Explanations for the Decline in Child Sexual Abuse Cases

@inproceedings{Finkelhor2004ExplanationsFT,
  title={Explanations for the Decline in Child Sexual Abuse Cases},
  author={David Finkelhor and Lisa M. Jones and J. Robert Flores},
  year={2004}
}
The Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) is committed to improving the justice system’s response to crimes against children. OJJDP recognizes that children are at increased risk for crime victimization. Not only are children the victims of many of the same crimes that victimize adults, they are subject to other crimes, like child abuse and neglect, that are specific to childhood. The impact of these crimes on young victims can be devastating, and the violent or sexual… CONTINUE READING

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