Juvenile Justice Project - Norman Adrian Wiggins School of La


Campbell University
225 Hillsborough Street
Raleigh, NC, 27603

The Juvenile Justice Project (JJP) is a collaborative effort of the N.C. Governor\'s Crime Commission, The Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law, and the Eleventh Judicial District (comprised of Harnett, Johnston, and Lee Counties). The program receives referrals from the juvenile justice system and the court system for juveniles who have been accused of criminal activity. The goals of the project are to: •Give juveniles the opportunity to take responsibility for and become accountable for their actions. •Give victims the opportunity to learn about and be intimately involved in the outcome of their case. •Give all parties the opportunity to craft an agreement that will address and resolve the harm which has been caused by criminal activity. •Involve law students in the process of victim/offender mediation as active mediators. (Copied from Web Page)

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