14B NCAC 11B .0102       DEFINITIONS

In this Subchapter the following terms have the listed meanings:

(1)           Juvenile Crime Prevention Council Fund (JCPC Fund). The funding account allocated by the General Assembly to the Department for the use of county government on a matching basis to establish and to maintain intervention and prevention services planned for by the Juvenile Crime Prevention Council.

(2)           Cash Match. The local funding provided by county government and other local resources and used to provide the share of a program budget proportionate to the Department funds as required by the Department.

(3)           In-Kind Match. A non-cash, local contribution to the operating costs of a Juvenile Crime Prevention Council funded program.

(4)           Youth Services Programs. Youth Services Programs are local intervention and prevention programs that provide services to the delinquent youth, undisciplined youth and those youth at risk of becoming delinquent.

(5)           Multi-County Programs. Multi-county programs are programs that are administered by a single agency with a single revenue and expenditure budget and that contract for services using Juvenile Crime Prevention Council program agreement with two or more counties. Those individual program agreements meet all requirements for county participation in the Juvenile Crime Prevention Council fund.

(6)           Discretionary Juvenile Crime Prevention Council Funds. Discretionary Juvenile Crime Prevention Council Funds are those funds allocated to counties by the Department that remain uncommitted for a period of six months or are released by the county. Those funds are released for redistribution in accordance with this Subchapter.


History Note:        Authority G.S. 143B-516(e); 143B-543; 143B-550;

Temporary Adoption Eff. July 15, 2002;

Eff. April 1, 2003;

Transferred from 28 NCAC 02A .0102 Eff. June 1, 2013;

Pursuant to G.S. 150B-21.3A, rule is necessary without substantive public interest Eff. January 9, 2018.