Public Service

About the Program
The Juvenile Court utilizes Public Service as an accountability measure for youth who commit crime or are in violation of their probation conditions. The number of hours assigned to a particular case is in correlation to the delinquent offense or violation. The branch courts also order public service for youth who appear for ordinance violations. Youth complete their hours in the community at local churches, schools, municipalities, soup kitchens, and other not-for-profit agencies.