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  • The July-August newsletter highlights OJJDP's youth violence prevention efforts and how the Office is responding to the needs of LGBTQI-GNC youth.


  • New Blog Post From Administrator Listenbee Available

    In a new blog post, OJJDP Administrator Robert L. Listenbee and Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) Director Joye E. Frost discuss the importance of reforming juvenile life sentences.

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  • Implementation Guides Available

    MPG has launched iGuides which provide users with 10 steps they should take before they identify or implement an evidence-based program or practice. Check out the school-based bullying prevention iGuide.

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  • A new Data Snapshot focuses on the changing nature of facility populations, characteristics, and practices from data that OJJDP's Juvenile Residential Facility Census collected in 2014.







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Federal Agencies Seek Performance Partnership Pilot for Disconnected Youth Communities

The Departments Justice and six other federal agencies invite eligible local, state, and tribal communities to apply for funding under round 3 of the Performance Partnership Pilots initiative to improve education, employment, and other key outcomes for 14- to 24-year-old youth who are disconnected—low-income, homeless, in foster care, involved in the juvenile justice system, unemployed, or not enrolled in or at risk of dropping out of school. The application deadline is October 31, 2016. More icon

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Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch at the White House Convening on Women and the Criminal Justice System

Girls At Risk

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Commercial Sexual Exploitation
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Report Examines Judicial Model To Eliminate School Pathways to the Juvenile Justice System

Funding Solicitation FY16The National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges has released "Report on the Evaluation of Judicially Led Responses to Eliminate School Pathways to the Juvenile Justice System." View and download the OJJDP-funded report. More icon

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