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Victims of Child Abuse Act Passed 
Last week, through a bi-partisan effort, the House of Representatives passed the final version of the Victims of Child Abuse Act.Read More 
May 2014 CVIP Certificate Graduates 
This May, CVIP is proud to recognize 11 graduating masters-level students who have earned their Violence Prevention Certificates through the Center for Violence and injury Prevention’s certificate program. Read More 
April is both National Child Abuse Prevention Month and Sexual Assault Awareness Month. 
April is both National Child Abuse Prevention Month and Sexual Assault Awareness Month.Read More 
Piquero Lecture: Career Patterns of Offenders 
On March 27th, Dr. Piquero will be giving a lecture on career patters of offenders and what the research tells us about preventing recidivism and escalation.Read More 
Safe & Sound: Forum on Gun Violence 
The purpose of the forum is to address gun violence as a public health issue affecting all of our children and to help provide practical steps to protecting children in our communities.Read More 
CDC develops uniform definition of bullying 
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released a report on youth bullying titled Bullying Surveillance among Youths: Uniform Definitions for Public Health and Recommended Data Elements.Read More 
Obama Targets College Sexual Assault Epidemic 
Recently, President Obama spoke to the issue of sexual violence occurring on college campuses, calling it "an affront on our basic decency and humanity."Read More 
CVIP Director Melissa Jonson-Reid Discusses Battling Child Abuse and Neglect in Missouri 
Dr. Jonson-Reid discusses how child abuse and neglect is not just a social welfare problem, but a public health issue as well.Read More 
CVIP Authors Two New Policy Briefs 
The Center for Violence and Injury Prevention (CVIP) has made available 2013 policy briefs through its Policy Brief Series. Read More 
CVIP Partner Recognized as Model Program Local and Nationally, Replication for East St. Louis 
The Center for Violence and Injury Prevention (CVIP) partner agency the SPOT has been recognized as a model program by local and national public health agencies. Read More 
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