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104 STAT. 4554 PUBLIC LAW 101-630 —NOV. 28, 1990 (1) for the investigation of reported cases of child abuse and child neglect; and (2) for the treatment and prevention of incidents of family violence; and (3) for the provision of immediate shelter and related assistance for victims of family violence and their dependents. (d) PROGRAM RESPONSIBILITIES AND FUNCTIONS. — Funds provided pursuant to this section may be used for— (1) the establishment of a child protective services program which may include— (A) the employment of child protective services staff to investigate cases of child abuse and child neglect, (B) training programs for child protective services personnel, law enforcement personnel, and judicial personnel in the investigation, prevention, and treatment of cases of child abuse and child neglect, and (C) purchase of equipment to assist in the investigation of cases of child abuse and child neglect; (2) the establishment of a family violence prevention and treatment program which may include— (A) the employment of family violence prevention and treatment staff to respond to incidents of family violence, (B) the provision of immediate shelter and related assistance for victims of family violence and their dependents, (C) training programs for family violence prevention and treatment personnel, law enforcement personnel, and judicial personnel in the investigation, prevention, and treatment of cases of family violence; and (D) construction or renovation of facilities for the establishment of family violence shelters; (3) the development and implementation of a multidisciplinary child abuse investigation and prosecution program which may— (A) coordinate child abuse prevention, investigation, prosecution, treatment, and counseling services, (B) develop protocols among related agencies to ensure that investigations of child abuse cases, to the extent practicable, minimize the trauma to the child victim, and (C) provide for the coordination and cooperation of law enforcement agencies, courts of competent jurisdiction, and other tribal. Federal, and State agencies through intergovernmental or interagency agreements that define and specify each party's responsibilities; (4) the development of tribal child protection codes and regulations; (5) the establishment of training programs for— (A) professional and paraprofessional personnel in the fields of medicine, law, education, social work, and other relevant fields who are engaged in, or intend to work in, the field of prevention, identification, investigation, and treatment of family violence, child abuse, and child neglect, (B) instruction in methods of protecting children from abuse and neglect for persons responsible for the welfare of Indian children, including parents of, and persons who work with, Indian children, or (C) educational, identification, prevention and treatment services for child abuse and child neglect in cooperation