Terra Lataille, Program Coordinator/Acting Program Manager 336.683.8229
355 Unit B S. Fayetteville St., Asheboro NC 27203
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Mission: Teen Court’s mission is to use positive peer pressure to encourage at-risk youth to make informed and positive choices.
Teen Court meets the first and third Tuesday of the month from 5:30 to 8:00pm. This tends to vary based on referrals and amount of youth assigned to a hearing on hearing nights.
Teen Court trainings are held every October. Teen Court is always taking applications and willing to train new volunteers all times of the year.
Please remember to turn in your student volunteer applications if you are interested. Application MUST contain an email address so that program staff may contact you regarding upcoming hearings and trainings.
Rules for Teen Court Volunteers
Teen Court could not operate successfully without the support of our volunteer Judges.
Teen Court always welcomes volunteers to serve as Judge during hearings.
If you are a Judge or Attorney and interested in volunteering please email Terra Lataille at Terra.Lataille@randolphcountync.gov
What to expect:
The intake is a mandatory appointment where the offender and family meets with the case manager to fill out paperwork and discuss his/her case. The intake can last up to thirty minutes.
What is expected during the intake?
Teen Court Hearing Process
Oath of Confidentiality Worksite List
Teen Court Time Sheet Job Performance Rating Defendant Survey
Teen Court is a grant funded program sponsored through the Juvenile Crime Prevention Council (JCPC) and Randolph County Government. Teen Court provides first-time offenders an alternative to Juvenile Court through peer review of their case.
Teen Court’s alternative sentencing and peer review format serves two distinct youth groups.
Parent of Defendant Survey