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NCJ Number: 114347 Find in a Library
Title: Goals and Strategies: The 1989 Criminal Justice Plan
Corporate Author: Texas Criminal Justice Division
United States of America
Date Published: 1988
Page Count: 29
Sponsoring Agency: Texas Criminal Justice Division
Austin, TX 78701
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: This report describes crime trends in Texas, the federally-funded programs for addressing crime, and the eligibility criteria and application process for grant funding for these programs.
Abstract: The State's Criminal Justice Division administers Federal funds under several national laws and performs several other functions in State government. Its annual plan has been restructured for the 1989 fiscal year, so that goals and strategies are published separately from other materials. Programs available for funding through the Criminal Justice Division address the following areas: prevention, detection, apprehension, prosecution, diversion, punishment, rehabilitation, and victim assistance. Funds are available for training, direct and support services, program development, information systems, facilities, coordination, research, program evaluation, and interagency efforts. Form for ordering a grant application kit, addresses of local councils of governments, and grant application information are included.
Main Term(s): State plans
Index Term(s): Crime prevention planning; Criminal justice system planning; Federal programs; Grants or contracts; Texas
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