2009 Budget and Performance Summary - Juvenile Justice Program (JJ)

OFFICE OF JUSTICE PROGRAMS -- JUVENILE JUSTICE PROGRAMS

(Dollars in Thousands)

       
  Pos. FTE Amount
       
       
2007 Enacted with Rescission 0 0 338,362
Transfer to Justice Assistance
for Administrative Functions
    -12,164
Rescission of Balances     -5,200
2007 Enacted with Rescission and
Transfer
0 0 320,998
       
2008 Appropriation 0 0 383,513
Transfer to Justice Assistance
for Administrative Functions
    -15,057
Rescission of Balances 0 0 -10,000
2008 Enacted (with Rescission
and Transfer)
0 0 358,456
       
2009 Request 0 0 164,199
       
Change
2009 from 2008
0 0 -194,257
       
Technical Adjustments:      
Adjustment for 2008
Transfer to Justice Assistance for Administrative Functions
    15,057
Restoration of 2008
Rescission of Balances
    10,000
Total, Technical
Adjustments
0 0 25,057
       
Adjustments to Base:      
Transfer to Justice Assistance
for Administrative Functions
    -20,801
       
2009 Current Services 0 0 360,712
       
Program Increase: Creation of
New Child Safety and Juvenile Justice Program
0 0 185,000
Program Offsets: Grant Consolidations 0 0 -383,513
Total Program Changes 0 0 -198,513
       
2009 Request 0 0 164,199
Rescission of Balances*     -20,000
* Note that the FY 2009 budget proposes a rescission against balances available in all OJP accounts of $100 million. However, the distribution of that rescission is yet to be determined, and so the $20 milion shown above it just an estimate of what may come from this account, but is subject to change based on actual recoveries.

 

OFFICE OF JUSTICE PROGRAMS -- JUVENILE JUSTICE PROGRAMS
(Dollars in Thousands)

Major Program Proposals: 2008
Enacted
2009
Request
 
1. Child Safety and Juvenile Justice Program $ 0 $ 185,000
    [164,199]
This new initiative will eliminate all earmarks for existing juvenile justice programs and create a single, flexible competitive grant program that can address multiple child safety juvenile justice needs as well as school safety. This initiative will also fund activities authorized under the Walsh Act. The amount in brackets represents total programmatic dollars available in this new program after administrative dollars are subtracted.