Drug Endangered Children: Guide for Law Enforcement

Offers law enforcement professionals practical information on how to develop an effective collaborative response to the abuse and neglect drug-endangered children (DEC) are vulnerable to and how to make a positive impact on the lives of these children. Topics include: benefits of the DEC approach, challenges of the DEC approach, core elements of the DEC approach, building and participating in a DEC local alliance, and additional resources.

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