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File #: 21-2640    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Awards Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 6/1/2021 In control: Commissioners Court
On agenda: 6/8/2021 Final action:
Title: Request by Juvenile Probation for approval to accept grant funds from the Annie E. Casey Foundation in the amount of $28,190, with no required match, for the FY 2021 Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative Program.
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To: Harris County Commissioners Court

Through: Henry Gonzales, Director, Juvenile Probation

Prepared By: Kelly Barron, Special Projects Coordinator, Juvenile Probation

Subject: Annie E. Casey Foundation

Project ID JDAI_GY22

Purpose and Request:
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Request by Juvenile Probation for approval to accept grant funds from the Annie E. Casey Foundation in the amount of $28,190, with no required match, for the FY 2021 Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative Program.
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Background and Discussion:

These grant funds are intended to be used for general support of HCJPD and may be applied by HCJPD to such programs and activities as it deems appropriate, subject to the requirement that all grant funds be used only for charitable purposes. The Foundation does not require specific scopes of work, performance measures or any reporting on the use of these funds.

Fiscal Impact:
The remaining funds ($28,290.56) are awarded to HCJPD to use for general support. FY below is Juvenile Board FY.

Fiscal Summary

Expenditures
FY 20-21
FY 21-22 Projected
Future Years Projected [3 additional years]
Service Impacted: Financial Services Division



Existing Budget



Additional Appropriation Requested



Total Expenditures



Funding Sources



Existing Department Budget



Grant



Annie E. Casey Foundation

$28,190.56

Total Sources

$28,190.56



Alternatives:

Alignment with Strategic Objective: Please see the Goals/SOs prepared by your Department.
HCJPD goals and services are in alignment with the Harris County goals of Justice and Safety and Governance and Customer Service. HCJPD commits to provide equitable customer centered services, minimize justice system involvement, utilize best practices, foster public trust through transparency of data, create safe environments by having well trained staff, and ensure youth and families have an opportunity to actively participate in discussions and decisions that directly impact their well-b...

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