2009-2011 Colorado Three-Year Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Plan
As a recipient of federal Formula grant and State Juvenile Diversion funds, the Office of Adult and Juvenile Justice Assistance (OAJJA ) is required to complete a Three Year Juvenile Justice Plan (with annual updates) and an Annual Report to the Governor and State Legislature. The plan is completed in conjunction with Colorado's Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Council (JJDPC) and includes a description of the organization, responsibilities, and functions of the major components of the formal juvenile justice system. The JJDPC also conducts an analysis of current juvenile crime problems and juvenile justice and delinquency prevention and educational needs within the state. Based on the magnitude, seriousness, rate of change, persons affected, and other aspects of a problem, the JJDPC then selects which program areas will be its priorities for use of the federal funds. The Annual Report which covers both federal and state funding, is filed with the Governor and State Legislature and includes a review of the priorities, a listing of accomplishments over the past year and a roster of funded projects with an accompanying map by judicial district.
FY2007 Indiana Three-Year Delinquency Prevention and Systems Improvement Plan Update
Guided by a Board of Trustees representing all components of Indiana’s criminal and juvenile justice systems, the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute serves as the state’s planning agency for criminal justice, juvenile justice, traffic safety, and victim services. The Institute develops long-range strategies for the effective administration of Indiana’s criminal and juvenile justice systems and administers federal and state funds to carry out these strategies
2009-2011 Montana Board of Crime Control Juvenile Justice Title II Three-Year Plan
Montana’s Juvenile Justice Strategic plan was developed in conjunction with the input of relevant stake holders. The plan lays out opportunities for change within multiple levels of government and within the states legislatures.
2009-2011 Utah Three-Year Comprehensive Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Plan
Utah’s Three-Year Plan was developed to complement the strategies and programs of other state and federal grant programs such as JABG, Justice Assistance Grant, Residential Substance Abuse Treatment, Title V, and Utah’s Crime Prevention and Gang Mini-Grant programs. Utah’s Three-Year Plan addresses the gaps in services and other areas of need. Additionally, the plan takes into consideration the findings of the Utah Board of Juvenile Justice’s Disproportionate Minority Contact (DMC) Committee.
2007-2010 West Virginia Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Three-Year Plan
The following is an overview of West Virginia Juvenile Law and Procedure. This overview is intended to provide a framework for understanding West Virginia’s Juvenile Justice System. It is not intended to detail exhaustively every nuance of law and procedure. For further clarification and understanding refer to the specific code citation for the actual code language.