42 U.S. Code Chapter 72 - JUVENILE JUSTICE AND DELINQUENCY PREVENTION
- SUBCHAPTER I—GENERALLY (§§ 5601–5603)
- SUBCHAPTER II—PROGRAMS AND OFFICES (§§ 5611–5681)
- SUBCHAPTER III—RUNAWAY AND HOMELESS YOUTH (§§ 5701–5752)
- SUBCHAPTER IV—MISSING CHILDREN (§§ 5771–5780a)
- SUBCHAPTER V—INCENTIVE GRANTS FOR LOCAL DELINQUENCY PREVENTION PROGRAMS (§§ 5781–5784)
- SUBCHAPTER VI—PUBLIC OUTREACH (§§ 5791–5792a)
5611. Establishment. 5612. Personnel. 5613. Voluntary and uncompensated services. 5614. Concentration of Federal efforts. 5615. Joint funding; non-Federal share requirements. 5616. Coordinating Council on Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. 5617. Annual report. 5618, 5619. Repealed.
5631. Authority to make grants and contracts. 5632. Allocation of funds. 5633. State plans. 5634 to 5639. Repealed.
5651. Authority to make grants. 5652. Allocation. 5653. Eligibility of States. 5654. Grants for local projects. 5655. Eligibility of entities. 5656. Grants to Indian tribes.
5661. Research and evaluation; statistical analyses; information dissemination. 5662. Training and technical assistance.
5665. Grants and projects. 5666. Grants for technical assistance. 5667. Eligibility. 5668. Reports.
5671. Authorization of appropriations. 5672. Administrative authority. 5673. Withholding. 5674. Use of funds. 5675. Payments. 5676. Confidentiality of program records. 5677. Limitations on use of funds. 5678. Rules of construction. 5679. Leasing surplus Federal property. 5680. Issuance of rules. 5681. Content of materials. SUBCHAPTER III—RUNAWAY AND HOMELESS YOUTH 5701. Findings. 5702. Promulgation of rules.
5711. Authority to make grants. 5712. Eligibility; plan requirements. 5712a to 5712d. Repealed. 5713. Approval of applications. 5714. Grants to private entities; staffing.
5714–1. Authority for program. 5714–2. Eligibility.
5714–11. Authority to make grants.
5714–21. Coordination. 5714–22. Grants for technical assistance and training. 5714–23. Authority to make grants for research, evaluation, demonstration, and service projects. 5714–24. Demonstration projects to provide services to youth in rural areas. 5714–25. Periodic estimate of incidence and prevalence of youth homelessness.
5714–41. Authority to make grants.
5714a. Assistance to potential grantees. 5714b. Lease of surplus Federal facilities for use as runaway and homeless youth centers or as transitional living youth shelter facilities. 5715. Reports. 5716. Federal and non-Federal share; methods of payment. 5731. Restrictions on disclosure and transfer. 5731a. Consolidated review of applications. 5732. Evaluation and information. 5732–1. Performance standards. 5732a. Definitions. 5733. Repealed. 5741. Repealed. 5751. Authorization of appropriations. 5752. Restriction on use of funds. SUBCHAPTER IV—MISSING CHILDREN 5771. Findings. 5772. Definitions. 5773. Duties and functions of the Administrator. 5774. Repealed. 5775. Grants. 5776. Criteria for grants. 5776a. Oversight and accountability. 5777. Authorization of appropriations. 5778. Repealed. 5779. Reporting requirement. 5780. State requirements. 5780a. Authority of Inspectors General. SUBCHAPTER V—INCENTIVE GRANTS FOR LOCAL DELINQUENCY PREVENTION PROGRAMS 5781. Definition. 5782. Duties and functions of the Administrator. 5783. Grants for delinquency prevention programs. 5784. Authorization of appropriations. SUBCHAPTER VI—PUBLIC OUTREACH
5791. National coordination of AMBER Alert communications network. 5791a. Minimum standards for issuance and dissemination of alerts through AMBER Alert communications network. 5791b. Grant program for notification and communications systems along highways for recovery of abducted children. 5791c. Grant program for support of AMBER Alert communications plans. 5791d. Limitation on liability.
5792. Definitions. 5792a. Procedures in public buildings regarding a missing or lost child.
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|42 USC||Description of Change||Session Year||Public Law||Statutes at Large|
|§ 5611||2012||112-166 [Sec.] 2(h)(4)||126 Stat. 1285|