87 STAT. ]
PUBLIC LAW 93-83-AUG. 6, 1973
recess or for any entire quarter or semester on leave from the degree program. "SEC. 407. (a) The Administration is authorized to establish and support a training program for prosecuting attorneys from State and local officers engaged in the prosecution of organized crime. The program shall be designed to develop new or improved approaches, techniques, systems, manuals, and devices to strengthen prosecutive capabilities against organized crime. " (b) While participating in the training program or traveling in connection with participation in the training program. State and local personnel shall be allowed travel expenses and a per diem allowance in the same manner as prescribed under section 5703(b) of title 5, United States Code, for persons employed intermittently in the Government service. "(c) The cost of training State and local personnel under this section shall be provided out of funds appropriated to the Administration for the purpose of such training.
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" P A R T E — G R A N T S FOR CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS AND F A C I L I T I E S
"SEC. 451. It is the purpose of this part to encourage States and units of general local government to develop and implement programs and projects for the construction, acquisition, and renovation of correctional institutions and facilities, and for the improvement of correctional programs and practices. "SEC. 452. A State desiring to receive a grant under this part for any fiscal year shall, consistent with the basic criteria which the Administration establishes under section 454 of this title, incorporate its application for such grant in the comprehensive State plan submitted to the Administration for that fiscal year in accordance with section 302 of this title. "SEC. 453. The Administration is authorized to make a grant under this part to a State planning agency if the application incorporated in the comprehensive State plan— " (1) sets forth a comprehensive statewide program for the construction, acquisition, or renovation of correctional institutions and facilities in the State and the improvement of correctional programs and practices throughout the State; "(2) provides satisfactory assurances that the control of the funds and title to property derived therefrom shall be in a public agency for the uses and purposes provided in this part and that a public agency will administer those funds and that property; "(3) provides satisfactory assurances that the availability of funds under this part shall not reduce the amount of funds under part C of this title which a State would, in the absence of funds under this part, allocate for purposes of this part; "(4) provides satisfactory emphasis on the development and operation of community-based correctional facilities and programs, including diagnostic services, halfway houses, probation, and other supervisory release programs for preadjudication and postadjudication referral of delincjuents, youthful offenders, and first offenders, and community-oriented programs for the supervision of parolees; "(5) provides for advanced techniques in the design of institutions and facilities; "(6) provides, where feasible and desirable, for the sharing of correctional institutions and facilities on a regional basis;