Consultation Framing Paper on the Juvenile Justice Reform Act and Tribal Youth Delinquency Prevention and Intervention Programs
OJJDP Listening Session Report: Creating and Sustaining Fair and Beneficial Environments for LGBTQ Youth
Pueblo of Zia Youth Prevention and Intervention Initiative: Mentorship, Education, and Community Based Support
Big Brothers Big Sisters of America: Reducing Risk Increasing Pro-Social Skills through BBBS Youth Mentoring
Methodology for Fiscal Years 2010 - 2017
Section 223(a)(5)(C) of the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act of 1974, as amended requires states to provide funds for programs of Native American Indian tribes that perform law enforcement functions. The Act specifies a formula that is based on the proportion of the number of tribal youth under 18 years of age to the total number of youth under 18 in the entire state.