Virtual Court Monitors Needed
MOTHERS AGAINST DRUNK DRIVING
A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
15 people are interested
Purpose: To serve as a volunteer for the Court Monitoring Program, observe the court system and collect information on DWI misdemeanor cases.
Volunteers will receive training to become certified court monitors, and will have the ability to attend court and report back on the information recorded. Volunteers will also be involved in data mining via the internet and reporting to the local jail for jail records.
Due to COVID-19 Court Monitorings are done via YouTube.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About MOTHERS AGAINST DRUNK DRIVING
511 E JOHN CARPENTER FREEWAY SUITE, IRVING, TX 75062, US
The mission of Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) is to end drunk driving, help fight drugged driving, support the victims of these violent crimes, and prevent underage drinking.
MADD’s Court Monitoring Program enlists and trains court monitors to observe and document what happens in the courtroom during drunk driving case proceedings. Court monitors track results and identify inconsistencies on how drunk driving cases are handled and resolved. MADD shares this information with law enforcement, judges, prosecutors, public defenders and, if necessary, the media, to help ensure appropriate actions. https://www.madd.org/get-involved/volunteer/Goals
The goals of MADD’s Court Monitoring Program are to enhance transparency, accountability and to promote appropriate sentencing within the criminal justice system for drunk driving cases.