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FY 2003 OJJDP DISCRETIONARY CONTINUATION PROGRAM - TRAINING

Award Information

Award #
2002-JI-BX-0001
Location
Awardee County
USA
Congressional District
Status
Closed
Funding First Awarded
2002
Total funding (to date)
$2,200,000

Description of original award (Fiscal Year 2002, $850,000)

The National Juvenile Detention Association, through its Center for Research & Professional Development at Michigan State University, and in collaboration with the Juvenile Justice Trainer's Association and the National Association of Juvenile Correctional Agencies shall continue to strengthen the field of juvenile confinement through line staff professional development, confinement education programs and services, and stategic and effective practices. Goals of this project include: 1) continued and strengthened quality and quantity of cost-effective, time-limited, problem-specific training and technical assistance activities; 2) strengthened and expanded understandings and application of confinement as "process" with special emphasis on defining, strengthening and applying the reentry component of the confinement continuum; and 3) an expanded knowledge base through the identification and dissemination of best practices.

nca/ncf

The National Juvenile Detention Association, through its Center for Research & Professional Development at Michigan State University, and in collaboration with the Juvenile Justice Trainer's Association and the National Association of Juvenile Correctional Agencies shall continue to strengthen the field of juvenile confinement through line staff professional development, confinement education programs and services, and stategic and effective practices. Goals of this project include: 1) continued and strengthened quality and quantity of cost-effective, time-limited, problem-specific training and technical assistance activities; 2) strengthened and expanded understandings and application of confinement as "process" with special emphasis on defining, strengthening and applying the reentry component of the confinement continuum; and 3) an expanded knowledge base through the identification and dissemination of best practices.

nca/ncf

The National Juvenile Detention Association, through its Center for Research & Professional Development(CRPD)at Michigan State University, and in collaboration with the Juvenile Justice Trainer's Association and the National Association of Juvenile Correctional Agencies offers a transition plan to the field of juvenile confinement. Products and outcomes include 1) continued and strengthened quality juvenile confinement through line staff professional development, confinement education programs and services, and stategic and effective practices. Goals of this project include: 1) continued and strengthened quality and quantity of cost-effective, time-limited, problem-specific training and technical assistance activities; 2) strengthened and expanded understandings and application of confinement as "process" with special emphasis on defining, strengthening and applying the reentry component of the confinement continuum; and 3) an expanded knowledge base through the identification and dissemination of best practices. nca/ncf

Date Created: June 11, 2002