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Series: Child Delinquency Series
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Child Delinquency: Early Intervention and PreventionTop  
 OJJDP-Produced, Bulletin. Child Delinquency Series. This bulletin presents information about child delinquents and describes intervention and prevention programs that are effective in reducing delinquent behavior. 20 pages. NCJ 186162
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Risk and Protective Factors of Child DelinquencyTop  
 OJJDP-Produced, Bulletin. Child Delinquency Series. This bulletin presents identified risk and protective factors of child delinquency that are crucial to developing effective early intervention and protection programs for very young offenders and key in preventing child delinquency. 16 pages. NCJ 193409
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Treatment, Services, and Intervention Programs for Child DelinquentsTop  
 OJJDP-Produced, Bulletin. Child Delinquency Series. This bulletin draws on findings from OJJDP's (U.S. Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention) Study Group on Very Young Offenders to assess treatment, services, and intervention programs designed for juvenile offenders under the age of 13. 16 pages. NCJ 193410
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Prevalence and Development of Child DelinquencyTop  
 OJJDP-Produced, Bulletin. Child Delinquency Series. This document discusses risk and protective factors for very young offenders. 8 pages. NCJ 193411
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