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     National Evaluation of the Title V
    Community Prevention Grants Program

NCJ 212214
August 2006

This report presents findings from a national evaluation of the Title V Community Prevention Grants Program that examined sites in six states. Title V provides communities with funding and a guiding framework for developing and implementing comprehensive juvenile delinquency prevention plans. At the time the report was drafted, more than 1,500 communities had received Title V grants.

  • Front Matter
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  • Chapter 1: Introduction
    PDF (297 KB)

  • Chapter 2: Hawaii
    PDF (246 KB)

  • Chapter 3: Michigan
    PDF (352 KB)

  • Chapter 4: Nebraska
    PDF (247 KB)

  • Chapter 5: Pennsylvania
    PDF (392 KB)

  • Chapter 6: Vermont
    PDF (337 KB)

  • Chapter 7: Virginia
    PDF (436 KB)

  • Chapter 8: Lessons Learned
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  • References
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