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2024 OJJDP National Conference

Frequently Asked Questions

Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Action 1974-2024 - Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention

OJJDP 2024 National Conference on Youth Justice: Shaping the Next 50 Years

Frequently Asked Questions

The conference will be held November 19-21, 2024, in Washington, D.C. at the Washington Hilton hotel. Lodging will be available at the Washington Hilton along with several nearby overflow hotels.

The conference audience will include, but is not limited to: National, state, Tribal, and local juvenile justice and youth-serving agencies and organizations; youth and families with lived experience; practitioners, including prosecutors, youth defenders, corrections staff, juvenile justice agency staff, law enforcement, youth service providers; policymakers; researchers; and OJJDP grantees and prospective grantees.

Registration details will be available soon. Visit the OJJDP 2024 Conference website and subscribe to OJJDP’s JUVJUST for updates. 

Yes. The conference registration fee is $150. 

Need-based scholarships may be available. Additional information will be shared when available as well as guidelines regarding eligibility.

CEUs will not be offered for the conference. If you have an attendance document that requires a signature, session presenters or moderators will be available to sign your form.

Yes. Active OJJDP grantees may use their funds for conference registration and travel if these items are included in their grant budget.

OJJDP is not releasing a call for papers/proposals or exhibits for the national conference. 

No. OJJDP has identified several notable plenary speakers for the conference. Speakers will be announced on the conference website

Submit questions to [email protected].

Date Created: April 25, 2024