The 2022 UBJJ grant application is now open!
UBJJ allocates Federal funding, through a competitive grant process, to eligible entities across Utah to support programs and services for youth involved with the juvenile justice system .
2021 LEGISLATIVE SESSION
CCJJ serves as the hub for criminal and juvenile justice issues for the State of Utah while acting as a coordinating body for policy development. To facilitate this, we work closely with many stakeholders, legislative committees and task forces throughout interim and during the general session. Below is the annual review for the 2021 legislative session.
A FOCUS ON EQUITY
Disparities in the juvenile justice system are a function of more far-reaching societal disparities extending to the socioecological environment minority youth uniquely face. This disparity in juvenile justice can only be comprehensively addressed if also addressed in other systems of care for youth and their community at large. The following policy toolkits, in conjunction with the full report, serves as a guiding tool to guide meaningful policy discussions on innovative interventions within the stakeholder’s jurisdiction and to foster collaborations across agencies to develop a robust continuum of care for youth in Utah.