Exhibit 3

Principles of Community-Based Prevention—Strategic Approach

Exhibit 3: Graphic showing the principles of community-based prevention (strategic approach).

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Exhibit 4

Implementation Steps of the Community Prevention Grants Program

Exhibit 4: Graphic showing the following implementation steps of the Community Prevention Grants Program: community mobilization, conduct assessment, implement prevention strategies, institutionalization and monitoring.

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Exhibit 5
Requirements for the Comprehensive Delinquency Prevention Plan
The designation of a Prevention Policy Board, consisting of 15 to 21 members representing a balance of public agencies, nonprofit organizations, private business and industry, at-risk youth, and parents.
Evidence of key community leaders’ support for the delinquency prevention effort.
Definition of the boundaries of the program’s targeted neighborhood or community.
An assessment of the community’s readiness to adopt a comprehensive risk-focused delinquency prevention strategy.
An assessment of baseline data related to risk and protective factors prevalent in the community.
An identification of available resources and promising approaches that address identified risk and protective factors and an assessment of gaps in existing services.
A strategy for mobilizing the community to implement delinquency prevention activities.
A strategy for obtaining and coordinating identified resources to implement promising approaches that address priority risk factors and strengthen protective factors.
A plan describing how program funds and matching resources will be used to accomplish stated goals and objectives.
A description of the Prevention Policy Board’s program management role.
A plan for collecting performance and outcome evaluation data.

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Exhibit 6
Title V Appropriations 1994–2000

  • In Fiscal Year 1994, $13 million was appropriated under Title V to fund States’ and territories’ delinquency prevention strategies.

  • In Fiscal Year 1995, of the $20 million appropriated, $1 million was applied to prevention programming under the SafeFutures Initiative. Unobligated funds from Fiscal Year 1994 ($257,000) were combined with the remaining $19 million of Fiscal Year 1995 funds, a total of $19,257,000 allocated to States and territories under the Community Prevention Grants Program.

  • In Fiscal Year 1996, of the $20 million appropriated, $200,000 was applied to the SafeFutures Initiative. Unobligated funds from Fiscal Year 1995 ($133,000) were combined with the remaining $19.8 million of Fiscal Year 1996 funds, a total of $19,933,000 allocated to States and territories under the Community Prevention Grants Program.

  • In Fiscal Year 1997, of the $20 million appropriated, $1.2 million was applied to the SafeFutures Initiative. Unobligated funds from Fiscal Year 1996 ($133,000) were combined with the remaining $18.8 million of Fiscal Year 1997 funds, a total of $18,933,000 allocated to States and territories under the Community Prevention Grants Program.

  • In Fiscal Year 1998, of the $20 million appropriated, $1.2 million was applied to the SafeFutures Initiative. Unobligated funds from Fiscal Year 1997 ($33,000) were combined with the remaining $18.8 million of Fiscal Year 1998 funds, a total of $18,833,000 allocated to States and territories under the Community Prevention Grants Program.

  • In Fiscal Year 1999, of the $95 million appropriated, $25 million was designated for the Enforcing Underage Drinking Laws Program, $15 million for the Safe Schools Initiative, and $10 million to the Tribal Youth Program, $1.2 million was applied to the SafeFutures Initiative, $900,000 was allocated under a 2 percent statutory set aside to support Community Prevention Grants Program-related training and technical assistance, and $2,690,000 was allocated under a 10 percent statutory set aside to support Community Prevention Grants Program-related research, evaluation, and statistics. Unobligated funds from Fiscal Year 1998 ($334,000) were combined with the remaining $40,210,000 for a total of $40,544,000 allocated to States and territories under the Community Prevention Grants Program.

  • In Fiscal Year 2000, of the $95 million appropriated under Title V, $25 million was designated for the Enforcing Underage Drinking Laws Program, $15 million for the Safe Schools Initiative, and $12.5 million for the Tribal Youth Program, $1.2 million was applied to the SafeFutures Initiative, $850,000 was allocated under a 2 percent statutory set aside for training and technical assistance, and $4,250,000 was allocated under a 10 percent statutory set aside for research, evaluation and statistics. Unobligated funds from Fiscal Year 1999 ($216,000) were combined with the remaining $36,200,000 for a total of $36,416,000 allocated to States and territories under the Community Prevention Grants Program.

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Exhibit 7

Title V Community Prevention Grants Program
Number of Subgrants by State, 1994–2000 (Total=1,093)

Exhibit 7: Map of United States showing Title V Community Prevention Grants Program--number of subgrants by State for 1994-2000 (total=1,093).
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Exhibit 8
Allocation of Community Prevention Grants Program Funds to States


Fiscal Year 1994 (FY 94): $13,000,000
Fiscal Year 1995 (FY 95): $19,257,000
Fiscal Year 1996 (FY 96): $19,933,000
Fiscal Year 1997 (FY 97): $18,933,000
Fiscal Year 1998 (FY 98): $18,833,000
Fiscal Year 1999 (FY 99): $40,544,000
Fiscal Year 2000 (FY 00):   $36,416,000
State/Territory FY 94-99
Amount
FY 00
Amount
Total
Amount
Alabama $2,013,000 $567,000 $2,580,000
Alaska $585,000 $101,000 $686,000
Arizona $2,193,000 $661,000 $2,854,000
Arkansas $1,214,000 $342,000 $1,556,000
California $16,415,000 $4,662,000 $21,077,000
Colorado $1,833,000 $544,000 $2,377,000
Connecticut 1 $1,341,000 $370,000 $1,711,000
Delaware $579,000 $100,000 $679,000
Florida $6,247,000 $1,852,000 $8,099,000
Georgia $3,409,000 $999,000 $4,408,000
Hawaii $652,000 $156,000 $807,000
Idaho $681,000 $184,000 $865,000
Illinois $5,555,000 $1,576,000 $7,131,000
Indiana $2,778,000 $794,000 $3,572,000
Iowa $1,360,000 $378,000 $1,738,000
Kansas $1,286,000 $365,000 $1,651,000
Kentucky $1,809,000 $517,000 $2,326,000
Louisiana $2,163,000 $583,000 $2,746,000
Maine $649,000 $153,000 $802,000
Maryland $2,363,000 $673,000 $3,036,000
Massachusetts $2,544,000 $723,000 $3,267,000
Michigan $4,464,000 $1,258,000 $5,722,000
Minnesota $2,321,000 $659,000 $2,980,000
Mississippi $1,414,000 $396,000 $1,810,000
Missouri $2,457,000 $693,000 $3,150,000
Montana $610,000 $117,000 $727,000
Nebraska $828,000 $233,000 $1,061,000
Nevada $761,000 $244,000 $1,005,000
New Hampshire $639,000 $148,000 $787,000
New Jersey $3,650,000 $1,041,000 $4,691,000
New Mexico $924,000 $164,000 $1,178,000
New York $7,657,000 $2,107,000 $9,764,000
North Carolina $3,022,000 $897,000 $3,919,000
North Dakota $575,000 $100,000 $675,000
Ohio $5,327,000 $1,488,000 $6,815,000
Oklahoma $1,638,000 $460,000 $2,098,000
Oregon $1,488,000 $432,000 $1,920,000
Pennsylvania $5,389,000 $1,496,000 $6,885,000
Rhode Island $612,000 $124,000 $736,000
South Carolina $1,682,000 $472,000 $2,154,000
South Dakota 3, 5 $591,000 $105,000 $696,000
Tennessee $2,436,000 $697,000 $3,133,000
Texas $9,574,000 $2,777,000 $12,351,000
Utah $1,264,000 $367,000 $1,631,000
Vermont $575,000 $100,000 $675,000
Virginia $3,022,000 $860,000 $3,882,000
Washington $2,658,000 $770,000 $3,428,000
West Virginia $792,000 $211,000 $1,003,000
Wisconsin $2,406,000 $664,000 $3,070,000
Wyoming 1, 2, 3, 5 $575,000 $100,000 $675,000
District of Columbia 4 $575,000 $100,000 $675,000
American Samoa $190,000 $33,000 $223,000
Guam 1 $190,000 $33,000 $223,000
Puerto Rico $2,145,000 $604,000 $2,749,000
Virgin Islands 1, 2, 3 $190,000 $33,000 $223,000
N. Mariana Islands $190,000 $33,000 $223,000
  1. These States/territories did not apply for FY 94 funds.
  2. These States/territories did not apply for FY 95, FY 96, or FY 97 funds.
  3. These States/territories did not apply for FY 98 funds.
  4. FY 98 funds held.
  5. These States did not apply for FY 99 or FY 00 funds.

Title V Community Prevention Grants Program 2000 Report to Congress