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OJJDP Releases Fiscal Year 2012 Annual Report

December 6, 2013

OJJDP  Annual Report 2012: How OJJDP Is Working for Youth Justice and Safety

OJJDP Annual Report 2012: How OJJDP Is Working for Youth Justice and Safety provides an overview of the Office's activities in fiscal year (FY) 2012. In FY 2012, OJJDP awarded nearly $268 million in grants to reduce children's exposure to violence, intervene in and prevent girls' delinquency, support mentoring activities and promote family engagement, address the "school-to-prison" pipeline, facilitate reentry efforts, prevent bullying, improve conditions for tribal youth, fight child exploitation, strengthen the juvenile justice system, and enhance public safety. The report also highlights how OJJDP provides resources, research and evaluation findings, and training and technical assistance to the juvenile justice community.

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View or download the FY 2012 report.

Read the Office's previous annual reports.