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What does KDJJ stand for?

KDJJ stands for Kentucky Department of Juvenile Justice

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Samples in periodicals archive:

Maynard, secretary, Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services (see pages 54-55) American Correctional Chaplains Association 2012 Judith Coleman Chaplaincy Offender Program Award: Lawtey Faith and Character Based Institution, Florida Department of Corrections Commission on Accreditation for Corrections Golden Eagle Award: Kentucky Department of Juvenile Justice Keohane Award: Katherine Brown (retired), Pasco County Sheriff's Office, Fla.
Indiana Department of Correction Reception-Diagnostic Center Plainfield Joint Board of Trustees Portage-Geauga County Juvenile Detention Center Ravenna, Ohio Judicial Advisory Board Northeast Ohio Community Alternative Program Warren, Ohio Kentucky Department of Corrections Commonwealth of Kentucky Justice and Public Safety Cabinet Probation and Parole Frankfort Kentucky State Reformatory La Grange Luther Luckett Correctional Complex LaGrange Kentucky Department of Juvenile Justice Hardin County Day Treatment Elizabethtown McCracken Regional Juvenile Detention Center Paducah Warren Regional Juvenile Detention Center Bowling Green The Kintock Group The Kintock Group Newark DOC Programs Newark, N.
Kentucky Department of Corrections Blackburn Correctional Complex, Lexington Frankfort Career Development Center, Northpoint Training Center, Burgin Kentucky Department of Juvenile Justice Bluegrass Youth Development Center, Lexington Lincoln Village Regional Juvenile, Detention Center, Elizabethtown London Group Home Murray Group Home Owensboro Treatment Center Woodsbend Youth Development Center, West Liberty Kettering Police Department Kettering City Jail, Kettering, Ohio Liberty Management Services, Inc.
2) These startling statistics are some of the main reasons the Kentucky Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ), the Kentucky National Guard and the Department of Military Affairs continue to partner with the Kentucky Youth Challenge/Bluegrass ChalleNGe Academy Program.