The Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP),
in association with the Juvenile Justice Telecommunications
Assistance Project (JJTAP) of Eastern Kentucky University, is
pleased to announce an upcoming live satellite videoconference.
The 1-hour broadcast, “OJJDP Report: A Discussion with J. Robert
Flores,” will be aired nationwide on Wednesday, December 11,
2002, from 2:30 to 3:30 P.M. EST. It will also be
available for viewing on the World Wide Web.
Robert Flores has served as the Administrator of OJJDP since April
17, 2002. During this videoconference, Mr. Flores will
discuss current research and new research initiatives; program
priorities, including child prostitution, truancy,
disproportionate minority confinement, and tribal youth programs;
and resources available to the juvenile justice field through
- Introduce the
Administrator of OJJDP, J. Robert Flores, to juvenile justice,
delinquency prevention, and child protection
- Present research
initiatives and OJJDP’s research strategy.
- Outline OJJDP
is free. To view the program, you should identify a facility that
can receive the satellite signal. This means the facility must
have a steerable satellite dish. The broadcast will be available
on C-Band and Ku-Band. Agencies to contact in your community
to schedule a viewing site are cooperative extension offices,
community colleges, local school systems, universities, and local
cable television providers.
This program will be cybercast, live on the Internet. Your
computer will need a minimum 28K modem, Internet access and either
Microsoft Media Player or Real Player software.