The second issue of the "Department of Justice Journal of Federal Law and Practice" addresses missing or murdered indigenous persons. This issue includes articles describing components of a comprehensive response to missing, neglected, abused, or exploited child cases, including federal law, multidisciplinary teams, and forensic interviewing.
The Journal's articles highlight strategies from OJJDP's “Child Forensic Interviewing: Best Practices“ bulletin.
- Access OJJDP's Missing and Exploited Children webpage.
- Access the first issue of the "Department of Justice Journal of Federal Law and Practice" addressing missing or murdered American Indian and Alaska Native people.
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