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November/December 2005
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Protecting Children in Cyberspace: ICAC
Children's Advocacy Centers
Support for Grassroots Efforts
Youth Gangs Videoconference
Conference on Disproportionate Minority Contact
New Publications
New Videoconference Tapes and DVDs

Funding Update

Coordinating Council

Advisory Committee

OJJDP Staff News

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Three new videoconferences are available from OJJDP. Topics are truancy prevention, graduated sanctions, and prostitution of children.

Strategies, Programs, and Resources To Prevent Truancy

This videoconference provides an overview of the issues addressed in the December 2004 conference "Partnering To Prevent Truancy: A National Priority," cosponsored by OJJDP and the Office of State and Drug-Free Schools of the U.S. Department of Education. The videoconference features evidence-based approaches to truancy and related issues.
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Graduated Sanctions: Effective Intervention Strategies for Addressing Delinquency

Broadcast live from the 2005 National Conference on Juvenile Justice in Orlando, FL, this videoconference highlights the efforts of OJJDP and the Juvenile Sanctions Center to support and implement effective graduated sanctions strategies. The broadcast was designed for a diverse audience of juvenile justice services providers.
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Working Together To Stop the Prostitution of Children

This December 2003 videoconference examines the challenges that face youth services professionals who are concerned with the commercial sexual exploitation of children and youth. Emphasizing the importance of collaboration among public- and private-sector agencies, community-based organizations, and victims, the videoconference explores effective prosecution strategies to hold perpetrators accountable and features community efforts designed to break the cycle of violence and victimization.
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These and other videoconferences may be viewed at the Juvenile Justice Teleconferencing Web site.