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 - Project ChildSafe
   Project ChildSafe is a nationwide program that helps ensure safe and responsible firearm ownership and storage.

 - McGruff ‘Toons: Tips for Parents
   In response to requests for more Spanish translated materials voiced at both the January 23rd U.S. Attorney’s Conference and the March 25th LECC Conference, enclosed are a set of 8 cartoons in both English and Spanish, providing parents information on how to deal with the issues of guns, bullying, drugs and alcohol. These are great materials for your PSN Outreach to both the media and your Latino/Hispanic communities.

 - Youth Gun Violence Prevention
   Addressing the dynamics of youth gun violence

 - Youth Crime Rate Declines
   A study recently released by the Urban Institute reports that the rate of crime among juveniles has plummeted since 1994, despite the fact that the population of juveniles has increased.

 - 10 Things to Teach Children
   Valuable lessons on crime prevention for children.

 - Youth and Guns - A Deadly Combination
 - Gangs
 - Helping Teens Take Charge of Community Issues
 Making America Safer

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