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Wake County Juvenile Crime Prevention Council
Annual Plan 2008-2009
May 22, 2008

Wake County Juvenile Crime Prevention Council Annual Plan 2008-2009 Table of Contents
Executive Summary ……………………………………….……………….…………….1 JCPC Organizational Structure………………………….……………….……………..3 County Risk and Needs Assessment Summary…….………………….……………4 Risk Factor Observations………………….…………………….…………..4 Elevated Needs Observations…………….…………….…………………..5 Gaps, Trends and Other Data……………………………..…………………………….7 JCPC Request for Proposals……………………………..………………….………….9 JCPC Screening Criteria for Program Applications…..……………..…….………10 Program Descriptions FY 08-09..……………………………………………………...14 DJJDP Funding Allocation FY 08-09……………………………………..15

JCPC Action Plan…………………………………………………………...….………...16

Appendices
Appendix A FY 07-08 Six-month Program Review Summary Appendix B Wake County Continuum of Services Appendix C System and Services Flow Appendix D Research Based Program Summary

Executive Summary
The Wake County Juvenile Crime Prevention Council (JCPC), in fulfillment of the duties and responsibilities as set forth in the General Statutes of the State of North Carolina, has completed the activities required to develop this County Plan for FY 2008/2009. The JCPC has identified issues and factors that have an influence and impact upon delinquent youth, atrisk youth, and their families in Wake County. Further, the JCPC has identified strategies and services most likely to reduce/prevent delinquent behavior. JCPC Action Plan: An Action Plan to impact delinquent behavior (included in this document) has been developed. With the goals, measurable objectives and corresponding outcomes, the JCPC proposes to prevent or reduce delinquent behavior in Wake County youth. Priorities for Funding: Through a risk & needs assessment and a resource assessment, the JCPC has determined that the following services are needed to reduce/prevent delinquency in Wake County: Major service gaps identified by the Wake County JCPC include the development and strengthening of effective and accessible alternatives to suspension programs, gang prevention and intervention programs and programs that increase parental involvement and support. Wake County JCPC is particularly interested in programs that are culturally competent, inclusive and accessible to youth and their families. Monitoring and Evaluation: Each program funded in the past year by the JCPC has been monitored. The monitoring results and program outcomes evaluations were considered in making funding allocation decisions. The JCPC continues to conduct implementation monitoring of its action plan and its funded programs on a quarterly basis. Please Appendix A for the six-month report of FY 07-08 funded programs. Funding Recommendations: Having published a Request for Proposals for needed services for a minimum of thirty (30) days, the JCPC has screened the submitted proposals and has determined which proposals best meet the advertised needed services. As required by statute, the JCPC recommends allocation of the NC Department of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (NC DJJDP) Funds to the following Programs in the amounts specified below for FY 08-09. Program descriptions begin on page 14 of this document. About Face - Dress for Success Family Resource Center - Parenting Wisely Haven House - Homesteaders Haven House - Residential Treatment Haven House - Restitution Haven House - Structured Day Haven House - Wrenn House ReEntry Teen Court Riley Hill - Right Choice Wake County Human Services - 4H Spaces $ 66,788 $ 36,000 $ 54,225 $ 185,774 $ 233,835 $ 217,247 $ 127,180 $ 122,793 $ 23,000 $ 83,921

Wake County Juvenile Crime Prevention Council 2008-2009 Annual Plan

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The JCPC further recommends that $15,500 be allocated from the NC DJJDP funds for the administrative costs of the Council for FY 08-09. The JCPC makes the following additional recommendation to (or brings the following to the attention of) the...
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