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Multi-Site Evaluation of Children's Advocacy Centers (CACs)

Papers

Finkelhor, D., Cross, T.P., & Cantor, E. N. (2006). How the justice system responds to juvenile victims: A comprehensive model. Juvenile Justice Bulletin - NCJ210951, (pgs. 1-12). Washington, DC: Office of Juvenile Justice & Delinquency Prevention. (CV62B)

Cross, T.P., Finkelhor, D. & Ormrod, R. (2005). Police involvement in child protective services investigations. Child Maltreatment, 10(3): 224-244. (CV83)

Jones, L. M., Cross, T. P., Walsh, W. A., & Simone, M. (2005). Criminal investigations of child abuse: The research behind “best practices.” Trauma, Violence, & Abuse, 6(3). (CV85)

Walsh, W.A. & Wolak, J. (2005). Can nonforcible sex crimes be successfully prosecuted when victims are willing adolescents. Child Maltreatment, 10(3): 260-271. (CV105)

Finkelhor, D., Cross, T.P., & Cantor, E. N. (2005). The justice system for juvenile victims: A comprehensive model of case flow. Trauma, Violence and Abuse, 6(2), 1-20. (CV62J)

Simone, M., Cross, T. P., Jones, L. M. & Walsh, W. A. (2005). Children’s Advocacy Centers: Understanding of a phenomenon. In K.A. Kendall-Tackett & Giacomoni, S. M. (Eds.), Child Victimization (pp. 22-1 to 22-24). Kingston, NJ: Civic Research Institute. (CV99)

Cross, T. P., Walsh, W. A., Simone, M., & Jones, L.M. (2003). Prosecution of child abuse: A meta-analysis of rates of criminal justice decisions. Trauma, Violence and Abuse 4(4), 323-340. (CV79)

To request a copy of a publication listed above please contact:

Lisa M. Jones, Ph.D.
Crimes against Children Research Center
University of New Hampshire
10 West Edge Drive, Ste. 106
Durham, NH 03824
Ph: (603)862-2515

lisa.jones@unh.edu