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THE JUVENILE SANCTIONS CENTER

Award Information

Award #
2001-JI-BX-K001
Location
Awardee County
Washoe
Congressional District
Status
Closed
Funding First Awarded
2001
Total funding (to date)
$2,299,985
Original Solicitation

Description of original award (Fiscal Year 2001, $499,985)

The primary goal of the Juvenile Sanctions Center is to create or improve accountability-based sanctioning programs for juvenile offenders. Project objectives include: 1) increased diversion and reduced detention; 2) increased sanctioning options for juvenile courts; 3) engagement of community resources; and 4) involvement of victims. Ten "first round" sites were selected to receive technical assistance to enable their communities to respond quickly and appropriately to their unique challenges in dealing with delinquency. During this budget period, an additional 3 sites will be identified and the project will be expanded to include the "deep-end" of the sanctioning continuum. Several additional publications will be developed and disseminated to the field.
ca/ncf

The primary goal of the Juvenile Sanctions Center is to create or improve accountability-based sanctioning programs for juvenile offenders. Project objectives include: 1) increased diversion and reduced detention; 2) increased sanctioning options for juvenile courts; 3) engagement of community resources; and 4) involvement of victims. Thirteen sites have been selected to receive technical assistance to enable their communities to respond quickly and appropriately to their unique challenges in dealing with delinquency. Several additional publications will be developed and disseminated to the field during this budget period. ca/ncf

The primary goal of the Juvenile Sanctions Center is to create or improve accountability-based sanctioning programs for juvenile offenders. Project objectives include: 1) increased diversion and reduced detention; 2) increased sanctioning options for juvenile courts; 3) engagement of community resources; and 4) involvement of victims. Ten "first round" sites were selected to receive technical assistance to enable their communities to respond quickly and appropriately to their unique challenges in dealing with delinquency. During this budget period, an additional 3 sites will be identified and the project will be expanded to include the "deep-end" of the sanctioning continuum. Several additional publications will be developed and disseminated to the field.
ca/ncf

The primary goal of the Juvenile Sanctions Center is to create or improve accountability-based sanctioning programs for juvenile offenders. Project objectives include: 1) increased diversion and reduced detention; 2) increased sanctioning options for juvenile courts; 3) engagement of community resources; and 4) involvement of victims. Thirteen sites have been selected to receive technical assistance to enable their communities to respond quickly and appropriately to their unique challenges in dealing with delinquency. Several additional publications will be developed and disseminated to the field during this budget period. ca/ncf

Date Created: September 27, 2001