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NCJ Number: 97204 Find in a Library
Title: Supplemental Funding Plan for Fiscal Year 1984
Corporate Author: National Institute of Corrections
United States of America
Date Published: 1985
Page Count: 16
Sponsoring Agency: National Institute of Corrections
Washington, DC 20534
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Language: English
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Annotation: This document describes new projects to be funded by the National Institute of Corrections in 1985 with a $3 million supplementary appropriation for fiscal year 1984.
Abstract: These projects developed for funding by the program divisions of the National Institute of Corrections address offender classification, staff training and personnel issues, crowded facilities, and pretrial classification and supervision. For each project, the following information is provided: project number, funds and grants available, estimated project length, eligibility, deadline for applications, and description. A total of 12 projects are described.
Index Term(s): Correctional Personnel Training; Correctional staff management; Corrections management; Grants or contracts; National Institute of Corrections (NIC); Offender classification; Pretrial programs; Prison overcrowding
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