Established by Congress in its 1992 amendments to the Juvenile
Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act of 1974, the Title V Program
gives communities the framework, tools, and funding they need to
prevent delinquency and help youth become productive, responsible
adults. This is the ninth annual report to Congress on the
activities of the Title V program. In addition to providing an
overview of the structure of the Community Prevention Grants
Program, the 2002 report to Congress looks at its conceptual
framework, including the importance of delinquency prevention, the
research on risk and protective factors, and current knowledge
about "what works" in delinquency prevention. It provides an update
on federal Title V allocations and state subgrant awards for 2002
and highlights the experience of Title V communities nationwide in
using the research base to implement, evaluate, and sustain their
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