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Skip to Main Content. Teen Court Teen Court was conceived as a result of discussions between the Superior Court Commissioner assigned to juvenile offender matters and Northwest Youth Services about new methods of providing community service, ways to give offending juveniles a chance to give back to their community, to make them aware of the consequences of offending, and to address shortcomings in traditional diversion cases. The result of these discussions is the Whatcom County Teen Court. Beginnings Begun in , this program offers a more meaningful experience for youthful offenders charged with minor misdemeanors as well as providing non-offender youth a chance to participate in a community service project directly affecting their peers.
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Program Description:. It is a real court with a real judge presiding over each trial and court session. Who Can Refer? Department personnel, and School representatives. Target Population:. Teen Court TC targets youth offenders ages 6 to 17 whose behavior constitutes a misdemeanor violation of the law for Class I, II or III misdemeanors as defined by current statutory guidelines, and who are actively enrolled in an educational program. Youth are eligible for TC participation under these guidelines as a first committed offense or, youth who have been adjudicated delinquent or undisciplined in court on a previous offense, but have not participated in Teen Court in the past.
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Teen Court is a juvenile justice diversion program offering first-time offenders between the ages of 12 and 17 the opportunity to accept accountability for minor crimes without having to incur a permanent record. Juvenile respondents are judged by a jury of their peers as part of this voluntary program, which is designed to reduce the number of youth offenders and educate them in a realistic court environment. Since the program was established in March , hundreds of teens have been given the opportunity to accept responsibility for their actions and change their behavior. The program also gives teens who are interested in the judicial system the opportunity to help their peers while gaining first-hand knowledge of the court system. Adult volunteers serve as judges.
Teen Court is an educational opportunity that helps teen defendants and volunteers to understand our justice system. Teen Court is a voluntary program that allows juvenile Class C misdemeanor defendants to handle their citation through community service and involvement in the judicial process. The jury members assess a sentence of community service following the guidelines set by the Municipal Court. Upon successfully completing Teen Court, the defendant will not have to pay any fines.