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  • Adolescent Substance Abuse Knowledge Base
    Helps parents identify drugs and recognize when an adolescent has a drug or alcohol problem. Resources for parents for teens and young adults struggling with addictions.

  • Deanna Cremin - Murder Victim
    The case is unsolved.Family and friends of Somerville, Massachusetts teenager Deanna Cremin are offering a $13,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of her killer. The body of Deanna Cremin was found on March 30, 1995. She was strangled to death and left behind an apartment complex for the elderly on Jaques Street, just blocks from her home, in Somerville, Massachusetts. The case is still unsolved.

  • Drug Treatment Information
    Information on helping juveniles with substance abuse problems.

  • Gang Prevention
    To provide superior quality training, consulting services and expert testimony to the law enforcement, military, corrections, probation, parole, prosecution, judicial and education entities in the areas of street gang awareness, activity and identification. Provide courses that train gang specialists.

  • Gangs in Los Angeles County
    Website that has been bringing information about Los Angeles gangs to the Internet since 1995

  • Gangs or Us
    Gang training and criminal justice consulting.

  • Juvenile Information Network
    The Juvenile Information Network [JIN] is intended to encourage communications among juvenile justice professionals and to foster the development of new reform programs in systems at the state and local levels.

  • Juvenile Justice Resources
    Juvenile Justice Resources at the Zero. Listings of and links to articles, agencies, organizations and websites to find information and help about Juvenile Justice, Corrections, Youth Violence and Juveniles Tried and Sentenced as Adults.

  • Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
    The US Department of Justice program to study and prevent juvenile crime.

  • Koch Crime Institute
    Studying the criminal and juvenile justice system and identifying ways to reduce and prevent crime, especially juvenile crime. School violence, gangs, juvenile boot camps, and information on seminars and conferences.

  • Mothers Against Street Wars
    Dedicated to ending gang violence and the destruction of youth.

  • National Runaway Switchboard
    Serves as the federally-designated communication system for runaway or homeless youth and their families. Provides assistance to parents, children, schools, law enforcement organizations and the community through prevention and education programs, crisis intervention, and referral services. The organization is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

  • OJJDP
    Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention is part of the United States Department of Justice. Education, prevention, and statistics.

  • P.O.I.N.T.
    Prison Officers Informing Neighborhood Teens. A juvenile crime deterrent program.

  • Parenting Resources
    From the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, this site strives to help families meet the formidable challenges of raising a child today by addressing topics that include school violence, child development, home schooling, organized sports, child abuse, and the juvenile justice system.

  • Preventing Youth Violence
    Article from the Council for Exceptional Children.

  • Teens Crime and Community
    A national program about teens getting involved in crime prevention to make themselves safer and their community stronger.

  • The Coroner's Report GangWar.com
    Information and resources on gang intervention and prevention.

  • True Crime School Safety
    A comprehensive collection of resources and articles regarding school crime and safety.


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