Strategy: Diversity and Tolerance Education in Schools
Strategy Teaching tolerance in elementary schools reduces the incidence of hate crimes, racism, discrimination, and bigotry. Crime Problem Addressed . . .
Strategy: Peer Mediation in High Schools
Strategy School-based programs instructing youth in mediating peer conflicts give youth participants the communication, anger management, leadership, and decision-making . . .
Strategy: Holding Parents Accountable for Their Children's Behavior
Strategy Parents held accountable for their children's delinquent behavior are more likely to reinforce appropriate behavior in the youth. . . .
Strategy: Training School Personnel in Crime Prevention
Strategy Crime and violence prevention training builds the abilities of school personnel to prevent and respond to incidents in . . .
Strategy: Violence Prevention And Problem Solving Education For Children
Strategy Community-based programs teach youth violence control and problem solving, thus preventing juvenile delinquency by providing critical decision-making and . . .
Strategy: Crime Prevention Through Parent Education
Strategy Community-based parent education and support systems enhance parents' knowledge of ways that they can support the development of . . .
Strategy: Student Advisory Boards
Strategy Youth advisory boards provide valuable input into local agency policy, helping to ensure that policies are responsive to . . .
Strategy: Assigning Resource Officers to Schools
Strategy Law enforcement agencies can open lines of communication between police officers and students by placing a police officer . . .
Strategy: Youth Threat Hotline
Strategy To reduce or eliminate violence among youth, threats can be reported and resolved by trained counselors. Community Problem . . .
Strategy: Crime Prevention Through Music
Strategy This strategy focuses on taking at-risk youth off the street, turning them away from a life of crime, . . .
Strategy: Supporting Teen Victims of Crime
One in five teenagers reports being the victim of a violent crime. Although frequently stereotyped as troublemakers, teens are . . .