CCRC

(redirected from Crimes Against Children Research Center)
AcronymDefinition
CCRCContinuing Care Retirement Community
CCRCClearcase Remote Client
CCRCCriminal Cases Review Commission (UK)
CCRCClear Case Remote Client
CCRCCrimes Against Children Research Center
CCRCComputer Crime Research Center
CCRCClean Combustion Research Center (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology; Saudi Arabia)
CCRCCertified Clinical Research Coordinator
CCRCCapital Collateral Regional Counsel (Florida)
CCRCClimate Change Research Center (various locations)
CCRCComissão de Coordenação da Região Centro
CCRCCanadian Community Reinvestment Coalition
CCRCChild Care Resource Centre (Cambridge, MA)
CCRCCalifornia Citizens Redistricting Commission
CCRCContinuous Care Retirement Community
CCRCCanadian Certified Rehabilitation Counselor
CCRCCoast Caregiver Resource Center
CCRCCombat Crew Replacement Center
CCRCCotton Cooperative Research Centre (Australia)
CCRCClear Cell Renal Carcinoma
CCRCCanadian Children's Rights Council (Canada)
CCRCConstruction Candidates Review Committee
CCRCContemporary China Research Center
CCRCCabin Crew Rest Compartment
CCRCConsolidated Commercial Refile Center
CCRCCommunity Culture and Resource Center
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July 13-16: International conference: Family violence research; Portsmouth, NH; Family Research Laboratory & Crimes Against Children Research Center and National Institute for Victim Studies Sam Houston State University; sarahg@cisunix.unh.edu www.unh.edu/frl/conference2003/ind ex.html
"Most law enforcement officials are handling these sexting cases in a thoughtful way and not treating teens like sex offenders and child pornographers," said lead author Janis Wolak, senior researcher at the UNH Crimes against Children Research Center.
A June 2016 study by the (https://27l51l1qnwey246mkc1vzqg0-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/Sextortion_Report.pdf) University of New Hampshire Crimes Against Children Research Center and the nonprofit Thorn found one in three sextortion victims don't tell anyone about the episode, citing shame, embarrassment and self-blame.
In the second study, Janis Wolak, J.D., and her coinvestigators at the crimes against children research center empirically examined police-investigated sexting cases based on data gathered from interviews with investigators about a nationally representative sample of 675 sexting cases in 2008 and 2009 (Pediatrics 2011 Dec.