To encourage and enforce Juvenile Treatment Court procedures and rules incentives and sanctions will be applied by the  Magistrate.  Graduated sanctions will be utilized if non-compliance continues.  Positive rewards for
compliance are considered equally  important to
sanctions.

Incentives include, but are not limited to:

  • Graduation to the next phase
  • Reduction of community service hours
  • Decreased drug testing
  • Fewer court appearances
  • Later curfew
  • Small tokens
  • Special recognition / Graduation Program for successful completion

 

Sanctions include, but will not be limited to:

  • Repeat of previous phase
  • Assignment of a book report or essay
  • Increased AA/NA meetings
  • House arrest / electronic monitoring
  • Increased drug testing
  • Increased court appearances
  • Earlier curfew
  • Increased community service hours
  • Time in custody



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