All publications may be viewed and downloaded at ojjdp.ncjrs.org/publications. Print
publications may also be ordered from the Juvenile Justice Clearinghouse
(order online at puborder.ncjrs.org or
Firesetting: A Research Overview.
Outlines research and theories related to juvenile firesetting, identifies
limitations of the research, and recommends prevention strategies.
May 2005. NCJ 207606.)
Annual Report 20032004. Describes OJJDP's
activities and accomplishments during fiscal years (FY) 2003
and 2004. Also summarizes the latest information available on
juveniles taken into custody and lists OJJDP publications released
during FY 20032004.
(Report. December 2004. NCJ 206630.)
Your Child Is Missing: A Family Survival Guide (2004 Update, Spanish
Provides parents with insights
into what families should do when a child is missing. Written by
parents and family members who have experienced the disappearance
of a child firsthand.
Su Niño Desaparece: Una Guía Para la
Supervivencia de la Familia. Report. May 2004 Update. NCJ
Featured Series: Juvenile Justice Practices
Launched in September 2003, OJJDP's online Juvenile Justice
Practices series is an important online resource for juvenile justice
policymakers, funding decisionmakers, and professionals who develop
and administer programs for youth. The Bulletins in this series distill
the latest informationresearch findings, lessons learned,
promising practices, useful tools, and organizational resourcesfor
specific juvenile justice program areas.
To date, Juvenile Justice Practices Bulletins have addressed aftercare
(reentry) services, access to legal counsel, and state ombudsman
programs. Currently in the publication pipeline are Bulletins on
community-based secure facilities for violent juvenile offenders,
deinstitutionalization of status offenders, and alternatives to detention
Juvenile Justice Practices Bulletins are available through the OJJDP
Web site's publications page
(search on "Juvenile Justice Practices Series").