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Alternatives to Detention
Community Service Program
Youth have the opportunity to take responsibility for their actions by repairing and making amends to the damage resulting from poor choices and criminal activity.
Probation Counselors collaborate with community resources to reduce risk factors and strengthen protective factors.
Community Truancy Board
Learn more about the Community Truancy Board's youth support programs, and request your own Community Truancy Board Toolkit.
Diversion is a method of dealing with juveniles who are charged with a minor criminal offense or infraction.
The Electronic Monitoring is a cost effective alternative to juvenile detention. Participants must remain in their residence unless pre-approved to attend school, employment, medical, and legal appointments.
Girls Group was developed in 2006. It is a supportive, fun, and educational program for at-risk young women under the jurisdiction of the Court.
Risk assessment is part of a case management process initiated by the Juvenile Court Administrators of Washington State in 1997, which can help keep juveniles out of custody.
Success through Academic Connections (SAC) School
The SAC School serves our community by promoting education, accountability, and positive change for youth under the jurisdiction of the court. The SAC school serves over 200 students annually.