Community Restitution Program
The goals of this program include laying the foundation for a high work ethic, providing positive mentoring, skill development, and achieving restorative justice in addressing community concerns at large. The program is open to male and female youth between the ages of eight and seventeen, and as recommended in evidence-based practices, every effort is made to ensure that like youth are grouped together. Community restitution crews are supervised directly and coordinated by a probation technician in each of the three regions; or, the juvenile is placed at non-profit agencies while the hours are tracked by the probation officer. Juveniles assigned to diversion should complete hours assigned within 60 days of being assessed, which will ensure the 90-day compliance mandate. It is an important component of the balanced approach to probation in the emphasis of accountability.
To view the Community Restitution Work Rules, please click here.