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Teens

Information and resources for teens on a variety of crime prevention topics

Life as a teenager can be tough. Teens face many complex personal and social issues, such as succeeding in school, planning for the future, dating, driving, and becoming an adult. In addition, teen victimization has reached an alarming rate, and they are twice as likely as adults to become victims of violent crimes (Bureau of Justice Statistics).

In order to protect themselves from becoming a victim of any kind, teens need resources to help them respond to threats to their safety such as dating violence, bullying, hate crimes, sexual harassment, and assault. The more teens know about these issues, the easier it becomes for them to protect themselves.

Here teens will find resources on a variety of issues they face today. This information is designed to equip them with the knowledge they need to stay safe.

Information for Teens

Anger Management for Teens
Advice for teens on controlling anger

Cyberbullying for Teens
Information and answers to frequently asked questions about cyberbullying

Inhalant Abuse
Information for identifying and preventing inhalant abuse

Teen Victims of Crime
Facts about teen victims of crimes and how to protect yourself

Teen Volunteers Campaign
Information and public service announcements for promoting volunteering among teens

Tolerance for Teens
Facts for teens about hate crime and what to do about it

Training for Teens

Bullying and Intimidation
Professional training from the National Crime Prevention Council

Products and Publications for Teens

Giving Youth a Voice
This kit for teens addresses many of the difficult issues today's kids must face every day

Youth Safety Corps Project Implementation Toolkit
This handy toolkit is designed to help start Youth Safety Corps in your school

Programs for Teens

Be Safe and Sound in School
B3S is a program that seeks to raise awareness of school safety and security issues and provide the tools and resources needed to effectively address them.

Teens, Crime, and the Community
The Teens, Crime, and the Community (TCC) initiative has motivated more than one million young people to create safer schools and neighborhoods.

Youth Outreach for Victim Assistance
Teens are victimized by crime at alarmingly high rates - they are twice as likely as adults to become victims of violent crime

Downloadable Resources for Teens

Title Description Size
File A Dozen Things Students Can Do To Stop School Violence A helpful fact sheet for students on stopping school violence 13.6 kB
File A Teenager's Guide to Protecting Portable Property A reproducible trifold brochure explaining how to prevent theft, how to recover stolen items, and how to start a school watch program 111.7 kB
File Cell Phones and College Students - Playing it Safe A reproducible brochure from the 2009-2010 Crime Prevention Month Kit 111.9 kB
File Get Wise About Wireless A reproducible handout from the 2009-2010 Crime Prevention Month Kit for teens about using your cell phone safely and responsibly. 97.9 kB
File How to Help a Troubled Friend Reproducible brochure for young people on helping friends deal with depression 207.0 kB
File Newspaper Mat: Get Teens Involved in Making Communities Safer Free, helpful resource on getting teens involved in preventing crime 1.7 MB
File Online Safety Tips for Teens A reproducible handout for teens about online safety from the 2009-2010 Crime Prevention Month Kit. 91.2 kB
File Preventing Theft of Personal Portable Electronics A reproducible handout for for teens about protecting portable electronic devices from the 2009-2010 Crime Prevention Month Kit. 92.2 kB
File Putting a Stop to Hate Crime A one-page PDF document about what adults and young people can do to stop hate crime 1.8 MB
File Recidivism of Young Offenders Research Brief, August 11, 2008 43.7 kB
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