Intake/Diversion Unit provides case processing services (investigation, assessment and coordination of juvenile court services) to juveniles charged with a misdemeanor, felony or non-payment allegation so they can, in a timely manner, receive a supervision plan that is consistent with their assessed level of risk and needs.
Legal Unit is responsible for drawing petitions, scheduling court hearings, providing hearing notification, producing and distributing court orders, processing expungement requests, documenting hearing results and forwarding all required court outcome information to the Juvenile Court Judges Commission, Police, and Schools.
Regional Supervision Units provide regionalized case management, planning, supervision, and coordination of services to juveniles within the community so that they successfully complete their supervision plan and do not re-offend. Additionally, supervision and monitoring of the 24 hour residential care services are provided to high risk juveniles involved in the juvenile justice system so they can, in the shortest length of stay necessary, lower their level of risk of harm to themselves and others while the community is protected.
Community Service Unit provides restorative and educational service opportunities to juveniles within the community as a way to make symbolic restitution for the harms they have caused.
Victim Services ensures victims’ rights are upheld and provides supportive services and accompaniment to victims of juvenile crime.
Court Services Unit oversees the referrals to and the quality of in-home and out-of-home service providers, and incorporates new programs for youth.
Quality Assurance Unit is responsible for maintaining case and departmental data.