Research on juvenile sex offenders goes back more than half a century; however, little information about these young offenders and their offenses exists. This Bulletin draws on data from the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s National Incident-Based Reporting System to provide population-based epidemiological information on juvenile sex offending.
It is OJJDP’s hope that the findings reported in this Bulletin and their implications will help inform the policy and practice of those committed to addressing the sexual victimization of youth and strengthening its preven-tion and deterrence—considerations that are critical to success.
The following page gives an overview of male rape. It also talks about male rape as an act of anti-gay violence and what to do if you are a victim. It also includes references and a bibliography for further information. Male Rape
The following brochure addresses these questions: can men be sexually assaulted? what are typical reactions during or after a rape or sexual assault? What should I do it I am raped or sexually assaulted? It also talks about Sexual Assault and Sexually Transmitted Diseases. Also available in Spanish.
Este documento incluye evidencia para responder a la pregunta, ‘¿De qué modo las píldoras anticonceptivasde emergencia de levonorgestrel (PAE de LNG) previenen el embarazo?’Fue creado por la la Federación Internacional de Ginecología y Obstetricia (International Federation of Gynecology & Obstetrics) y el Consorcio Internacional sobre Anticoncepción de Emergencia (International Consortium for Emergency Contraception). En inglés.
This document includes evidence to respond to the question, “How do levonorgestrel-only emergency contraceptive pills (LNG ECPs) prevent pregnancy?” It was created by the International Federation of Gynecology & Obstetrics and the International Consortium for Emergency Contraception. In Spanish.
This article provides reflections on the work of the Division of Violence Prevention at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention by bringing the issue to sexual violence into the public health forum. These efforts have moved sexual violence prevention work forward over the past decade.
This paper explores how youth and violence have been framed in the media, how the issue of race complicates depictions of youth and violence, and how public attitudes about government can inhibit public support for strategies to effectively prevent violence. Commissioned by UNITY/Prevention Institute and written by the Berkeley Media Studies Group, this paper makes recommendations for the next steps in reframing violence among youth. Moving From Them to Us: Challenges in Reframing Violence Among Youth
This Applied Research paper summarizes findings of existing research and other documents on sex trafficking of Native women and girls in the U.S. and Canada and the legal issues related to their protection.
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