By Benjamin Chambers, January 25 2010
The Office of Justice Programs’ Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA), in coordination with the International Association of Chiefs of Police, has published a new edition of its “Guide for Preventing and Responding to School Violence.”
Designed to assist local communities, the guide describes the roles of the school, community, families, law enforcement, and justice system in working together to take effective action to address school violence.
[Text from a press release.]
- This post provides an interesting discussion about reframing violence among youth and preventing it altogether.
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Updated: February 08 2018