clear Publications From OJJDP

OJJDP produces a wide variety of materials, including Bulletins, Fact Sheets, Reports, Summaries, videotapes, CD–ROMs, and the Juvenile Justice journal. These materials and other resources are available through OJJDP’s Juvenile Justice Clearinghouse (JJC), as described at the end of this list.

The following list of publications highlights the latest and most popular information published by OJJDP, grouped by topical areas:

Corrections and Detention

Construction, Operations, and Staff Training for Juvenile Confinement Facilities. 2000, NCJ 178928 (28 pp.).

Disproportionate Minority Confinement: 1997 Update. 1998, NCJ 170606 (12 pp.).

Implementation of the Intensive Community-Based Aftercare Program. 2000, NCJ 181464 (20 pp.).

Juvenile Arrests 1999. 2000, NCJ 185236 (12 pp.).

Reintegration, Supervised Release, and Intensive Aftercare. 1999, NCJ 175715 (24 pp.).

State Custody Rates, 1997. 2000, NCJ 183108 (4 pp.).

Courts

Employment and Training for Court-Involved Youth. 2000, NCJ 182787 (112 pp.).

Focus on Accountability: Best Practices for Juvenile Court and Probation. 1999, NCJ 177611 (12 pp.).

From the Courthouse to the Schoolhouse: Making Successful Transitions. 2000, NCJ 178900 (16 pp.).

Juvenile Court Statistics 1997. 2000, NCJ 180864 (120 pp.).

Juvenile Justice (Juvenile Court Issue), Volume VI, Number 2. 1999, NCJ 178255 (40 pp.).

Juveniles and the Death Penalty. 2000, NCJ 184748 (16 pp.).

Juvenile Transfers to Criminal Court in the 1990’s: Lessons Learned From Four Studies. 2000, NCJ 181301 (68 pp.).

Juveniles Facing Criminal Sanctions: Three States That Changed the Rules. 2000, NCJ 181203 (66 pp.).

Offenders in Juvenile Court, 1997. 2000, NCJ 181204 (16 pp.).

Teen Courts: A Focus on Research. 2000, NCJ 183472 (16 pp.).

Delinquency Prevention

1999 Report to Congress: Title V Incentive Grants for Local Delinquency Prevention Programs. 2000, NCJ 182677 (60 pp.).

Competency Training—The Strengthening Families Program: For Parents and Youth 10–14. 2000, NCJ 182208 (12 pp.).

Comprehensive Responses to Youth at Risk: Interim Findings From the SafeFutures Initiative. 2000, NCJ 183841 (96 pp.).

Co-occurrence of Delinquency and Other Problem Behaviors. 2000, NCJ 182211 (8 pp.).

High/Scope Perry Preschool Project. 2000, NCJ 181725 (8 pp.).

The Incredible Years Training Series. 2000, NCJ 173422 (24 pp.).

Juvenile Mentoring Program: A Progress Review. 2000, NCJ 182209 (8 pp.).

Law Enforcement Referral of At-Risk Youth: The SHIELD Program. 2000, NCJ 184579 (8 pp.).

The Nurturing Parenting Programs. 2000, NCJ 172848 (12 pp.).

Prevention of Serious and Violent Juvenile Offending. 2000, NCJ 178898 (16 pp.).

Gangs

1998 National Youth Gang Survey. 2000, NCJ 183109 (92 pp.).

Preventing Adolescent Gang Involvement. 2000, NCJ 182210 (12 pp.).

Youth Gang Programs and Strategies. 2000, NCJ 171154 (96 pp.).

The Youth Gangs, Drugs, and Violence Connection. 1999, NCJ 171152 (12 pp.).

Youth Gangs in Schools. 2000, NCJ 183015 (8 pp.).

General Juvenile Justice

The Community Assessment Center Concept. 2000, NCJ 178942 (12 pp.).

Increasing School Safety Through Juvenile Accountability Programs. 2000, NCJ 179283 (16 pp.).

Juvenile Accountability Incentive Block Grants Strategic Planning Guide. 1999, NCJ 172846 (62 pp.).

Juvenile Justice (Mental Health Issue), Volume VII, Number 1. 2000, NCJ 178256 (40 pp.).

Juvenile Justice (American Indian Issue). Volume VII, Number 2. 2000, NCJ 184747 (40 pp.).

Juvenile Offenders and Victims: 1999 National Report. 1999, NCJ 178257 (232 pp.). Also available on CD–ROM. 2000, NCJ 178991.

OJJDP Research: Making a Difference for Juveniles. 1999, NCJ 177602 (52 pp.).

Special Education and the Juvenile Justice System. 2000, NCJ 179359 (16 pp.).

Teenage Fatherhood and Delinquent Behavior. 2000, NCJ 178899 (8 pp.).

Missing and Exploited Children

Kidnaping of Juveniles: Patterns From NIBRS. 2000, NCJ 181161 (8 pp.).

Overview of the Portable Guides to Investigating Child Abuse: Update 2000. 2000, NCJ 178893 (12 pp.).

Parents Anonymous SM : Strengthening America’s Families. 1999, NCJ 171120 (12 pp.).

When Your Child Is Missing: A Family Survival Guide. 1998, NCJ 170022 (96 pp.). Also available in Spanish. 2000, NCJ 178902.

Substance Abuse

The Coach’s Playbook Against Drugs. 1998, NCJ 173393 (20 pp.).

Developing a Policy for Controlled Substance Testing of Juveniles. 2000, NCJ 178896 (12 pp.).

Family Skills Training for Parents and Children. 2000, NCJ 180140 (12 pp.).

Violence and Victimization

Characteristics of Crimes Against Juveniles. 2000, NCJ 179034 (12 pp.).

Children as Victims. 2000, NCJ 180753 (24 pp.).

The Comprehensive Strategy: Lessons Learned From the Pilot Sites. 2000, NCJ 178258 (12 pp.).

Fighting Juvenile Gun Violence. 2000, NCJ 182679 (12 pp.).

Kids and Guns. 2000, NCJ 178994 (12 pp.).

Predictors of Youth Violence. 2000, NCJ 179065 (12 pp.).

Promising Strategies To Reduce Gun Violence. 1999, NCJ 173950 (276 pp.).

Race, Ethnicity, and Serious and Violent Juvenile Offending. 2000, NCJ 181202 (8 pp.).

Safe From the Start: Taking Action on Children Exposed to Violence. 2000, NCJ 182789 (76 pp.).

The materials listed above and many other OJJDP publications and resources can be accessed through the following methods:

Online:

To view or download materials, visit OJJDP’s home page: www.ojjdp.ncjrs.org.

To order materials online, visit JJC’s 24-hour online store: www.puborder.ncjrs.org.

To ask questions about materials, e-mail JJC: askncjrs@ncjrs.org.

To subscribe to JUVJUST, OJJDP’s electronic mailing list, e-mail to listproc@ncjrs.org, leave the subject line blank, and type subscribe juvjust your name.

Phone:

800–638–8736
(Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–7 p.m. ET)

Fax:

410–792–4358 (to order publications)
301–519–5600 (to ask questions)
800–638–8736 (fax-on-demand, Fact Sheets and Bulletins only)

Mail:

Juvenile Justice Clearinghouse/NCJRS, P.O. Box 6000, Rockville, MD 20849–6000


JJC, through the National Criminal Justice Reference Service (NCJRS), is the repository for tens of thousands of criminal and juvenile justice publications and resources from around the world. An abstract for each publication or resource is placed in a database that you can search online: http://abstractsdb.ncjrs.org/.

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OJJDP Research 2000 OJJDP Report
May 2001