Grants to counties for juvenile community correctional services
West's Kansas Statutes Annotated

Description: The commissioner of juvenile justice may make grants to counties for the development, implementation, operation and improvement of juvenile community correctional services including, but not limited to, restitution programs; victim services programs; balanced and restorative justice programs; preventive or diversionary correctional programs; programs to reduce racial, geographic and other biases that may exist in the juvenile justice system; and community juvenile corrections centers and facilities for the detention or confinement, care or treatment of juveniles being detained or adjudged to be a juvenile offender.

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