03--Runaways:  Shelters, Law Enforcement & Psychology

Baer, Debra.  Juvenile prostitution.  Sound recording.  Washington, DC:  National Public Radio, 1982.  NJ-821123, 1 sound cassette (29 min.).  How 70 percent of all juvenile runaways end up in prostitution or pornography.  Features interviews with young prostitutes, social workers, law officials, and others, who discuss such issues as life on the streets, pornography, methods of counseling, and what society can do to help.

Butler, Dodie, Joe Reiner & Bill Treanor.  Runaway House handbook.  Rockville, MD:  National Institute of Mental Health, Center for Studies of Child and Family Mental Health, Section on Youth and Student Affairs, 1973.  68p.  Child and family mental health handbooks:  a community handbook series.  Prepared under contract no. NIH 71-584 with the Center for Studies of Child and Family Mental Health, National Institute of Mental Health.

Collins, James J., et al.  Law enforcement policies and practices regarding missing children and homeless youth:  research summary.  Washington, D.C.:  U.S. Dept. of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, 1993.  22p.  Prepared by the Research Triangle Institute under Cooperative Agreement Number 86-MC-CX-K036 from the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention of the U.S. Department of Justice.

O'Connor, Richard F. X.  Ident-a-kid:  the official fingerprint book and complete identification record.  Virginia Beach, VA:  Donnlng Co., 1983;  Los Angeles:  Renaissance Books;  St. Martin's Press, 1998.  61p.

Peck, William.  Independence takes time:  a youth residence guide for program, government, and community leaders about runaway and homeless youth.  New York, NY:  [Independence House, 1987.  112p.

Posner, Marc.  Working together for youth:  a guide to collaboration between law enforcement agencies and programs that serve runaway and homeless youth.  Oklahoma:  National Resource Center for Youth Services, College of Continuing Education, University of Oklahoma, 1994.  122p.

Ritter, Bruce.  Covenant House:  lifeline to the street.  New York:  Doubleday, 1987.  244p.  Famous shelter in New York for runaway & troubled youth.

Rothman, Jack.  Runaway & homeless youth:  strengthening services to families and children.  Foreword by Lela B. Costin.  New York:  Longman, 1991.  164p.  Published in cooperation with the Center for Child and Family Policy Studies, School of Social Welfare, University of California, Los Angeles.

Schaefer, Michael W.  Child snatching:  how to prevent it from happening to your child.  New York:  McGraw-Hill, 1984.  112p.

Stierlin, Helm.  Separating parents and adolescents:  a perspective on running away, schizophrenia, and waywardness.  New York;  Quadrangle/New York Times Book Co., 1974.  204p.  Revised.  New York, NY:  J. Aronson, 1981.  230p.

Study of kidnapped children in the City of Bombay.  Bombay:  Children's Aid Society, Research Dept., 1973.  103p.  Sponsored by the Central Bureau of Correctional Services, Department of Social Welfare, Government of India.