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PUBLIC LAW 102-586 —NOV. 4, 1992 106 STAT. 4989 "(B) shall participate in the development and review of the State's juvenile justice plan prior to submission to the supervisory board for final action; "(C) shall be afforded the opportunity to review and comment, not later than 30 days after their submission to the advisory group, on all juvenile justice and delinquency prevention grant applications submitted to the State agency designated under paragraph (1); "(D) shall, consistent with this title— "(i) advise the State agency designated under paragraph (1) and its supervisory board; "(ii) submit to the chief executive officer and the legislature of the State at least annually recommendations regarding State compliance with the requirements of paragraphs (12), (13), and (14) and with progress relating to challenge activities carried out pursuant to part E; and "(iii) contact and seek regular input from juveniles currently under the jurisdiction of the juvenile justice system; and "(E) may, consistent with this title— "(i) advise on State supervisory board and local criminal justice advisory board composition; "(ii) review progress and accomplishments of projects funded under the State plan."; (IV) in paragraph (8)— (aa) by inserting "(A)" after "(8)"; (bb) by striking "(A) an" and inserting "(i) an"; (cc) by striking "(B)" and inserting "(ii)"; (dd) by striking "(C)" and inserting "(iii)"; (ee) by inserting "(including educational needs)" after "delinquency prevention needs" each place it appears; and (fiD by adding at the end the following new subparagraphs: "(B) contain— "(i) an analysis of gender-specific services for the prevention and treatment ofjuvenile delinquency, including the types of such services available and the need for such services for females; and "(ii) a plan ibr providing needed gender-specific services for the prevention and treatment of juvenile delinquency; "(C) contain— "(i) an analysis of services for the prevention and treatment of juvenile delinquency in rural areas, including the need for such services, the t3npes of such services available in rural areas, and geographically unique barriers to providing such services; and "(ii) a plan for providing needed services for the prevention and treatment of juvenile delinquency in rural areas; and "(D) contain— "(i) an analysis of mental health services available to juveniles in the juvenile justice system (including an assessment of the appropriateness of the particular place-