Juvenile Justice, Runaway Youth, and Missing Children's Act Amendments of 1984: Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Human Resources of the Committee on Education and Labor, House of Representatives, Ninety-eighth Congress, Second Session, on H.R. 4971 ... Hearing Held in Washington, DC, March 7, 1984
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Page 417 - President of the United States, The White House, Washington, DC DEAR MR. PRESIDENT : I have the honor to transmit...
Page 408 - The first stage of the game of Uncertain Knowledge has been played most boldly. The second stage — selecting and building up information favorable to the NAC's ouin case — begins. This maneuver is equally bold. Here is its essence: Any federal effort in the area of Juvenile delinquency should focus primarily on the serious, violent, or chronic offender. The first and most important reason for this shift is that serious* violent, and chronic delinquency is by far the most important aspect of the...
Page 202 - March 30, 1984 Dear Congressman: Subject: Reauthorization of the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act The Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (JJDP) Act will terminate on September 30, 1984. Since Us Inception in 1974, the JJDP Act has inspired and supported important services and programs dealing with delinquency prevention and improvements in the juvenile justice system. HR 4971 (Andrews) provides for the reauthorlzation of this program with Important improvements.
Page 96 - Counties (NACo) is the only National organization representing county Government in the United States, through its membership, urban, suburban, and rural counties join together to build effective, responsive county Government.
Page 453 - States, and (4) to Increase the capacity of state and local governments and public and private agencies to conduct effective juvenile justice and delinquency , prevention and rehabilitation programs and to provide research, evaluation, and training services in the field of juvenile delinquency prevention.
Page 317 - Chairman, Subcommittee on Human Resources Committee on Education and Labor House of Representatives Dear Mr.
Page 254 - The Runaway and Homeless Youth Act, Title III of the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act of 1974 (PL 93-415) was amended by the Juvenile Justice Amendments of 1977 (PL 95-115) and the Juvenile Justice Amendments of 1980 (PL 96-509).
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