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NCJ Number: 136772 Find in a Library
Title: Prevention of Juvenile Delinquency: Prevention of Drug Criminality, Germany (From Cooperation Between the School System and the Police Force: The Second International ICRA-Workshop for International Practitioners, Esbjerg, Denmark, February 18-21, 1991, P 71-85 -- See NCJ-136767)
Author(s): U Mayerle
Date Published: Unknown
Page Count: 15
Sponsoring Agency: Rigspolitichefen
1588 Kobenhavn V, Denmark
Sale Source: Rigspolitichefen
Polititorvet 14
1588 Kobenhavn V,
Type: Program Description (Model)
Language: English
Country: Denmark
Annotation: The police in Badem-Wurttemberg, Germany established two projects to provide curriculum materials and speakers to schools to prevent juvenile delinquency and drug abuse.
Abstract: The schools require each school to have a drug counselor-teacher who focuses on drug prevention programs as well as juvenile delinquency prevention. To support this effort, the State police prepared teaching materials in cooperation with local college professors. They also sponsored a competition which generated posters, essays, songs, and other creative products. Teachers, students, and the government committee on juvenile delinquency prevention regarded these efforts as successful. The drug prevention efforts have included speakers to a variety of groups, lessons presented to apprentices in vocational schools, and presentation of drug prevention information at disco dances. Copy of flyer distributed at disco dance.
Main Term(s): Police curriculum development; Police school relations
Index Term(s): Drug prevention programs; Foreign crime prevention; Germany; Juvenile delinquency prevention
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