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Strategies for the Prevention, Response and Recovery from Acts of Violence Webinar

April, 2019

OJJDP, in collaboration with the Police Foundation, presented “Strategies for the Prevention, Response, and Recovery from Acts of Violence in Schools” discussing ongoing efforts to prevent, respond to, and recover from school violence. Presenters explored lessons learned, best practices, and the role of school resource officers in school violence prevention.

Runaway Youth Prevention Webinar

April, 2019

OJJDP presents "Runaway Youth Prevention." This webinar addresses runaway youth prevention and focus on emerging needs, recent initiatives and legislation, and the importance of law enforcement involvement. Presenters discuss strategies and best practices to prevent runaway youth and examine how research on runaway youth can be applied in various settings.

This webinar occurred on November 28, 2018.

Key Planning Decisions to Successfully Launch Family Drug Court Webinar

April, 2019

This Café Conversation, "Key Planning Decisions to Successfully Launch Family Drug Court Webinar," explores essential decision points your planning team will encounter to ensure that your Family Drug Court (FDC) is truly a collaborative effort designed to achieve improved outcomes for children and families.

This webinar occurred on April 5, 2018.

2018 National Missing Children's Day Ceremony

September, 2018

Watch the entire 35th Annual National Missing Children's Day Ceremony which took place on May 23, 2018 in Washington, DC. The 2018 ceremony honored the heroic and exemplary efforts of agencies, organizations, and individuals to protect children. OJJDP Administrator Caren Harp provided opening remarks.

What is the National Criminal Justice Reference Service?

July, 2018

Learn about the Office of Justice Programs-sponsored National Criminal Justice Reference Service (NCJRS). Established in 1972, NCJRS offers justice information to support research, policy, and program development worldwide. Learn how you can make the most of NCJRS services.

Changing Minds: Chad's Story

June, 2017

Content Advisory: Please be aware that this video contains descriptions of violence that may be distressing to some viewers.