Law Enforcement Responses to Adolescent Girls Course Description


This document provides an overview of IACP's Law Enforcement Responses to Adolescent Girls two-day training course. The course is designed to equip law enforcement with effective responses to situations that involve contact with girls aged 12-17 who may be suspects, offenders, witnesses, or victims.

 

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Scope

  • National

Programs & Services

  • Gender-Specific

    Programs or services that target a specific gender, either male or female.

  • Offender Intervention (First-time or Habitual)

    Programs or services that target repeat juvenile offenders.

  • Victim/Crisis Services

    Programs or services that address the needs of a victim of a crime such as exploitation, bullying or violence.

  • Police - Youth Interaction

    Programs designed to improve the quality of interaction between law enforcement and youth.

Risks & Issues

  • Abuse and Exploitation

    Physical, sexual, and/or emotional abuse.

  • Mental Health

  • Repeat Juvenile Offenders

  • Violence


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