Drug Endangered Children: Guide for Law Enforcement
It is estimated that over 9 million children live in homes where a parent or other adult uses illegal drugs, and this exposure leaves them vulnerable to abuse and neglect. Identifying and responding to these drug endangered children needs to be a central part of law enforcement’s mission to serve and protect. This guide offers law enforcement professionals practical information on how to develop an effective collaborative response to this complicated issue and make a positive impact on the lives of drug endangered children.
Publisher: National Alliance for Drug Endangered Children
Published: 2015 revised (36 pages)
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