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Message ID: 8827
Date: 2011-03-18

Author:Cindy Markushewski

Subject:RE: Prevention of CSEC

Tamara, I don’t have any time to spend on this today, but you might also want to check out OJJDP’s link on this since they’ve given out several grants for these types of programs. http://www.ojjdp.gov/programs/csec_program.html If you are interested in programs outside the US, I’m sending you a word document about the program in Mexico. If you want more information, I’ll be happy to point you to some other sources, I see that Google Scholar identifies a lot of good scholarly articles when you search for “commercial sexual exploitation +prevention”. We are interested in this topic here at NCAC and recently had a one-day workshop on the subject, I’d be happy to share the ppts the speakers provided if you’d like, if the server will send them, they are graphic heavy. Cindy Markushewski, MA, MLIS Librarian cmarkushewski@nationalcac.org Check us out on CALiO, our Online Library Library & Office 256-327-3747 National Children's Advocacy Center 210 Pratt Avenue Huntsville, AL 35801 (ph) 256-327-3854 (fax) 256-327-3859 www.nationalcac.org Join us on Facebook ! Join us on Facebook for the National Training Center! Follow us on Twitter! From: bounce-9266203-13357638@list.cornell.edu [mailto:bounce-9266203-13357638@list.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of Hurst, Tamara Sent: Friday, March 18, 2011 8:33 AM To: Child-Maltreatment-Research-L@cornell.edu Subject: Prevention of CSEC I am conducting a qualitative study on the prevention of CSEC for my dissertation. I am aware of several prevention programs including GEMS in New York, My Life My Choice in Boston, SAGE in San Francisco, Kristi's House in Miami, and NCMEC in DC. Do you know of other programs? Thank you for your help. Tamara Hurst, LCSW The University of Georgia hurst28@uga.edu

Tamara, I don’t have any time to spend on this today, but you might also want to check out OJJDP’s link on this since they’ve given out several grants for these types of programs. http://www.ojjdp.gov/programs/csec_program.html If you are interested in programs outside the US, I’m sending you a word document about the program in Mexico. If you want more information, I’ll be happy to point you to some other sources, I see that Google Scholar identifies a lot of good scholarly articles when you search for “commercial sexual exploitation +prevention”. We are interested in this topic here at NCAC and recently had a one-day workshop on the subject, I’d be happy to share the ppts the speakers provided if you’d like, if the server will send them, they are graphic heavy. Cindy Markushewski, MA, MLIS Librarian cmarkushewskinationalcac.org Check us out on CALiO, our Online Library Library & Office 256-327-3747 National Children's Advocacy Center 210 Pratt Avenue Huntsville, AL 35801 (ph) 256-327-3854 (fax) 256-327-3859 www.nationalcac.org Join us on Facebook ! Join us on Facebook for the National Training Center! Follow us on Twitter! From: bounce-9266203-13357638list.cornell.edu [mailto:bounce-9266203-13357638list.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of Hurst, Tamara Sent: Friday, March 18, 2011 8:33 AM To: Child-Maltreatment-Research-Lcornell.edu Subject: Prevention of CSEC I am conducting a qualitative study on the prevention of CSEC for my dissertation. I am aware of several prevention programs including GEMS in New York, My Life My Choice in Boston, SAGE in San Francisco, Kristi's House in Miami, and NCMEC in DC. Do you know of other programs? Thank you for your help. Tamara Hurst, LCSW The University of Georgia hurst28uga.edu