FY 2014 Second Chance Act Comprehensive Juvenile Reentry Systems Reform Planning Programs Brought to you by:
The Na0onal Reentry Resource Center, a project of the Council of State Governments Jus0ce Center and the
Oﬃce of Juvenile Jus0ce and Delinquency Preven0on, U.S. Department of Jus0ce © 2011 Council of State Governments Jus0ce Center
The Second Chance Act of 2007
• Public Law 110-‐199 signed into law on April 8, 2008 • Authorized $165 million for prisoner reentry programs in ﬁscal years 2009 and 2010, including $55 million for state and local reentry demonstra0on projects
• Authorized by the passage of the Second Chance Act in April 2008 • Launched by the Council of State Governments in October 2009 • Administered in partnership with the Bureau of Jus0ce Assistance, U.S. Department of Jus0ce • The NRRC has provided technical assistance to over 600 juvenile and adult reentry grantees since incep0on
Speakers Josh Weber
Director of Juvenile Jus0ce Program Council of State Governments Jus0ce Center email@example.com
Policy Analyst Council of State Governments Jus0ce Center firstname.lastname@example.org.
Juvenile Jus0ce Program Specialist Oﬃce of Juvenile Jus0ce and Delinquency Preven0on Oﬃce of Jus0ce Programs U.S. Department of Jus0ce Gwendolyn.email@example.com
Today’s Presentation Goals of Ini0a0ve Award Details Eligibility Criteria Target Popula0on Program-‐Speciﬁc Informa0on Applica0on Details 5
Goals of Initiative To develop a Comprehensive Juvenile Reentry Systems Reform Strategic Plan that includes the following: • Improved assessment policies and prac0ces. • A more integrated approach to pre-‐release services and planning and post-‐release services and supervision that reﬂects what research demonstrates improve outcomes (see Appendix A). • Enhanced program/policy monitoring, quality assessments, implementa0on supports, and accountability prac0ces. • Enhanced youth outcomes data collec0on, analysis, repor0ng, and decision-‐making.
Amount and Length of Awards • OJJDP will make as many as 8 awards this ﬁscal year. • Awards will be as high as $100,000. • Ini0al award period will be for a 12-‐month project period. Future Years Funding: FY14 planning awards under this program will be eligible for future funding that could include an individual implementa0on award. • In FY15, OJJDP expects to make as many as four total implementa0on awards. • Implementa0on awards will total $1 to $2 million each. • Awards will enable state to implement their strategic plans.
Eligibility Criteria • State juvenile correc0onal agencies • Juvenile jus0ce agencies that oversee the reentry process for youth placed in local correc0onal facili0es post-‐disposi0on • State planning agencies
Target Population • Robust target popula0on of incarcerated youth to impact state or local outcomes. • Focus on youth assessed as medium to high-‐risk for re-‐ oﬀending. • Targeted youth must be admieed to program prior to their 18th birthday (program may con0nue to implement its juvenile reentry plan for these youth beyond their 18th birthday).
Program-Specific Information: Defining and Measuring Youth Reentry Outcomes • Recidivism Reduc0on-‐ • Establish baseline recidivism rates. • Iden0fy ambi0ous, measurable, and achievable targets for reducing baseline rates. • Demonstrate annual progress toward achieving established targets.
• Posi0ve Youth Outcomes-‐ • Establish baselines for a priority set of posi0ve outcomes for the target youth popula0on. • Iden0fy ambi0ous, measurable, and achievable annual targets for improvement in these posi0ve youth outcomes. • Demonstrate annual progress toward achieving established targets.
Mandatory Requirements of a Comprehensive Reentry Program Descrip0on of state’s long-‐term reentry strategy. Detailed juvenile reentry implementa0on schedule and sustainability plan. Documenta0on reﬂec0ng establishment of a juvenile reentry task force. Discussion of role of stakeholders and cer0ﬁca0on of involvement. Extensive evidence of collabora0on with key state and local agencies. An extensive discussion of role of correc0onal agencies. Documenta0on that reﬂects support of chief execu0ve oﬃcer. Descrip0on of evidence-‐based methodology and outcome measures. A descrip0on of project replica0on if demonstrated eﬀec0ve. A plan for analysis of hurdles to reintegra0on of juveniles into the community. • Baseline recidivism rate for the proposed target popula0on. • • • • • • • • • •
Planning and Capacity Building Deliverables and Allowable Use of Funds • Establish a task force or commieee to develop a juvenile reentry systems reform strategic plan and guide and oversee its implementa0on. • Develop and implement an outcome measurement and evalua0on plan. • Develop a juvenile reentry systems reform strategic plan that includes a self-‐assessment and descrip0on of ac0ons that will be implemented to achieve key reforms. • Develop an Implementa0on Plan • Establish a Sustainability Plan
For Application Details… • • • • • • • • • •
Collabora:on with other Federal Agencies-‐ see page 12-‐13 Mandatory Requirements… -‐ see page 9-‐11 Budget Informa:on-‐ see pages 14-‐15 Performance Measures-‐ see pages 16-‐17 Project Evalua:ons-‐ see pages 17-‐18 What an Applica:on is Expected to Include: see pages 19-‐24 Selec:on Criteria-‐ see page 25 Review Process-‐ see page 25 Addi:onal Requirements-‐ see pages 27-‐28 How to Apply-‐ see pageg 28-‐30 13
Questions and Answers
Oﬃce of Juvenile JusBce and Delinquency PrevenBon (OJJDP) 810 Seventh Street NW Washington, DC 20531
100 Wall Street, 20th Floor New York, NY 10005 Phone: (877) 332-‐1719 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org hep://csgjus0cecenter.org/nrrc This presenta0on was prepared by the Oﬃce of Juvenile Jus0ce and Delinquency Preven0on, U.S. Department of Jus0ce. Presenta0ons are not externally reviewed for form or content. The statements reﬂect the views of the authors and should not be considered the oﬃcial posi0on of the CSG Jus0ce Center or the members of the Council of State Governments.