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JUVENILE JUSTICE AND DELINQUENCY PREVENTION CONGRESSIONAL EARMARK PROGRAM

Award Information

Award #
2000-JN-FX-0087
Location
Awardee County
Cole
Congressional District
Status
Closed
Funding First Awarded
2000
Total funding (to date)
$9,418,774
Original Solicitation

Description of original award (Fiscal Year 2000, $2,500,000)

This project will provide the automated tools for managing formal and informal case processing in juvenile courts and between all juvenile justice agencies in Missouri to provide thereby offering the most appropriate treatment options upon initial contact with justice agencies. The Missouri Juvenile Justice Information System will track the application and outcome of treatment and intervention programs and promote information sharing with all juvenile justice agencies in the state. The project has 4 parts: hardware and communication infrastructure for juvenile court personnel; implementing an automated risk assessment and classification system; linking juvenile courts with other juvenile justice partners by automating information sharing; and a case management tool for both formal and informal case processing.

NCA/NCF

gn and develop a module training curriculum to ì
help communities plan, implement, and evaluate a multi-agency ì
response to missing and exploited children and their families.

During this project period the ABA will synthesize the ì
information collected during the evaluation of the 5 communities ì
determined to have an effective community response to ì
missing/exploited children and their families. Using the findings, ì
the ABA will develop a training curriculum and a facilitator's ì
guide to help communities plan, implement, and evaluate a ì
multi-agency response to missing and exploited children and their ì
families.

gn and develop a module training curriculum to ì
help communities plan, implement, and evaluate a multi-agency ì
response to missing and exploited children and their families.

During this project period the ABA will synthesize the ì
information collected during the evaluation of the 5 communities ì
determined to have an effective community response to ì
missing/exploited children and their families. Using the findings, ì
the ABA will develop a training curriculum and a facilitator's ì
guide to help communities plan, implement, and evaluate a ì
multi-agency response to missing and exploited children and their ì
families.

This project will provide the automated tools for managing formal and informal case processing in juvenile courts and between all juvenile justice agencies in Missouri to provide thereby offering the most appropriate treatment options upon initial contact with justice agencies. The Missouri Juvenile Justice Information System will track the application and outcome of treatment and intervention programs and promote information sharing with all juvenile justice agencies in the state. The project has 4 parts: hardware and communication infrastructure for juvenile court personnel; implementing an automated risk assessment and classification system; linking juvenile courts with other juvenile justice partners by automating information sharing; and a case management tool for both formal and informal case processing.

NCA/NCF

This project will provide the automated tools for managing formal and informal case processing in juvenile courts and between all juvenile justice agencies in Missouri. The primary goal is to provide better assessment in order to offer the most appropriate treatment options upon initial contact with justice agencies. The Missouri Juvenile Justice Information System will track the application and outcome of treatment and intervention programs and promote information sharing with all juvenile justice agencies in the state. There are components of the project: providing hardware and communication infrastructure to juvenile court personnel; implementation of an automated risk assessment and classification system; linking juvenile courts with other juvenile justice partners by automating information sharing; and implementing a case management tool for both formal and informal case processing. NCA/NCF

Date Created: September 29, 2000