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43-2412. Coalition; powers and duties.(1) Consistent with the purposes and objectives of the Juvenile Services Act and the federal act, the coalition shall:(a) Make recommendations to the commission on the awarding of grants under the Commission Grant Program to eligible applicants;(b) Identify juvenile justice issues, share information, and monitor and evaluate programs in the juvenile justice system;(c) Recommend guidelines and supervision procedures to the Office of Juvenile Services to be used to develop or expand local diversion programs for juveniles from the juvenile justice system;(d) Prepare an annual report to the Governor, the Legislature, and the Office of Juvenile Services including recommendations on administrative and legislative actions which would improve the juvenile justice system;(e) Ensure widespread citizen involvement in all phases of its work; and(f) Meet at least four times each year.(2) Consistent with the purposes and objectives of the acts and within the limits of available time and appropriations, the coalition may:(a) Recommend criteria to the Office of Juvenile Services for administrative procedures, including, but not limited to, procedures for intake, detention, petition filing, and probation supervision;(b) Recommend to the Office of Juvenile Services minimum professional standards, including requirements for continuing professional training, for employees of community-based, youth-serving agencies;(c) Recommend to the Office of Juvenile Services curricula for and cause to have conducted training sessions for juvenile court judges and employees of other community-based, youth-serving agencies;(d) Assist and advise state and local agencies in the establishment of volunteer training programs and the utilization of volunteers;(e) Apply for and receive funds from federal and private sources for carrying out its powers and duties; and(f) Provide technical assistance to eligible applicants.(3) In formulating, adopting, and promulgating the standards, recommendations, and guidelines provided for in this section, the coalition shall consider the differences among counties in population, in geography, and in the availability of local resources. SourceLaws 1990, LB 663, § 12; Laws 1992, LB 447, § 12; Laws 1997, LB 424, § 9; Laws 2000, LB 1167, § 49; Laws 2001, LB 640, § 12.

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Statutes > Nebraska > Chapter43 > 43-2412

43-2412. Coalition; powers and duties.(1) Consistent with the purposes and objectives of the Juvenile Services Act and the federal act, the coalition shall:(a) Make recommendations to the commission on the awarding of grants under the Commission Grant Program to eligible applicants;(b) Identify juvenile justice issues, share information, and monitor and evaluate programs in the juvenile justice system;(c) Recommend guidelines and supervision procedures to the Office of Juvenile Services to be used to develop or expand local diversion programs for juveniles from the juvenile justice system;(d) Prepare an annual report to the Governor, the Legislature, and the Office of Juvenile Services including recommendations on administrative and legislative actions which would improve the juvenile justice system;(e) Ensure widespread citizen involvement in all phases of its work; and(f) Meet at least four times each year.(2) Consistent with the purposes and objectives of the acts and within the limits of available time and appropriations, the coalition may:(a) Recommend criteria to the Office of Juvenile Services for administrative procedures, including, but not limited to, procedures for intake, detention, petition filing, and probation supervision;(b) Recommend to the Office of Juvenile Services minimum professional standards, including requirements for continuing professional training, for employees of community-based, youth-serving agencies;(c) Recommend to the Office of Juvenile Services curricula for and cause to have conducted training sessions for juvenile court judges and employees of other community-based, youth-serving agencies;(d) Assist and advise state and local agencies in the establishment of volunteer training programs and the utilization of volunteers;(e) Apply for and receive funds from federal and private sources for carrying out its powers and duties; and(f) Provide technical assistance to eligible applicants.(3) In formulating, adopting, and promulgating the standards, recommendations, and guidelines provided for in this section, the coalition shall consider the differences among counties in population, in geography, and in the availability of local resources. SourceLaws 1990, LB 663, § 12; Laws 1992, LB 447, § 12; Laws 1997, LB 424, § 9; Laws 2000, LB 1167, § 49; Laws 2001, LB 640, § 12.

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State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Nebraska > Chapter43 > 43-2412

43-2412. Coalition; powers and duties.(1) Consistent with the purposes and objectives of the Juvenile Services Act and the federal act, the coalition shall:(a) Make recommendations to the commission on the awarding of grants under the Commission Grant Program to eligible applicants;(b) Identify juvenile justice issues, share information, and monitor and evaluate programs in the juvenile justice system;(c) Recommend guidelines and supervision procedures to the Office of Juvenile Services to be used to develop or expand local diversion programs for juveniles from the juvenile justice system;(d) Prepare an annual report to the Governor, the Legislature, and the Office of Juvenile Services including recommendations on administrative and legislative actions which would improve the juvenile justice system;(e) Ensure widespread citizen involvement in all phases of its work; and(f) Meet at least four times each year.(2) Consistent with the purposes and objectives of the acts and within the limits of available time and appropriations, the coalition may:(a) Recommend criteria to the Office of Juvenile Services for administrative procedures, including, but not limited to, procedures for intake, detention, petition filing, and probation supervision;(b) Recommend to the Office of Juvenile Services minimum professional standards, including requirements for continuing professional training, for employees of community-based, youth-serving agencies;(c) Recommend to the Office of Juvenile Services curricula for and cause to have conducted training sessions for juvenile court judges and employees of other community-based, youth-serving agencies;(d) Assist and advise state and local agencies in the establishment of volunteer training programs and the utilization of volunteers;(e) Apply for and receive funds from federal and private sources for carrying out its powers and duties; and(f) Provide technical assistance to eligible applicants.(3) In formulating, adopting, and promulgating the standards, recommendations, and guidelines provided for in this section, the coalition shall consider the differences among counties in population, in geography, and in the availability of local resources. SourceLaws 1990, LB 663, § 12; Laws 1992, LB 447, § 12; Laws 1997, LB 424, § 9; Laws 2000, LB 1167, § 49; Laws 2001, LB 640, § 12.

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