South Carolina state strategy : Justice Assistance Grant Program, federal fiscal years 2008-2011

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South Carolina Department of Public Safety, Office of Justice Programs
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2008
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Federal aid to law enforcement agencies--South Carolina , Grants-in-aid--South Carolina , Criminal justice, Administration of--South Carolina
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This paper is a statewide strategy for drug and violent crime control programs to improve the functioning of the criminal justice system, with an emphasis on drug trafficking, violent crime and serious offenders. The format of the State Strategy, as required by the Bureau of Justice Assistance, begins with the Executive Summary. The next section, Data and Analysis, provides information and research to support the need for programs to be funded. This is followed by Resource Needs which describe in general the resources the state uses to address identified crime problems and the gaps that need to be filled. The State Strategy is also required to show the relationship of its priorities to the National Drug Strategy. The next section concerns selected programs that the State Administering Agency plans to fund and describes performance measures that will be collected related to each program. Finally, coordination efforts with other federal and nonfederal programs and funding sources are discussed.
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South Carolina State Library
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Copyright status undetermined. For more information contact, South Carolina State Library, 1500 Senate Street, Columbia, South Carolina 29201.
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