fugitive? Office of Justice Programs fiscal year 2009 Annual Report

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Response (Wanda Richardson) - 10/28/2010 04:26 PM
Hello Ben,

Thank you for bringing "Office of Justice Programs fiscal year 2009
Annual Report" to our attention, I will start the process of putting this
publication into the FDLP Program, also I will search for previous
issues.  Thank you for using askGPO and for your continued support of the
Federal Depository Library Program.  If you need additional assistance,
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Wanda Richardson
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Customer (Ben Amata) - 10/27/2010 04:36 PM
see: http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/newsroom/pdfs/09_ojp_annual_report.pdf

i don't find this cataloged nor do i find earlier reports.

"Fiscal year 2009 was a watershed for the Office of Justice Programs
(OJP). A new President and a new Attorney General took office during a
recession that threatened vital public safety services in many
communities. With funding from the American Recovery and Reinvestment
Act, OJP was able to help law enforcement departments, victim assistance
organizations, and other criminal and juvenile justice agencies hire and
retain staff. This funding, as well as funds from fiscal year 2009
appropriations, allowed OJP to make more than twice the number of grants
awarded in the previous fiscal year, exponentially increasing the
assistance provided to communities across the country.

Through a series of listening sessions and regular consultations with our
partners in the field, OJP reestablished important relationships with its
state, local, and tribal stakeholders. We also made great strides in
ensuring the central role of science in criminal and juvenile justice,
and launched a new Evidence Integration Initiative to help instill a
focus on data-driven approaches across the agency-and the field. One of
our primary goals was to ensure transparency and accountability in all
stages of the grants process. OJP is working to fulfill our duties to the
American taxpayers and our partners in the field through principles of
diligence, fairness, and openness.

The strong commitment of this Administration, this Department of Justice,
and OJP to the safety of America's communities should be evident in this
report. We are moving forward, and our momentum is strong."

Question Reference #101027-000080
    Category Level 1: Federal Depository Libraries
    Category Level 2: Fugitive publications/LostDocs
        Date Created: 10/27/2010 04:36 PM
        Last Updated: 10/28/2010 04:26 PM
              Status: Solved
          First Name: ben
           Last Name: amata
 Agency/Company Name: calif state univ sacramento
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Depository Library #: 0055A