What is Parenting Love with Limits? Classes will be Monday and Wednesday nights from p. There are a number of ways to support Kodiak Teen Court. We are a c 3 non-profit organization, meaning that all donations are tax deductible. Call us for our Tax-ID.
Required sanctions include payment of a program fee, service as a jury member, maintaining passing grades, attending a class designed to address the offending behavior, apologies to the victim and to the parent, and completion of skill packets based on the assessment scores. Teen Court youth give back to the community and make efforts to repair the harm caused by their behavior. In part, this reparation comes in the form of service to the community by assisting at local non-profit agencies. Teen Court operates with Community Service Points and the youth must earn points in the categories of Education, Enrichment and Accountability.
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The first step when starting a Teen Court in your area is to decide what type of court it will be. The major factor in this decision will be the source of the funding. There are three basic types of Teen Courts:. The Judge administering the program usually appoints an administrator. Cases are diverted from juvenile court and disposed of in teen courts.