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The Community Justice Board (CJB) is a Pima County Attorney’s Office diversion program that provides an alternative to traditional prosecution. By using restorative justice practices, CJB Volunteers work with first or second time youth offenders by holding them accountable for the harm they have caused and utilizing strength-based consequences that encourage self-reflection, asset building and goal-setting.
32 N. Stone Avenue, Tucson, AZ 85701, US
Community Justice Board Mission: To hold youth accountable and build on their strengths in a non-adversarial process.
The County Attorney's Community Justice Boards offer an alternative to the traditional Juvenile Court process for minors who commit misdemeanors and less serious, class-six felony offenses. Composed of volunteers from the community, the Boards engage the offender, the victim, and the offender's family in a restorative process that gives the victim a voice, holds the juvenile accountable, and helps equip the juvenile to make better decisions and life choices going forward. If interested in volunteering please call 740-5608 or e-mail at email@example.com
We'll work with your schedule.
17 Board locations all over Pima CountyTucson, AZ 85701
June 1, 2016