 Author:  Malini Laxminarayan ; Mark Bosmans ; Robert Porter ; Lorena Sosa
 Journal: Victims & Offenders  Volume:8  Issue:2  Dated:April - June 2013  Pages:119 to 147
 Publication Date:  04/2013
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50. Profiling Weapon Use in Domestic Violence: Multilevel Analysis of Situational and Neighborhood Factors
 NCJ Number:  243414
 Author:  Joongyeup Lee ; Yan Zhang ; Larry T. Hoover
 Journal: Victims & Offenders  Volume:8  Issue:2  Dated:April - June 2013  Pages:164 to 184
 Publication Date:  04/2013
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51. Toward Understanding the Street Code of Silence that Exists among Prolific Graffiti Offenders
 NCJ Number:  243415
 Author:  Myra Taylor
 Journal: Victims & Offenders  Volume:8  Issue:2  Dated:April - June 2013  Pages:185 to 208
 Publication Date:  04/2013
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52. Perpetrator Programmes for Partner Violence: Are They Based on Ideology or Evidence?
 NCJ Number:  243542
 Author:  Louise Dixon ; John Archer ; Nicola Graham-Kevan
 Journal: Legal and Criminological Psychology  Volume:17  Issue:2  Dated:September 2012  Pages:196 to 215
 Publication Date:  09/2012
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International Criminology
53. Co-Offending in Canada, England and the United States: A Cross-National Comparison
 NCJ Number:  243500
 Author:  Peter J. Carrington ; Sara B. van Mastrigt
 Journal: Global Crime  Volume:14  Issue:2-3  Dated:May - August 2013  Pages:123 to 140
 Publication Date:  05/2013
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54. Reputation in a Dark Network of Online Criminals
 NCJ Number:  243503
 Author:  David Decary-Hetu ; Benoit Dupont
 Journal: Global Crime  Volume:14  Issue:2-3  Dated:May - August 2013  Pages:175 to 196
 Publication Date:  05/2013
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International Terrorism
55. Networks as Strategic Repertoires: Functional Differentiation Among Al-Shabaab Terror Cells
 NCJ Number:  243508
 Author:  Christian Leuprecht ; Kenneth Hall
 Journal: Global Crime  Volume:14  Issue:2-3  Dated:May - August 2013  Pages:287 to 310
 Publication Date:  05/2013
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International Juveniles
56. 'Basically... Porn is Everywhere': A Rapid Evidence Assessment on the Effect that Access and Exposure to Pornography has on Children and Young People
 NCJ Number:  243021
 Author:  Miranda A.H. Horvath ; Llian Alys ; Kristina Massey ; Afroditi Pina ; Mia Scally ; Joanna R. Adler
 Publication Date:  2013
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57. Child Sexual Victimisation in Queensland : An Overview of Legal and Administrative Developments Since 2000
 NCJ Number:  243022
 Author:  Julie Butner ; Wendy Harris
 Publication Date:  06/2013
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58. Children With Problem Sexual Behaviours and Their Families: Best Interests Case Practice Model -Specialist Practice Resource
 NCJ Number:  243023
 Author:  Jari Evertsz ; Robyn Miller
 Publication Date:  2012
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59. Our Children, Our Dreaming: A Call for a More Just Approach for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children and Families
 NCJ Number:  243024
 Publication Date:  06/2013
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60. Rarely an Isolated Incident: Acknowledging the Interrelatedness of Child Maltreatment, Victimisation and Trauma
 NCJ Number:  243025
 Author:  Rhys Price-Robertson ; Penelope Rush ; Liz Wall ; Daryl Higgins
 Publication Date:  2013
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61. Safe and Free From Violence: Progress Report to the Council of Australian Governments 2010-2012 on the National Plan to Reduce Violence Against Women and Their Children 2010-2022
 NCJ Number:  243026
 Publication Date:  2013
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62. Sentencing Trends in the Higher Courts of Victoria 2007-08 to 2011-12: Indecent Act With a Child Aged Under 16
 NCJ Number:  243027
 Author:  Dennis Byles
 Publication Date:  06/2013
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63. Sentencing Trends in the Higher Courts of Victoria 2007-08 to 2011-12 : Sexual Penetration of a Child Aged Under 12
 NCJ Number:  243028
 Author:  Dennis Byles
 Publication Date:  06/2013
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64. Meeting Children’s Needs When the Family Environment Isn’t Always “Good Enough”
 NCJ Number:  243029
 Author:  Debbie Scott
 Publication Date:  2013
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65. Policy and Practice Implications: Child Maltreatment, Intimate Partner Violence and Parenting
 NCJ Number:  243030
 Author:  Clare Murphy, Ph.D. ; Nicola Paton, Ph.D. ; Pauline Gulliver, Ph.D. ; Janet Fanslow, Ph.D.
 Publication Date:  04/2013
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66. Applying Community Capacity-Building Approaches to Child Welfare Practice and Policy
 NCJ Number:  243033
 Author:  Shaun Lohoar ; Rhys Price-Robertson ; Lalitha Nair
 Publication Date:  2013
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67. Building the Scaffolding: Strengthening Support for Young People in Victoria/Victorian Council of Social Service and Youth Affairs Council of Victoria
 NCJ Number:  243034
 Author:  Paula Grogan ; Kate Colvin ; Jen Rose ; Lisa Morstyn ; Carolyn Atkins
 Publication Date:  04/2013
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68. Youth Therapeutic Programmes: A Literature Review
 NCJ Number:  243079
 Author:  Maria Ludbrook
 Publication Date:  2012
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69. Addressing Youth Violence and Gangs: Practical Advice for Schools and Colleges
 NCJ Number:  243211
 Publication Date:  2013
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International Victims
70. Why Do Some Men Use Violence Against Women and How Can We Prevent it?
 NCJ Number:  243584
 Author:  Emma Fulu ; Xian Warner ; Stephanie Miedema ; Rachel Jewkes ; Tim Rosellii ; James Lang
 Publication Date:  09/2013
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