This page lists juvenile justice-focused publications and other resources available from OJJDP and other agencies within the Office of Justice Programs, other government departments, and agencies and organizations.
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- A Family Resource Guide on International Parental Kidnapping: The guide provides practical, detailed advice for the searching family. It offers descriptions and assessments of the civil and criminal remedies available in international parental kidnapping cases. It also explains applicable laws and identifies both the public and private resources that may be called upon when an international abduction occurs or is threatened, and prepares parents for the legal and emotional difficulties they may experience.
- Portable Guide Series: This series contains practical information for the professionals who work on the frontlines –law enforcement, social workers, physicians, nurses, emergency medical technicians, firefighters, psychologists, attorneys, and judges. Each guide offers best practices for investigating abuse, neglect, and violent crime cases against children.
To order printed copies of the publications listed above or other resources, visit the NCJRS website.