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43-2404.02. County JuvenileServices Aid Program; created; use; reports.(1)There is created a separate and distinct budgetary program within the commissionto be known as the County Juvenile Services Aid Program. Funding acquiredfrom participation in the federal act, state General Funds, and funding acquiredfrom other sources which may be used for purposes consistent with the JuvenileServices Act and the federal act shall be used to aid counties in the establishmentand provision of community-based services for accused and adjudicated juvenileoffenders and to increase capacity for community-based services to juveniles.(2) The annual General Fund appropriation to the County JuvenileServices Aid Program shall be apportioned to the counties as aid in accordancewith a formula established in rules and regulations adopted and promulgatedby the commission. The formula shall be based on the total number of residentsper county who are twelve years of age through eighteen years of age and otherrelevant factors as determined by the commission. The commission may requirea local match of up to forty percent from counties receiving aid under suchprogram. Any local expenditures for community-based programs for juvenilesmay be applied toward such match requirement.(3) Funds provided to counties under the County JuvenileServices Aid Program shall be used exclusively to assist counties in implementationand operation of programs or services identified in their comprehensive juvenileservices plan, including, but not limited to, programs for assessment andevaluation, prevention of delinquent behavior, diversion, shelter care, intensivejuvenile probation services, restitution, family support services, and familygroup conferencing. In distributingfunds provided under the County Juvenile Services Aid Program, counties shallprioritize programs and services that will reduce the juvenile detention population. Nofunds appropriated or distributed under the County Juvenile Services Aid Programshall be used for construction of secure detention facilities, secure youthtreatment facilities, or secure youth confinement facilities. Aid receivedunder this section shall not be used for capital construction or the leaseor acquisition of facilities and shall not be used to replace existing fundingfor programs or services. Any funds not distributed to counties under thissubsection shall be retained by the commission to be distributed on a competitivebasis under the County Juvenile Services Aid Program.(4) Any county receiving funding under the County JuvenileServices Aid Program shall file an annual report as required by rules andregulations adopted and promulgated by the commission. The report shall include,but not be limited to, information on the total number of juveniles served,the units of service provided, a listing of the county's annual juvenile justicebudgeted and actual expenditures, and a listing of expenditures for detention,residential treatment, and nonresidential treatment.(5) The commission shall report annually to the Governorand the Legislature on the distribution and use of funds appropriated underthe County Juvenile Services Aid Program.(6) The commission shall adopt and promulgate rules and regulationsto implement this section. SourceLaws 2001, LB 640, § 7; Laws 2005, LB 193, § 2; Laws 2008, LB1014, § 54; Laws 2010, LB800, § 33.Effective Date: July 15, 2010

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Statutes > Nebraska > Chapter43 > 43-2404_02

43-2404.02. County JuvenileServices Aid Program; created; use; reports.(1)There is created a separate and distinct budgetary program within the commissionto be known as the County Juvenile Services Aid Program. Funding acquiredfrom participation in the federal act, state General Funds, and funding acquiredfrom other sources which may be used for purposes consistent with the JuvenileServices Act and the federal act shall be used to aid counties in the establishmentand provision of community-based services for accused and adjudicated juvenileoffenders and to increase capacity for community-based services to juveniles.(2) The annual General Fund appropriation to the County JuvenileServices Aid Program shall be apportioned to the counties as aid in accordancewith a formula established in rules and regulations adopted and promulgatedby the commission. The formula shall be based on the total number of residentsper county who are twelve years of age through eighteen years of age and otherrelevant factors as determined by the commission. The commission may requirea local match of up to forty percent from counties receiving aid under suchprogram. Any local expenditures for community-based programs for juvenilesmay be applied toward such match requirement.(3) Funds provided to counties under the County JuvenileServices Aid Program shall be used exclusively to assist counties in implementationand operation of programs or services identified in their comprehensive juvenileservices plan, including, but not limited to, programs for assessment andevaluation, prevention of delinquent behavior, diversion, shelter care, intensivejuvenile probation services, restitution, family support services, and familygroup conferencing. In distributingfunds provided under the County Juvenile Services Aid Program, counties shallprioritize programs and services that will reduce the juvenile detention population. Nofunds appropriated or distributed under the County Juvenile Services Aid Programshall be used for construction of secure detention facilities, secure youthtreatment facilities, or secure youth confinement facilities. Aid receivedunder this section shall not be used for capital construction or the leaseor acquisition of facilities and shall not be used to replace existing fundingfor programs or services. Any funds not distributed to counties under thissubsection shall be retained by the commission to be distributed on a competitivebasis under the County Juvenile Services Aid Program.(4) Any county receiving funding under the County JuvenileServices Aid Program shall file an annual report as required by rules andregulations adopted and promulgated by the commission. The report shall include,but not be limited to, information on the total number of juveniles served,the units of service provided, a listing of the county's annual juvenile justicebudgeted and actual expenditures, and a listing of expenditures for detention,residential treatment, and nonresidential treatment.(5) The commission shall report annually to the Governorand the Legislature on the distribution and use of funds appropriated underthe County Juvenile Services Aid Program.(6) The commission shall adopt and promulgate rules and regulationsto implement this section. SourceLaws 2001, LB 640, § 7; Laws 2005, LB 193, § 2; Laws 2008, LB1014, § 54; Laws 2010, LB800, § 33.Effective Date: July 15, 2010

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Statutes > Nebraska > Chapter43 > 43-2404_02

43-2404.02. County JuvenileServices Aid Program; created; use; reports.(1)There is created a separate and distinct budgetary program within the commissionto be known as the County Juvenile Services Aid Program. Funding acquiredfrom participation in the federal act, state General Funds, and funding acquiredfrom other sources which may be used for purposes consistent with the JuvenileServices Act and the federal act shall be used to aid counties in the establishmentand provision of community-based services for accused and adjudicated juvenileoffenders and to increase capacity for community-based services to juveniles.(2) The annual General Fund appropriation to the County JuvenileServices Aid Program shall be apportioned to the counties as aid in accordancewith a formula established in rules and regulations adopted and promulgatedby the commission. The formula shall be based on the total number of residentsper county who are twelve years of age through eighteen years of age and otherrelevant factors as determined by the commission. The commission may requirea local match of up to forty percent from counties receiving aid under suchprogram. Any local expenditures for community-based programs for juvenilesmay be applied toward such match requirement.(3) Funds provided to counties under the County JuvenileServices Aid Program shall be used exclusively to assist counties in implementationand operation of programs or services identified in their comprehensive juvenileservices plan, including, but not limited to, programs for assessment andevaluation, prevention of delinquent behavior, diversion, shelter care, intensivejuvenile probation services, restitution, family support services, and familygroup conferencing. In distributingfunds provided under the County Juvenile Services Aid Program, counties shallprioritize programs and services that will reduce the juvenile detention population. Nofunds appropriated or distributed under the County Juvenile Services Aid Programshall be used for construction of secure detention facilities, secure youthtreatment facilities, or secure youth confinement facilities. Aid receivedunder this section shall not be used for capital construction or the leaseor acquisition of facilities and shall not be used to replace existing fundingfor programs or services. Any funds not distributed to counties under thissubsection shall be retained by the commission to be distributed on a competitivebasis under the County Juvenile Services Aid Program.(4) Any county receiving funding under the County JuvenileServices Aid Program shall file an annual report as required by rules andregulations adopted and promulgated by the commission. The report shall include,but not be limited to, information on the total number of juveniles served,the units of service provided, a listing of the county's annual juvenile justicebudgeted and actual expenditures, and a listing of expenditures for detention,residential treatment, and nonresidential treatment.(5) The commission shall report annually to the Governorand the Legislature on the distribution and use of funds appropriated underthe County Juvenile Services Aid Program.(6) The commission shall adopt and promulgate rules and regulationsto implement this section. SourceLaws 2001, LB 640, § 7; Laws 2005, LB 193, § 2; Laws 2008, LB1014, § 54; Laws 2010, LB800, § 33.Effective Date: July 15, 2010

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