City of Fayetteville
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File #: 22-2813    Version: Name:
Type: Consent Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 6/15/2022 In control: City Council Regular Meeting
On agenda: 8/8/2022 Final action:
Title: Adoption of Special Revenue Fund Project Ordinance 2023-6 for the FY23 Juvenile Restitution Program
Attachments: 1. SRO 2023-6 FY23 Juvenile Restitution, 2. Complete FY 22_23 Package_06152022
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TO: Mayor and Members of City Council

THRU: Douglas J. Hewett, ICMA-CM, City Manager

FROM: Gina V. Hawkins, Chief of Police
Kelly Olivera, Budget and Evaluation Director

DATE: August 8, 2022

RE:
Title
Adoption of Special Revenue Fund Project Ordinance 2023-6 for the FY23 Juvenile Restitution Program
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COUNCIL DISTRICT(S):
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Relationship To Strategic Plan:
Goal I: Safe and Secure Community


Executive Summary:
The City has been awarded grant funding for fiscal year 2022-2023 for the Fayetteville-Cumberland County Juvenile Restitution Program. Council is asked to adopt Special Revenue Fund Project Ordinance 2023-6 to accept the grant funding and appropriate $82,494 needed for personnel and operating costs for fiscal year 2022-2023. The funding sources for this program include a $50,592 grant awarded by the North Carolina Department of Public Safety, a local match of $15,951 from Cumberland County, and the City's local match of $15,951.

Background:
The Fayetteville-Cumberland County Juvenile Restitution Program focuses on making juvenile offenders, typically between the ages of 11 and 17, accountable to the community and/or victim(s) through community service work. Youth are referred to the program to complete court-ordered community service and/or restitution requirements.

The program provides meaningful work opportunities for juveniles to teach them accountability and to accept responsibility for their actions. In addition, the program focuses on changing the juvenile's attitude and negative behavior through positive reinforcement and life experiences. It is the goal of the program to decrease future criminal misbehavior by those served.

The Fayetteville Police Department has been managing the JCPC Juvenile Restitution Program. This award will allow for the continued management of the program.


Issues/Analysis:
The grant performance period expires June 30, 2023.


Budget Impact:
The City's local match...

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