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PUBLIC LAW 101-647—NOV. 29, 1990 104 STAT. 4847 •CHAPTER A—GRANTS TO PUBLIC AND PRIVATE ENTITIES". (2) in section 510 by striking "subpart" each place it appears 42 USC 3760. and inserting "chapter", (3) in section 511— 42 USC 3761. (A) in the heading by striking "DISCRETIONARY", and (B) by inserting "(other than chapter B of this subpart)" after "this part", (4) in section 513— 42 USC 3763. (A) in subsection (a)(l) by inserting "or 515" after "511", and (B) in subsection 0)) by inserting "applicable" after "all the" each place it appears, (5) in section 514(2) by striking "public agency or private 42 USC 3764. nonprofit organization within which the program or project has been conducted" and inserting "applicant that conducts such program or project", (6) by redesignating sections 513 and 514 as sections 517 and 518, respectively, and (7) by inserting after section 512 the following: "CHAPTER B—GRANTS TO PUBLIC AGENCIES CORRECTIONAL OPTIONS GRANTS "SEC. 515. (a) The Director, in consultation with the Director of 42 USC 3762a. the National Institute of Corrections, may make— "(1) 4 grants in each fiscal year, in various geographical areas throughout the United States, to public agencies for correctional options (including the cost of construction) that provide alternatives to traditional modes of incarceration and offender release programs— "(A) to provide more appropriate intervention for youth- Juvenile ful offenders who are not career criminals, but who, with- delinquency, out such intervention, are likely to become career criminals or more serious offenders; "(B) to provide a degree of security and discipline appropriate for the offender involved; "(C) to provide diagnosis, and treatment and services (including counseling, substance abuse treatment, education, job training and placement assistance while under correctional supervision, and linkage to similar outside services), to increase the success rate of offenders who decide to pursue a course of lawful and productive conduct after release from legal restraint; "(D) to reduce criminal recidivism by offenders who receive punishment through such alternatives; "(E) to reduce the cost of correctional services and facilities by reducing criminal recidivism; and "(F) to provide work that promotes development of industrial and service skills in connection with a correctional option; "(2) grants to private nonprofit organizations— "(A) for any of the purposes specified in subparagraphs (A) through (F) of paragraph (1);