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Overview of the Portable Guides to Investigating Child Abuse: Update 2000

NCJ Number
178893
Date Published
Author(s)
McNaughton, J.
Publication Series
OJJDP Portable Guides to Investigating Child Abuse
Annotation
This bulletin provides an overview of the 13 Portable Guides to Investigating Child Abuse developed by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.
Abstract
Each of the 13 guides addresses a specific aspect of investigating a suspected case of child abuse or neglect: NCJ 160938 Recognizing When a Child's Injury or Illness Is Caused by Abuse; NCJ 160939 Photodocumentation in the Investigation of Child Abuse; NCJ 160940 Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Child Sexual Abuse; NCJ 161235 Diagnostic Imaging of Child Abuse; NCJ 161406 Battered Child Syndrome: Investigating Physical Abuse and Homicide; NCJ 161623 Interviewing Child Witnesses and Victims of Sexual Abuse; NCJ 161841 Child Neglect and Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy; NCJ 162424 Burn Injuries in Child Abuse; NCJ 162425 Law Enforcement Response to Child Abuse; NCJ 162426 Criminal Investigation of Child Sexual Abuse; NCJ 162427 Understanding and Investigating Child Sexual Exploitation; NCJ 170020 Forming a Multidisciplinary Team to Investigate Child Abuse; and NCJ 170021 Use of Computers in the Sexual Exploitation of Children. Resources, note
Date Created: August 14, 2014