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January/February 2006

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Building on Success
Setting the Stage
The Big Picture
What Works
AMBER Alert
New Publications
Funding Update

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What Works: Moving Research Into Practice and Holding Ourselves Accountable

  • Connecting Youth to Power: San Francisco Bay Area Youth Speak Out on Their Communities, Their Lives, Their Challenges
  • The Gang Reduction Program: Community Planning and Implementation
  • Geographic Information Systems for Strategic Planning
  • High-Growth Job Training and the U.S. Department of Labor
  • Interagency Approach to Sex Offender Management
  • Juvenile Integrated Information Sharing: A Framework for Improving Cross-Agency Collaboration
  • New Juvenile Delinquency Guidelines Released by OJJDP and the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges To Improve the Juvenile Justice System in America
  • Performance-Based Standards for Youth Correction and Detention Facilities
  • Project Safe Neighborhoods
  • Promoting a Coordinated and Integrated Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice System: A Framework for Successful Outcomes Across Multiple Systems
  • Resources and More Resources: Federal Agencies Each Share Resources From Their Agency
  • The Role and Impact of Community Service on Outcomes for Disadvantaged Youth
  • Safe Start for Children Exposed to Family Violence: National Perspective
  • Safe, Supportive, and Successful Schools
  • Stop Bullying Now
  • Strategies for Employing Juvenile Offenders: Promising Approaches to Workforce Development
  • Technology-Facilitated Child Sexual Exploitation and the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Program
  • Understanding and Applying for Federal Funding
  • Weed and Seed Youth Programs

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