U.S. flag

An official website of the United States government, Department of Justice.

Dot gov

The .gov means it’s official.
Federal government websites always use a .gov or .mil domain. Before sharing sensitive information online, make sure you’re on a .gov or .mil site by inspecting your browser’s address (or “location”) bar.

Https

The site is secure.
The https:// ensures that you are connecting to the official website and that any information you provide is encrypted and transmitted securely.

NATIONAL OUTREACH AND EXPANSION YEAR 2000

Award Information

Award #
2000-JP-FX-K001
Location
Awardee County
Miami Dade
Congressional District
Status
Closed
Funding First Awarded
2000
Total funding (to date)
$3,641,919
Original Solicitation

Description of original award (Fiscal Year 2000, $1,000,000)

Youth Crime Watch of America's (YCWA's) programs promote student leadership, produce cost-effective crime prevention programming; increase self-esteem, motivation, and school spirit; cultivate youth-law enforcement relationships; promote effective crime reporting practices among students; teach organization, responsibility, and accountability; and foster good citizenship.

In 2003, YCWA will continue reaching more young people with the help of regional Expansion Centers and through new information technologies including the website, CD-ROM materials, satellite long-distance learning, and launch of a youth development initiative that builds the skills and characteristics of leaders to engage the individual youth in reducing crime, violence, and drugs while dramatically transforming their lives and the lives of others.

The overacrhing goals for this project are: Expansion, Quality Assurance in Training and Technical Assistance, Raising Recognition and Understanding of YCWA, Investing in Youth through Comprehensive Youth Leadership Development, Evaluating Youth Crime Watch Sites and Components, and Internal Strengthening for Central Administration.

NCA/NCF

Youth Crime Watch of America's (YCWA's) programs promote student leadership, produce cost-effective crime prevention programming; increase self-esteem, motivation, and school spirit; cultivate youth-law enforcement relationships; promote effective crime reporting practices among students; teach organization, responsibility, and accountability; and foster good citizenship.

In 2004, YCWA will continue reaching more young people with the help of regional Expansion Centers and through new information technologies including the website, CD-ROM materials, and the continuation of a youth development initiative that builds the skills and characteristics of leaders to engage the individual youth in reducing crime, violence, and drugs while dramatically transforming their lives and the lives of others.

The overarching goals for this project are: Expansion, Quality Assurance in Training and Technical Assistance, Raising Recognition and Understanding of YCWA, Investing in Youth through Comprehensive Youth Leadership Development, Evaluating Youth Crime Watch Sites and Components, and Internal Strengthening for Central Administration.

NCA/NCF

Youth Crime Watch of America's (YCWA's) programs promote student leadership, produce cost-effective crime prevention programming; increase self-esteem, motivation, and school spirit; cultivate youth-law enforcement relationships; promote effective crime reporting practices among students; teach organization, responsibility, and accountability; and foster good citizenship.

In 2004, YCWA will continue reaching more young people with the help of regional Expansion Centers and through new information technologies including the website, CD-ROM materials, and the continuation of a youth development initiative that builds the skills and characteristics of leaders to engage the individual youth in reducing crime, violence, and drugs while dramatically transforming their lives and the lives of others.

The overarching goals for this project are: Expansion, Quality Assurance in Training and Technical Assistance, Raising Recognition and Understanding of YCWA, Investing in Youth through Comprehensive Youth Leadership Development, Evaluating Youth Crime Watch Sites and Components, and Internal Strengthening for Central Administration.

NCA/NCF

Youth Crime Watch of America's (YCWA's) programs promote student leadership, produce cost-effective crime prevention programming; increase self-esteem, motivation, and school spirit; cultivate youth-law enforcement relationships; promote effective crime reporting practices among students; teach organization, responsibility, and accountability; and foster good citizenship. In 2004, YCWA will continue reaching more young people with the help of regional Expansion Centers and through new information technologies including the website, CD-ROM materials, satellite long-distance learning, and launch of a youth development initiative that builds the skills and characteristics of leaders to engage the individual youth in reducing crime, violence, and drugs while dramatically transforming their lives and the lives of others. The overacrhing goals for this project are: Expansion, Quality Assurance in Training and Technical Assistance, Raising Recognition and Understanding of YCWA, Investing in Youth through Comprehensive Youth Leadership Development, Evaluating Youth Crime Watch Sites and Components, and Internal Strengthening for Central Administration. NCA/NCF

Youth Crime Watch of America's (YCWA's) programs promote student leadership, produce cost-effective crime prevention programming; increase self-esteem, motivation, and school spirit; cultivate youth-law enforcement relationships; promote effective crime reporting practices among students; teach organization, responsibility, and accountability; and foster good citizenship.

In 2004, YCWA will continue reaching more young people with the help of regional Expansion Centers and through new information technologies including the website, CD-ROM materials, and the continuation of a youth development initiative that builds the skills and characteristics of leaders to engage the individual youth in reducing crime, violence, and drugs while dramatically transforming their lives and the lives of others.

The overarching goals for this project are: Expansion, Quality Assurance in Training and Technical Assistance, Raising Recognition and Understanding of YCWA, Investing in Youth through Comprehensive Youth Leadership Development, Evaluating Youth Crime Watch Sites and Components, and Internal Strengthening for Central Administration.

NCA/NCF

Date Created: April 23, 2000