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Law Enforcement Listening Session
(NCJ 250687) July 2011
Electronic Document
The Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) of the Office of Justice Programs (OJP) recognizes that law enforcement officials are best qualified to enhance OJJDP's understanding of juvenile delinquency and to inspire strategic ideas about its prevention and interdiction. One of OJJDP's goals is to improve communication with law enforcement, and the listening session held on April 18-19 in Washington, DC was the first step toward meeting its critical objective. The listening session served as a means to exchange information to help shape OJJDP's strategic framework in the areas of policy, funding, training, and technical assistance for those in the field.