Success in Tennessee led to Murray's appointment as the first commissioner of the Kansas Juvenile Justice Authority.
What does KJJA stand for?
KJJA stands for Kansas Juvenile Justice Authority
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- Kinder- und Jugendhilfegesetz
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- Kennedy Junior High School (Lisle, Illinois)
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- Kansas Journalism Institute (summer camp)
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- Kompetisi Jembatan Indonesia (Indonesian: Indonesia Bridge Competition; Jakarta State Polytechnic)
- Kosovo Judicial Institute
- K. J. International Ltd. (India)
- KwangJu Institute of Science and Technology (South Korea)
- Korea-Japan Joint Conference (various scientific conferences)
- Kristiansand Ju Jitsu Klubb (Kristiansand, Norway)
- Kokusai Jujutsu Renmei
- Kohrman Jackson & Krantz (law firm; Cleveland, OH)
- Kystjeger-Kommandoen (Norwegian, equivalent to USMC)
- Kantonalno Javno Komunalno Preduzece (Croatian: Kantonalno Communal Public Company)
- Katholische Jugend Land (German: Catholic Youth Country)
- Kenneth Jay Lane (jewelery)
- Kent Junior League (swimming; UK)
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Kansas Juvenile Justice Authority Atchison and Topeka, Kan.
In 1997, following passage of the Juvenile Justice Reform Act, the state created the Kansas Juvenile Justice Authority (KJJA) under the leadership of Commissioner Albert Murray.