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FY 2003 OJJDP DISCRETIONARY CONTINUATION PROGRAMS-TRAINING

Award Information

Award #
1999-MU-MU-0021
Location
Congressional District
Status
Closed
Funding First Awarded
1999
Total funding (to date)
$4,503,464

Description of original award (Fiscal Year 1999, $954,044)

Project Summary for 1999-MU-MU-0021 s4

The Law Enforcement Training and Technical Assistance Program (LETTAP) employs promising law enforcement innovations and adult learning concepts to design, update, and expand the delivery of an instructional training series, and to identify new trends and new audiences to provide assistance to State, local, and tribal law enforcement professionals. This assistance is designed to increase juvenile accountability and improve collaborative response systems in an effort to prevent and control juvenile crime.

NCA/NCF

The Law Enforcement Training and Technical Assistance Program (LETTAP) employs promising law enforcement innovations and adult learning concepts, based on needs assessment findings from law enforcement leaders. The findings are used to guide the design, and delivery of an instructional training series, and to identify new trends and new audiences among State, local, and tribal law enforcement professionals and their allied partners. This approach focuses on aiding law enforcement's ability to respond appropriately to juvenile victimization and delinquency by improving collaborative response systems that prevent and control juvenile crime. NCA/NCF

The Law Enforcement Training and Technical Assistance Program (LETTAP) employs promising law enforcement innovations and adult learning concepts, based on needs assessment findings from law enforcement leaders. The findings are used to guide the design, and delivery of an instructional training series, and to identify new trends and new audiences among State, local, and tribal law enforcement professionals and their allied partners. This approach focuses on aiding law enforcement's ability to respond appropriately to juvenile victimization and delinquency by improving collaborative response systems that prevent and control juvenile crime. NCA/NCF

The Law Enforcement Training and Technical Assistance Program (LETTAP) employs promising law enforcement innovations and adult learning concepts, based on needs assessment findings from law enforcement leaders. The findings are used to guide the design, and delivery of an instructional training series, and to identify new trends and new audiences among State, local, and tribal law enforcement professionals and their allied partners. This approach focuses on aiding law enforcement's ability to respond appropriately to juvenile victimization and delinquency by improving collaborative response systems that prevent and control juvenile crime. NCA/NCF

The Law Enforcement Training and Technical Assistance Program (LETTAP) employs promising law enforcement innovations and adult learning concepts to design, update, and expand the delivery of an instructional training series, and to identify new trends and new audiences to provide assistance to State, local, and tribal law enforcement professionals. This assistance is designed to increase juvenile accountability and improve collaborative response systems in an effort to prevent and control juvenile crime.

NCA/NCF

The Law Enforcement Training and Technical Assistance Program (LETTAP) employs promising law enforcement innovations and adult learning concepts, based on needs assessment findings from law enforcement leaders. The findings are used to guide the design, and delivery of an instructional training series, and to identify new trends and new audiences among State, local, and tribal law enforcement professionals and their allied partners. This approach focuses on aiding law enforcement's ability to respond appropriately to juvenile victimization and delinquency by improving collaborative response systems that prevent and control juvenile crime. NCA/NCF

Date Created: September 29, 1999