This paper is an analysis of missing, abused, and exploited children in Jamaica. I examined the responses of advocate groups and the government to determine the steps to take to protect children who are most vulnerable. I collected data through interviews from the Police National Intelligence Bureau, the Office of the Children's Registry, the Office of Children Advocate, literature review, and the printed media (e.g., The Jamaica Gleaner, The Jamaica Observer, and The Jamaica Star).
Grant, L. E. (2011). Missing and Exploited Children in Jamaica: An Empirical Analysis. Contemporary Issues in Juvenile Justice, 5(1). Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.pvamu.edu/cojjp-contemporaryissues/vol5/iss1/6