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DMC Virtual Resource Center

The DMC Virtual Resource Center is a forum for state and local DMC Coordinators, State Advisory Group members, Juvenile Justice Specialists, Compliance Monitors, practitioners, and other juvenile justice system stakeholders to access a variety of tools and resources to help support their state and local DMC efforts. This forum is designed to provide opportunities for these individuals to network with their peers and with OJJDP for the exchange of information and ideas, technical DMC resources, DMC based training materials and templates, and DMC events and new practice standards.

DMC Technical Assistance Manual

The Disproportionate Minority Contact Technical Assistance Manual, 4th Edition provides detailed guidance on DMC identification, monitoring, assessment, intervention, and evaluation. Its intended audience is Juvenile Justice Specialists, members of State Planning Agencies and State Advisory Groups, DMC researchers and consultants, and policymakers and practitioners involved in the juvenile justice system at the state and local levels.

DMC Web-Based Data Entry System

The DMC Relative Rate Index (RRI) Web-based Data Entry System website is designed for use by Juvenile Justice Specialists and state and local DMC Coordinators. This site provides a step-by-step process for entering DMC data and producing required state-specific reports. The site provides responses to frequently asked questions about the RRI and the ability to export data to Excel for reporting in the Grants Management System. For assistance, contact OJJDP’s National Training and Technical Assistance Center at DMC@nttac.org or 800-830-4031.

National DMC Databook

OJJDP has added a National Disproportionate Minority Contact (DMC) Databook to its Statistical Briefing Book. The DMC Databook enables users to review the processing of delinquency cases within the juvenile justice system and assess levels of disproportionate minority contact at various decision points. It includes national data for 1990-2013, which can then be compared with local data.

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