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									                          TITLE V
COMMUNITY DELINQUENCY PREVENTION
        GRANTS PROGRAM

                 Funding Available
                        for
         Delinquency Prevention Programs
         (Secondary Levels of Prevention)
                       with
                 Substance Abuse
                      and/or
                   Mental Health
               Program Components

                          Funded through
                            Kentucky’s
             Juvenile Justice Advisory Board


                              and the


              Department of Juvenile Justice


                     ELIGIBLE APPLICANTS
                   *UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT


                     APPLICATION DEADLINE
                      JUNE 30, 2011 BY 5:00 PM



    J. Ronald Haws, Commissioner (Department of Juvenile Justice)
                                   Funding Information

The Juvenile Justice Advisory Board (JJAB), through the Kentucky Department of
Juvenile Justice, supports programs for the improvement of the juvenile justice system
and delinquency prevention. Funds for this program are made available by the Office of
Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) of the U.S. Department of Justice,
Office of Justice Programs, authorized under the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency
Prevention Act of 1974 and subsequent amendments (42 U.S.C. 5601 et seq.). Title V of
the JJDP Act of 1974 was created by Congress to provide funds to local communities to prevent
delinquency and provide early intervention efforts. Impetus of the JJAB continues to be on
directing funds towards communities that can adequately support viable programs for youth, the
administration of funds and sustainability while providing outputs and outcomes that support
justification for funding.

The Juvenile Justice Advisory Board is Kentucky’s federally mandated State Advisory
Group (SAG) on juvenile justice issues. Created in 1997, it has played a pivotal role in
reforming Kentucky’s juvenile justice system and creating an effective, equitable system
to prevent juvenile crime and delinquency.

ELIGIBILITY
*Eligible candidates for Title V funding must:

   a. be unit of local government;

   b. be a county or city/entity within a county that has not yet received Title V funding
      three (3) years of eligibility;

   c. have a “Prevention Policy Board” (PPB) in place, or a board to serve in this
      capacity with similar membership representation.

   d. have a three-year prevention plan.

   e. have attended all mandatory Title V trainings, as prescribed by OJJDP; conducted and
      monitored by the Kentucky Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ), in coordination with
      the JJAB.

   f. be positioned to contribute a 50% match to the amount of federal funding being requested
      and/or allocated for the project applied for.
                                    How to Apply
Application access/instructions will be made available at the MANDATORY pre-application
meeting. Applications must be submitted by 5:00 pm on June 30, 2011. Questions regarding
application should be directed to:

Laura McCauley at lauramccoun.mccauley@ky.gov
OR
Jane Rutledge at jane.rutledge@ky.gov



PRE-APPLICATION MEETINGS

Any interested unit of local government is invited to a MANDATORY Title V pre-
application meeting. Note: You need attend only ONE of the three meetings AND
only ONE application per county will be considered.

WEST REGION
Date:     Friday, March 25, 2011
Time:     9:00 – 11:30 (CST)
Location: Hopkins County Schools Academy
          150 School Ave.
          Madisonville, KY 42431

EAST REGION
Date:     Wednesday, March 30, 2011
Time:     9:30 – 11:30 a.m. (EST)
Location: Eastern Kentucky University
          Juvenile Justice Training Center
          352 Perkins Building
          Richmond, KY 40475

NORTH CENTRAL REGION
Date:     Thursday, March 31, 2011
Time:     9:30 —11:30 a.m. (EST)
Location: Carroll County Public Library
          136 Court Street
          Carrollton, KY 41008

Directions accessible through: http://www.mapquest.com/directions
                              IMPORTANT DATES
March 21, 2011            -    INFORMATIONAL CONFERENCE CALL
                               Time: 10:00a.m. (EST) / 9:00a.m (CST)
                               Phone: 877-746-4263
                               Code: 0289545#

MANDATORY - Regional - Pre-application Meetings

March 25th           WEST REGION                 Madisonville, Kentucky
March 30th           EAST REGION                 Richmond, Kentucky
March 31st           NORTH CENTRAL REGION        Carrollton, Kentucky

March 20, 2011                 -    E-mail for Intent-to-attend forward to:
                                    lauramccoun.mccauley@ky.gov

April 15, 2011                 -    Applicant T/A Conference Call
                                    Time: 10:00a.m. (EST) / 9:00a.m (CST)
                                    Phone: 877-746-4263
                                    Code: 0289545#

June 1, 2011                   -    Applicant T/A Conference Call
                                    Time: 10:00a.m. (EST) / 9:00a.m (CST)
                                    Phone: 877-746-4263
                                    Code: 0289545#

June 30, 2011                   -   E-GMS Applications Due

Contracts and Continuation Periods:

July, 2011                     -    Grants Reviews & Award Announcements

August, 2011                   -    Award Binder and Contract Processing

September, 2011                -    MANDATORY
                                    Performance Measure Training
                                    *Location to-be-determined by county(ies)
                                    awarded funding.

October 1, 2011 -              -    Title V Funding Begins
September 30, 2012
    For more information contact:

           Laura M. McCauley
    State DMC & Title V Specialist
  KY Department of Juvenile Justice
   Office: 502-429-7225 ext. 234
          Cell: 502-468-7711
E-mail: lauramccoun.mccauley@ky.gov

								
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