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Title V Community Prevention Grants Program, 2004-2005 Report to Congress
(NCJ 215559) March 2008
Report, 31 page(s)
Office of Juvenile Justice Delinquency Prevention
This Report reviews the background of the Community Prevention Grants Program; highlights State, local, and Federal activities in 20042005; and outlines OJJDPs plans for enhancing the positive impact of limited Community Prevention Grants Program funds in the future. For the first time during this reporting period, OJJDP required the States to report, using a prescribed set of indicators, how the Title V-funded programs of their local subgrantees performed. Established by Congress in 1992, the Title V Program supports State and local efforts to reduce risk factors associated with juvenile delinquency and enhance protective factors that promote healthy personal and social development. To date, nearly 1,700 communities have received funding through Title V formula-based allocations to the States.
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