juvenile offenders


Youth Aid Panel Helps Kids Stay Out Of Court

The Youth Aid Panel gives first time offenders the option of appearing before a panel of community volunteers rather than entering the juvenile court system.


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Jobs Instead Of Jail

A promising program for juvenile offenders, referred to as “weed sellers become weed whackers,” gives troubled kids the opportunity to work.


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Program That Gifts Electronics To Juvenile Offenders Who Successfully Complete Probation To End

A Camden County program offering computers, iPods or other gifts to juvenile offenders who finish probation came under fire from county officials.