The diversion process is handled by diversion staff, a panel of citizens called a Community Accountability Board, or Teen Court.
Find out about the intake process for juveniles.
Through our programs, we are committed to enabling offenders to make amends to their victim and the community, and develop skills to help build self-confidence.
Juvenile Court provides assistance with restitution claims to victims of juvenile crime.
Be aware of the services for children at risk.
Find out how to become a Volunteer Guardian ad Litem for children.
The Parents for Parents Program is designed to lend support to parents who have had their children removed from their care by Child Protective Services (CPS). The Program utilizes parents, who have successfully navigated the CPS system and have reunified with their children, to support parents who are currently involved in dependencies. The Parents for Parents Program refers to these successfully reunified birth parents as parent allies. There are two main elements of the program: Support from a parent ally at dependency court hearings as well as a two-hour educational class called Dependency 101.