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HEARING

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SUBCOMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES

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X NINETY-EIGHTH CONGRESS

SECOND SESSION
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^ H.R. 4971

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SjQ ACT OF 1974 TO AUTHORIZE APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL YEARS

—-* 1985 THROUGH 1989, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES

HEARING HELD IN WASHINGTON, DC, MARCH 7, 1984

Printed for the use of the Committee on Education and Labor

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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

TO AMEND THE JUVENILE JUSTICE AND DELINQUENCY PREVENTION
ACT OF 1974 TO AUTHORIZE APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL YEARS
1985 THROUGH 1989, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES

HEARING HELD IN WASHINGTON, DC, MARCH 7, 1984

Printed for the use of the Committee on Education and Labor

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COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR

CARL D. PERKINS,
AUGUSTUS F. HAWKINS, California
WILLIAM D. FORD, Michigan
JOSEPH M. GAYDOS, Pennsylvania
WILLIAM (BILL) CLAY, Missouri
MARIO BIAGGI, New York
IKE ANDREWS, North Carolina
PAUL SIMON, Illinois
GEORGE MILLER, California
AUSTIN J. MURPHY, Pennsylvania
BALTASAR CORRADA, Puerto Rico
DALE E. KILDEE, Michigan
PAT WILLIAMS, Montana
RAY KOGOVSEK, Colorado
MATTHEW G. MARTINEZ, California
MAJOR R. OWENS. New York
FRANK HARRISON, Pennsylvania
FREDERICK C. BOUCHER, Virginia
GARY L. ACKERMAN, New York
SALA BURTON, California
CHARLES A. HAYES, Illinois
DENNIS E. ECKART. Ohio
TIMOTHY J. PENNY, Minnesota

Kentucky, Chairman
JOHN N. ERLENBORN, Illinois
JAMES M. JEFFORDS, Vermont
WILLIAM F. GOODLING, Pennsylvania
E. THOMAS COLEMAN, Missouri
THOMAS E. PETRI, Wisconsin
MARGE ROUKEMA, New Jersey
STEVE GUNDERSON, Wisconsin
STEVE BARTLETT, Texas
RON PACKARD, California
HOWARD C. NIELSON, Utah
ROD CHANDLER, Washington
THOMAS J. TAUKE, Iowa
JOHN McCAIN, Arteona

Subcommittee On Human Resources

IKE ANDREWS, North Carolina, Chairman

BALTASAR CORRADA, Puerto Rico THOMAS E. PETRI, Wisconsin

PAT WILLIAMS, Montana E, THOMAS COLEMAN, Missouri

MAJOR R. OWENS, New York MARGE ROUKEMA, New Jersey

GEORGE MILLER, California ROD CHANDLER, Washington,
DENNIS E. ECKART, Ohio (Ex Officio)

CARL D. PERKINS, Kentucky
(Ex Officio)

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Page Hearing held in Washington, DC, March 7, 1984...................................................... 1 Text of H.R. 4971........... 2 Statement of: Anderegg, Hon. M. Anita, county executive, Fond du Lac County, Fond du Lac, WI........................ 113 Biggs, Lucy C., Acting Commissioner, Administrator for Children, Youth and Families; accompanied by David A. Rust, Director, Office of Policy and Legislation, Office of Human Development Services, Department of Health and Human Services.............................................................................. 86 Bucy, June, chief executive officer, National Network of Runaway and Youth Services, Inc., Washington, DC.............................................................. 163 Carlisle, Ann Linden, chairman, National Steering Committee of State Juvenile Justice Groups, Cape Elizabeth, ME................................................ 134

Cupery, Shirley, national PTA vice president for leadership services, Wilmington, DE; and Marilyn Beggs, national PTA vice president for region 5, Lincoln, NE........................................................................................... 143

Jones, Arnold P., Senior Associate Director, General Government Division, General Accounting Office; accompanied by Larry Harrell, Supervisory Evaluator, General Government Division, General Accounting Office; and Ralph E. Reardon, General Accounting Office, Norfolk

Region, Raleigh, NC............................................................................................. 95 Olszewski, Alan M., assistant director, national legislative commission, American Legion, Washington, DC................................................................... 150

Preska, Margaret, member, board of directors, Camp Fire, Inc., Mankato, MN; accompanied by Arnold Sherman, national executive director, Camp Fire, Inc..... 155 Quinn, Hon. Luke, probate judge, Genesee County, MI, representing the National Association of Counties; accompanied by Donald Murray, legislative representative, National Association of Counties............................ 103 Regnery, Alfred S., Administrator; accompanied by James M. Wootton, Deputy Administrator, and Terrence Donahue, Assistant Deputy Administrator, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention ........ 62 Robb, Hon. Charles S., Governor of the State of Virginia, and chairman of the Committee on Criminal Justice and Public Protection, accompanied Nolan E. Jones, staff director, Committee on Criminal Justice and

Public Protection, National Governors' Association, Washington, DC...... 44 Treanor, William W., executive director, National Youth Work Alliance,

Washington, DC............................................................................................... 171 Weisberg, Roger E., producer of the documentary “Old Enough To Do

Time,” WNET/13, New York, NY................................................................... 123

Prepared statements, letters, supplemental material, etcetera:
Anderegg, M. Anita, county executive, office of the county executive,

Fond du Lac, WI, prepared statement of, with attachment......................... 109 Biggs, Lucy C., Acting Commissioner, Administration for Children,

Youth, and Families, prepared statement of.................................................. 83 Bucy, June, chief executive officer, the National Network of Runaway

and Youth Services, Inc., Washington, DC, prepared statement of............ 161

Carlisle, A.L., chairman of the National Steering Committee of State Junvenile Justice Advisory Groups, chairman of the Northeast Coalition of State Juvenile Justice Advisory Groups and chairman of the Maine Juvenile Justice Advisory Group, Cape Elizabeth, ME, prepared statement of... 128

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