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Committee Announced, Call for Presenters, Display Opportunities & More

19th Global Youth Justice Training

Youth/Teen/Student/Peer Court and Peer Jury

Historic Provincetown, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, USA

June 12-14, 2018 — Tuesday to Thursday

Registration Information

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1st Committee Announced
19th Global Youth Justice Training
June 12-14, 2018 in Cape Cod, USA
Global Youth Justice, Inc. has transitioned to an International Nonprofit Corporation and has announced it’s 1st Official Committee.

COMMITTEE
Amy Fialkowski, Director, Wyoming County Youth Court
Arianne Reyer, Director, Nassau County Youth Court
Arthur L. Burnett, Sr., National African American Drug Policy Coalition
Carol Sabin, Volunteer, Global Youth Justice, Inc.
Charlsie Cordova, Director, Early Intervention, Maricopa County Juv. Probation
Amanda Quinn, Director, YWCA Hawaii Island Teen Court
Connie Jones-Hairston, Director, White Plains Youth Court
Elizabeth Hollingsworth, Director, Webster Parish Teen Court
Jamie Duesing, Director, Brunswick County Teen Court
Jane Michaud, Director, Project Youth Court
Karen Matz-L’HommeDieu, Director, Southampton Youth Court
Kari Poss, Director, Columbia County Teen Court
Karlene Kidman, Director, Layton Youth Court
Keyria Rogers, Director, Macon County Teen Justice Program
Kristen Ivon, Director, Merrimack County Teen Court
Maria Danisi, Director, Huntington Youth Court
Nina Sousa, Director, South Coast Youth Courts
Pamela Neal, Director, Safe Schools and Teen Court
Pat Faulkinberry, Director, Bossier Parish Teen Court
Patricia DeLuca, Volunteer, Global Youth Justice, Inc.
Scott Peterson, CEO, Global Youth Justice, Inc.
Susan Watkins, Director, Independence and Jackson Youth Courts
Terri Belliveau, Director, New Bedford Youth Court
Registration Open

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Registration Fee
Only $195
Resort Rooms
Only $89/$109
Since Global Youth Justice Training are subsidized, both the registration fee and resort rooms rates are much more affordable than most trainings and conferences. Registration is fairly on a 1st registered, 1st to book resort rooms. The registration fee is only $195 and includes 3+ breakfast buffets, 3 lunch buffets, 3 afternoon snack breaks, 3 days of training and More. The training takes place at the family-owned Provincetown Seaside Resort and Conference Center and nightly rates are $40 dollars less than rates available to the public. For approved training participants, Oceanfront Rooms are only $89+ tax and $109 per night plus tax for ocean view rooms. Once participants have submitted their Registration Form and Fee, they are approved and provided with the code to book rooms.

Both Adults and Youth will be allowed for the 1st time this year, as we got many requests for this. More than 20+ adults who are on the 1st Global Youth Justice Committee are Volunteering to help with multiple aspects of the 19th Global Youth Justice Training, making it very affordable, bigger and even better this year. Registration Open

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Call for Presenters
19th Global Youth Justice Training
Youth/Teen/Student/Peer Court and Peer Jury
For the upcoming 19th Global Youth Justice Training both adults and youth can volunteer to conduct a presentation for Adults, Youth or Adult and Youth. To Volunteer to Present, you can visit the Global Youth Justice Website and download the Registration Form, and on page 2 — there is a space where you may volunteer to make a presentation. You may also call Global Youth Justice or email Global Youth Justice at GlobalYouthJustice@GlobalYouthJustice.org and talk to us about a workshop or presentation you would like to volunteer to conduct.
Registration Information

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Whale Watch
Famous Cape Cod Whale Watch
Don’t miss out on the Majestic Whale Watch departing from Provincetown during the Global Youth Justice Training. This optional late afternoon 3-Hour Whale Watch is the most popular activity among Global Youth Justice Training Participants. And, Global Youth Justice Training participants get the Group Rate, so the $47 dollar Whale Watch is only $35 for adults and $30 for youth. Tickets will be available for sale at the Global Youth Justice Registration Table. Dolphin Fleet Whale Watch

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Registration Materials
Global Youth Justice Website
For more information, please visit the Global Youth Justice Website for 5 Helpful Attachments to include an AGENDA, TRAVEL TIPS, MEALS PROVIDED, OPTIONAL ACTIVITIES, REGISTRATION FORM and Much MORE.
Global Youth Justice Website

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The Pilgrim Monument
Provincetown, Cape Cod, USA
Don’t miss out on visiting and climbing the Historic Pilgrim Monument at the upcoming Global Youth Justice Training. The Pilgrim Monument was founded in 1892 as the Cape Cod Pilgrim Memorial Association—Cape Cod’s oldest not-for-profit organization. Its purpose is to commemorate the Mayflower Pilgrims’ first landing in the New World in Provincetown, in November 1620. Here the Pilgrims spent 5 weeks exploring the tip of Cape Cod, before they sailed on to Plymouth. They also drew up and signed the Mayflower Compact, which established the rule of law for the new land. Tickets are Only $12.00 for this optional event at the Global Youth Justice Training. Pilgrim Monument

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BEACH BONFIRE NIGHT
Don’t Miss Out on the Beach Bonfire Night on the Tip of Cape Cod at Race Point Beach in Provincetown for ONLY participants at the 19th Global Youth Justice Training Sponsored by the new Board of Directors of Global Youth Justice, Inc. Smores, Fun Food, Hot Dogs, MEGA Marshmallows and Much More. Everyone at the Global Youth Justice Training is invited and it is FREE — and it is Majestic Watching the Sunset on the Beach on the Tip of Cape Cod in Provincetown, USA.

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DISPLAY and SPONSORSHIP
OPPORTUNITIES
Global Youth Justice will be allowing 5 agencies, organizations and/or companies to DISPLAY at the upcoming 19th Global Youth Justice Training. Display Fee is $350 and includes 1-Free Registration, 3+ breakfast buffets, 3 lunch buffets, 3 afternoon snack breaks and a long table for 3-days. Opportunities for SPONSORSHIP are also available, and for more information, call Global Youth Justice at (202) 468-3790 and/or email Scott.Peterson@GlobalYouthJustice.org.

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MORE INFORMATION
Adult and Youth Sessions;
250+ Beachfront Stores and Restaurants;
Oceanfront Resort on the Beach;
Amazing Seafood from Lobster to Scallops;
25+ Presentations and Sessions;
Network with Your Peers;
Great Opportunity for Youth Volunteers;
Training Will Fill to Capacity;
Learn about World’s most replicated Juvenile Justice and Youth Justice Diversion Program;
and Meet and Learn from top Professionals and Much More. Don’t Miss Out

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Keynote Speaker Announced
Honorable Arthur L. Burnett, Sr.
19th Global Youth Justice Training
June 12-14, 2018 in Historic Provincetown, USA
African American Historical Figure Honorable Arthur L. Burnett, Sr. will be the Keynote Speaker at the 19th Global Youth Justice Training on Teen Court, Youth Court, Student Court, Peer Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs this June 12-14, 2018 in Historic Provincetown, Cape Cod, MA, USA.
Career Highlights
1965: U.S. Department of Justice, AUSA.
1969: 1st African American Federal Magistrate Judge
1950’s: Championed School Desegregation
1960’s: Justice Reform w/AG Robert Kennedy
1987: Presiding Judge, Superior Court, DC.
1995: Co-Founder, Youth Court of Washington, DC.
2004: Executive Director, National African American Drug Policy Coalition, Inc.
2010: Board of Directors, Youth Court of DC.
2017: Top Judge of Year Award, International Association Top Professionals.
2017: Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award.
2017: Founding Vice-President, Board of Directors, Global Youth Justice, Inc.
Registration Information

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Committee Members
Highlighted Youth/Teen/Student/Peer Courts

Wyoming County Youth Court
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Nassau County Youth Court
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White Plains Youth Court
Website
Brunswick County Teen Court
Website
Project Youth Court
Website
Southampton Youth Court
Website
Layton Youth Court
Website
Macon County Teen Justice Program
Website
Merrimack County Teen Court
Website
Huntington Youth Court
Website
South Coast Youth Court
Website
Bossier Parish Teen Court
Website
Independence Youth Court
Website
Eastern Jackson Youth Court
Website
Columbia County Teen Court ,Georgia
Website
YWCA of Hawaii Teen Court, Hawaii
Website
Global Youth Justice Local Programs Directory
Website
Don’t see Your Program Listed, just email us at GlobalYouthJustice@GlobalYouthJustice.org.

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4 Founding Board Members Appointed
Global Youth Justice, Inc.
New International 501c3 Nonprofit
All four (4) Global Youth Justice Founding Board Members will be at the upcoming 19th Global Youth Justice Training this June 12-14, 2018. Global Youth Justice, Inc. has Transitioned to an International Nonprofit Corporation with an approved 501c3 status approved on September 12, 2017. A total of fifteen (15) founding board members will eventually comprise the Governing Body of Global Youth Justice, In. Four (4) of the Fifteen (15) Founding Board Members have been appointed thus far. They include African American Historical Figure, the Honorable Arthur L. Burnett, Sr.; Georgia Teen Court Leader Ms. Kari Poss, Hawaii Teen Court Leader Ms. Amanda Quinn; and International Social Justice Entrepreneur Mr. Scott Peterson who will serve as CEO and Board President. Eleven (11) more founding board members will gradually be identified and announced. A formal announcement will be launched with the new Global Youth Justice Website in early 2018. Questions: email GlobalYouthJustice@GlobalYouthJustice.org.

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For the new Global Youth Justice Store, 3 New and Free Logos have been Design and are shown below, and are each available in 5 Different Program Names to include Youth Court, Teen Court, Peer Court, Student Court and Peer Jury. When Shopping the Global Youth Justice Store, simply click on your program name (i.e Teen Court, Youth Court, etc.) and all Products with these Free Logos will Appear. Pick Store Products with these names or Simply Use Your Own Log. Global Youth Justice Store

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Donate and Support
Global Youth Justice Movement
You can support the Global Youth Justice Movement in many ways — including making a Tax Deductible Charitable Contribution to Global Youth Justice, Inc. Support the Global Youth Justice Movement to Mobilize Historic Numbers of Volunteer Youth and Adults to Reduce Juvenile Crime Locally and Globally in More than 1,800+ Communities on 4-Continents, with 100’s More Youth/Teen/Student/Peer Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs in Development around the Globe.

Global Youth Justice, Inc. is now a Registered 501(c)(3) Approved Charity on both PayPal Giving Fund and eBay for Charity.
Donate via PayPal Giving Fund or eBAY for Charity

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“Making the Time for Juvenile Crime”

If negative peer pressure is a primary factor in leading some youth to commit a crime, offense and/or violation, then positive peer pressure can be harnessed and redirected to become a positive force and lead other youth to adhere to the rule of law and become more productive citizens. These youth justice and juvenile justice voluntary diversion programs harness positive peer pressure and utilize it in a peer judgment setting to help address the anti-social, delinquent, and/or criminal behavior of youth.

The ‘peer judgment’ and ‘positive peer pressure’ aspects of these programs are the two (2) primary programmatic elements which separate these youth justice and juvenile justice voluntary diversion programs from all of the others. Adult community leaders are wisely driving the rapid implementation of these youth-led diversion programs. They are volunteer-driven, affordable, and critical to reducing justice system involvement. As of 2017, there are a Record 1,800+ Active Youth Court, Teen Court, Student Court, Peer Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs on 4-Continents, hundreds more in various stages of Development, and hundreds more we likely don’t know about. Global Youth Justice Website

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New — Global Youth Justice February Monthly e-Newsletter.

2018 February 8
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Keynote Speaker Announced
Honorable Arthur L. Burnett, Sr.
19th Global Youth Justice Training
June 12-14, 2018 in Historic Provincetown, USA
African American Historical Figure Honorable Arthur L. Burnett, Sr. will be the Keynote Speaker at the 19th Global Youth Justice Training on Teen Court, Youth Court, Student Court, Peer Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs this June 12-14, 2018 in Historic Provincetown, Cape Cod, MA, USA.
Career Highlights
1965: U.S. Department of Justice, AUSA.
1969: 1st African American Federal Magistrate Judge
1950’s: Championed School Desegregation
1960’s: Justice Reform w/AG Robert Kennedy
1987: Presiding Judge, Superior Court, DC.
1995: Co-Founder, Youth Court of Washington, DC.
2004: Executive Director, National African American Drug Policy Coalition, Inc.
2010: Board of Directors, Youth Court of DC.
2017: Top Judge of Year Award, International Association Top Professionals.
2017: Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award.
2017: Founding Vice-President, Board of Directors, Global Youth Justice, Inc.
Registration Information

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New
Global Youth Justice Store
T-Shirts, Bags, Sweatshirts and More.
Start Shopping, as Global Youth Justice has partnered with Social Enterprise Exclusive Tees at the Commonwealth Corporation and launched a Global Youth Justice Merchandise Store on Teen Court, Youth Court, Peer Court, Student Court and Peer Jury. The Global Youth Justice Store includes T-Shirts, Polo Shirts, Sweatshirts, Bags and More. And, ALL silk screening, printing and other work is done 100% by Juvenile Justice System involved youth. Look for new Logos on Youth/Teen/Student/Peer Court and Peer Jury available for use for free on all Merchandise in the Global Youth Justice Store. And, ANY School, Nonprofit, Government Agency, Club, Team, Program and others can use the Store by using the “Use Your Own Logo” option. Global Youth Justice is excited to bring this new service to more than 1,800+ Youth/Teen/Student/Peer Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs on 4-Continents. START SHOPPING

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International Visitors
GHANA, AFRICA
Mr. Bandanaa and Mr. Naanawalo
Global Youth Justice was honored to welcome visitors from the Country of Ghana in Africa. Shout Out to Mr. Patrick Bandanaa (far left) and Joesph Naanawalo (2nd from Right) from Ghana at the recent 18th Global Youth Justice Training in January in Las Vegas, USA. Global Youth Justice CEO Scott Peterson (2nd from left) and Global Youth Justice Board Vice President Hon. Arthur L. Burnett, Sr. were glad to welcome Patrick and Joseph, and we are VERY excited to learn that Ghana Youth Justice has been established, and plans are underway for expansion of the Global Youth Justice Movement in Ghana.

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Highlighted Local Diversion Programs
Youth/Teen/Student/Peer Court

Wyoming County Youth Court
Website
Nassau County Youth Court
Website
White Plains Youth Court
Website
Brunswick County Teen Court
Website
Project Youth Court
Website
Southampton Youth Court
Website
Layton Youth Court
Website
Macon County Teen Justice Program
Website
Merrimack County Teen Court
Website
Huntington Youth Court
Website
South Coast Youth Court
Website
Bossier Parish Teen Court
Website
Independence Youth Court
Website
Eastern Jackson Youth Court
Website
Columbia County Teen Court ,Georgia
Website
YWCA of Hawaii Teen Court, Hawaii
Website
Global Youth Justice Local Programs Directory
Website
Don’t see Your Program Listed, just email us at GlobalYouthJustice@GlobalYouthJustice.org.

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COMING SOON
New Global Youth Justice Website
Global Youth Justice, Inc. will be launching a newly designed and significantly expanded Global Youth Justice Website on a Record 1,800+ volunteer-driven and youth-led Teen/Youth/Student/Peer Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs on 4-Continents in the next 60-days, and this will coincide with major 2018 announcements from Global Youth Justice, Inc.
Global Youth Justice Website

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Registration Open
19th Global Youth Justice Training
Youth/Teen/Student/Peer Court
Provincetown, Cape Cod, MA, USA
Tuesday to Thursday, June 12-14, 2018
Registration is fairly on a 1st Registered, 1st to Book Resort Rooms. Registration Fee is only $195 and includes 3 Breakfast Buffets, 3 Lunch Buffets, 3 Breaks and 3 Days of Training and Lots of fun from a Whale Watch to Beach Bonfire to Lots of Seafood and More. Oceanfront Rooms are only $99 and $109 per night plus tax, for Approved Participants. BOTH Adults and Youth will be allowed for the 1st time this year, as we got MANY Requests for this. Scroll down below for the 20+ Committee Members for this Global Youth Justice Training. Registration will fill to capacity, and this will be the largest Global Youth Justice Training ever in Cape Cod, USA.
Registration Open

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1st Committee Announced
19th Global Youth Justice Training
June 12-14, 2018 in Cape Cod, USA
Global Youth Justice, Inc. has transitioned to an International Nonprofit Corporation and has announced it’s 1st Official Committee.
COMMITTEE
Amy Fialkowski, Director, Wyoming County Youth Court
Arianne Reyer, Director, Nassau County Youth Court
Arthur L. Burnett, Sr., National African American Drug Policy Coalition
Carol Sabin, Volunteer, Global Youth Justice, Inc.
Charlsie Cordova, Director, Early Intervention, Maricopa County Juv. Probation
Amanda Quinn, Director, YWCA Hawaii Island Teen Court
Connie Jones-Hairston, Director, White Plains Youth Court
Elizabeth Hollingsworth, Director, Webster Parish Teen Court
Jamie Duesing, Director, Brunswick County Teen Court
Jane Michaud, Director, Project Youth Court
Karen Matz-L’HommeDieu, Director, Southampton Youth Court
Kari Poss, Director, Columbia County Teen Court
Karlene Kidman, Director, Layton Youth Court
Keyria Rogers, Director, Macon County Teen Justice Program
Kristen Ivon, Director, Merrimack County Teen Court
Maria Danisi, Director, Huntington Youth Court
Nina Sousa, Director, South Coast Youth Courts
Pamela Neal, Director, Safe Schools and Teen Court
Pat Faulkinberry, Director, Bossier Parish Teen Court
Patricia DeLuca, Volunteer, Global Youth Justice, Inc.
Scott Peterson, CEO, Global Youth Justice, Inc.
Susan Watkins, Director, Independence and Jackson Youth Courts
Terri Belliveau, Director, New Bedford Youth Court
Registration Open

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Registration Open
Certificate Training Programs
Center for Juvenile Justice Reform
The Center for Juvenile Justice Reform at Georgetown University supports and educates leaders across systems of care to advance a balanced, multi-system approach to improving outcomes for, and promoting the positive development of, youth at risk of juvenile justice involvement. Former OJJDP Administrator Shay Bilchik, who launched the 1st Federal Youth/Teen Court effort in 1997, is one of the country’s most influential voices in the juvenile justice arena, works closely with Georgetown’s other policy centers and departments in leading the Center’s efforts, including these excellent Training Programs. Global Youth Justice encourages our Network to Check Out these Excellent Professional Development Opportunities.
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February Featured Item
Global Youth Justice Store
Drawstring Bags Only $8.00
The featured item for the month of February in the new Global Youth Justice Merchandise Store is Drawstring Bags and they are ONLY $8.00 each and are available with 3 Different Free Logo’s for each of Youth Court, Teen Court, Student Court, Peer Court and Peer Jury — and, Anyone can order these $8.00 Drawstring Bags by using our Free Logos or “Use Your Own Logo” in the new Global Youth Justice Merchandise Store. These are great thank you gifts for youth and adult volunteers, youthful offenders who completed their peer imposed community service, and are great for marketing and More. START SHOPPING

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Youth/Teen/Student/Peer Court
Are you Connected with Global Youth Justice on Facebook? Are you involved with a Local Youth Court, Teen Court, Student Court, Peer Court or Peer Jury that is Not on Facebook? Is Your Program on Facebook, but it is Not Active? Have you Considered Involving the Volunteer Youth in Your Program in Managing Your Facebook or Posting when Your Program has Cases and Court? Let’s Get More Active on Social Media EVERYONE and You can start with Following and Liking Global Youth Justice on Facebook. Global Youth Justice Facebook

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Research and Data Collection
By George Washington University
Youth/Teen/Student/Peer Court

Key Findings — Historic Numbers
129,540 Juvenile Referrals Made Annually
116,144 Juvenile Referrals Accepted Annually
111,868 Juveniles Proceeded with Hearings
97,578 Juveniles Completed the Program
133,832 Youth and Adult Volunteers Annually

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Resolution Passed
Constitutional Rights Foundation
Supporting Global Youth Justice Movement

RESOLVED, That the Constitutional Rights Foundation and the Constitutional Rights Foundation Chicago encourage schools, youth programs, attorneys, judges, and police departments to work together to form and expand diversionary programs, known as Youth Courts/Teen Courts, where juveniles, under the supervision of representatives from the education and legal communities, determine sentencing for first time juvenile offenders who are charged with misdemeanors or minor infractions of school rules and consent to participate in the program, recognizing than an important sentencing option – community services – serves both the offender and the community.

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“Positive Peer Pressure Philosophy”

If negative peer pressure is a primary factor in leading some youth to commit a crime, offense and/or violation, then positive peer pressure can be harnessed and redirected to become a positive force and lead other youth to adhere to the rule of law and become more productive citizens. Youth Justice and Juvenile Justice voluntary diversion programs called Youth/Teen/Student/Peer Court and Peer Jury harness positive peer pressure and utilize it in a peer judgment setting to help address the anti-social, delinquent, and/or criminal behavior of youth. The ‘peer judgment’ and ‘positive peer pressure’ aspects of these programs are the two (2) primary programmatic elements which separate these youth justice and juvenile justice voluntary diversion programs from all of the others.
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Global Youth Justice, Inc. has passed the milestone of 60,000+ Adult and Youth Subscribers from around the Globe now subscribed to the Free monthly e-newsletter from Global Youth Justice on a Record 1,800+ Local volunteer-driven and youth-led Teen Court, Youth Court, Peer Court, Student Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs now operational in Local Youth Justice and Juvenile Justice Systems around the Globe on 4-Continents. Subscribe free with link below and you can also send emails addresses for adults and youth to GlobalYouthJustice@GlobalYouthJustice.org.
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Do you have news, articles, photos, events, social media links, website, press announcements and anything else on Youth Court, Teen Court, Student Court, Peer Court, Peer Jury Diversion Programs?

Just email them to Global Youth Justice at GlobalYouthJustice@GlobalYouthJustice.org and we will be glad to share them in an upcoming Issue of the Global Youth Justice Monthly e-News with a Subscriber List now Totaling more than 60,000+ Youth and Adult Subscribers from Around the Globe.

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4 Founding Board Members Appointed
Global Youth Justice, Inc.
New International 501c3 Nonprofit
Global Youth Justice, Inc. has Transitioned to an International Nonprofit Corporation with an approved 501c3 status approved on September 12, 2017. A total of fifteen (15) founding board members will eventually comprise the Governing Body of Global Youth Justice, In. Four (4) of the Fifteen (15) Founding Board Members have been appointed thus far. They include African American Historical Figure, the Honorable Arthur L. Burnett, Sr.; Georgia Teen Court Leader Ms. Kari Poss, Hawaii Teen Court Leader Ms. Amanda Quinn; and International Social Justice Entrepreneur Mr. Scott Peterson who will serve as CEO and Board President. Eleven (11) more founding board members will gradually be identified and announced. A formal announcement will be launched with the new Global Youth Justice Website in early 2018. Questions: email GlobalYouthJustice@GlobalYouthJustice.org.

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“Making the Time for Juvenile Crime”

If negative peer pressure is a primary factor in leading some youth to commit a crime, offense and/or violation, then positive peer pressure can be harnessed and redirected to become a positive force and lead other youth to adhere to the rule of law and become more productive citizens. These youth justice and juvenile justice voluntary diversion programs harness positive peer pressure and utilize it in a peer judgment setting to help address the anti-social, delinquent, and/or criminal behavior of youth.

The ‘peer judgment’ and ‘positive peer pressure’ aspects of these programs are the two (2) primary programmatic elements which separate these youth justice and juvenile justice voluntary diversion programs from all of the others. Adult community leaders are wisely driving the rapid implementation of these youth-led diversion programs. They are volunteer-driven, affordable, and critical to reducing justice system involvement. As of 2017, there are a Record 1,800+ Active Youth Court, Teen Court, Student Court, Peer Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs on 4-Continents, hundreds more in various stages of Development, and hundreds more we likely don’t know about. Global Youth Justice Website

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For the new Global Youth Justice Store, 3 New and Free Logos have been Design and are shown below, and are each available in 5 Different Program Names to include Youth Court, Teen Court, Peer Court, Student Court and Peer Jury. When Shopping the Global Youth Justice Store, simply click on your program name (i.e Teen Court, Youth Court, etc.) and all Products with these Free Logos will Appear. Pick Store Products with these names or Simply Use Your Own Log. Global Youth Justice Store

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Donate and Support
Global Youth Justice Movement
You can support the Global Youth Justice Movement in many ways — including making a Tax Deductible Charitable Contribution to Global Youth Justice, Inc. Support the Global Youth Justice Movement to Mobilize Historic Numbers of Volunteer Youth and Adults to Reduce Juvenile Crime Locally and Globally in More than 1,800+ Communities on 4-Continents, with 100’s More Youth/Teen/Student/Peer Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs in Development around the Globe.

Global Youth Justice, Inc. is now a Registered 501(c)(3) Approved Charity on both PayPal Giving Fund and eBay for Charity.
Donate via PayPal Giving Fund or eBAY for Charity

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New — GLOBAL YOUTH JUSTICE STORE Launched by Social Enterprise EXCLUSIVE TEES.

2018 February 3
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100% of Silk Screening by Juvenile Justice System Involved Youth

T-Shirts, Bags, Sweatshirts, Baseball Tees, Youth Briefcases & MORE

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ANY Nonprofit, School or Government Agency can Use the Store

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Basic T-Shirt = $7.50
Drawstring Backpack = $8.00
Soft T-Shirt = $9.50
Long Sleeve t-Shirt = $13.00
Polo T-Shirt = $13.00
Baseball T-Shirt = $14.50
Briefcase = $17.00
Pullover Hoodie Sweatshirt = $19.75
Full Zipper Hoodies Sweatshirt = $26.50
*Prices reflect 1-Color Logo and Not Shipping
For Multi-Color Logos and other questions, please visit the Global Youth Justice Store, and Click on Contact Button, and someone will be glad to assist you with your custom order.
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Use Your Own Logo: Any School, Nonprofit, Government Agency, Sports Team, Club, Family Reunion, Program, Agency, Organization, Individual or Anyone Else can Use the Global Youth Justice Store and “Use Your Own Logo” that is 1, 2 or even 3 Colors. For more than one (1) Color Logo, just visit the Global Youth Justice Store and Click on Contact for Specialized Orders.

Use Our Free Logos
Exclusive Tees and Global Youth Justice have designed new FREE Logos which can be used by Youth Court, Teen Court, Peer Court, Student Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs. When Shopping the Global Youth Justice Store, just click on PRODUCTS and Select Your Program Name. The (3) FREE Logos below are available with the names Teen Court, Peer Court, Student Court, Peer Judy and Student Court in the Global Youth Justice Store. Use these Logos and/or Use Your Own.

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EXCLUSIVE TEES
Global Youth Justice proudly partners with Social Enterprise Exclusive Tees to manage the Global Youth Justice Store and fulfill your orders. Exclusive Tees employs Massachusetts Juvenile Justice System Involved Youth and teaches them workplace skills through the operation of a Custom Screen Printing Company. From computer design to print press to folding and inventory, youth work as a team to complete your order. Your business helps them take a step forward in their employment future while earning $11.00 an hour.

Exclusive Tees is managed by Commonwealth Corporation. Commonwealth Corporation designs and executes workforce programs in partnership with businesses, educators, and providers across the state. Commonwealth Corporation partners with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Youth Services (DYS) and the Collaborative for Educational Services (CES) to provide young people with access to a continuum of opportunities – high-quality training, vocational and employability programs, and mentoring – that will give them the knowledge, skills, and confidence they need to build a better future. Global Youth Justice ESPECIALLY Appreciates Ms. Celia Overby and the Staff at Exclusive Tees for making this Awesome New Partnership a Reality.
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“Positive Peer Pressure Philosophy”

If negative peer pressure is a primary factor in leading some youth to commit a crime, offense and/or violation, then positive peer pressure can be harnessed and redirected to become a positive force and lead other youth to adhere to the rule of law and become more productive citizens. Youth Justice and Juvenile Justice voluntary diversion programs called Youth/Teen/Student/Peer Court and Peer Jury harness positive peer pressure and utilize it in a peer judgment setting to help address the anti-social, delinquent, and/or criminal behavior of youth. The ‘peer judgment’ and ‘positive peer pressure’ aspects of these programs are the two (2) primary programmatic elements which separate these youth justice and juvenile justice voluntary diversion programs from all of the others.
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Registration Open 
19th Global Youth Justice Training 
Youth/Teen/Student/Peer Court 
Provincetown, Cape Cod, MA, USA 
Tuesday to Thursday, June 12-14, 2018
Registration is now open for the 19th Global Youth Justice Training this June 12-14, 2018 in Historic Provincetown, Cape Cod, MA, USA. Registration is fairly on a 1st Registered, 1st to Book Resort Rooms. Registration Fee is only $195 and includes 3 Breakfast Buffets, 3 Lunch Buffets, 3 Breaks and 3 Days of Training and Lots of fun from a Whale Watch to Beach Bonfire to Lots of Seafood and More. Oceanfront Rooms are only $99 and $109 per night plus tax, for Approved Participants. BOTH Adults and Youth will be allowed for the 1st time this year, as we got many Requests for this. Global Youth Justice Trainings are subsidized, making registration and resort rooms affordable, and they do fill to capacity, so don’t miss out.
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4 Founding Board Members Appointed 
Global Youth Justice, Inc.
Global Youth Justice, Inc. has Transitioned from an LLC created in 2009 by Social Justice Entrepreneur Scott Peterson to an International Nonprofit Corporation with an approved 501c3 status approved on September 12, 2017. A total of (15) founding board members will eventually comprise the Governing Body of Global Youth Justice, Inc. Four (4) of the (15) Founding Board Members have been appointed thus far. They include African American Historical Figure, the Honorable Arthur L. Burnett, Sr.; Georgia Teen Court Leader Ms. Kari Poss, Hawaii Teen Court Leader Ms. Amanda Quinn; and International Social Justice Entrepreneur Mr. Scott Peterson who will serve as CEO and Board President. A “Shout-Out” to Mr. Jonathan Halstuch for his considerable support in the formation stage of Global Youth Justice, Inc. Eleven (11) more founding board members will gradually be identified and announced. A formal announcement will be launched with the new Global Youth Justice Website in February, 2018. Questions: email GlobalYouthJustice@GlobalYouthJustice.org.

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“Volunteering the Time for Juvenile Crime”

Global Youth Justice Champions the World’s Most Replicated Juvenile Justice and Youth Justice Program — 1,800+ Youth Court, Teen Court, Student Court, Peer Court and Peer Jury youth-led and volunteer-driven diversion programs on 4-Continents, with 100’s more in various stages of development. If negative peer pressure is a primary factor in leading some youth to commit a crime, offense and/or violation, then positive peer pressure can be harnessed and redirected to become a positive force and lead other youth to adhere to the rule of law and become more productive citizens. These youth justice and juvenile justice voluntary diversion programs harness positive peer pressure and utilize it in a peer judgment setting to help address the anti-social, delinquent, and/or criminal behavior of youth.

The ‘peer judgment’ and ‘positive peer pressure’ aspects of these programs are the two (2) primary programmatic elements which separate these youth justice and juvenile justice voluntary diversion programs from all of the others. Adult community leaders are wisely driving the rapid implementation of these youth-led diversion programs. They are volunteer-driven, affordable, and critical to reducing justice system involvement. As of 2017, there are a Record 1,800+ Active Youth Court, Teen Court, Student Court, Peer Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs on 4-Continents, hundreds more in various stages of Development, and hundreds more we likely don’t know about. Global Youth Justice Website

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REGISTRATION OPEN

19th Global Youth Justice Training

World’s Most Replicated Juvenile Justice Program

TEEN/YOUTH/STUDENT/PEER COURT and PEER JURY

Historic Provincetown in Cape Cod, USA

Tuesday to Thursday — June 12-14, 2018

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REGISTRATION and ROOM RATES

Registration
$195
Oceanfront Resort Rooms
$89/$109

Global Youth Justice Trainings are subsidized, therefor, the Low $195 Registration Fee includes 3+ Breakfast Buffets, 3 Lunch Buffets, 3 Snack Breaks, 3 Days of Training and More. Rates for Oceanfront Standard and Ocean View Rooms at the Provincetown Oceanfront Resort and Conference Center are reduced for approved Global Youth Justice Training participants, so they are ONLY $89+ tax and $109+ tax from Sunday to Thursday Night and for people extending their trip on personal time, the rates are also reduced on Friday and Saturday before and after the Training. These Room Rates are $40.00+ Less Per Night for Registration Approved Global Youth Justice Training Participants, than rates available to the public. Resort Rooms can also be shared, and Registration is fairly 1st registered, 1st paid, 1st to get to book lower room rates first. AND, stay 5 or More Nights, and get an additional $15 MORE off each night at the Provincetown Inn — so take an extra vacation day or two, as you deserve it. Register early, as this training will fill to capacity. Please read eligibility criteria below, if you plan to attend and participate. And, by popular demand, BOTH Adults and Youth are Eligible to Attend this Global Youth Justice Training for the 1st Time.
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ELIGIBILITY

ADULTS and YOUTH

For the 1st time, Global Youth Justice is allowing BOTH Adults and Youth to attend the 19th Global Youth Justice Training Institute. Individuals and Teams of 2-7 adults and youth involved with and/or interested in learning about rapidly expanding Volunteer-Driven Teen Court, Peer Court, Student Court, Youth Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs are the majority of participants. Participants are current, former, and newly interested individuals interested in Establishing, Enhancing, and Learning about these Positive Youth Justice Diversion Programs. Participants are primarily from Police Departments, Schools, Nonprofits, Probation Departments, Youth Services, Conflict Resolution, School Safety, Law-Related Education, Bar Associations, Youth Development, Social Entrepreneurs, Youth Bureaus, District Attorney and Public Defender Offices, Volunteer Organizations, Court Personnel, Foundations, Philanthropists, Board Members, Partner Agencies, Consultants, Native American and Alaskan Native Tribes and Villages, Juvenile Courts, Criminal Justice, Juvenile Justice and Youth Justice Agencies in the USA and around the Globe. Registration will fill to capacity, so if you are planning to attend — Register Early.
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Committee Members
Kari Poss, Columbia County Teen Court
Amanda Quinn, Hawaii’ Teen Court
Charlsie Cordova, Arizona Teen Courts
Jane Michaud, Project Youth Court
Nina Sousa, South Coast Youth Courts
Pat Faulkinberry, Bossier Teen Court
Elizabeth Hollingsworth, Webster Teen Court
Kristen Ivon, Merrimack Teen Court
Arianne Reyer, Nassau Youth Court
Maria Danisi, Huntington Youth Court
Karen Matz-L’HommeDieu, Southamton Youth Court
Susan Wathins, Independence/Jackson Youth Court
Keyria Rogers, Macon Teen Court
Carol Sabin, Global Youth Justice, Inc.
Scott Peterson, Global Youth Justice, Inc.
And MORE Committee Members and Presenters TBA.
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Honorable Arthur L. Burnett, Sr.

KEYNOTE SPEAKER
African American Historical Figure
Honorable Arthur L. Burnett, Sr.
Career Highlights
1965: U.S. Department of Justice, AUSA.
1969: 1st African American Federal Magistrate Judge
1950’s: Championed School Desegregation
1960’s: Justice Reform w/AG Robert Kennedy
1987: Presiding Judge, Superior Court, DC.
1995: Co-Founder, Youth Court of Washington, DC.
2004: Executive Director, National African American Drug Policy Coalition, Inc.
2010: Board of Directors, Youth Court of DC.
2017: Top Judge of Year Award, International Association Top Professionals.
2017: Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award.
2017: Founding Vice-President, Board of Directors, Global Youth Justice, Inc.
Judge Arthur L. Burnett, Sr. Name Judge of the Year

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REGISTRATION OPEN
19th Global Youth Justice Training
Youth/Teen/Student/Peer Court
World Famous Provincetown
Cape Cod, Massachusetts, USA
June 12-14, 2018
Tuesday to Thursday
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OCEANFRONT LOCATION
World Famous Provincetown
Provincetown Inn Waterfront Resort and Conference Center
1 Commercial Street
Provincetown, Cape Cod
Massachusetts, USA
The Provincetown Inn
After registrants have registered, paid, and been approved, they are provided with the Code to book resort rooms at the reduced rates in the Global Youth Justice Contract with the Provincetown Inn Seaside Resort and Conference Center. Register Early — As Resort Rooms will fill to Capacity.
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TRAINING HIGHLIGHTS
20+ Presentations and Sessions on Youth/Peer/Student/Teen Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs by adult and youth participants, and Global Youth Justice Trainers on topics to include Research and Data Collection; Funding Sources; Referral Sources; Marketing, Intake Meetings, Juvenile Crimes Referred; R-TORR Volunteer Management; Writing Grants; Social Media; Formalizing Essential Partnerships; Peer Imposed Mandated Community Service; Networking with Peers and Much More. A special focus will include a 12-Month Timeline to include the 10 Primary Operational, Programmatic and Administrative areas of these diversion programs to assist participant in Establishing and Enhancing a Youth/Teen/Student/Youth Court and Peer Jury Diversion Program. Registration will fill to capacity, so if you are planning to attend, Register Early. And, volunteer to be a presenter on the 2nd page of the registration form, as there are still slots for 15 individual and group presentations.
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TRAINING MATERIALS

19th Global Youth Justice Training

June 12-14, 2018

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AGENDA
REGISTRATION FORM
MEALS INCLUDED
TRAVEL TIPS
OPTIONAL ACTIVITIES
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VOLUNTEER as a PRESENTER

More than 20+ Presentations at this Global Youth Justice Training this June 12-14, 2018 in World Famous Provincetown, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, USA will be from adult and youth participants who volunteer to serve as speakers, and present on a wide range of topics related to World’s Most Replicated Juvenile Justice and Youth Justice Diversion Program, in addition to other structured training sessions for those interested in Enhancing and Establishing one of these Positive Youth Justice Diversion Programs. If you are interested in serving as a speaker, you can volunteer on the second page of the Registration Form on the Global Youth Justice Website.
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OPTIONAL ACTIVITIES

Historic Provincetown, USA

Don’t Miss Out on Optional Cape Cod Activities in Provincetown from the Famous Dolphin Fleet 3-Hour Whale Watch, Provincetown Trolley Tour, Visiting the Pilgrim Monument, Late Night Fishing Trip, Rent Bicycles, Beach Bonfire Party, Hike Historic Provincetown Dune Trails, 500+ Oceanside Shops from Provincetown Art Galleries, Shopping, Homemade Salt Water Taffy Plant, Great Seafood, T-Shirt Stores, Beautiful Ocean Sunsets, Ice Cream Shops, Sand Dunes Buggy Tour, and Much More.
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Registration Questions
If you have questions regarding registration and other details surrounding the 19th Global Youth Justice Training on Teen Court, Youth Court, Peer Court, Student Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs, you can may contact Global Youth Justice at Scott.Peterson@GlobalYouthJustice.org and/or call (202) 468-3790. Registration can be completed by mailing the registration form to Global Youth Justice with a check and/or you can email the registration form to Global Youth Justice and we can send a secure paypal invoice, which allows participants to use a debit or credit card. Please note, you do not need to be a PayPal Member or user to pay by PayPal.
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American Bar Association
House of Delegates Passes Resolution
Youth/Teen/Student/Peer Court

RESOLVED, That the American Bar Association (ABA) urges federal, state, territorial, and local governments to create and provide appropriate support for Youth or Teen Courts that, through a nondiscriminatory peer-driven restorative justice process involving family members, diverts youth from the formal consequences of juvenile court petitions, proceedings, adjudications, or juvenile justice sanctions by:

(A) Providing civic education for all participants that builds respect for their rule of law and the legal process, including mentorship and community service opportunities; (B) Permitting program referrals from prosecutors, probation departments and police, as well as from the courts, and not limiting program eligibility to first-time offenders; (C) Encouraging judges, lawyers, law students, civic organizations and businesses to recruit youth volunteers and to provide training, other assistance and support to create, sustain and promote programs; and (D) Supporting national, state, and local research and evaluation on all aspects of these programs.

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92% Filled
18th Global Youth Justice Training
The Plaza, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Tuesday to Thursday
January 23-25, 2018

Registration is 92% Filled for 18th Global Youth Justice Training to Implement and Enhance a Youth Court, Teen Court, Student Court, Peer Court, and Peer Jury Diversion Program. This New 3-Day International Training Institute takes place at The Plaza in Las Vegas, USA. Registration Fee is $195 and Resort Rooms for approved participants is $73 per night at The Plaza. Global Youth Justice Trainings are subsidized, affordable, and fill to capacity, so register early. Click for Registration Information

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TEEN COURTS WORK
Federally Funded Research
Teen Court Evaluation: A Comparative Evaluation of Three (3) Teen Court Models. Excellent Research on Youth/Teen/Student/Peer Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs PROVE these Rapidly Expanding Volunteer-Driven Diversion Programs REDUCE RECIDIVISM RATES. Check out the Report Funded by the State Justice Institute.
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New in 2018
Global Youth Justice Merchandise Store
Partnership w/Social Enterprise Exclusive Tees
Global Youth Justice has partnered with Social Enterprise Exclusive Tees and will be launching a Global Youth Justice Merchandise Store on Teen Court, Youth Court, Peer Court, Student Court and Peer Jury. The new Store will include T-Shirts, Polo Shirts, Sweatshirts, Bags and MORE. And, all silk screening, printing and other work is done by youth in juvenile correctional facilities. The new Global Youth Justice Merchandise Store will ship in the USA and Globally. Watch for new Logos on Youth/Teen/Student/Peer Court and Peer Jury, which will be available for use for free on merchandise in the Global Youth Justice Store. The new Store Launches on the Worldwide Web on February 1, 2018. Global Youth Justice is excited to bring this new service to more than 1,800+ Youth/Teen/Student/Peer Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs on 4-Continents. The Store will be accessed on the new Global Youth Justice Website Launching February 1, 2018.

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PARTICIPANTS
18th Global Youth Justice Training
Las Vegas, NV, USA
January 23-25, 2018
Oregon’s Keizer Youth Peer Court Director Cari Emery Coleman; California’s San Diego Teen Court Director Jessica Rathbun, Elsa Torres and Regina Aguilar; West Virginia’s Monongalia Teen Court Director C.W. Mullins; North Carolina’s Sampson County Teen Court Coordinator Danielle Graham, Genny Thompson and Denise McIntyre; Illinois’s Knox County Teen Court Director Paula Johnson; Florida’s 19th Judicial Circuit Teen Court Director Bettye Chapman-Buchanan; North Carolina’s Granville County Teen Court Director Charissa M. Puryear; Oregon’s Tualatin Youth Court’s Anika Girardi; Georgia’s Columbia County Teen Court Assistant Devante Thomas; Idaho’s Caldwell School District Peer Court Director Heather Ramos AND many individuals and teams Establishing these Youth-Led Diversion Programs such as Nathan, Cody, Wendy and Melissa from Jerome School District in Idaho; Australia and African Universities Fund’s Helen Edwards; Juan and Priscilla from Adams County Juvenile Court in Washington; Sheryl, Benny, Latonya and Renada from Community Assistance Program in Illinois; Tonya and Candace from Community in Schools in Tennessee; Prevention Specialist Heather Fenech from Arizona, Sheila and Faye from Juvenile Probation in Arkansas; Kelly, William and Byram from Shoshone Bannock Tribe in Idaho; Judge Amanda Heath and DaCara Brown from Georgia; Georgia Teen Court Leader and Founding Global Youth Justice Board Member Kari Poss; Massachusetts Phoenix Charter Schools Geoffrey Schmidt and Marc Lazare; Wisconin’s Beloit Police Patrol Lieutenant Kristen Devitt; District of Columbia’s Department of Youth Services Rashida George, Darrell Foster and William Young; Nevada’s Clark County School District Thomas Griffin; New Mexico’s Alamogordo Public Schools Doyle Styling; Idaho’s Booneville County Probation’s Brian Beck and Chris Potter; SmartPhone Monitoring for Juveniles Mike Kingery, New Mexico’s Otero Teen Court Cambri Syling; Arkansas’s Garland Juvenile Court’s Edie Milholland and Jennifer Dartner; Kansas 8th Judicial District Youth Courts Amber Knapp and MORE. Registration is now 94% Filled and Climbing. Registration Information

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GLOBAL YOUTH JUSTICE 
Twitter @JuvenileCrime
GLOBAL YOUTH JUSTICE @JuvenileCrime Twitter on volunteer-driven and youth-led Teen Court, Youth Court, Student Court, Peer Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs passes 70,000+ Followers, making it the most followed Juvenile Justice and Youth Justice Twitter Globally.
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30th Anniversary
World’s Longest Serving Youth Court Director
Barbara Reitz, Putnam Youth Court, NY
Ms. Barbara Reitz Celebrates her 30 Years of Service as Director of the Putnam County Youth Court, making her the Longest serving Youth Court Director around the Globe. She began in 1993 and is going strong at 2018. Congratulations to Barbara and all the amazing Youth and Adults involved with the Putnam County Youth Court at the Putnam Youth Bureau in New York, USA. Thank You Barbara for helping me establish and become founding Executive Director of Youth Courts of the Capital District, Inc. in New York in 1993 — Scott Peterson, CEO, Global Youth Justice, Inc.. So much of this AWESOME Adult Peer to Peer Sharing has been a key driving force with the Global Youth Justice Movement around the USA, and now Globe. Putnam County Youth Court

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COMING SOON
New Global Youth Justice Website
Global Youth Justice, Inc. has formalized a partnership with Premier Nonprofit Website Designers WIRED IMPACT, and together we will be launching a newly designed and significantly expanded Global Youth Justice Website on a Record 1,800+ volunteer-driven Teen/Youth/Student/Peer Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs on 4-Continents this February 1, 2018. This will coincide with major announcements in early 2018 from Global Youth Justice in 2018.
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Excellent New Book
PIECES NEVER MISSING
“Required in a Child’s LIFE”
African American Figure Arthur L. Burnett, Sr. and Mr. Dwayne Meeks have presented an inside look and brought to the forefront some of the most pressing issues surrounding the challenges and biases around fatherhood engagement and the families who are at risk of being marginalized because of economic obstructions and focuses on the need to reaffirm the advantage of fathers inside the family arrangement. The book contains many recommendation on how fathers can encourage and motivate their children to develop positive values, achieve and reach their potential. Amazon.Com for Info and Ordering

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Highlighted Local Diversion Programs
Youth/Teen/Student/Peer Court

Granville County Teen Court, North Carolina
Website
19th Judicial Circuit Teen Court, Florida
Website
Knox County Teen Court, Illinois
Facebook
Keizer Youth Peer Court, Oregon
Facebook
Columbia County Teen Court, Georgia
Website
San Diego Teen Court, California
Website
Monongalia Teen Court, West Virginia
Facebook
Sampson County Teen Court, North Carolina
Facebook
8th Judicial District Youth Court, Kansas
Website
Otero County Teen Court, New Mexico
Website
Caldwell School District Youth Court, Idaho
Twitter
Columbia County Teen Court ,Georgia
Website
YWCA of Hawaii Teen Court, Hawaii
Website
Global Youth Justice Local Programs Directory
Website
Don’t see Your Program Listed, just email us at GlobalYouthJustice@GlobalYouthJustice.org.

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Registration Opens Soon
19th Global Youth Justice Training
Youth/Teen/Student/Peer Court
Provincetown, Cape Cod, MA, USA
Tuesday to Thursday, June 12-14, 2018
Registration is fairly on a 1st Registered, 1st to Book Resort Rooms. Registration Fee is only $195 and includes 3 Breakfast Buffets, 3 Lunch Buffets, 3 Breaks and 3 Days of Training and Lots of fun from a Whale Watch to Beach Bonfire to Lots of Seafood and More. Oceanfront Rooms are only $99 and $109 per night plus tax, for Approved Participants. BOTH Adults and Youth will be allowed for the 1st time this year, as we got MANY Great Requests for this. Registration Opens 1/7/2018

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FACEBOOK
GLOBAL YOUTH JUSTICE
Visit, Like and Share the Global Youth Justice Facebook Page on Youth Court, Teen Court, Student Court, Peer Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs around the Globe on 4-Continents. The Global Youth Justice Facebook Page Likes and Follows Climbed 485% in 2017. [Global Youth Justice Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/GlobalYouthJustice/)

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THE GLOBAL GOALS
Global Youth Justice
2030 Plan

In Early 2018, Global Youth Justice will be announcing a formal partnership with the United Nations 2030 Global Goals. Global Youth Justice’s 2030 GLOBAL GOAL will be 5,000+ Volunteer-Driven and Youth-Led Youth/Teen/Student/Peer Court Diversion Programs in 25+ Countries and MORE. This new partnership will help guide a majority of the goals, objectives, tasks and performance measures for Global Youth Justice through 2030. Global Youth Justice has Launched a new Twitter @GlobalGoalsGYJ to serve as it’s Social Media Platform for this Exciting new venture to further strengthen and expand the Global Youth Justice Movement now on 4-Continents. @GlobalGoalsGYJ Twitter

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“Positive Peer Pressure Philosophy”

If negative peer pressure is a primary factor in leading some youth to commit a crime, offense and/or violation, then positive peer pressure can be harnessed and redirected to become a positive force and lead other youth to adhere to the rule of law and become more productive citizens. Youth Justice and Juvenile Justice voluntary diversion programs called Youth/Teen/Student/Peer Court and Peer Jury harness positive peer pressure and utilize it in a peer judgment setting to help address the anti-social, delinquent, and/or criminal behavior of youth. The ‘peer judgment’ and ‘positive peer pressure’ aspects of these programs are the two (2) primary programmatic elements which separate these youth justice and juvenile justice voluntary diversion programs from all of the others.
Global Youth Justice Movement

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Approved
September 12, 2017
Tax Exempt 501(c)(3) Status

Global Youth Justice, Inc. has completed the step in the planned transition to an International Nonprofit Corporation and on September 12, 2017, the United States Treasury approved Global Youth Justice, Inc. as a tax exempt 501(c)(3) charitable organization. This approval allows Global Youth Justice, Inc. to now be eligible for a wide range of public and private resources in support of it’s expanded mission, vision and plans to significantly scale up efforts to proliferate the volunteer-driven Global Youth Justice Movement taking hold around the Globe.

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Volunteer Opportunities
Global Youth Justice
Global Youth Justice has a wide range of Volunteer Opportunities for both Adults and Youth to include: (1) Graphic Design; (2) Marketing; (3) Data Collection; (4) Writing and Editing; (5) Field Building; (6) Fundraising; (7) Social Media; (8) New Ideas to Volunteer; (9) Help the Global Goals 2030 Plan; and MORE. For information, please email your interest and any other helpful information to GlobalYouthJustice@GlobalYouthJustice.org.

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The World Factbook
Central Intelligence Agency, USA
World Factbook
The CIA World Factbook is an excellent resource filled with hundreds of interesting facts and data from countries around the Globe. For example, Global Youth Justice Champions the Global Effort to Reduce Voting Ages around the Globe to Age Sixiteen (16). The link above shows current Voting Ages around the Globe and the Link below is to the Global Youth Justice @16andVOTE Global Campaign Twitter.
Global @16andVOTE Campaign

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4 Founding Board Members Appointed
Global Youth Justice, Inc.
New International 501c3 Nonprofit
Global Youth Justice, Inc. has Transitioned to an International Nonprofit Corporation with an approved 501c3 status approved on September 12, 2017. A total of fifteen (15) founding board members will eventually comprise the Governing Body of Global Youth Justice, In. Four (4) of the Fifteen (15) Founding Board Members have been appointed thus far. They include African American Historical Figure, the Honorable Arthur L. Burnett, Sr.; Georgia Teen Court Leader Ms. Kari Poss, Hawaii Teen Court Leader Ms. Amanda Quinn; and International Social Justice Entrepreneur Mr. Scott Peterson who will serve as CEO and Board President. Eleven (11) more founding board members will gradually be identified and announced. A formal announcement will be launched with the new Global Youth Justice Website in early 2018. Questions: email GlobalYouthJustice@GlobalYouthJustice.org.

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Record 60,000+ Subscribers
Global Youth Justice
Top 10 e-News
Global Youth Justice, Inc. has passed the milestone of 60,000+ Adult and Youth Subscribers from around the Globe now subscribed to the Free monthly e-newsletter from Global Youth Justice on a Record 1,800+ Local volunteer-driven and youth-led Teen Court, Youth Court, Peer Court, Student Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs now operational in Local Youth Justice and Juvenile Justice Systems around the Globe on 4-Continents. Subscribe free with link below and you can also send emails addresses for adults and youth to GlobalYouthJustice@GlobalYouthJustice.org.
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Just email them to Global Youth Justice at GlobalYouthJustice@GlobalYouthJustice.org and we will be glad to share them in an upcoming Issue of the Global Youth Justice Monthly e-News with a Subscriber List now Totaling more than 60,000+ Youth and Adult Subscribers from Around the Globe.

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“Making the Time for Juvenile Crime”

If negative peer pressure is a primary factor in leading some youth to commit a crime, offense and/or violation, then positive peer pressure can be harnessed and redirected to become a positive force and lead other youth to adhere to the rule of law and become more productive citizens. These youth justice and juvenile justice voluntary diversion programs harness positive peer pressure and utilize it in a peer judgment setting to help address the anti-social, delinquent, and/or criminal behavior of youth.

The ‘peer judgment’ and ‘positive peer pressure’ aspects of these programs are the two (2) primary programmatic elements which separate these youth justice and juvenile justice voluntary diversion programs from all of the others. Adult community leaders are wisely driving the rapid implementation of these youth-led diversion programs. They are volunteer-driven, affordable, and critical to reducing justice system involvement. As of 2017, there are a Record 1,800+ Active Youth Court, Teen Court, Student Court, Peer Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs on 4-Continents, hundreds more in various stages of Development, and hundreds more we likely don’t know about. Global Youth Justice Website

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2017 November 3
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Around the Globe

Record 1,700+ Diversion Programs

Youth/Teen/Student/Peer Court

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Youth Court Named Model of Excellence
Youth Court Named Model of Excellence
Opinion: Youth Court Working in New Jersey
Opinion: Youth Court Working in New Jersey
Youth Court Provides 2nd Chances in Clifton Park, NY
Youth Court Provides 2nd Chances in Clifton Park, NY
Bangladesh Supreme Court Justice at Global Youth Justice Training
Bangladesh Supreme Court Justice at Global Youth Justice Training
Faulkner Teen Court comes back for 3rd Year in Arkansas
Faulkner Teen Court comes back for 3rd Year in Arkansas
Centennial offers Teen Court instead of Regular Hearings in Colorado
Centennial offers Teen Court instead of Regular Hearings in Colorado
High School Students prepare for Roles in New Southold Youth Court
High School Students Prepare for Roles in New Southold Youth Court
Peer Jury Looks for Rebirth with Help from Downers Grove Township in Illinois
Peer Jury Looks for Rebirth with Help from Downers Grove Township in IL
Rochester Teen Court is Teen No Longer, as it Celebrates 20th Year
Rochester Teen Court is Teen No Longer, as it Celebrates 20th Year

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Berkley Votes to Adopt Teen Court in WV
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Putnam Youth Court Celebrates 30th Anniversary
Elmira Youth Court Seeks Volunteers in New York
Elmira Youth Court Seeks Volunteers in New York
U.S. Department of Justice announces Global Youth Justice Training
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White Plains Youth Court Holds Bake Sale Fundraiser
White Plains Youth Court Holds Bake Sale Fundraiser
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Global Youth Justice Joining United Nations Global Goals

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18th Global Youth Justice Training
The Plaza, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Tuesday to Thursday
January 23-25, 2018

Registration Open for 18th Global Youth Justice Training to Implement and Enhance a Youth Court, Teen Court, Student Court, Peer Court, and Peer Jury Diversion Program. This New 3-Day International Training Institute takes place at The Plaza in Las Vegas, USA. Registration Fee is $195 and Resort Rooms for approved participants is $73 per night at The Plaza. Global Youth Justice Trainings are subsidized, affordable and usually fill to capacity, so register early. Click for Registration Information

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White Plains Youth Court
New York, USA
Facebook

The White Plains Youth Court recently had a special visit from Nassau County Assistant District Attorney and Nassau Youth Court Director Arianne. The White Plains Youth Court also put on a successful bake sale fundraiser and is doing many great things, thanks to the awesome youth and adults involved, and the terrific director Connie Jones-Hairston. Both Connie and Arianne attended a recent Global Youth Justice Training in 2017 in Cape Cod, USA and a BIG Shout-Out to both of these awesome adults. White Plains Youth Court Twitter

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Record 70,000+ Followers
Global Youth Justice
Twitter @JuvenileCrime

Global Youth Justice’s @JuvenileCrime Twitters on Youth-Led and Volunteer-Driven Youth Justice and Juvenile Justice Diversion Programs called Teen Court, Youth Court, Peer Court, Student Court and Peer Jury has passed 70,000+ Twitter followers on November 1, 2017 thanks to historic numbers of youth and adults around the Globe involved in a Record 1,700+ of these Positive Youth Justice Programs on 4-Continents. Global Youth Justice @JuvenileCrime Twitter

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25th Anniversary
Global Youth Justice Movement
1993 to 2018

The Global Youth Justice Movement will be Celebrating it’s 25th Anniversary in 2018. This text-book example of a local grass-roots movement is driven by the widely agreed upon belief that if negative peer pressure is a primary factor in leading some youth to commit a crime, offense and/or violation, then positive peer pressure can be harnessed and redirected to become a positive force and lead other youth to adhere to the rule of law and become more productive citizens. The Global Youth Justice Movement is steadfast and solid, and shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon — if at all. Global Youth Justice will be launching a wide range of activities and announcements in 2018 in support of Celebrating and Advancing the Global Youth Justice Movement, beginning with a Major Global Announcement in January, 2018.

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International Visitor
Bangladesh Supreme Court
Honorable Justice M Imann Ali

The most recent international visitor to attend a Global Youth Justice Training is Bangladesh Supreme Court Justice M Imann Ali, who attended the 17th Global Youth Justice Training in Massachusetts, USA this past September, 2018. Justice M Imann Ali (left in photo) is pictured with African American Historical Figure and Global Youth Justice Founding Vice-President, Honorable Arthur L. Burnett, Sr. (center) and Global Youth Justice CEO and Board President Scott Bernard Peterson. Adult Leaders from more than 20+ Countries have now attended Global Youth Justice Trainings, as more and more countries implement the USA’s Rapidly Expanding volunteer-driven Youth Justice Model. BIO on Justice M Imann Ali

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Approved
September 12, 2017
Tax Exempt 501(c)(3) Status

Global Youth Justice, Inc. has completed the step in the planned transition to an International Nonprofit Corporation and on September 12, 2017, the United States Treasury approved Global Youth Justice, Inc. as a tax exempt 501(c)(3) charitable organization. This approval allows Global Youth Justice, Inc. to now be eligible for a wide range of public and private resources in support of it’s expanded mission, vision and plans to significantly scale up efforts to proliferate the volunteer-driven Global Youth Justice Movement taking hold around the Globe.

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Photos Wanted
2018 Slideshow in Development
Global Youth Justice Movement

Global Youth Justice is working on a Global Slideshow to be released in early 2018 in Celebration of the 25th Anniversary of the Global Youth Justice Movement. The Slideshow will include hundreds of photos of volunteer youth in group photos, photos with adults, and youth volunteers in action in local Youth Court, Teen Court, Student Court, Peer Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs. Already, more than 150+ photos have been emailed to Global Youth Justice for this 2018 Global Youth Justice Movement Slideshow. If you have photos you would like included, you can email them to GlobalYouthJustice@GlobalYouthJustice.org.

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FACEBOOK
Global Youth Justice, Inc.
FACEBOOK

Global Youth Justice began expanding it’s Facebook Page this past April, 2017, and in only 6-months, the number of Likes and Follows has climbed from 300 to over 1,400+. The first Facebook expansion plan will be completed by the end of 2017, and in early 2018, Global Youth Justice will launch several more expansion phases. More than 100+ Youth Court, Teen Court, Student Court, Peer Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs are now on Facebook — and Global Youth Justice encourages more of these local youth justice and juvenile justice diversion programs to get active on Social Media, to include Facebook, Twitter and More. Global Youth Justice has one of the largest and most followed Social Media Networks around the globe, and will be launching a new Social Media Platform in early 2018. Global Youth Justice Facebook

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FREE
Street Law Lesson Plans
Youth/Teen/Student/Peer Court
FREE LESSONS

Street Law for Youth Courts: Educational Workshops is available online for free. The curriculum contains 16 lesson plans as well as introductory materials about best practices in law-related education and youth court training programs. Each lesson includes a lesson plan, handouts, and suggestions for including community resource people as co-instructors. The program also includes an overview of how to establish an effective youth court education program, teaching strategies, and additional resources for youth court administrators and educators. Use these Free Lesson Plans for both youthful offenders to complete their Peer Imposed Mandated Community Service and Train Youth Volunteers. These are Free, so DO NOT use those On-Line Lessons from Companies like Court Solutions On-Line trying to make money off the youth and families we serve. Free Street Law Lessons

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GLOBAL GOALS
The United Nations
2030 Global Goals

In September 2015, 193 world leaders agreed to 17 Global Goals for Sustainable Development. If these Goals are completed, it would mean an end to extreme poverty, inequality and climate change by 2030. The Global Goals are only going to work if we fight for them and you can’t fight for your rights if you don’t know what they are. The Goals are only going to be completed if we can make them famous. Global Youth Justice, Inc. will be joining the United Nations 2030 Global Goals with a Major Announcement and Commitment in early 2018. Global Goals Website

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New Teen Justice Program
Milliken University
Press Release

Illinois Teen Court Leader Keyria Rogers (center in photo) is doing awesome leading this effort. It has just been announced that Millikin University will manage the new Macon County Teen Court Justice Program. Millikin University, in collaboration with the Macon County State’s Attorney’s Office and the Andreas Foundation, are pleased to announce that the new Macon County Teen Justice Program will be operated and managed by Millikin University starting August 1, 2017. The program will be an ongoing Performance Learning site for Millikin criminal justice students and support Millikin’s new Criminal Justice major coming in Fall 2018. News

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30th Anniversary
Putnam Youth Court
Press

The Putnam County Youth Bureau in New York Celebrates the 30th Anniversary of their Awesome Putnam Youth Court Diversion Programs. A BIG Shout Out to Director Barbara Reitz who is the Longest serving Youth/Teen Court around the Globe. And, Thank You Barbara for helping me (Scott Peterson) start Youth Courts of the Capital District, Inc. in New York State back in 1993. Love You Barbara and Thank You for all that you do to help make the world a better place. Putnam Youth Bureau Facebook

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TEEN COURT
YWCA of Hawaii Island
Law Day 2017

YWCA of Hawaii Island Teen Court is recognized for their Excellent Contributions to Global Law Day 2017. Hawaii Island Teen Court help a Public Mock Trial, Recognied the Awesome Youth Volunteers helping their Peers Avoid formal Justice System Involvement and More. Thank You Amanda Quinn, Amanda Alvarado, Kathleen McGilvray, Lorraine Davis and the other awesome staff, volunteers, youth and partners at YWCA of Hawaii Island. YWCA Website

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Youth Justice Leader
Katie Miltner
Hamilton County Youth Court

Katie Miltner, in coordination with a committee of approximately 20 attorneys in the Cincinnati area, worked with the Hamilton County Juvenile Court, the Cincinnati Bar Association, and the Cincinnati Bar Foundation to create the Hamilton County Youth Court in 2014. Since that time, Katie has volunteered as the Youth Court coordinator. In that role she works with local high schools to coordinate volunteer jurors, two local law schools to coordinate and train volunteer law students to serve as attorneys and bailiffs, the local bar association to coordinate and train volunteer attorneys to serve as judges, and the Juvenile Court to obtain Youth Court referrals. Katie is an attorney at Faruki Ireland Cox Rhinehart & Dusing, where she practices in the area of civil litigation. In addition to her work coordinating the Hamilton County Youth Court she is also volunteers as a high school mock trial coach. In her free time she enjoys running marathons, participating in Ironman triathlons, and spending time with her daughters Caroline (2) and Louisa (8 months). Youth Court Website

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1st GoFundMe Campaign
Global Youth Justice,Inc.

Global Youth Justice, Inc. recently transitioned to an international nonprofit, and was approved by the United States Treasury as a Tax Exempt 501(c)(3) Charitable Organization on September 12, 2017. Global Youth Justice has launched our 1st GoFundMe Campaign and all donations are 100% Tax Deductible. Global Youth Justice, Inc. will permanently list all contributors to this first Global Youth Justice GoFundMe Campaign on the new Global Youth Justice Website.
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Board of Directors
Global Youth Justice, Inc.
Kari, Scott and Amanda

Global Youth Justice, Inc. has transitioned to an International Nonprofit Corporation, and thus far, we have appointed 4 of the 15 founding members. In addition to African American Historic Figure, the Honorable Arthur L. Burnett, Sr., the other three members are Georgia Teen Court Leader Kari Poss (Director, Columbia County Teen Court — Left in Photo), Hawaii Teen Court Leader Amanda Quinn (Director, Hawaii Island Teen Court Direct — Right in Photo) and Scott Peterson, who serves as Board President and CEO. Judge Burnett, Kari, Scott and Amanda are working on several projects, and will be reaching out to shortly for our 1st committee members and volunteers to help with a wide range of programs, services and tasks in support of the Global Youth Justice Movement and the Global Youth Justice 2030 Global Goals. More information: GlobalYouthJustice@GlobalYouthJustice.org.

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GLOBAL YOUTH JUSTICE, INC.

“Making the Time for Juvenile Crime”

If negative peer pressure is a primary factor in leading some youth to commit a crime, offense and/or violation, then positive peer pressure can be harnessed and redirected to become a positive force and lead other youth to adhere to the rule of law and become more productive citizens. These youth justice and juvenile justice voluntary diversion programs harness positive peer pressure and utilize it in a peer judgment setting to help address the anti-social, delinquent, and/or criminal behavior of youth.

The ‘peer judgment’ and ‘positive peer pressure’ aspects of these programs are the two (2) primary programmatic elements which separate these youth justice and juvenile justice voluntary diversion programs from all of the others. As of 2017, there are a Record 1,700+ Active Youth Court, Teen Court, Student Court, Peer Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs on 4-Continents — with Hundreds More in Various Stages of Development. Global Youth Justice Website

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Registration Open — New 18th Global Youth Justice Training in Las Vegas, USA this 1/23-25/18.

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Registration Open
18th Global Youth Justice Training
Establish, Enhance and Expand
Youth/Teen/Student/Peer Court and Peer Jury
The Plaza Hotel and Casino
Tuesday to Thursday, January 23-25, 2018
Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Registration Information

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Registration and Rooms Rates
$195 Registration and $73.45 Room Rates
Global Youth Justice Trainings are subsidized through donations, volunteers, and in-kind contributions. Therefor, Global Youth Justice is able to offer affordable trainings for approved participants. The low $195 registration fee includes 3 days of training, training materials, 3 breakfasts, 2 lunches and more. Rooms Rates at The Plaza Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas are $73.45 per night during the training, with reduced rates also available a few days before, and after the training. After approved participants have registered and paid the registration fee, Global Youth Justice provides participants with the “Contract Code” to book rooms at The Plaza Hotel and Casino. Registration is fairly on a 1st registered, 1st paid basis. Global Youth Justice Trainings usually fill-up, so it is best to register early if in the establishment phase. Both an Agenda and Registration Form are on the Global Youth Justice Website.
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Registration Options
Global Youth Justice Website
The two (2) options to register include: (1) fill out the registration form and mail it with a check or money order made payable to Global Youth Justice and mail to: Global Youth Justice, P.O. Box 1829, Provincetown, Massachusetts 02657 or (2) Fill out the registration form and e-mail it to Scott.Peterson@GlobalYouthJustice.org and request a secure PayPal Invoice, so you can use a personal/business/employer debit or credit card.
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Global Youth Justice, Inc.
Global Youth Justice, Inc. Champions 1,700+ volunteer-driven and youth-led diversion programs called Teen Court, Youth Court, Peer Court, Student Court, and Peer Jury on 4-Continents, making them the most replicated juvenile justice and youth justice program around the globe. And, adults community leaders and volunteer youth from hundreds of additional communities around the globe are in various stages of implementing one of these rapidly expanding juvenile justice and youth justice diversion programs.

These affordable diversion programs, are an early step in a system of local graduated sanctions, which harness positive peer pressure and utilize it in a peer judgment setting to help address the anti-social, delinquent, and criminal behavior of youthful offenders. The peer judgment, volunteer-driven, youth-led, and positive peer pressure aspects of these diversion programs are the primary programmatic elements that separate these juvenile justice and youth justice diversion programs from all others. They are providing a much needed local alternative for communities to provide youthful offenders a second, and even third chance, of avoiding further more serious juvenile justice involvement — and future criminal justice system involvement.

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Eligibility
Participants are individuals and teams of 2-5 adults interested in establishing, enhancing, expanding and learning about Teen Court, Youth Court, Peer Court, Student Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs. Participants are primarily FT and PT adult staff, partners, and volunteers from courts, law enforcement agencies, nonprofits, district attorney’s offices, bar associations, public defenders offices, youth bureaus, public and private schools, civic and fraternal organizations, probation departments, foundations, colleges and universities, community service organizations, youth service agencies, native and aboriginal tribes and councils, community coalitions and more. Global Youth Justice encourages teams of adults from local communities, especially when at the establishment phase. Approximately half of the training participants register as individuals, and the other half are adult teams.
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Room Rates
The Plaza Hotel and Casino
For approved participants, the low $73.54 nightly rates includes $21 resort fee, 13% tax, fitness facility, free in-room internet, 2 bottles of water daily, pool pass, free parking and more. Reduced resort room rates are for approved Global Youth Justice Training participants, who will be provided with the contract code to book rooms, once the registration form and fee if received. The $73.54 nightly rate is good from Sunday night, January 21 to Thursday night, January 25, 2018. Reduced rates are also available the weekend before, and after the training. Saturday (1/20) rate is $135.60. Friday (1/26) rate is $143.51 and Saturday (1/27) rate is $153.68.
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Keynote Speaker
African American Historical Figure
Honorable Arthur L. Burnett, Sr.
1965: U.S. Department of Justice, AUSA.
1969: 1st African American Federal Magistrate Judge
1950’s: Championed School Desegregation
1960’s: Criminal Justice Reform w/AG Robert Kennedy
1987: Presiding Judge, Superior Court, DC.
1995: Co-Founder, Youth Court of Washington, DC.
2004: Executive Director, National African American Drug Policy Coalition, Inc.
2010: Board of Directors, Youth Court of DC.
2017: Top Judge of Year Award, International Association Top Professionals.
2017: Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award.
2017: Founding Vice-President, Board of Directors, Global Youth Justice, Inc.
Judge Burnett Named 2017 Judge of the Year

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Lieutenant Gary D. Kepley
Lead Trainer, Global Youth Justice, Inc.
For more than 25 years, Gary has been a dedicated and accomplished law enforcement professional, from his roles as a Lieutenant with the Mattoon Police Department, to serving as a School Resource Officer for eight years. Gary has been a captain with the Fire Department, and elected to the school board. For almost twenty years, Gary has been a leader with Peer Jury diversion programs on local, state, and federal level. Since 2009, Gary has been steadfast supporter and lead trainer for Global Youth Justice. Gary and his wonderful wife Jan are active members of the First Christian Church in Mattoon, and they have two terrific sons, who have both followed in dads law enforcement footsteps.

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Speaker and Trainer
Scott Bernard Peterson
CEO, Global Youth Justice, Inc.
For 25 Years, Global Youth Justice CEO and Social Entrepreneur Scott Peterson has Championed Youth Court, Teen Court, Student Court, Peer Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs on a Local, State, Federal, National and International Level — Helping make these Rapidly Expanding Positive Youth Justice Programs the Most Replicated Youth Justice and Juvenile Justice around the Globe, with more than 1,700+ Youth/Teen/Student/Peer Court, and Peer Jury Diversion Programs on 4-Continents, and hundreds more in various developmental stages. Scott has served as a Senior Adviser to the United Nations, worked at U.S. Department of Justice, Senior Adviser to the U.S. Department of State, National Director of Criminal Justice at YouthBuild USA, Graduated from the Prestigious FBI Citizen Academy, Serves as a Consultant for UNICEF, in addition to numerous other appointments, awards and consultancy roles. In his role as an International Social Justice Entrepreneur, Scott is designing and will be launching a new Volunteer-Driven Criminal Justice System Diversion Program for adults ages 18 to death.
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501(c)(3) Approved
Global Youth Justice, Inc.
September 12, 2017
Global Youth Justice, Inc. Celebrates notification of approval of international nonprofit charitable 501(c)(3) status awarded September 12, 2017 by the United States Treasury. Global Youth Justice, Inc. transitioned to an international nonprofit corporation on June 12, 2015 in Massachusetts, USA. In 2009, Global Youth Justice was initially established as a volunteer-driven social justice model to reform juvenile justice and youth justice systems, utilizing the structure of a limited liability company.

After eight years of expansion, the Global Youth Justice Movement had outgrown the early benefits of Global Youth Justice, LLC, and it was dissolved in 2017, and Global Youth Justice, Inc. was created. Global Youth Justice, Inc. will eventually include fifteen board members. Thus far, five board members have been appointed. These initial founding board members, a new website, an expanded mission, new programs and services, and other developments will be announced by the end of 2017.

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Global Youth Justice has convened Trainings in Las Vegas annually since 2009, and sometimes twice a year. So many wonderful people have helped us as volunteers, and in many other capacities. We wanted to share the Official GoFundMe Page created by Mr. Steve Sisolak, Clark County Commission Chair from Las Vegas. They are raising funds to assist the victims of the tragic Las Vegas shooting. Funds will be used to provide relief and financial support to the victims and families of the horrific Las Vegas mass shooting​.
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Global Youth Justice, Inc.
Phone: (202) 468-3790
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Global Youth Justice Launches 1st GoFundMe Campaign

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Global Youth Justice, Inc. champions 1,700+ volunteer-driven youth justice and juvenile justice diversion programs called Teen/Youth/Student/Peer Court and Peer Jury on 4-Continents, making it the most replicated juvenile/youth justice program around the globe.  And, adults and youth from hundreds of additional communities around the globe are in various stages of implementing one of these rapidly expanding affordable youth-led juvenile/youth justice diversion programs.

These rapidly expanding local volunteer-driven diversion programs harness positive peer pressure and utilize it in a peer judgment setting to help address the anti-social, delinquent, and criminal behavior of youthful offenders.  The peer judgment, volunteer-driven, youth-led, and positive peer pressure aspects of these diversion programs are the primary programmatic elements that separate these juvenile justice and youth justice diversion programs from all others.

Please support the Global Youth Justice Movement by making a donation, so we can all join together and launch a new Global Youth Justice Website and create new Free Logos for local Teen/Youth/Student/Peer Court and Peer Jury diversion programs.  The new website will allow critical and timely programmatic, administrative, and operational information to be shared freely around the globe.   This supports the quality implementaiton, enhancement, and expansion of these diversion programs, while helping Global Youth Justice achieve it’s mission to reduce the incidence and prevent the escalation of juvenile crime and delinquency rates.

Global Youth Justice is joining with the United Nations 2030 Global Goals, and will announce a 2030 Global Goal to have 5,000+ Teen/Youth/Student/Peer Court and Peer Jury diversion programs in 25+ Countries by 2030.  Your tax deductable donation supports this new website, and is the first step in achieving this new Global Youth Justice Global Goal, to be announced January 1, 2018 on the new website.

Global Youth Justice, Inc. recently transitioned to an international nonprofit, and was approved by the United States Treasury as a Tax Exempt 501(c)(3) Charitable Organization on September 12, 2017.  All Donations for this New Global Youth Justice Worldwide Website are 100% Tax Deductible.  Global Youth Justice, Inc. will permanently list all contributors to this first Global Youth Justice GoFundMe Campaign on the new Global Youth Justice Website.

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Global Youth Justice, Inc.

501(c)(3) Tax Exempt Charitable Status

September 12, 2017

On September 12, 2017, Global Youth Justice, Inc. was notified by the United States Treasury that the Internal Revenue Service has Approved Global Youth Justice, Inc. as a Public Charity under the Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 501(c)(3). With this approval, Global Youth Justice, Inc. has now completed the final stage in it’s Transition from a Philanthropic-Based Limited Liability Corporation created in 2009, to an International Nonprofit Corporation with Tax Exempt Charity Status and a Board of Directors in 2017. A formal announcement will take place in the coming weeks, when Global Youth Justice, Inc. Launches a new Global Website, Announces Five (5) of the Fifteen (15) Initial Founding Board Members, and More Exciting News.

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17th Global Youth Justice Training

September 26-28, 2017

Provincetown, Cape Cod, MA, USA

The 17th Global Youth Justice Training on Implementing and Enhancing a Youth Court, Teen Court, Student Court, Peer Court and Peer Jury Diversion Program is this September 26-28, 2017 @ the Provincetown Inn Seaside Resort and Conference Center is 95% Filled. There will be more than 20+ Presentations from Participants to Global Youth Justice staff/board.
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TEEN COURT Held DACA RALLY

El Rancho High School

California, USA

El Rancho High School Student Organizations: El Rancho TEEN COURT, MECHA, and Social Justice Club held a DACA rupport Rally at the Pico Rivera Campus in California, USA on Sept. 18, 2017.
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GLOBAL GOALS
Global Youth Justice, Inc.
2030 Plan
Website

On September 2015, 193 World Leaders Agreed to 17 Global Goals for Sustainable Development. According to the United Nations, if these Goals are Completed, it would mean an End to Extreme Poverty, Inequality and Climate Change by 2030.

Global Youth Justice, Inc. will be Joining the United Nations on the 16th Global Goal, called “Peace and Justice”. The Board of Directors of Global Youth Justice, Inc., will be making a Formal Announcement on it’s 2030 Global Goal, Objectives and Global Plan in January, 2018.

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18th Global Youth Justice Training
Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
January, 2018

Registration opens on October 1, 2017 for the 18th Global Youth Justice Training to Implement and Enhance a Youth Court, Teen Court, Student Court, Peer Court, Peer Jury and Youth Peer Court Diversion Programs. This new 3-Day International Training Institute will take place this upcoming January, 2018. Date, Time, Location, Registration Information and More will appear on the Global Youth Justice Website on October 1, 2017.
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YOUTH JUSTICE LEADER
Heather Ramos, Director
Caldwell School Youth/Peer Court
Idaho, USA

Shout Out to AWESOME Youth Justice Leader Heather Ramos (Bottom in Photo) from Idaho, USA. Heather had the privilege of starting this school district youth court diversion program in 2013, along with other amazing adult leaders in her community. Canyon Springs High School (Alternative High School) was able to establish the 1st Peer Court within Caldwell School District, and since then, every secondary school in the school district has a peer court. This also acts as a diversion program for the juvenile judicial courts. Heather is now the director for all of these programs, but still loves to run my own program at the alternative school.

Heather received her BA in Criminal Justice Administration in 2006 from Boise State University. She is currently teaching Juvenile Justice, Courts and Law, and Peer Court for Canyon Springs Alternative High School in Caldwell Idaho. She has held many roles at her school district including teaching, gang intervention specialist, homeless children advocate, family crisis intervention and now Peer Court Director. She has been married for 21 years to my husband Lupe, and they have two wonderful children Braxton (22) and Zackari (16).

Heather has just been recognized by her community, and we are so proud to call her a friend of the Global Youth Justice Family.
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STUDENT COURT

Stellenbosch, South Africa

Shout Out to the Student Court in South Africa. The Student Court is responsible for the resolution of student disputes, inter-society disputes and SRC constitutional matters. ​ It functions as an independent, administrative tribunal that applies the Student Constitution impartially, without fear, favour or prejudice.​
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YOUTH JUSTICE LEADER
Susan Wolf, Director
Fort Worth Teen Court, Inc.
Texas, USA

The Fort Worth Teen Court, Inc. is a private, non-profit public partnership with the City of Fort Worth, Texas. The Fort Worth Junior League started our program in 1986 as a totally non-profit agency. Susan Wolf (far left in photo) was hired in August 1996 and oversaw the growth of youth offenders from over 700 per year in 1996 to 2,600 in 2004. Due to the change in juvenile laws, the numbers are now steady at between 700 and 800 youth offenders per year. Fort Worth Teen Court trains up to 50 youth volunteers per year to serve as volunteer jurors and teen attorneys.

Susan’s involvement with the Teen Court program on a state level includes 2 terms as President, 2 terms as Treasurer, and 1 term as the Vice President of the Teen Court Association of Texas; in addition to serving on the committee to plan and implement, as well as hosting several times, the annual Teen Court Mock Trial competition; and teaching other courts on starting a teen court with the Texas Municipal Courts Education Center.

Susan was born in Canton, Ohio and grew up in West Bloomfield Michigan. After graduating from Western Michigan University (WMU) with a Bachelor of Science degree in 1978 Susan and her husband moved to Fort Worth in 1981 where she held managing positions at the Arlington Girls Club for 6 years, Camp Fire for 7 years and 2 years with the Texas Department of Human Services before assuming the Coordinators Position with the Fort Worth Teen Court in 1996. Susan enjoys spending free time with her husband, 2 dogs and 2 horses. Susan has been so helpful to so many people involved with Teen Court on many different levels, and Global Youth Justice is glad to call her our friend, colleague and one of the longest serving Youth Justice Leaders in the USA.
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Global Youth Justice, Inc.
Founding Board Members
Five (5) Founding Board Members

Global Youth Justice, Inc. is a new International Nonprofit with Charitable Tax Exempt 501(c)(3) status. Founding organizational documents allow for up to fifteen (15) Board Members to be Appointed. Thus far, five (5) Board Members have been appointed to include: (1) Mr. Jonathan Halstuch (Maryland), (2) Honorable Arthur L. Burnett, Sr. (Washington, DC), (3) Ms. Amanda Quinn (Hawaii), (4) Ms. Kari Poss (Georgia) and (5) Mr. Scott Peterson (New York and Massachusetts), who both serves on the board, and is the CEO. A formal announcement will take place later in the year, along with the launch of a new website, expanded services and much more.
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GLOBAL YOUTH JUSTICE, INC.

“Making the Time for Juvenile Crime”

If negative peer pressure is a primary factor in leading some youth to commit a crime, offense and/or violation, then positive peer pressure can be harnessed and redirected to become a positive force and lead other youth to adhere to the rule of law and become more productive citizens. These youth justice and juvenile justice voluntary diversion programs harness positive peer pressure and utilize it in a peer judgment setting to help address the anti-social, delinquent, and/or criminal behavior of youth.

The ‘peer judgment’ and ‘positive peer pressure’ aspects of these programs are the two (2) primary programmatic elements which separate these youth justice and juvenile justice voluntary diversion programs from all of the others. As of 2017, there are a Record 1,700+ Active Youth Court, Teen Court, Student Court, Peer Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs on 4-Continents — with Hundreds More in Various Stages of Development. Global Youth Justice Website

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New — Global Youth Justice Network e-NEWS for AUGUST.

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17th Global Youth Justice Training

September 26-28, 2017

Provincetown, Cape Cod, MA, USA

The New 17th Global Youth Justice Training on Implementing and Enhancing a Youth Court, Teen Court, Student Court, Peer Court and Peer Jury Diversion Program is this September 26-28, 2017 @ the Provincetown Inn Seaside Resort and Conference Center (Photo on Right) is already 72% Filled and Climbing. There will be more than 20+ Presentations to include 10+ from Participants and 10 from Global Youth Justice staff and board members. This new Global Youth Justice Training in late Summer was added after the the 16th Global Youth Justice Training in June, 2017 in World Famous Provincetown, Cape Cod, USA filled to capacity. Make Plans to Attend this new End of Summer Global Youth Justice Training Institute. Since Global Youth Justice Trainings are subsidized, as a result of charitable contributions and awesome adult volunteers helping with these trainings, Registration is only $195 (includes 3+ breakfast buffets/3 lunch buffets/3 afternoon snack and beverage breaks) and Resort Rooms are only $89/$109 (These rates are $40 off per night for only approved participants registered and paid). As always, registration is fairly 1st registered, 1st paid, 1st approved to book oceanfront resort rooms in World Famous Cape Cod!
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FACEBOOK CLIMBING

GLOBAL YOUTH JUSTICE, INC.

Up 350% in 4-Months

Global Youth Justice Facebook

On April 15, 2017, Global Youth Justice, Inc. launched a new strategic initiative to grow the Facebook component of the Global Youth Justice Social Media Network for purposes of bringing more attention, support and volunteers to become engaged with more than 1,700+ Teen Courts, Youth Courts, Peer Courts, Student Court and Peer Jury Volunteer-Driven Diversion Programs on 4-Continents. In Only 4-Months, the Global Youth Justice Facebook Follows have increased 350% from 300 follows to more than 1,100+ Follows. If you are not connected with the Global Youth Justice Social Media Network, to also now include Facebook, you can click the above link or this link below.
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INTERNATIONAL VOLUNTEER DAY

December 5, 2017

United Nations and UNICEF

The International Volunteer Day is mandated by the United Nations General Assembly and is held each year on the 5th December. It is viewed as a unique chance for volunteers and organizations to celebrate their efforts, to share their values, and to promote their work among their communities, Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), United Nations agencies, Government Authorities, the Private Sector AND Adults and Youth involved with Volunteer-Driven Youth Justice and Juvenile Justice Diversion Programs called Youth Court, Teen Court, Student Court, Peer Court and Peer Jury. Global Youth Justice encourages adults and youth involved with these diversion programs on 4-Continents to Make Plans to Celebrate “International Volunteer Day” this upcoming December 5th, 2017.

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COMING SOON

New England Networking Group

MA, NH, CT, ME, RI and VT

The New England Area of the United States of American is one of, if not the last geographic area of the USA to experience local replication of Youth Court, Teen Court, Student Court, Peer Court and Peer Jury Volunteer-Driven Diversion Programs in Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island. Rhode Island and Vermont are the final 2 states with no Youth/Teen Court Diversion Program, while the other four (4) New England States have 1-2 Youth/Teen Court Diversion Programs.

At the recent Global Youth Justice Training this past June in Cape Cod, USA an initial planning meeting took place between all of the Youth/Teen Courts in 3 of the 4 states with these diversion programs, and it was decided a New England Networking Group of Youth/Teen/Student/Peer Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs would be created to support the quality implementation and enhancement of these diversion programs in the 6 New England States, with administrative support from Global Youth Justice, Inc., which is located in the New England area of the United States of America. This new NE Coalition is the 1st Multi-State Effort in the USA, and is in the early formative stages with another meeting taking place during the 17th Global Youth Justice Training this upcoming September 26-28, 2017 in Cape Cod, MA, USA.

If your from 1 of these 6 states, and you are interested in joining/collaborating, email GlobalYouthJustice@GlobalYouthJustice.org.

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TEEN COURT LEADER
Morgan Mote, Executive Director
Colorado Springs Teen Court
Colorado, USA

Teen Court Champion Morgan Mote dedicates her life to helping and working with at-risk youth as the Executive Director of Colorado Springs Teen Court. Morgan has been involved in Teen Court since she was a volunteer in high school. Her passion for this volunteer-driven diversion program has continued to grow as she worked alongside the youth for years, and she now directs the largest nonprofit Teen Court in Colorado. Over the last 15 years, she also has worked with at-risk youth in Sweden, Bosnia, Mexico, and throughout the United States in educational and humanitarian programs. Morgan graduated magna cum laude from Colorado Christian University with a Bachelor in Communication. She is a certified restorative mediator and facilitator within Colorado Springs. She continues to find effective ways to help at-risk youth learn and develop as productive community members. She is happily married and has two little children. Morgan enjoys spending time with her family, being outdoors, and traveling. Morgan is also the President of the Board of Directors for the Colorado Teen Court Association.

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GLOBAL YOUTH JUSTICE SOCIAL MEDIA

FACEBOOK and TWITTER

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Pima County Teen Court, Arizona

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Hopkins County Teen Court, Texas

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Merrimack Teen Court, New Hampshire

Dublin-Laurens Teen Court Facebook Post
Dublin-Laurens Teen Court, Georgia

Dallas County Teen Court Twitter Post
Dallas County Teen Court, Alabama

Project Youth Court Facebook Post
Project Youth Court, Connecticut

Martin County Teen Court Twitter Post
Martin County Teen Court, Minnesota

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20+ Free Training Presentations from Youth/Teen/Student/Peer Court and Peer Jury Leaders @ a Recent Global Youth Justice Training.
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FEATURED SPEAKERS
17th Global Youth Justice Training
9/26-28/2017 in Cape Cod, USA

Honorable Arthur L. Burnett, Sr.
and 
Mr. Scott Bernard Peterson

African American Historical Figure, Honorable Arthur L. Burnett, Sr. and Founding Vice-President of new International Nonprofit, Global Youth Justice, Inc. and International Social Justice Entrepreneur Scott Bernard Peterson, Founding CEO and Board President of new International Nonprofit, Global Youth Justice, Inc.

The Honorable Arthur L. Burnett, Sr. has the distinction of serving as America’s 1st African American Federal Magistrate Judge in 1969, in addition to many other prestigious appointments from the White House to numerous awards and positions. For 25 years, Scott Bernard Peterson has Championed Youth Court, Teen Court, Peer Court, Student Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs on a local, state, federal, national and international level — making them the Most Replicated Juvenile Justice and Youth Justice Program around the Globe, in addition to numerous appointments, positions and awards.

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15+ NEW RESOURCES
Presentations and Training Resources
Global Youth Justice Website

The Global Youth Justice Website now includes 15+ New Presentations, Power Points and other Training Resources from the recent Global Youth Justice Training this past June 13-15, 2017 in Cape Cod, USA.

Download these FREE Resources from Adult Leaders who Presented at this recent Global Youth Justice Training who are from Iredell Teen Court, Native Village of Barrow Youth Court, Southampton Youth Court, Huntington Youth Court, Maryland Teen Court Association, Nassau County Youth Court, North Star Youth Court, University of Texas Law Youth Court, South Coast Youth Courts, Adams County Teen Court, White Plains Youth Court, Westat and Communities in Schools Texas, Global Youth Justice and MORE.

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NEW RESOURCES

Mandated Community Service

By Volunteer Canada

It is Essential for Youth Court, Teen Court, Student Court, Peer Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs to Strive to Provide a High Quality “Mandated Community Service Program” for Youthful Offenders who are Assigned Mandated Community Service Hours by their Peers in these Positive Youth Justice Diversion Programs.

Mandatory Community Service Programs and Policies require youthful offenders to perform specified number of hours of mandated service in the community in order to successfully complete requirements of these diversion programs. Mandated Community Service can and should be restorative, punitive and benefit the youthful offender, and hopefully — prevent the youthful offender from committing a subsequent crime, offense and/or violation.

While some non-profit and governmental organizations have often found it challenging to manage the administrative requirements for some of these mandated community service programs, many have found mandated community service to be a great source of new energy and beneficial to them on personal levels.

Volunteer Canada has released some excellent resources for Improving the overall quality of Mandated Community Service.

Volunteer Canada Mandated Service Resources
Volunteer Canada Resources

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FREE SUBSCRIBER SERVICE

Global Youth Justice

Monthly e-NEWS

This Free Subscriber Service for Local Programs is Only for Adults and Youth involved with 1,700+ Local Youth Court, Teen Court, Student Court, Peer Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs on 4-Continents.

Global Youth Justice, Inc. has a new Go Daddy Subscriber Service which allows us to Bulk Add the emails of adults and youth to the Global Youth Justice Monthly e-News and Priority Updates. Since Global Youth Justice is paying approximately $4,000 per year for this Excellent Global Network Service, w/60,000+ subscribers already, we encourage Local Staff in charge of these rapidly expanding volunteer-driven diversion programs can now keep all of their youth and adults involved with these programs updated on what is going on with these diversion programs on a local, state, national and global level. Just compile all of your emails of the adults and youth involved and email them to GlobalYouthJustice@GlobalYouthJustice.org and we will import those emails and they will begin receiving Global Youth Justice updated and e-news, and at anytime, they can click unsubscribe, and they will never receive another email. A Record 60,000+ Adults and Youth from Around the Globe are now signed up for the Global Youth Justice Monthly e-News. We are glad to help you update all the youth and adults involved in your program know they are part of this Historic Volunteer Justice Network around the Globe!

You can also email your adult and youth networks this link so they can subscribe.
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GLOBAL YOUTH JUSTICE

Social Media Expands to 4-Twitters

Record 85,000+ Followers

4 Global Youth Justice Twitters
Global Youth Justice @JuvenileCrime
Global Youth Justice @Campaign4TREES
Global Youth Justice @GlobalYouthLGBT
Global Youth Justice @Community_Court Diversion Programs

Global Youth Justice Board Members
Mr. Jonathan Halstuch, Maryland, USA
Ms. Kari Poss, Georgia, USA
Mr. Scott Peterson, New York and Massachusetts, USA

The two (2) other Global Youth Justice, Inc. Founding Board Members, the Honorable Arthur L. Burnett, Sr. from Washington, DC, USA and Ms. Amanda Quinn from Hawaii, USA are not on Twitter. Thus far, five (5) of the fifteen (15) Founding Board Members of the new Global Youth Justice, Inc. as an International Nonprofit, have been appointed.

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NEW WEBSITE

GLOBAL YOUTH JUSTICE, INC.

Launches in September

Global Youth Justice, Inc. will be launching a new Global Youth Justice Website this September at the 17th Global Youth Justice Training this September 26-28, 2017 in Cape Cod, USA in Recognition of Global Youth Justice, Inc. Transitioning to an International Nonprofit Corporation with 501c3 Charitable Status; new Founding Board of Directors; Expanded Programs and Services; New and Larger Trainings; New Social Media and More.

Thank You to More than 850+ Adults and Youth who have provided new local websites, social media links, news and website ideas. There is still time to send us more, email GlobalYouthJustice@GlobalYouthJustice.org.

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WORLD AIDS DAY
CELEBRATED GLOBALLY
December 1st
United Nations AIDS Website

FACT: Teens Have the Highest HIV Infection Rates Globally, and Twice as Many People Around the Globe are Now HIV Positive, Compared to ONLY 10 Years Ago. The United Nations has an Excellent Website (see above) for how we can all do more to Educate Youth and Adults about HIV and AIDS.

“The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development was adopted with a promise to leave no one behind. Nowhere is this more important than in tackling AIDS. Supporting young, vulnerable and marginalized people will change the course of the epidemic.” — Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon

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Do you have news, articles, photos, events, social media links, website, press announcements and anything else on Youth Court, Teen Court, Student Court, Peer Court, Peer Jury Diversion Programs?

Just email them to Global Youth Justice at GlobalYouthJustice@GlobalYouthJustice.org and we will be glad to share them in an upcoming Issue of the Global Youth Justice Monthly e-News with a Subscriber List now Totaling more than 60,000+ Youth and Adult Subscribers from Around the Globe.

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DIVERSION PROGRAMS

ARE NOT

SPECIALTY COURTS

Global Youth Justice, American Bar Association, Street Law and the Constitutional Rights Foundation have Passed and Released Resolutions Documenting Youth Court, Teen Court, Peer Court, Student Court, Peer Jury, and Youth Peer Panels are Diversion Programs and NOT Specialty Courts. Specialty Courts include Drug Courts and Juvenile Drug Courts, which are Specialized Court Dockets with a Real Judge. Thank You to several organizations such as National Center for State Courts for Removing from their Website, that these Diversion Programs are Not Specialty Courts.

With Research Documenting Reduced Recidivism Rates for Not Arresting Youth for Minor Crimes, Offenses and/or Violations, More and More Local Communities increasingly are NOT initially arresting some juveniles, pending successful completion of a referral to a Youth Court, Teen Court, Peer Court, Student Court, Peer Jury, and Youth Peer Panel Diversion Programs, these Diversion Programs are also Referred to as “Pre-Diversion” and Certainly Not a Special Court.

Global Youth Justice and the American Bar Association among others, are Very Supportive of Some Specialty Courts, but let us not confuse them with Diversion Programs and Pre-Diversion Programs.

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GLOBAL YOUTH JUSTICE, INC.

“Making the Time for Juvenile Crime”

If negative peer pressure is a primary factor in leading some youth to commit a crime, offense and/or violation, then positive peer pressure can be harnessed and redirected to become a positive force and lead other youth to adhere to the rule of law and become more productive citizens. These youth justice and juvenile justice voluntary diversion programs harness positive peer pressure and utilize it in a peer judgment setting to help address the anti-social, delinquent, and/or criminal behavior of youth.

The ‘peer judgment’ and ‘positive peer pressure’ aspects of these programs are the two (2) primary programmatic elements which separate these youth justice and juvenile justice voluntary diversion programs from all of the others. As of 2017, there are a Record 1,700+ Active Youth Court, Teen Court, Student Court, Peer Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs on 4-Continents — with Hundreds More in Various Stages of Development. Global Youth Justice Website

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WORLD’s Most Replicated Juvenile Justice and Youth Justice Diversion Program WORKS.

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WORLD’s Most Replicated
Juvenile Justice and Youth Justice Program WORKS

A Record 1,700+ Adult and Youth Volunteer-Driven Youth Court, Teen Court, Student Court, Peer Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs are now Operational on 4-Continents, with Local Communities in the USA already making them the most replicated Juvenile Justice Program in USA since the 1st Juvenile Court in 1899 in Cook County, Illinois. These youth justice and juvenile justice diversion programs harness positive peer pressure and utilize it in a peer judgment setting to help address the anti-social, delinquent, and/or criminal behavior of youthful offenders. The ‘peer judgment’ and ‘positive peer pressure’ aspects of these programs are the two (2) primary programmatic elements which separate these youth justice and juvenile justice voluntary diversion programs from all of the others. MORE favorable Research Results and LOW operational costs of these Teen/Youth/Student/Peer Court programs are influencing the continued rapid local grass-roots expansion of these authentic juvenile justice diversion programs on a global level.
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RECIDIVISM RESEARCH

Funded by

United States Department of Justice

ALASKA
Anchorage Youth Court
Recidivism Rate: ONLY 6%

ARIZONA
Maricopa County Teen Court
Recidivism Rate: ONLY 9%

MARYLAND
Montgomery County Teen Court
Recidivism Rate: ONLY 8%

MISSOURI
Independence Youth Court
Recidivism Rate: ONLY 9%

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RECIDIVISM RESEARCH

Funded by

The State Justice Institute

MARYLAND

Baltimore City Teen Court
Result: 2.5 Times Less Likely to Recidivate

Charles County Teen Court
Result: 6 Times Less Likely to Recidivate

Montgomery County Teen Court
Result: 4 Times Less Likely to Recidivate

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RESEARCH and EVALUATION

Salt Lake Peer Court, UTAH
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Livingston Youth Court, NEW YORK
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Monongalia Teen Court, WEST VIRGINIA
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San Diego Teen Court, CALIFORNIA
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JUVENILE JUSTICE JOURNAL ARTICLES

Teen/Youth/Student/Peer Court

Reclaiming Youth International
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Canada Law in Life
Teen/Youth/Peer/Student Court Article

American Correctional Association
Teen/Youth/Peer/Student Court Article

National Juvenile Detention Association
Teen/Youth/Peer/Student Court Article

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GLOBAL YOUTH JUSTICE TWITTER
Record 65,000+ Followers
Global Youth Justice’s @JuvenileCrime Twitter Surges with Tens of Thousands of Youth and Adult followers to become the MOST Followed Twitter on Youth Justice and Juvenile Justice around the Globe. Record numbers of Adults and Youth involved in a Record 1,700+ around the Globe now follow @JuvenileCrime.
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Record 60,000+ Subscribers

Join 60,000+ Youth and Adults from around the Globe who are Subscribed to Global Youth Justice’s Top 10 Monthly e-News on Youth Justice and Juvenile Justice Volunteer-Driven Youth Court, Teen Court, Peer Court, Student Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs.
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GLOBAL YOUTH JUSTICE

LGBTQ HIGH-RISK YOUTH
Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual, Transgendered and Questioning Youth (LGBTQ) are Disproportionately Represented in both “Juvenile Justice Systems” and “Child Welfare Systems” around the Globe. Global Youth Justice, Inc. has a new Mission to Improve Services and Outcomes for Foster Care and LGBTQ High-Risk Youth involved with Youth Court, Teen Court, Peer Court, Student Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs.

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GLOBAL YOUTH JUSTICE

PLANTING TREES for PEER IMPOSED MANDATED COMMUNITY SERVICE
With 115,000+ Juveniles Referred Annually to a Record 1,700+ Youth Court, Teen Court, Peer Court, Student Court and Peer Jury Programs around the Globe, Global Youth Justice, Inc. has a new Mission to Champion the Planting of Trees by Youth and Adults involved in these Rapidly Expanding Volunteer-Driven Juvenile Justice and Youth Justice Diversion Programs.

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GLOBAL YOUTH JUSTICE

3-Day Training Institutes

Global Youth Justice Trainings in Provincetown, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, USA this September 26-28, 2017 will focus on both Peer to Peer Training and Advanced Training Sessions for Adults Involved with and/or Interested in Learning More about Youth Court, Teen Court, Peer Court, Student Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs.
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GLOBAL YOUTH JUSTICE

3-Day Training Institutes

Global Youth Justice Trainings in LAS Vegas, Nevada, USA this January 23-25, 2018 will focus on Establishing and Enhancing Youth Court, Teen Court, Peer Court, Student Court and Peer Jury Juvenile Justice and Youth Justice Diversion Programs.
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GLOBAL YOUTH JUSTICE ADVANCES

New International Nonprofit Corporation

Global Youth Justice, Inc. submitted it’s 501(c)(3) Application in June, 2017. This was the final step, over a 2-year period to transition Global Youth Justice, Inc. as an International Nonprofit Corporation, from a Philanthropic LLC Model Incorporated in 2009. Global Youth Justice, Inc. has added (5) of (15) founding board members, expanded services, increased trainings, formalized accounting practices, implemented new social media outlets, updated it’s database and much more in recent months. Watch for the launch of a new GlobalYouthJustice.org website and much more before the end of 2017 — and beyond, as Global Youth Justice continues championing the World’s Most Replicated Juvenile Justice and Youth Justice Diversion Programs called Youth Court, Teen Court, Student court, Peer Court, Peer Jury and Youth Peer Court. Founding Board Members thus far include Jonathan Halstuch, Honorable Arthur Burnett, Georgia Teen Court Leader Kari Poss, Hawaii Teen Court Leader Amanda Quinn and Global Youth Justice CEO and Scott Bernard Peterson.
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TRAINING

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TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE

Global Youth Justice provides Local, State, National, and International Training and Technical Assistance to Establish, Enhance and Expand Volunteer-Driven Youth Justice and Juvenile Justice Diversion Programs most commonly referred to as Youth Court, Teen Court, Student Court, Peer Court, and Peer Jury. Global Youth Justice has trained individuals and teams from more than 1,000+ Communities in 20+ Countries. Global Youth Justice Training Institutes are consistently filled to capacity, as it serves as the primary and lead training and technical assistance provider in the USA and around the Globe.
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FACEBOOK
Global Youth Justice, Inc.
Global Youth Justice Facebook

Connect with Global Youth Justice Facebook Page on a Record 1,700+ Volunteer-Driven Youth Justice and Juvenile Justice Diversion Programs around the Globe on 4-Continents commonly called Youth Court, Teen Court, Student Court, Peer Court, Youth Jury, Youth Peer Court and Peer Jury.
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Scott Bernard Peterson
CEO, Global Youth Justice, Inc.
International Social Justice Entrepreneur

For 25 Years, Global Youth Justice CEO and International Social Entrepreneur Scott Peterson has Championed Youth Court, Teen Court, Student Court, Peer Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs on a Local, State, Federal, National and International Level — Helping make these Rapidly Expanding Positive Youth Justice Programs the Most Replicated Youth Justice and Juvenile Justice Diversion Program around the Globe, with more than 1,700+ Youth Court, Teen Court, Student Court, Peer Court, Youth Peer Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs on 4-Continents. Scott has served as a Senior Adviser to the United Nations, worked in the Executive Branch of the U.S. Government at the U.S. Department of Justice, was a Senior Adviser to the U.S. Department of State, National Director of Criminal Justice at YouthBuild USA, Executive Director of Youth Courts of the Capital District, Graduated from the Prestigious FBI Citizen Academy, serves as a Consultant for UNICEF, in addition to numerous other appointments, awards, and consultancy roles. In his increasing role as a International Social Justice Entrepreneur, Scott is designing and will be launching a new Local Volunteer-Driven Criminal Justice System Diversion Program for Adults Ages 18 to Death in 2018. Scott.Peterson@GlobalYouthJustice.org

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GLOBAL YOUTH JUSTICE, INC.
“Making the Time for Juvenile Crime”

If negative peer pressure is a primary factor in leading some youth to commit a crime, offense and/or violation, then positive peer pressure can be harnessed and redirected to become a positive force and lead other youth to adhere to the rule of law and become more productive citizens. These youth justice and juvenile justice voluntary diversion programs harness positive peer pressure and utilize it in a peer judgment setting to help address the anti-social, delinquent, and/or criminal behavior of youth.

The ‘peer judgment’ and ‘positive peer pressure’ aspects of these programs are the two (2) primary programmatic elements which separate these youth justice and juvenile justice voluntary diversion programs from all of the others. As of 2017, there are a Record 1,700+ Active Youth Court, Teen Court, Student Court, Peer Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs on 4-Continents — with Hundreds More in Various Stages of Development.
Global Youth Justice Website

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PRESS and NEWS

Around the Globe

Record 1,700+ Diversion Programs

Youth/Teen/Student/Peer Court

Peer Jury

Talbot Teen Court Run by Teen for Teens
Talbot Teen Court Run by Teens for Teens

Brunswick Teen Court in the News
Brunswick Teen Court in the News

Washington State Youth Court Legislation
Washington State Association of Youth Courts

Livingston County Teen Court Celebrates Law Day
Livingston County Teen Court Celebrates Law Day

Youth/Teen/Student/Peer Court Leaders Gather in Cape Cod, USA
Youth/Teen/Student/Peer Court Leaders Gather in Cape Cod, USA

Keizer Youth Peer Court in the News
Keizer Youth Peer Court in the News

Rotary Donates to Collier County Teen Court
Rotary Donates to Collier County Teen Court

Police Blast Program by Teen Court in Gainesville
Police Blast Program by Teen Court in Gainesville

Teen Court Hosts Alcohol and Drug Event in Wisconsin
Teen Court Holds Alcohol and Drug Event in Wisconsin

What Police at California Youth Court Summit want the Public to Know
What Police at California Youth Court Summit want Public to Know

USDOJ’s OJJDP Announces New Global Youth Justice Training
USDOJ’s OJJDP Announces New Global Youth Justice Training

Massachusetts Proposed Youth Court Legislation
Act to Fund Youth Courts in Massachusetts

Issaquah Student Doing 102mph Goes to Youth Traffic Court
Issaquah Student Drving 102mph goes to Youth Traffic Court

New Western New York Regional Youth Court Association
New Western New York Regional Youth Court Association

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@JuvenileCrime

Global Youth Justice, Inc.

@JuvenileCrime

Global Youth Justice @JuvenileCrime Twitter on Youth Court, Teen Court, Peer Court, Student Court, Youth Peer Court and Peer Jury Volunteer-Driven Youth Justice and Juvenile Justice Diversion Programs continues to Rapidly Expand around the Globe and has now PASSED 65,000+ Youth and Adult Twitter Followers — Making it the Most Followed Twitter on Youth Justice and Juvenile Justice around the Globe, and Bringing More Awareness and Support to these Uniquely Affordable Positive Youth Justice Diversion Programs now on 4-Continents.

Global Youth Justice now has four (4) Global Twitters to include @JuvenileCrime, @Community_Court, @GlobalYouthLGBT and @Campaign4TREES.

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DIRECTORS

New Hampshire and Connecticut

Teen Court/Youth Court

New Hampshire’s Merrimack TEEN COURT Director Kristen Ivon and Connecticut’s Project YOUTH COURT Director Jane Michaud w/Global Youth Justice CEO Scott Peterson in Provincetown, Cape Cod, USA at the 2017 Global Youth Justice Training in June, 2017. Both Connecticut and New Hampshire are among the final few states with only 1 Youth/Teen Court. Kristen and Jane are doing an awesome job, are wonderful human beings, and both are striving to make these Volunteer-Driven Positive Youth Justice Diversion Programs even better, which hopefully leads to new volunteer-driven Youth Court and Teen Court Diversion Programs in CT and NH.
Connecticut’s Project Youth Court Website
New Hampshire’s Merrimack County Teen Court Facebook

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FEATURED TWITTERS
Youth/Teen/Student/Peer Court
Peer Jury and Youth Peer Court

Kankakee Teen Court
Follow @K3TeenCourt
Project Youth Court
Follow @ProjYouthCourt
Salt Lake Peer Court
Follow @SLPeerCourt
Colorado Springs Teen Court
Follow @CSTeenCourt
Jefferson Youth Court
Follow @YouthCourtJeff
Brunswick County Teen Court
Follow @BCTenCourt
Anchorage Youth Court
Follow @AnchYouthCourt
Santa Cruz Teen Peer Court
Follow @SCCTPC
Harford County Teen Court
Follow @TeenCourtHarCo
Robeson Teen Court
Follow@RobCoTeenCourt
and
Global Youth Justice
Follow @JuvenileCrime

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TRANSITION COMPLETED

Global Youth Justice, Inc.

501(c)(3) Application Submitted

Global Youth Justice, Inc. submitted it’s 501(c)(3) Application in June, 2017. This was the final step, over a 2-year period to transition Global Youth Justice, Inc. as an International Nonprofit Corporation, from a Philanthropic LLC Model Incorporated in 2009. Global Youth Justice, Inc. has added (5) of (15) founding board members, expanded services, increased trainings, formalized accounting practices, implemented new social media outlets, updated it’s database and much more in recent months. Watch for the launch of a new GlobalYouthJustice.org website and much more before the end of 2017 — and beyond, as Global Youth Justice continues championing the World’s Most Replicated Juvenile Justice and Youth Justice Diversion Programs called Youth Court, Teen Court, Student court, Peer Court, Peer Jury and Youth Peer Court. New Global Youth Justice Website Launches September, 2017.

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Amy Fialkowski

YOUTH COURT LEADER
Amy Fialkowski, Director
Wyoming County Youth Court
NEW YORK

In 2011, Youth Court Leader Amy Fialkowski began serving part-time as Wyoming County Youth Court Coordinator at the Wyoming Youth Bureau in New York State. In 2014, Amy became a full-time employee at the Wyoming Youth Bureau, and she was able to further advance the Youth Court Diversion Program and establish the Wyoming County Bully Task Force in Wyoming County, New York. Amy wisely incorporated Bulling into the Wyoming County Youth Court, and created a Bully Court – the 1st of its kind in New York State. Like the Long Island area of New York, the Western Area of New York for quite a few years has been attracting local Youth Court leaders, who met on a regional basis, more often than a state level, for practical and other reasons. Since 2012, Amy continues to be a leader in the Western Region of New York, where Youth Court Leaders have now convened an Annual Summit for the Awesome Youth Court Youth Volunteers for 6-Years in a Row, and Amy volunteered to take on a lead role in 2017, with the establishment of the Western New York Regional Association of Youth Courts. Amy also recently attended the 15th Global Youth Justice Training in Cape Cod, USA, where she made time to make an excellent presentation, which helped those attending get new ideas to Establish or Enhance a Youth Court Diversion Program. Thanks for All You Do Amy!!!
Wyoming County Youth Court
Western New York Regional Youth Court Association

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On April 15th, Global Youth Justice launched a new strategic initiative to grow our Facebook Network for purposes of bringing more attention, support and volunteers to become engaged with more than 1,700+ Teen Courts, Youth Courts, Peer Courts, Student Court and Peer Jury Volunteer-Driven Diversion Programs on 4-Continents. In 3-Months, the Global Youth Justice Facebook Follows have increased 300% from 300 follows to more than 900+ Follows. If you are not connected with the Global Youth Justice Social Media Network, to also now includes Facebook, you can click the above link to connect.

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Registration Open
17th Global Youth Justice Training
Provincetown Oceanfront Resort
Cape Cod, Massachusetts, USA
Tuesday to Thursday
September 26-28, 2017
Registration Information

Registration is Open for the upcoming 17th Global Youth Justice End of Summer Training Institute on Youth Court, Teen Court, Peer Court, Student Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs at the Provincetown Oceanfront Resort and Conference Center in Provincetown, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, USA. More than fifteen (15) presentations sessions will take place from presenters, in addition to 10 Formal Mini-Sessions and a 1/2 Day Session on Resources and Grant Writing. Registration Fee is $195 and Resort Rooms remaining are only $89+ Tax/$109+ tax. For more information, click above registration link, e-mail GlobalYouthJustice@GlobalYouthJustice.org and/or call Global Youth Justice at 202.468-3790. As Always, Rooms and Registration is Fairly on 1st Registered, 1st Approved. Registration Approval Required before book Resort Rooms at the Low $89+ Tax/$109+ Tax Rates, ONLY for Global Youth Justice Training Participants — which are $40 Off Per Night Rates Available to the Publc!

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Featured Facebooks

Youth Justice and Juvenile Justice

Volunteer-Driven Diversion Programs

Merrimack County Teen Court
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Iredell County Teen Court
Facebook
Granville County Teen Court
Facebook
Adams County Teen Court
Facebook
YWCA Teen Court of Hawaii
Facebook
Columbia County Teen Court
Facebook
North Star Youth Court
Facebook
Project Youth Court
Facebook
St. Mary’s County Teen Court
Facebook
Washington State Association of Youth Courts
Facebook
New Bedford/Fall River Youth Courts
Facebook
Western New York Youth Court Association
Facebook
and
Global Youth Justice Facebook
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Highlighted Websites

Youth Justice and Juvenile Justice

Volunteer-Driven Diversion Programs

Pima County Teen Court
Website
Community Youth Courts
Website
Lone Tree Teen Court
Website
Hawai’i Island Teen Court
Website
Adams County Teen Court
Website
Homewood-Flossmoor Peer Jury
Website
Siouxland Peer Jury
Website
8th Judicial District Youth Courts
Website
Bossier Parish Teen Court
Website
Baltimore City Teen Court
Website
Lee’s Summit Teen Court
Website
Sarpy County Teen Court
Website
Santa Fe County Teen Court
Website
Warren County Youth Court
Website
Granville Teen Court
Website
and
Global Youth Justice, Inc.
Website

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Registration Open
17th Global Youth Justice Training
Provincetown, Cape Cod, USA
September 26-28, 2017
Provincetown Oceanfront Resort

Registration Opens for a NEW End of Summer Global Youth Justice Training Institute on a Record 1,700+ Youth Court, Peer Court, Student Court, Teen Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs. Adults currently, and formerly involved with these rapidly expanding Juvenile Justice and Youth Justice Diversion Programs are eligible to attend, as are other adults interested in Establishing, Networking, Partnering and Learning about America’s Volunteer-Driven Youth Justice System spreading around the Globe. Registration will fill-up, as these three (3) day trainings are subsidized, which makes Registration only $195 and Oceanfront Resort Rooms only $99+ Tax. For more information, email GlobalYouthJustice@GlobalYouthJustice.org and/or call 202-468-3790.

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David Garcia

TEEN COURT LEADER
David Garcia, Executive Director
Teen Court of Lea County, Inc.
NEW MEXICO

For the past 17-Years, David has served as the Executive Director of the Lea County Teen Court, Inc. in New Mexico. David has traveled the State of Mexico, volunteering to help many communities and the Navajo Nations Reservation establish Positive Youth Justice Teen Court Diversion Programs. David has also served as both President and Vice-President of the New Mexico Teen Court Association, serving twice in each of those positions. David has received numerous awards, helped on a National Level and been Very Supportive of Global Youth Justice, Inc. Keep Up the Great Work David!!
Teen Court of Lea County Website
Teen Court of Lea County on Facebook
New Mexico Teen Court Association Website

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KEYNOTE SPEAKER ANNOUNCED
17th Global Youth Justice Training
World Famous Provincetown
Cape Cod, Massachusetts, USA
September 26-28, 2017
Tuesday to Thursday
Registration Information

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Hon. Arthur L. Burnett, Sr.

African American Historical Figure
Honorable Arthur L. Burnett, Sr.
Founding Vice-President
Global Youth Justice, Inc.

Career Highlights
1950’s: Championed School Desegregation
1965: U.S. Department of Justice, AUSA.
1969: 1st African American Federal Magistrate Judge
1960’s: Criminal Justice Reform w/AG Robert Kennedy
1987: Presiding Judge, Superior Court, DC.
1995: Co-Founder, Youth Court of Washington, DC.
2004: Executive Director, National African American Drug Policy Coalition, Inc.
2010: Board of Directors, Youth Court of DC.
2017: Top Judge of Year Award, International Association Top Professionals.
2017: Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award.
2017: Founding Vice-President, Board of Directors, Global Youth Justice, Inc.

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Interested in Presenting?

17th Global Youth Justice Training

Provincetown, Cape Cod, MA, UDA

September 26-28, 2017

More than 15+ Presentations take place at this Global Youth Justice Training on Teen Court, Youth Court, Peer Court, Student Court, Peer Jury and Youth Peer Court this September 26-28, 2017 in World Famous Provincetown, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, USA will be from adult participants who volunteer to serve as speakers, and present on a wide range of topics related to this rapidly expanding Juvenile Justice and Youth Justice Diversion Programs, in addition to other structured training sessions for those interested in Enhancing and Establishing one of these Positive Youth Justice Diversion Programs. If you are interested in serving as a speaker, you can volunteer on the second page of the Registration Form, which is posted on the Global Youth Justice Website here Registration Information.

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UNICEF

UNICEF NEEDS OUR HELP

Make 2017, the year you do something to Support UNICEF. UNICEF is the World’s Safeguard for Helping the Poorest and the Neediest of Children around the Globe. UNICEF is Currently Struggling to Feed, Clothe, Immunize, and Protect MANY Millions of Displaced and Suffering Children as a Result of Wars, Cholera, Famine and Much More. UNICEF has Issued an Urgent Call for More Help from the Public. Consider Supporting UNICEF Now and/or Later. Click on Support UNICEF.

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Scott Peterson, June, 2017

Moderator and Presenter
17th Global Youth Justice Training
Provincetown, Cape Cod, MA
September 26-28, 2017

Scott Bernard Peterson
CEO, Global Youth Justice, Inc.
Social Justice Entrepreneur

For 25 Years, Global Youth Justice CEO and Social Entrepreneur Scott Peterson has Championed Youth Court, Teen Court, Student Court, Peer Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs on a Local, State, Federal, National and International Level — Helping Make these Rapidly Expanding Positive Youth Justice Diversion Programs the Most Replicated Youth Justice and Juvenile Justice around the Globe, with more than 1,700+ Youth Court, Teen Court, Student Court, Peer Court, Youth Peer Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs on 4-Continents, and hundreds more in development. Scott has served as a Senior Adviser to the United Nations, worked at the U.S. Department of Justice, Senior Adviser to the U.S. Department of State, National Director of Criminal Justice at YouthBuild USA, Graduated from the Prestigious FBI Citizen Academy, Serves as a Consultant for UNICEF, in addition to numerous other appointments, awards, and consultancy roles. In his increasingly larger international role as a Social Justice Entrepreneur, Scott is designing and launching a new Sustainable Volunteer-Driven Criminal Justice System Diversion Program, for Adults Ages 18 to Death, in 2018. Scott.Peterson@GlobalYouthJustice.org.

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GLOBAL YOUTH JUSTICE, INC.

“Making the Time for Juvenile Crime”

If negative peer pressure is a primary factor in leading some youth to commit a crime, offense and/or violation, then positive peer pressure can be harnessed and redirected to become a positive force and lead other youth to adhere to the rule of law and become more productive citizens. These youth justice and juvenile justice voluntary diversion programs harness positive peer pressure and utilize it in a peer judgment setting to help address the anti-social, delinquent, and/or criminal behavior of youth.

The ‘peer judgment’ and ‘positive peer pressure’ aspects of these programs are the two (2) primary programmatic elements which separate these youth justice and juvenile justice voluntary diversion programs from all of the others. As of 2017, there are a Record 1,700+ Active Youth Court, Teen Court, Student Court, Peer Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs on 4-Continents — with Hundreds More in Various Stages of Development. Global Youth Justice Website

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Global Youth Justice Champions Positive Youth Justice Diversion Programs around the Globe on 4-Continents.

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REGISTRATION OPEN

17th GLOBAL YOUTH JUSTICE TRAINING
World’s Most Replicated Youth Justice and Juvenile Justice Program
TEEN/YOUTH/STUDENT/PEER COURT and PEER JURY
Historic Provincetown in Cape Cod, USA
Tuesday to Thursday
September 26-28, 2017

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REGISTRATION and ROOM RATES

Registration
$195
Oceanfront Resort Rooms
$89/$109

Because Global Youth Justice Trainings are subsidized, the Low $195 Registration Fee includes 3+ Breakfast Buffets, 3 Lunch Buffets, 3 Snack Breaks, 3 Days of Training and More. Oceanfront Standard and Ocean View Rooms are $89+ tax and $109+ tax from Sunday to Thursday Night and $119+ tax and for people extending their trip, the rates are only $139+ tax on Friday and Saturday before and after the Training. These Room Rates are $40.00+ Less Per Night for Registration Approved Global Youth Justice Training Participants, than rates available to the public. Registration is fairly 1st registered, 1st paid, get to book lower room rates first. AND, stay 5 or More Nights, and Get an additional $15 MORE off each night at the Provincetown Inn. Global Youth Justice Low Training Registration Rates and Affordable Oceanfront Resort Room Rates are subsidized, thanks to awesome volunteers who organize, negotiate, and plan these trainings, with limited registration sizes — so register early, and read eligibility criteria below, if you plan to attend and participate.
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Honorable Arthur L. Burnett, Sr.

KEYNOTE SPEAKER
African American Historical Figure
Honorable Arthur L. Burnett, Sr.
Career Highlights
1950’s: Championed School Desegregation
1965: U.S. Department of Justice, AUSA.
1969: 1st African American Federal Magistrate Judge
1960’s: Criminal Justice Reform w/AG Robert Kennedy
1987: Presiding Judge, Superior Court, DC.
1995: Co-Founder, Youth Court of Washington, DC.
2004: Executive Director, National African American Drug Policy Coalition, Inc.
2010: Board of Directors, Youth Court of DC.
2017: Top Judge of Year Award, International Association Top Professionals.
2017: Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award.
2017: Founding Vice-President, Board of Directors, Global Youth Justice, Inc.

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Scott Peterson, 2017

MODERATOR and SPEAKER

Scott Bernard Peterson
CEO, Global Youth Justice, Inc.

For 25 Years, Global Youth Justice CEO and Social Entrepreneur Scott Peterson has Championed Youth Court, Teen Court, Student Court, Peer Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs on a Local, State, Federal, National and International Level — Helping make these Rapidly Expanding Positive Youth Justice Programs the Most Replicated Youth Justice and Juvenile Justice Program around the Globe with more than 1,700+ Youth Court, Teen Court, Student Court, Peer Court, Youth Peer Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs on 4-Continents. Scott has served as a Senior Adviser to the United Nations, worked at U.S. Department of Justice, Senior Adviser to the U.S. Department of State, National Director of Criminal Justice at YouthBuild USA, Graduated from the Prestigious FBI Citizen Academy, Serving as a Consultant for UNICEF, in addition to numerous other appointments and consultancy roles. In his role as a Social Justice Entrepreneur, Scott is designing and launching a new Volunteer-Driven Criminal Justice System Diversion Program for adults ages 18 to death, in 2018.

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REGISTRATION OPEN
17th Global Youth Justice Training
Youth/Teen/Student/Peer Court
World Famous Provincetown
Cape Cod, Massachusetts, USA
September 26-28, 2017
Tuesday to Thursday
Registration Information

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World’s Most Replicated
Juvenile Justice and Youth Justice
Diversion Program

A Record 1,700+ Adult and Youth Volunteer-Driven Youth Court, Teen Court, Student Court, Peer Court and Peer Jury Positive Youth Justice Diversion Programs are now Operational on 4-Continents. These youth justice and juvenile justice diversion programs harness positive peer pressure and utilize it in a peer judgment setting to help address the anti-social, delinquent, and/or criminal behavior of youthful offenders. The ‘peer judgment’ and ‘positive peer pressure’ aspects of these programs are the two (2) primary programmatic elements which separate these youth justice and juvenile justice voluntary diversion programs from all of the others. MORE favorable Research Results and LOW operational costs of these Teen/Youth/Student/Peer Court programs are influencing the continued rapid local grass-roots expansion of these authentic juvenile justice diversion programs on a global level.
Global Youth Justice Website

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The Provincetown Inn Oceanfront Resort

OCEANFRONT LOCATION
World Famous Provincetown
Provincetown Inn Waterfront Resort and Conference Center
1 Commercial Street
Provincetown, Cape Cod
Massachusetts, USA
The Provincetown Inn

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TRAINING HIGHLIGHTS
15+ Presentations and Sessions on Youth/Peer/Student/Teen Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs by adult participants and Global Youth Justice Trainers to include: Research and Data Collection; Funding Sources; Referral Sources; Marketing, Intake Meetings, Juvenile Crimes Referred; R-TORR Volunteer Management; Writing Grants; Social Media; Formalizing Essential Partnerships; Peer Imposed Mandated Community Service; Networking with Peers and Much More. A special focus will include a 12-Month Timeline to include the 10 Primary Operational, Programmatic and Administrative areas of these diversion programs to assist participant in Establishing and Enhancing a Youth/Teen/Student/Youth Court and Peer Jury Diversion Program.
Registration Information

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TRAINING MATERIALS

17th Global Youth Justice Training

September 26-28, 2017

Registration Information

AGENDA
REGISTRATION FORM
MEALS INCLUDED
TRAVEL TIPS
OPTIONAL ACTIVITIES
and MORE
Click for Detailed Information

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ELIGIBILITY
Individuals and Teams of 2-6 Adults involved with and/or interested in learning about rapidly expanding Volunteer-Driven Teen Court, Peer Court, Student Court, Youth Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs are the majority of participants. Participants are current, former, and newly interested individuals interested in Establishing, Enhancing, and Learning about these Positive Youth Justice Diversion Programs. Participants are primarily from Police Departments, Schools, Nonprofits, Probation Departments, Youth Services, Conflict Resolution, School Safety, Law-Related Education, Bar Associations, Youth Development, Social Entrepreneurs, Youth Bureaus, District Attorney and Public Defender Offices, Volunteer Organizations, Court Personnel, Foundations, Philanthropists, Board Members, Partner Agencies, Consultants, Native American and Alaskan Native Tribes and Villages, Juvenile Courts, Criminal Justice, Juvenile Justice and Youth Justice Agencies in the USA and around the Globe.
Registration Information

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VOLUNTEER as a PRESENTER

More than 15+ Presentations at this Global Youth Justice Training this September 26-28, 2017 in World Famous Provincetown, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, USA will be from adult participants who volunteer to serve as speakers, and present on a wide range of topics related to World’s Most Replicated Juvenile Justice and Youth Justice Diversion Program, in addition to other structured training sessions for those interested in Enhancing and Establishing one of these Positive Youth Justice Diversion Programs. If you are interested in serving as a speaker, you can volunteer on the second page of the Registration Form on the Global Youth Justice Website.
Registration Information

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OPTIONAL ACTIVITIES

World Famous Provincetown, USA

Don’t Miss Out on Optional Cape Cod Activities in Provincetown from the Famous Dolphin Fleet 3-Hour Whale Watch, Provincetown Trolley Tour, Visiting the Pilgrim Monument, Late Night Fishing Trip, Rent Bicycles, Beach Bonfire Party, Hike Historic Provincetown Dune Trails, 2000+ Oceanside Shops from Provincetown Art Galleries, Shopping, Homemade Salt Water Taffy Plant, Great Seafood, T-Shirt Stores, Beautiful Ocean Sunsets, Ice Cream Shops, Rent Bicycles, Sand Dunes Buggy Tour, and Much More.
Historic Provincetown, USA

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YOU DESERVE IT

2017

LIFE is short and Global Youth Justice especially encourages the awesome adults involved in various roles with a Record 1,700+ Volunteer Driven Youth Court, Teen Court, Peer Court, Student Court, Youth Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs to make 2017, the Year You make time for YOU. So many of the adults Coordinating, Supporting, and Managing these awesome volunteer-driven court diversion programs are volunteer, part-time, full-time working for low salaries and/or adults coordinating these diversion programs on top of their other job duties. You are appreciated, and make time for yourself and come to a Global Youth Justice Training in Historic Provincetown, Cape Cod, USA or Do Something else special for yourself as YOU Deserve it. If your interested in one of our Affordable Trainings, Thanks to Lots of Adult Volunteers helping in various role to convene these trainings, click below.
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CONTACT INFORMATION
Global Youth Justice WEBSITE
Global Youth Justice BLOG
Global Youth Justice YOUTUBE
Global Youth Justice FACEBOOK
Global Youth Justice e-NEWS
Global Youth Justice TRAININGS
Global Youth Justice @JuvenileCrime
Global Youth Justice @Campaign4TREES
Global Youth Justice @GlobalYouthLGBT
Global Youth Justice @Community_Court
Global Youth Justice CONTACT
GlobalYouthJustice@GlobalYouthJustice.org
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GLOBAL YOUTH JUSTICE, INC.
Global Youth Justice, Inc. is an International Nonprofit Corporation with a Board of Directors of fifteen (15) Members, of which five (5) have been appointed founding board members thus far. Global Youth Justice, Inc. Champions the World’s Most Replicated Juvenile Justice and Youth Justice Diversion Program, which are Uniquely Volunteer-Driven, and Affordable, and they are called Teen Court, Youth Court, Student Court, Peer Court, Youth Peer Court and Peer Jury. As of 2017, there are a Record 1,700+ of these Rapidly Expanding Local Volunteer-Driven Peer-to-Peer Diversion Programs on 4-Continents, with hundreds more Local Communities around the Globe in various stages of Establishing one of these Volunteer-Driven Positive Youth Justice Diversion Programs.

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End of Summer Institute in Historic Provincetown
Cape Cod, Massachusetts, USA
September 26-28, 2017

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Good News — Local Volunteer-Driven Justice Diversion Programs Continue Rapidly Expanding

17th GLOBAL YOUTH JUSTICE TRAINING
World’s Most Replicated Youth Justice and Juvenile Justice Program
Teen/Youth/Peer/Student Court and Peer Jury
Tuesday to Thursday
9/26-28/17

Registration Information

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REGISTRATION OPEN
17th Global Youth Justice Training
Youth/Teen/Student/Peer Court
World Famous Provincetown
Cape Cod, Massachusetts, USA
September 26-28, 2017
Tuesday to Thursday
Registration Information

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The Provincetown Inn Oceanfront Resort

OCEANFRONT LOCATION
World Famous Provincetown
Provincetown Inn Waterfront Resort and Conference Center
1 Commercial Street
Provincetown, Cape Cod
Massachusetts, USA
The Provincetown Inn

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TRAINING MATERIALS

17th Global Youth Justice Training

September 26-28, 2017

Registration Information

AGENDA
REGISTRATION FORM
MEALS INCLUDED
TRAVEL TIPS
OPTIONAL ACTIVITIES
and MORE
Click for Detailed Information

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TRAINING HIGHLIGHTS
20+ Presentations and Workshops on Youth/Peer/Student/Teen Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs by adult participants and Global Youth Justice Trainers to include: Research and Data Collection; Funding Sources; Referral Sources; Marketing, Intake Meetings, Juvenile Crimes Referred; R-TORR Volunteer Management; Writing Grants; Social Media; Formalizing Essential Partnerships; Peer Imposed Mandated Community Service; Networking with Peers and Much More. A special focus will include a 12-Month Timeline to include the 10 Primary Operational, Programmatic and Administrative areas of these diversion programs to assist participant in Establishing and Enhancing a Youth/Teen/Student/Youth Court and Peer Jury Diversion Program.
Registration Information

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REGISTRATION and ROOM RATES

Registration
$195
Oceanfront Resort Rooms
$89/$109

Because Global Youth Justice Trainings are subsidized, the Low $195 Registration Fee includes 3+ Breakfast Buffets, 3 Lunch Buffets, 3 Snack Breaks, 3 Days of Training and More. Oceanfront Standard and Ocean View Rooms are $89+ tax and $109+ tax from Sunday to Thursday Night and $119+ tax and for people extending their trip, the rates are only $139+ tax on Friday and Saturday before and after the Training. These Room Rates are $40.00+ Less Per Night for Registration Approved Global Youth Justice Training Participants, than rates available to the public. Registration is fairly 1st registered, 1st paid, get to book lower room rates first. AND, stay 5 or More Nights, and Get an additional $15 MORE off each night at the Provincetown Inn. Global Youth Justice Low Training Registration Rates and Affordable Oceanfront Resort Room Rates are subsidized, thanks to awesome volunteers who organize, negotiate, and plan these trainings, with limited registration sizes — so register early, and read eligibility criteria below, if you plan to attend and participate.
Registration Information

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ELIGIBILITY — PLEASE READ
Individuals and Teams of 2-6. Adults are the majority of participants. Some Youth who Volunteer in volunteer driven Youth/Teen/Student/Peer Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs, may attend with an adult chaperone. Participants are current, former and newly interested individuals interested in Establishing, Enhancing, and Learning about Youth/Teen/Student/Peer Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs. Participants are primarily from Police Departments, Schools, Nonprofits, Probation Departments, Youth Services, Conflict Resolution, School Safety, Law-Related Education, Bar Associations, Youth Development, Social Entrepreneurs, Youth Bureaus, District Attorney and Public Defender Offices, Volunteer Organizations, Court Personnel, Foundations, Philanthropists, Consultants, Native American and Alaskan Native Tribes and Villages, Juvenile Courts, Criminal Justice, Juvenile Justice and Youth Justice Agencies in the USA and around the Globe.
Registration Information

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Honorable Arthur L. Burnett, Sr.

KEYNOTE SPEAKER
African American Historical Figure
Honorable Arthur L. Burnett, Sr.
Career Highlights
1965: U.S. Department of Justice, AUSA.
1969: 1st African American Federal Magistrate Judge
1950’s: Championed School Desegregation
1960’s: Criminal Justice Reform w/AG Robert Kennedy
1987: Presiding Judge, Superior Court, DC.
1995: Co-Founder, Youth Court of Washington, DC.
2004: Executive Director, National African American Drug Policy Coalition, Inc.
2010: Board of Directors, Youth Court of DC.
2017: Top Judge of Year Award, International Association Top Professionals.
2017: Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award.
2017: Founding Vice-President, Board of Directors, Global Youth Justice, Inc.

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MODERATOR and TRAINER

Scott Bernard Peterson

For 25 Years, Global Youth Justice CEO and Social Entrepreneur Scott Peterson has Championed Volunteer-Driven Youth Court, Teen Court, Student Court, Peer Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs on a Local, State, Federal, National and International Level — Making these Unique Positive Youth Justice Programs the Most Replicated Youth Justice and Juvenile Justice around the Globe. Photo on the the Right, is Scott Peterson (Center) w/New Founding Global Youth Justice, Inc. Board Members, Georgia Teen Court Leader (Kari Poss) and Hawaii Teen Court Leader (Amanda Quinn).

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OPTIONAL ACTIVITIES

World Famous Provincetown, USA

Don’t Miss Out on Optional Cape Cod Activities in Provincetown from the Famous Dolphin Fleet 3-Hour Whale Watch, Provincetown Trolley Tour, Visiting the Pilgrim Monument, Late Night Fishing Trip, Rent Bicycles, Beach Bonfire Party, Hike Historic Provincetown Dune Trails, 2000+ Oceanside Shops from Provincetown Art Galleries, Shopping, Homemade Salt Water Taffy Plant, Great Seafood, T-Shirt Stores, Beautiful Ocean Sunsets, Ice Cream Shops, Rent Bicycles, Sand Dunes Buggy Tour, and Much More.
Historic Provincetown, USA

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World’s Most Replicated
Juvenile Justice and Youth Justice
Diversion Program

A Record 1,700+ Adult and Youth Volunteer-Driven Youth Court, Teen Court, Student Court, Peer Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs are now Operational on 4-Continents. These youth justice and juvenile justice diversion programs harness positive peer pressure and utilize it in a peer judgment setting to help address the anti-social, delinquent, and/or criminal behavior of youthful offenders. The ‘peer judgment’ and ‘positive peer pressure’ aspects of these programs are the two (2) primary programmatic elements which separate these youth justice and juvenile justice voluntary diversion programs from all of the others. MORE favorable Research Results and LOW operational costs of these Teen/Youth/Student/Peer Court programs are influencing the continued rapid local grass-roots expansion of these authentic juvenile justice diversion programs on a global level.
Global Youth Justice Website

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YOU DESERVE IT

2017

LIFE is SHORT and Global Youth Justice encourages all of the awesome adults involved with a record 1,700+ Volunteer Driven Youth Court, Teen Court, Peer Court, Student Court, Youth Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs to make 2017, the Year you make time for YOU. So many of the adults Coordinating, Supporting, and Managing these awesome volunteer-driven court diversion programs are volunteer, part-time, full-time working for low salaries and/or adults coordinating these diversion programs on top of their other job duties. You are appreciated, and make time for yourself and come to a Global Youth Justice Training in Historic Provincetown, Cape Cod, USA or do something else special for yourself, as YOU Deserve it. If your interested in one of our Affordable Trainings, Thanks to Lots of Adult Volunteers, Click Below.
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DISPLAY OPPORTUNITIES

Appropriate and Related Organizations, Associations, Agencies and others can contact GlobalYouthJustice@GlobalYouthJustice.org or call 202.468.3790 for Display Opportunities. We welcome those interested, as we strive to provide participants with a wide range opportunities. Display opportunities are $350 and include 1-$195 Registration with meals. Those interested receive Displaying at Tables and Making 15-Minute Presentations.

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TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE

Global Youth Justice, Inc. is an International Nonprofit Corporation which provides Local, State, National, and International Training and Technical Assistance to Establish, Enhance and Expand Volunteer-Driven Youth Justice and Juvenile Justice Diversion Programs most commonly referred to as Youth Court, Teen Court, Student Court, Peer Court, and Peer Jury. Government and Non-Governmental Agencies, Organizations and Groups work with Global Youth Justice on a wide range of public and privately funded projects, programs and plans at affordable rates.
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CONTACT INFORMATION
Global Youth Justice WEBSITE
Global Youth Justice BLOG
Global Youth Justice YOUTUBE
Global Youth Justice FACEBOOK
Global Youth Justice e-NEWS
Global Youth Justice TRAININGS
Global Youth Justice @JuvenileCrime
Global Youth Justice @Campaign4TREES
Global Youth Justice @GlobalYouthLGBT
Global Youth Justice @Community_Court
Global Youth Justice @16andVOTE
Global Youth Justice CONTACT
GlobalYouthJustice@GlobalYouthJustice.org
OFFICE: (202) 468-3780, EST

GLOBAL YOUTH JUSTICE, INC.
Global Youth Justice, Inc. is an International Nonprofit Corporation with a Board of Directors of fifteen (15) Members, of which five (5) have been appointed thus far. Global Youth Justice, Inc. Champions the World’s Most Replicated Juvenile Justice and Youth Justice Diversion Program, which are also Uniquely Youth-Driven, and they are called Teen Court, Youth Court, Student Court, Peer Court and Peer Jury. As of 2017, there are a Record 1,700+ of these Rapidly Expanding Local Volunteer-Driven Peer-to-Peer Diversion Programs on 4-Continents.

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World Most Replicated Juvenile Justice and Youth Justice Program on 4-Continents

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World Most Replicated Juvenile Justice and Youth Justice Program on 4-Continents

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