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OJJDP Core Requirements Training for the States – Part One

Speakers
Caren Harp, OJJDP Administrator; Ricco Hall, State Program Manager, OJJDP; Didier Moncion, Grants Management Specialist (Compliance), OJJDP; John Stigall - Compliance Monitor, West Virginia; Vazaskia Crockrell - Director of the Office of Juvenile Justice, Washington; Oce Hunter Jr. - Juvenile Justice Specialist, Arkansas; Pamela Sullivan - Juvenile Justice Specialist and Compliance Monitor, New Hampshire ; Keith Towery - Compliance Monitor, District of Columbia ; Meg Williams - Juvenile Justice Specialist, Colorado; Sheila Foster - DMC Coordinator, Arkansas; Mike Pennington - Juvenile Justice Specialist, Pennsylvania ; Scott Musel - Compliance Monitor, Iowa; Stephanie Mikkelsen - Juvenile Justice Supervisor, Georgia; Tom Krug - Compliance Monitor, Vermont; Mike Rollins - Compliance Monitor, Alabama

This video asks training participants about the issues they are experiencing in their states surrounding core protections. In November 2018, the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) hosted a training for state representatives in Baltimore, MD. The 4-day training provided participants with an overview of the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (JJDP) Act, updates on the Title II Formula Grants Program, and a review of state representatives' roles and responsibilities. During this training, OJJDP had an opportunity to hear directly from the some of the more than 140 state representatives participants about issues in their states related to compliance as well as how OJJDP and this conference helped address those issues.

Date Created: August 30, 2019