There can be 5 to 20 juvenile offenders referred to our program at any given time. The amount of community service hours an offender has to perform is determined by the Judge or Juvenile Intake Officers. Juvenile Offenders also have the opportunity to make monetary restitution to victims of their crimes through our Payback Program. These crews are comprised of 4 to 12 youth who will report to the work site at a time designated by the agency needing labor.
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The Youth Volunteer Training Package materials may be purchased as a packaged set or individual items can be ordered. Discounted rates are available for bulk orders on volunteer handbooks. Guide for Trainers with lessons for all youth court models on topics such as the American justice system, balanced and restorative justice, conducting a hearing, and deliberating on a disposition. This interactive video features two minute scenarios designed to help educate youth court volunteers, especially new jurors and judge panelists, on some issues they should consider to help them determine a fair, appropriate, and restorative disposition i.
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This large collaborative effort was borne of the growing concern with the incidence of juvenile re-arrest and the likelihood that these juveniles would gravitate toward more serious adult crimes. To stem the tide of juvenile arrests and the recidivism, 16 key stakeholders devised a new way to deal with juveniles accused of a first-time misdemeanor offense. Thus, a youth, through successful completion of diversion, earns a non-arrest record on a potential misdemeanor charge.