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Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention: 2017 Annual Report (NCJ 251681) May 2019
OJJDP Annual Reports to Congress
30 page(s)
This report summarizes OJJDP's activities during fiscal year 2017 across a range of program areas. The Office awarded nearly $254 million in grants to programs that address juvenile violence, youth gangs, and delinquency. The Office also funded initiatives to protect children from commercial sexual exploitation, sex trafficking, and online predators, and also funded efforts to reduce substance abuse.