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Violence Prevention

National Survey of Children's Exposure to Violence

Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention

This Bulletin discusses the National Sur­vey of Children

Stop Bullying Now! Web site

The Stop Bullying Now! Campaign Web site provides free, downloadable and research-based resources through its Web site.

National Youth Gang Survey Analysis

Since 1996, the National Youth Gang Center has conducted an annual survey of law enforcement agencies to assess the extent of gang problems by measuring the presence, characteristics, and behaviors

Assessing Bullying: A Guide for Out-of-School Time Program Practitioners

Child Trends

This brief helps youth program providers of out-of-school time programs identify peer conflict and bullying and promote positive peer conflict resolution techniques. It defines traditional bullying and cyberbullying and provides information on how common bullying is, who is likely to be a bully, victim, or both, how to recognize and reduce bullying.

Healing the Invisible Wounds: Children

Safe Start Center

This report is a resource to help parents and other caregivers understand the potential impact of exposure to violence on the development of their children.

Bullying in Schools

U.S. Department of Justice

This guide provides police with information about the causes and extent of bullying in schools and includes recommendations for developing practices and policies that promote student safety.

Cyberbullying and Online Teens

PEW Internet & American Life Project

This report draws on two main research project methodologies

The School Bully in Cyberspace

This issue of The Challenge newsletter examines emerging trends in cyberbullying.

Olweus Bullying Prevention: Strategies for Success

Authored By: 
National Center for Mental Health Promotion and Youth Violence Prevention

The Olweus Bullying Prevention program was designed to prevent bullying in elementary, middle, and junior high schools.

Multisystemic Therapy: Strategies for Success

Authored By: 
National Center for Mental Health Promotion and Youth Violence Prevention

Multisystemic Therapy (MST) is a family-based treatment model for adolescents exhibiting serious antisocial behaviors such as violence, delinquency, and substance abuse.