Office of Justice Programs Annual Report to Congress: Fiscal Year 2006   [open pdf - 14MB]

"This Annual Report provides an overview of many of the projects undertaken and led by OJP in an effort to fulfill the vision of providing unparalleled resources to the justice community. These resources represent much more than the invaluable monies allocated by Congress. To ensure that the funds reach those programs most in need and most able to utilize them fully, OJP draws on a wealth of knowledge supported by research and many years of staff experience. OJP employees spend countless hours reaching out to criminal justice organizations to ensure that the funds are used wisely, to further progress in the criminal justice field, and to disseminate information on the best approaches to making America's neighborhoods safer. The information contained in this report provides an accounting of many of these efforts to support and lead criminal justice programming around the country. Several OJP bureaus also provide an annual report to Congress which cumulatively contain a more comprehensive look at OJP programming. This report describes numerous OJP program accomplishments in Fiscal Year 2006, but does not attempt to describe every program."

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