Notes for media

For information and advice for the media on reporting on child protection issues, including juvenile justice, see NCDOT guide on How to Communicate on Child Protection. While not specifically directed towards journalists, it addresses a range of issues at which are relevant to a journalistís work, such as:
- ethical guidelines for reporting on children
- dangers associated with reporting on child protection
- visual media guidelines: protecting a childís identity
- how to tell a story and respect the childís privacy
- photography techniques to protect the identities of children
- interviewing children.

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