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http://www.ncjrs.gov/index.html is the site for the US Department of Justice that has an A-Z Topic list on subjects from abduction to youth gangs and everything in between.
http://www.ncvc.org/ncvc/Main.aspx is the site for the National Center of Victims of Crime. It is a vital stop for information and links on all kinds of crimes (teen crimes, bullying, sex crimes, and more). There are fact sheets, help resources and conferences on various topics.
http://www.acic.org/justice is the Arkansas Crime Information Center which is the state agency responsible for providing information technology services to law enforcement and other criminal justice agencies in Arkansas. It also contains information for victims of crime.
http://www.antibullying.net was established by the University of Edinburgh in 1999. Its resources focus on especially on what schools can do but also looks at bullying in the workplace and on the internet.
http://www.bullyeq.com/bol is a large resource on all types of bullying (school, workplace, cyberbullying)
www.bullying.org is a site that was created to help people address the issues of bullying. It also has a "Helpful Resources" section of articles, books, legislation and policies, research and multimedia resources.
http://www.bullyinginstitute.org/index.html is a site focused on workplace bullying. It is run by Dr. Ruth Namie and Dr. Gary Namie.
http://www.missingkids.com is the website for the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. It has a place to report sightings of missing children, information on how to keep your kids safe, resources for parents and guardians and more.
http://www.theyaremissed.org/ncma/index.php is the site of the National Center for Missing Adults. It has pictures (sometimes graphic) of unidentified individuals as well as a place to list missing Adults.
http://www.icmec.org is the site for the International Centre for missing and exploited children. It has information on child sexual exploitation, international abductions and more.
http://www.rainn.org is the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network’s site. It has a great deal of information on the topics (e.g. types of assaults, effects of assaults, reducing your risk, recovering from assault) as well as a hotline number (800.656.HOPE)
http://www.ndvh.org/index.php is the national hotline for domestic violence at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233). The website has information on what is abuse, information for family and friends, statistics in America, internet safety and more.
http://www.safehorizon.org is a national victims assistance organization that has information on elder abuse, rape, sexual assault, stalking and child abuse.
http://www.ncvc.org/SRC/Main.aspx is the National Center for Victims of Crime page on Stalking which includes stalking laws, statistics, profiles, resources and news pieces.
http://www.stalkingbehavior.com is a site that gives definitions, many links, possible courses of actions for prevention, recognizing when you are being stalked and if you are a stalker, and more.
http://www.stalkingvictims.com is a site to help victims. It has sections that talks about the top 10 mistakes, the natural reactions of most stalking victims and how they can escalate things, the best defense and more.
http://harassment101.com has a information on various forms of harassment such as bullying, psychological harassment, stalking and more. It contains many links and a handbook.
May 27, 2008