Family and Juvenile Research

The Center for Families, Children & the Courts (CFCC) publishes a variety of research reports in the following areas: family law, juvenile law, elder abuse, domestic violence, substance abuse, and Native American issues. For a complete listing of all research and other types of publications developed by CFCC, visit CFCC's publications page.


Recent Publications


AOC Briefing: Screenings and Assessments Used in the Juvenile Justice System - Evaluating Risks and Needs of Youth in the Juvenile Justice System  (February 2011)

AOC Briefing: Screenings and Assessments Used in the Juvenile Justice System - Juvenile Mental Health Screenings and Assessments  (February 2011)

AOC Briefing: Screenings and Assessments Used in the Juvenile Justice System - Juvenile Risk and Needs Screenings and Assessments (December 2011)

AOC Briefing: Sharing Information About Children in Foster Care: Education (August 2010)

AOC Briefing: Sharing Information About Children in Foster Care: Health Care (August 2010)

AOC Briefing: Sharing Information About Children in Foster Care: Mental Health Care (August 2010)

AOC Briefing: Sharing Information About Children in Foster Care: Substance Abuse Treatment (August 2010)

Development of Dependency Drug Court Performance Measures (January 2010)

Implementation Guide to Juvenile Dependency Court Performance Measures (January 2009)

Research Update: Native American Statistical Abstract: Population Characteristics (July 2011)

Research Update: Native American Statistical Abstract: Violence and Victimization (September 2011)

Snapshot Study 2008: Family Court Services Profile (June 2012)

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