|Justice Information Center|
A service if the National Criminal Justice Reference Service, this site offers a wide range of information about courts, crime prevention, criminal justice statistics, victims, and the like. A page devoted to juvenile justice contains a number of related fact sheets such as delinquency prevention, gangs, missing and exploited children, and violence and victimization.
|National Youth Gang Center|
The purpose of the NYGC is to expand and maintain the body of critical knowledge about youth gangs and effective responses to them. The Center assists state and local jurisdictions in the collection, analysis, and exchange of information on gang-related demographics, legislation, literature, research, and promising program strategies. It also coordinates activities of the federal Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Preventions' Youth Gang Consortium—a group of federal agencies, gang program representatives, and other service providers. On-line reports and data include The National Youth Gang Survey Program, The Youth Gang Consortium Survey of Gang Programs, and gang-related legislation listed by subject and by state.
|Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention|
From the U.S. Department of Justice, this site provides reference materials for professionals and parents on delinquency prevention, gangs, missing and exploited children, substance abuse, and violence. Downloadable or on-line data include statistics, charts, tables and reports on related topics; data sets for juvenile arrests, court processing, and homicide; and resources links to related agencies and organizations.