The Office of Justice Programs’ (OJP) Fiscal Year 2012 Program Plan reflects OJP’s sustained commitment to promoting evidence-based approaches to addressing crime and delinquency, improving justice system operations, and serving crime victims. The Program Plan outlines pending grant funding opportunities (solicitations) that will be awarded based on Fiscal Year (FY) 2012 appropriations. It provides constituent groups a single, comprehensive guide to current funding opportunities and the latest agency initiatives.
In an effort to document collaborations between state and tribal courts, The Center for Court Innovation recently published State and Tribal Courts: Strategies for Bridging the Divide. This monograph joins a growing library of materials on tribal justice, which include interviews, podcasts, and analysis of the Indian Child Welfare Act.
Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
The 1 day OJJDP Tribal Youth Programs Pre-Conference are both mandatory for all 2008, 2009, and 2010 TYP, T-JADG, New Demonstration Programs, and TJDR grantees. The National OJJDP Conference and Preconference are considered the mandatory OJJDP Tribal Youth Regional Training as specified in the special conditions of your OJJDP award. Note: 2007 TYP
OJJDP Tribal Pre-Conference Final Agenda
OJJDP Tribal Pre-Conference Presenter Bios
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OJJDP Tribal Pre-Conference Participants and Tribes
OJJDP Tribal Pre-Conference OJJDP and TYTTAC Staff Bios
The Models for Change Information Sharing Tool Kit provides guidance to jurisdictions seeking to improve their information and data sharing practices in the handling of juveniles and reach the ultimate goal of improving the outcomes for those youths. The Tool Kit is presented in a format that includes a printed volume and a corresponding CD. This format provides the users with a sound theoretical background for effective information and data sharing practices along with practical tools (e.g.
A partner to the Tribal Youth Training and Technical Assistance Center, the Tribal Juvenile Detention and Reentry Green Training and TA Center is funded by OJJDP to provide resources to all federally recognized tribes seeking to improve services to tribal youth in detention and reentry or improving their tribal juvenile justice systems. TJDR Resource Center also provide resources for tribes interested in developing green and sustainable economic projects involving detained or reentering tribal youth.