5 Juv. Just. 1 (1998)

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     JUSTICE
Volume V * Number 1                                              May 1998


FEATURES

Reason  To Hope:  On the Front Lines With John  Walsh.......        ........3
In my judgment, the most significant development is the way in which the justice
system has finally started to act as a comprehensive system, not as disjointed, indi-
vidual components. Federal, State, and local agencies are talking with one another.
When  a child is missing, no longer is a parent left to his or her own devices to figure
out what to do next.

A  Safety Net for the Internet: Protecting Our Children
by Daniel Armagh                              ....................9....... ....................9
Responsible parents advise their children never to talk to strangers who approach
them in person or over the telephone. Wise parents tell their children to tell them
about any such encounters. Yet the same parents rarely educate their children about
the dangers of exchanges with strangers over the Internet.

Keeping  Children Safe: Rhetoric and Reality
by Ernest E. Allen ............................................... 16
Are traditional child safety messages effective, accurate, and complete? Do they
adequately warn children about the threats to their safety? Do they unduly frighten
children and their parents? Are we giving children information that makes them
more vulnerable to victimization rather than less?


IN   BRIEF

Justice Matters
   Never Forget ...............  ............     .................... 24
   National Missing Children's Day Raises Awareness .................... 25
   International Child Abduction Agreement Is Signed ................... 26
Across Our Desk
   When Your Child Is Missing: A Family Survival Guide .................... 27
OJJDP  Publications
   New  Portable Guides to Investigating Child Abuse ......    ..............28
   Federal Resources on Missing and Exploited Children-Update Available ....... 29
OJJDP  Online
   A Web  Site Unveiled .... .....................................30
   CyberTipline Helps Protect Kids From Online Predators .................30


ORDER FORM                    ..............................................31

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