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Juvenile Probation Officers provide the court with a complete social history investigation on most cases.
The Juvenile Court utilizes Public Service as an accountability measure for youth who commit crime or are in violation of their probation conditions.
The Victim Assistance and Restitution Program (VARP) works with victims of delinquency that are involved in the formal court process.
Juvenile who are screened as low-risk youth to re-offend may be monitored through less restrictive means by the Minimum Group Reporting program.
A partnership between the Nineteenth Judicial Circuit’s Juvenile Division and the City of North Chicago was formed in 2006 to address juvenile crime in North Chicago.
The Nineteenth Judicial Circuit and the Lake County Juvenile Justice Council continued to partner with agencies in the community to present the Annual Girl Wise Conference.
Jr’s Challenge provides minors on probation and court supervision with an opportunity to develop a higher level of motivation, self-worth, and confidence.
Adoption cases are heard in the Lake County Juvenile Court.