Using new crime statistics to understand crimes against children : child pornography, juvenile prostitution, and hate crimes against youth -- Internet sex crimes against minors -- Children, animal abuse, and family violence : the multiple intersections of animal abuse, child victimization, and domestic violence -- Child maltreatment fatalities : what do we know, what have we done, and where do we go from here? Box 585, Kingson 08528) : Civic Research Institute, ©2005.
-- "Going to the other side" : an analysis of resilience among institutionalized delinquent youth -- Child victimization, cognitive functioning, and academic performance -- Childhood traumatic grief : development, epidemiology, assessment, and treatment -- The wide-ranging health outcomes of adverse childhood experiences -- Chronic pain syndromes as sequelae of childhood abuse -- Maternal depression and adverse parenting Difficult home environments and the development of aggressive victims of bullying -- Patterns of risk factors leading to victimization and aggression in children and adolescents -- Peer victimization among adolescents : a preliminary perspective on the co-occurrence of sexual harassment, dating violence, and bullying victimization -- Juvenile victims of intimate partner violence -- Psychosocial consequences of peer victimization in elementary and high school : an examination of posttraumatic stress disorder symptomatology -- Bullying and harassment in a post-Columbine world -- Prevention of child neglect : toward a community-level aproach -- Project Safe Care : issues in replicating an ecobehavioral model of child abuse prevention -- The social information processing model of child physical abuse : a conceptual basis for prevention and intervention strategies -- Foster care as an intervention for abused and neglected children -- Safety of children involved with child welfare services -- Children's advocacy centers : understanding the impact of a phenomenon -- Making a difference : critical factors in the development of federal policies for child victimization.
Child abuse and neglect are complex problems rooted in unhealthy relationships and environments.
Preventing child abuse and neglect requires a comprehensive approach that influences all levels of the social ecology (including the societal culture), community involvement, relationships among families and neighbors, and individual behaviors.
Safe, stable, nurturing relationships and environments for all children and families can prevent abuse and help all children reach their full potential.
This presentation will move beyond the basic safety plan and identify unique circumstances that require additional safety precautions and practices.
Target Audience: All Attendees Experiences in childhood matter.
Target Audience: LE, Probation, Parole This presentation will discuss the strategies, effort and initiative required to revisit cases involving cold cases, long term missing and unidentified human remains investigations that may have become closed, suspended, forgotten or never even initially reported to authorities.
In this workshop participants will learn how to help victims of intimate partner violence and sexual assault create an individualized plan to help reduce the risks they and their children face.