Dekalb County Juvenile Court - Community Service Program


4309 Memorial Drive
Decatur, GA, 30032

The Community Service Programs offer youth an opportunity to be held accountable, focusing on the victim and/or community, rather than themselves. In some cases, monetary restitution exceeds the amount the child is able to pay or age hinders the ability to obtain viable part time employment. In such instances, community service is an option utilized by Judges for the youth’s accountability. Youths are placed at approximately 51 sites in the community, depending on their age, skill level, and the offense for which they were referred to the Court. For more information, contact Misty Brown @ 404-294-2772 (From web site)

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