Peer Justice and Youth Empowerment

Peer Justice and Youth Empowerment

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Youth courts, also known as teen courts a peer courts, are one of the fastest growing programs in the community justice movement. This Guide will equip juvenile justice agencies with baseline info. that will aid them in developing, implementing, a enhancing teen courts programs. Chapters: overview; organizing the community; legal issues; developing a program purpose, goals, a objectives; determining a target population a designing a referral process; designing program services; developing a program model a procedures; recruiting, using, a training volunteers; examining human a financial resource issues; a program evaluation.Community-Based A number of teen court programs are incorporated as, or operated by, private nonprofit organizations. For example, the LaPorte Teen Court Program in Indiana is administered by the LaPorte County Youth Services Bureau, a nonprofit organization ... tutoring), teen court programs have direct access to vital referral sources for volunteers and defendants participating in their program.

Title:Peer Justice and Youth Empowerment
Author: Tracy M. Godwin
Publisher:DIANE Publishing - 1998-07-01

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