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Part 3: Internet Resources
Links come and go, web page information changes. Therefore nothing in these web pages is guaranteed to be accurate or even helpful. Only you can decide what to use. You peruse these web sites at your own risk.
- Questions And Answers About Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
from The American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
- Recognizing Sexual Abuse
Brief medical information written for school nurses.
- The Secrecy of Child Sexual Abuse
An article by Nancy Faulkner, Ph.D., about how secrecy keeps so much sexual abuse from being reported!
- Teen Sexual Assault and Abuse Information Sheet
An overview of the problem and some insights from the Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault (WCASA).
- 2000 Child Abuse Report Data
from CASAnet (Court Appointed Special Advocates)
- Preventing False Accusations of Child Sexual Abuse
Interesting article from the Nonprofit Risk Management Center
- "The Decline in Child Sexual Abuse Cases," a Juvenile Justice Bulletin
From the National Criminal Justice Reference Service (U.S. Department of Justice), written by Lisa Jones and David Finkelhor
- Good list of valuable web links for people who have been falsely accused of abuse.
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