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National Institute for Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention

Published on AidPage by IDILOGIC on Jun 24, 2005

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Program accomplishments...

During fiscal year 2003, the National Institute funded grants and supported a variety of activities. It provided valuable printed and electronic reports, bulletins and fact sheets from a variety of program areas. OJJDP produced approximately 50 publications and responded to over 50,000 telephone, fax and email requests through the Juvenile Justice Clearinghouse. In addition, training has been provided to juvenile justice and youth serving agency personnel, including: lawyers, judges, law enforcement executives; juvenile court, detention, and correctional administrators; probation officers; teachers; students; and practitioners. These training programs dealt with a range of juvenile justice topics, including: Female Offenders, Native American Juvenile Services, State Legislation Affecting Juvenile Codes, Family Strengthening, Conflict Resolution, Child Centered Community-Oriented Policing, civic and character education strengthening programs, knowledge and skills development for youth services workers in community-based settings, juvenile corrections administrators, prosecutors, and line supervisors, law enforcement and juvenile and family court personnel handling juvenile offenders as well as abused and neglected children in need of permanent placements. Technical Assistance also supported juvenile justice system development through telecommunications assistance and coordination of all training and technical assistance programs through a National Training and Technical Assistance Center.