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Annual report on the Edward Byrne Memorial State and Local Law Enforcement Assistance Formula Grant Program activities. Many valuable and productive drug, gang and violent crime prevention activities are funded and conducted throughout Arizona by local towns, cities, counties and the State, operating as coordinated, partnership efforts with projects supported by Formula Drug Grant program funds. These Annual Reports provide summary information on projects receiving funds from the Formula Grant Program for the period beginning July 1 and ending June 30.
An update to the Flagstaff Regional Plan 2030 (FRP30), to bring its Road Network Illustration (Map 25) into compliance with Arizona Revised Statute requirements and to resolve inconsistencies between Map 25 and parts of the Flagstaff City Code. This update does not alter the intent of FRP30; it is only concerned with correcting errors, removing legal vulnerability, and improving the readability of FRP30.
Arizona’s Annual Report on activities carried out under the Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Grant program for each fiscal year ending September 30. In Arizona, federal Residential Substance Abuse Treatment funds are used to help the state and local governments improve residential substance abuse treatment programs within the state and local correctional and detention facilities. Residential treatment provides care 24 hours per day, in correctional settings, using the therapeutic community and cognitive-behavioral therapy models.
House Bill 2554 appropriated $3 million from the state general fund in fiscal year 2007 to the Arizona Criminal Justice Commission for distribution to each county board of supervisors for “…increased methamphetamine interdiction efforts including investigation, training, prosecution, abuse treatment, or education programs.” By statute, each county that receives funds was required to submit quarterly reports to ACJC regarding the use and effectiveness of its award. The forms requested information on the type of program(s) developed, a description of the performance measures used to document the effectiveness of these funds, and the activity of each funded program. These reports provides a brief summary of activity of the two-year Methamphetamine Interdiction Fund project. They provide a summary of the reports submitted by each county.
This report describes the results of a process and impact evaluation of the Kino Coalition Weed and Seed site in Tucson, Arizona. The evaluation was conducted from February through June of 2006, and covered the first four years of Kino’s existence as an accepted site.
The "2003 White Paper" attempts to present a comprehensive statewide report on the occurrence of crime in Arizona, as well as the associated workload of the criminal justice system. One of the most comprehensive resources since the publication of the "1995 White Paper" was the "2002 Crime Trends in Arizona" report. The "2003 White Paper" builds upon the "Crime Trends" report and gives the reader the comprehensive comparison to the changes that have taken place in the criminal justice system since the "1995 White Paper." It is the intent of this study to provide information in a factual and objective manner allowing easy access and individual interpretation.
This summary tracks the number of bills posted; how many passed through both the Senate and the House; the number signed into law, and those that were vetoed.
The Arizona Criminal Justice Commission conducts a statewide survey that is designed to measure the prevalence and frequency of substance abuse by youth, as well as their attitudes toward substance abuse. The Commission’s Statistical Analysis Center conducts a biennial Arizona Youth Survey. This survey is administered to a statewide sample of 8th, 10th, and 12th grade students attending public and charter middle and high schools throughout Arizona. This report provides a comprehensive statewide perspective on the data obtained through this significant statewide survey effort. Participating school and district officials also received school and district-specific data in the form of individualized reports to aid in local planning strategies and program development.
This report summarizes findings from the Arizona Youth Survey administered to 8th, 10th, and 12th grade students during Spring 2010. The survey was designed to assess school safety, adolescent substance use, antisocial behavior, youth gambling, and the risk and protective factors that predict these adolescent problem behaviors. All schools in Arizona are eligible to participate in the survey, and recruitment efforts were successful in obtaining participation by schools in all of Arizona's 15 counties.
This report summarizes all findings from the Arizona Youth Survey administered to 8th, 10th, and 12th grade students during Spring 2010. The results for your county are presented along with comparisons to the results for the state of Arizona. The survey was designed to assess school safety, adolescent substance use, antisocial behavior and the risk and protective factors that predict these adolescent problem behaviors. All schools in Arizona are eligible to participate in the survey and recruitment efforts were successful in obtaining participation by schools in all of the 15 counties.