b'Initiatives for Change 2022Youth with Problematic Sexualized Behavior (YPSB)The Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJPD)to these cases. The study results were presented at the 2021 indicates that the National Incident-Based Reporting SystemAttorney Generals Conference: Partnering for A Future Without (NIBRS) reports that Youth with Problematic Sexualized BehaviorViolence, and in 2022 the work began. Currently, GSCA (YPSB) commit more than one-third (35.6%) of sexual offensesparticipates in the Attorney Generals Task Force on Child committed against minors. Additionally, statewide data collectedAbuse and Neglect YPSB workgroup, an active multidiciplinary in 2019 indicates that between 20-30% of cases at CACs involvedgroup working on creating the infrastructure to support an child victims of sexual offenses committed by YPSB.improved response to YPSB cases.In 2020, with grant support from the NH Attorney GeneralsFurthermore, in 2022, GSCA created an informational guide for Office, GSCA collaborated with Dr. Wendy Walsh of the UNHYPSB to provide multidiciplinary team members and caregivers Crimes Against Children Research Center to conduct a statewidewith accurate and appropriate information on issues around assessment of New Hampshires response to cases involvingyouth with problematic sexualized behavior. Finally, GSCA YPSB. Included in this study was a nationwide review of currentclinician Abby Lalone, MS, LCMHC, LMHC, is working towards multidiciplinary responses to this issue to understand what iscompleting training to provide Problematic Sexual Behavior working well elsewhere. The aim of the project was to guide allCognitive Behavioral Therapy (PSB-CBT) to youth initiators multidiciplinary team members and the NH Attorney Generalsand their non-offending caregiver(s). The GSCA will continue Task Force on Child Abuse and Neglect in developing bestto prioritize working towards a collaborative and effective practice policies and procedures for the assessment, investigation,response to YPSB cases that is trauma-informed and meets the prosecution, and treatment for both victims and initiatorsneeds of both victims and youth initiators. in YPSB cases. Dr. Walsh published the studys results in September of 2021, which showed that New Hampshire had significant work to do to improve the response 4'