North Carolina Department of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention


1801 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC, 27699-1801

JCPC Powers and Duties To ensure that appropriate intermediate dispositional options are available. To provide funds for treatment of juveniles. To increase public awareness of the causes of delinquency and strategies to reduce the problem. To assess needs of juveniles in the local community. To develop strategies for delinquency prevention through risk assessment. To assess resources to meet the identified needs. To develop or propose ways to meet those needs. To plan for a permanent funding stream for delinquency prevention programs. To evaluate program performance. Juvenile Crime Prevention Council members work to fund these types of services and programs in their local communities. Assessment Programs Clinical Evaluation and Psychological Assessment Programs Clinical Treatment Programs Sex Offender Assessment and Counseling Home Based Family Counseling Counseling Programs Community Day Programs Juvenile Structured Day Residential Programs Residential Services Programs Restorative Programs Mediation/Conflict Resolution Restitution Teen Court Structured Activities Programs Skill Building Mentoring Programs (Mentoring) (Copied from Web Page)

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