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OJJDP Announces Deadline Extensions to Funding Opportunities

OJJDP has announced a 2-week deadline extension on solicitations with applications originally due between March 16 and March 31, 2020. Learn more about the deadline extension.
 

Open Funding Opportunities

View FY 2020 funding opportunities and access the full details including application instructions.  Note: Some solicitation deadlines have been extended. Visit the Open Funding Opportunities page for details.
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OJJDP News @ a Glance, January/February 2020

The January/February newsletter highlights the National Mentoring Summit and OJJDP's orientation session for new mentoring grantees. Other features describe OJJDP's work to combat the commercial sexual exploitation of children and support the safe recovery of missing and abducted children. 
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OJJDP Supports the States

Discover how OJJDP supports the states and territories: view Title II funding details, access 3-year juvenile justice and delinquency prevention plans, and find information on state compliance, disproportionate minority contact, performance measures, and a list of active OJJDP formula and discretionary awards for each U.S. state and territory.
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Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force Program

The ICAC Task Force Program is a national network of 61 coordinated task forces representing over 4,500 federal, state, and local law enforcement and prosecutorial agencies. In FY 2019 the program trained over 39,570 law enforcement personnel, over 3,770 prosecutors, and more than 13,120 other professionals.

Juvenile Justice Reform Act of 2018

In December 2018, President Trump signed into law the Juvenile Justice Reform Act of 2018 (JJRA), reauthorizing and substantially amending the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act of 1974. OJJDP produced the 2018 JJRA Redline, which allows users to see and track changes implemented by the new law. 
Learn about Funding

Learn about Funding

OJJDP funding programs support state and community efforts to develop effective prevention and intervention programs and to improve the juvenile justice system.
Access Resources

Access Resources

OJJDP produces and sponsors numerous publications and products each year that focus on different aspects of juvenile justice.
Find Programs

Find Programs

OJJDP sponsors programs to prevent and respond to juvenile delinquency and victimization and improve the juvenile justice system.
Participate in Events

Participate in Events

Learn about upcoming webinars and in-person conferences and training opportunities that support OJJDP's mission.

Watch Administrator Harp's Recent Video Message

This issue's Message From the Administrator discusses the vital role mentoring can play in ensuring a brighter future for our nation's youth: Students who meet regularly with their mentors are 52 percent less likely than their peers to skip a day of school, 46 percent less likely to start using illegal drugs, and 55 percent more likely to enroll in college.