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FY 2003 OJJDP DISCRETIONARY CONTINUATION PROGRAMS - CHILD PROTECTION

Award Information

Award #
1998-MC-CX-K003
Location
Awardee County
Outagamie
Congressional District
Status
Closed
Funding First Awarded
1998
Total funding (to date)
$2,189,529

Description of original award (Fiscal Year 1998, $499,786)

The purpose of this supplemental funding request is to obtain funds to continue the extensive collaborative support by FVTC to OJJDP by:

1) providing training to improve the skills, knowledge, and capabilities of practitioners;
2) providing technical assistance to the OJJDP Child Protection Division in support of their broad objectives to improve the national protective response to the problems of missing and abducted children and their families;
3) coordinating all program activities with other related grantees to assure that a unity of mission is accomplished and that all resources are maximized.
nca/ncf

The purpose of this supplemental funding request is to continue the Responding to Missing and Exploited Children Training Program and to provide collaborative support by FVTC to OJJDP by:

1) providing training to improve the skills, knowledge, and capabilities of law enforcement practitioners;

2) providing technical assistance to the OJJDP Child Protection Division in support of their broad objectives to improve the national protective response to the problems of missing and abducted children and their families;

3) coordinating all program activities with other related grantees to assure that a unity of mission is accomplished and that all resources are maximized.
CA/NCF

The purpose of this supplemental funding request is to continue the Responding to Missing and Exploited Children Training Program and to provide collaborative support by FVTC to OJJDP by:

1) providing training to improve the skills, knowledge, and capabilities of law enforcement practitioners;

2) providing technical assistance to the OJJDP Child Protection Division in support of their broad objectives to improve the national protective response to the problems of missing and abducted children and their families;

3) coordinating all program activities with other related grantees to assure that a unity of mission is accomplished and that all resources are maximized.
CA/NCF

The purpose of this supplemental funding request is to obtain funds to continue the extensive collaborative support by FVTC to OJJDP by:

1) providing training to improve the skills, knowledge, and capabilities of practitioners;
2) providing technical assistance to the OJJDP Child Protection Division in support of their broad objectives to improve the national protective response to the problems of missing and abducted children and their families;
3) coordinating all program activities with other related grantees to assure that a unity of mission is accomplished and that all resources are maximized.
nca/ncf

The purpose of this supplemental funding request is to continue the Responding to Missing and Exploited Children Training Program and to provide collaborative support by FVTC to OJJDP by:

1) providing training to improve the skills, knowledge, and capabilities of law enforcement practitioners;

2) providing technical assistance to the OJJDP Child Protection Division in support of their broad objectives to improve the national protective response to the problems of missing and abducted children and their families;

3) coordinating all program activities with other related grantees to assure that a unity of mission is accomplished and that all resources are maximized.
CA/NCF

Date Created: April 23, 1998