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43-2404.01. Comprehensive juvenile services plan; statewide system to evaluate fund recipients.(1) To be eligible for participation in either the Commission Grant Program or the County Juvenile Services Aid Program, counties shall develop and adopt a comprehensive juvenile services plan and submit such plan to the commission in accordance with the federal act and rules and regulations adopted and promulgated by the commission in consultation with the Office of Juvenile Services. Such plan may be developed by individual counties or by multiple counties. Any portion of the comprehensive juvenile services plan dealing with administration, procedures, and programs of the juvenile court shall not be submitted to the commission without the concurrence of the presiding judge or judges of the court or courts having jurisdiction in juvenile cases for the geographic area to be served. Programs or services established by such plans shall conform to the family policy tenets prescribed in sections 43-532 to 43-534.(2) The commission, in consultation with the Office of Juvenile Services and the coalition, shall develop or contract for the development of a statewide system to monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of plans and programs receiving funds from: (a) The Commission Grant Program and (b) the County Juvenile Services Aid Program in preventing persons from entering the juvenile justice system and in rehabilitating juvenile offenders. SourceLaws 2001, LB 640, § 6; Laws 2005, LB 193, § 1.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Nebraska > Chapter43 > 43-2404_01

43-2404.01. Comprehensive juvenile services plan; statewide system to evaluate fund recipients.(1) To be eligible for participation in either the Commission Grant Program or the County Juvenile Services Aid Program, counties shall develop and adopt a comprehensive juvenile services plan and submit such plan to the commission in accordance with the federal act and rules and regulations adopted and promulgated by the commission in consultation with the Office of Juvenile Services. Such plan may be developed by individual counties or by multiple counties. Any portion of the comprehensive juvenile services plan dealing with administration, procedures, and programs of the juvenile court shall not be submitted to the commission without the concurrence of the presiding judge or judges of the court or courts having jurisdiction in juvenile cases for the geographic area to be served. Programs or services established by such plans shall conform to the family policy tenets prescribed in sections 43-532 to 43-534.(2) The commission, in consultation with the Office of Juvenile Services and the coalition, shall develop or contract for the development of a statewide system to monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of plans and programs receiving funds from: (a) The Commission Grant Program and (b) the County Juvenile Services Aid Program in preventing persons from entering the juvenile justice system and in rehabilitating juvenile offenders. SourceLaws 2001, LB 640, § 6; Laws 2005, LB 193, § 1.

State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Nebraska > Chapter43 > 43-2404_01

43-2404.01. Comprehensive juvenile services plan; statewide system to evaluate fund recipients.(1) To be eligible for participation in either the Commission Grant Program or the County Juvenile Services Aid Program, counties shall develop and adopt a comprehensive juvenile services plan and submit such plan to the commission in accordance with the federal act and rules and regulations adopted and promulgated by the commission in consultation with the Office of Juvenile Services. Such plan may be developed by individual counties or by multiple counties. Any portion of the comprehensive juvenile services plan dealing with administration, procedures, and programs of the juvenile court shall not be submitted to the commission without the concurrence of the presiding judge or judges of the court or courts having jurisdiction in juvenile cases for the geographic area to be served. Programs or services established by such plans shall conform to the family policy tenets prescribed in sections 43-532 to 43-534.(2) The commission, in consultation with the Office of Juvenile Services and the coalition, shall develop or contract for the development of a statewide system to monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of plans and programs receiving funds from: (a) The Commission Grant Program and (b) the County Juvenile Services Aid Program in preventing persons from entering the juvenile justice system and in rehabilitating juvenile offenders. SourceLaws 2001, LB 640, § 6; Laws 2005, LB 193, § 1.

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