16.757 Judicial Training on Child Maltreatment for Court Personnel Juvenile Justice Programs

Department of Justice

Courts and child welfare agencies face unprecedented challenges in managing complex child abuse and neglect cases and voluminous caseloads. In addition, they must comply with federal child welfare reform laws and reform initiatives designed to achieve safe, permanent homes for abused and neglected children. Through this program, OJJDP seeks to provide judicial, legal, and social service professionals with the training and technical assistance they need to meet the numerous challenges facing juvenile and family courts.

Revise results below

Total Program Obligations*: (grants and loans)
  • 2009: $2,471,365
  • 2010: $2,500,000
  • 2011: $2,500,000
  • Consistency (Grants)200920102011
    percent or dollar amount of obligations that were over/under reported, or not reported at all
    Over Reported
    Under Reported$26,034
    Not Reported$2,471,365$2,500,000
  • Completeness200920102011
    percent or dollar amount of obligations that failed each field
    Recipient type
    Federal Agency
    CFDA Program Number
    Funding Amount
    Principal Place of Grant Code
    Recipient Name
    Recipient State
    Recipient County Code
    Recipient County Name
    Recipient City Code
    Recipient City Name
    Principal State of Grant
    Record Type
    Action Type
    Recipient Congressional District
    Obligation Action Date Formatted Correctly
    Assistance Type
    Federal Award ID
* Total program obligations reported in the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance
No obligations reported in the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance