The FY21 Formula Title II application and State Plan FY21-23 (year one) will support DC's JJ system and partners in providing programs and improving policies and multi-system coordination efforts.
Develop programs to address juvenile delinquency and improve North Dakota's juvenile justice system.
OJJDP FY 2021 Title II Formula Grants Program FY 2021 Title II Grant Solicitation Year1 of the 3-Year Plan
The purpose of the formula grants program is to support state and local delinquency prevention and intervention efforts and juvenile justice improvements.
OJJDP Adolescent Sex Offenders and Children with Sexual Behavior Problems Performance Measurement Training
Register for upcoming juvenile-justice related webinars on funding, programs, and initiatives.
|April 15, 2021||Talking to Child Victims for Prosecutors||Register|
|April 20, 2021||Initial Response Strategies and Tactics When Responding to Missing Children Incidents||Register|
|April 21, 2021||Juvenile Sex Offenders: Navigating Risk of Re-Offending and Treatment||Register|
Register for upcoming juvenile justice-related webinars on funding, programs, and initiatives.
|January 19, 2021||OJJDP FY 2021 Supporting Effective Interventions for Adolescent Sex Offenders and Children with Sexual Behavior Problems Solicitation Webinar||Register|
|January 25, 2021||OJJDP FY 2021 Second Chance Act Addressing the Needs of Incarcerated Parents and Their Minor Children Solicitation Webinar||Register|
|January 28, 2021||OJJDP FY 2021 Reducing...|
OJJDP has announced the following fiscal year 2021 funding opportunities:
- OJJDP FY 2021 Supporting Effective Interventions for Adolescent Sex Offenders and Children with Sexual Behavior Problems
Grants.gov deadline: February 22, 2021.
JustGrants applications are due by March 8, 2021.
Register for the January 19, 2021 solicitation-related webinar.
- OJJDP FY 2021 Supporting...
OJJDP FY 2021 Supporting Effective Interventions for Adolescent Sex Offenders and Children with Sexual Behavior Problems
How School, Family, and Community Protective Factors Can Help Youth Who Have Experienced Maltreatment
Studies show that most youth who sexually offend come to the attention of law enforcement when they are between the ages of 12–14 and that early adolescence is the peak age for sexual offenses against younger children.
Youth with problematic or illegal sexual behavior are a diverse population of youth who, for a...