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Back to Archives | March  2013 Contents

Throughout the United States, violent crime has seen a marked reduction—reports of violent crime have decreased from 1.4 million in 2007 to 1.2 million in 2011. Even so, law enforcement must remain vigilant in its focus on increasing its ability to address juvenile victimization, delinquency, and crime from a holistic perspective. Police leaders must increase their focus on juvenile justice issues, encourage the development of innovative and effective prevention and intervention programs, educate law enforcement and others on pertinent juvenile justice issues, and improve law enforcement’s effectiveness in promoting public safety.

The Juvenile Assessment Center and Information Sharing: The Whys, the Whats, and How It Works in Jefferson County, Colorado
Collaboration to Recover U.S. Exploited Youth: The FBI’s Innocence Lost National Initiative
Can Police Officers Be Effective Mentors for At-Risk Youth?
How Multidisciplinary Teams Achieve Success in Indian Country
Youth Assessment Model: Assessment, Referral, and Diversion
Product Feature: Communications Hardware and Software
The U.S. Supreme Court’s Seminal Decision in District of Columbia v. Heller: Has It Changed the People’s Second Amendment Right to Own a Gun?
Research in Brief: Which Shift Is Best?
Officer Safety Corner: Data from Officer Deaths Can Inform Improved Safety Measures
From The Acting Administrator: Law Enforcement’s Opportunity to Improve Juvenile Justice
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