Program Directory

The IACP Youth Focused Policing Resource Center includes a searchable directory of law enforcement programs that address a variety of youth issues, including juvenile justice, children exposed to violence, and child sex trafficking.  You can search by location, number of sworn officers, agency type, population size, geography (e.g. rural), category of programs and services (e.g. recreational), as well as risks and issues (e.g. child sex trafficking).

Programs and services registered must fit the following criteria:

  • Serve youth up to 18 years old;
  • Be available for free or low-cost to children/youth;
  • Be a program or service of a law enforcement agency or another agency in partnership with a law enforcement agency.

The “Featured Program” section highlights promising practices in Youth Focused Policing, juvenile justice, or child protection. These programs have been selected by IACP staff for feature on the website and will be updated periodically. View the current featured program.

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The IACP does not endorse, approve, certify, rate, or control registered programs or the information contained within this directory. These programs are not standards, models, or guidelines. IACP does not guarantee the accuracy, completeness, timeliness, efficacy, or correct sequencing of information located in this directory.