28 CFR 34.109 - Qualifications of peer reviewers.

§ 34.109 Qualifications of peer reviewers.
The general reviewer qualification criteria to be used in the selection of peer reviewers are:
(a) Generalized knowledge of juvenile justice or related fields; and
(b) Specialized knowledge in areas or disciplines addressed by the applications to be reviewed under a particular program.
(c) Must not have a conflict of interest (see OJP M7100.1C, par. 94).
Additional details concerning peer reviewer qualifications are provided in the OJJDP “Peer Review Guideline”.

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