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Bartow Florida Juvenile Justice

1090 U.S. 17, Bartow, FL, 33830

Phone: 863-519-3655

Bushnell Florida Juvenile Justice

138 Bushnell Plaza, Bushnell, FL, 33513

Phone: 352-793-0809

Crestview FL Juvenile Justice

914 N Ferdon Boulevard, Crestview, FL, 32536

Phone: 850-689-7980

Crestview Florida Juvenile Justice

Straight Line Rd, Crestview, FL, 32539

Phone: 850-689-7800

Florida Juvenile Justice

1760 N Congress Ave, West Palm Beach, FL, 33409

Phone: 561-616-1560

Florida State Government Juvenile Justice

4380 Cleveland Ave, Fort Myers, FL, 33901

Phone: 239-278-7202

Florida State Juvenile Justice

505 E 11th St, Panama, FL, 32401

Phone: 850-872-7630

Miami Florida Juvenile Justice

3300 NW 27th Ave, Miami, FL, 33142

Phone: 305-638-5774

Milton Florida Juvenile Justice

6746 Caroline St, Milton, FL, 32570

Phone: 850-626-3041

Osceola County Juvenile Justice

2330 New Beginnings Rd, Kissimmee, FL, 34744

Phone: 407-943-3055
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Sebring Florida Juvenile Justice

4511 Sun N Lk Boulevard, Sebring, FL, 33872

Phone: 863-471-5300

Tampa Florida Juvenile Justice

5109 N Nebraska Ave, Tampa, FL, 33603

Phone: 813-272-3556

Vero Beach Florida Juvenile Justice

1436 Old Dixie Highway, Vero Beach, FL, 32960

Phone: 772-770-6746

Mayfield Kentucky Juvenile Justice

U.S. 45 Byp, Mayfield, KY, 42066

Phone: 270-251-9857

Tennessee Juvenile Justice

224 Lexington Ave, Jackson, TN, 38301

Phone: 731-423-6145

Kewanee Georgia Juvenile Justice

2021 Kentville Rd, Kewanee, IL, 61443

Phone: 309-852-4601

Springfield Illinois Juvenile Justice

707 N 15th St, Springfield, IL, 62702

Phone: 217-557-1030

Winnebago County Juvenile Justice

211 S Court St, Rockford, IL, 61101


Adams County Juvenile Justice

316 State St, Natchez, MS, 39120

Phone: 601-304-0366

Henley Young County Juvenile Justice

940 E McDowell Rd, Jackson, MS, 39204

Phone: 601-985-3000
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Cass County Juvenile Justice

2502 W Mechanic St, Harrisonville, MO, 64701

Phone: 816-380-8475

Clay County Juvenile Justice

351 E Kansas St, Liberty, MO, 64068

Phone: 816-736-8400

Missouri Juvenile Justice

1024 E McCarty St, Jefferson, MO, 65101

Phone: 573-636-6101

Wright Juvenile Justice

301 E 1st St, Mountain Grove, MO, 65711

Phone: 417-926-3120

Pine Bluff Arkansas Juvenile Justice

301 E 2nd Ave, Pine Bluff, AR, 71601

Phone: 870-541-9017

Pulaski County Juvenile Justice

3001 W Roosevelt Rd, Little Rock, AR, 72204

Phone: 501-340-6700

Baton Rouge Los Angeles Juvenile Justice

7919 Independence Boulevard, Baton Rouge, LA, 70806

Phone: 225-287-7900

Lafourche Juvenile Justice

2525 Veterans Boulevard, Thibodaux, LA, 70301

Phone: 985-448-1436

Louisiana Juvenile Justice

2018 Oretha Castle Haley Boulevard, New Orleans, LA, 70113

Phone: 504-522-5437

Monroe Los Angeles Juvenile Justice

1907 Washington St, Monroe, LA, 71201

Phone: 318-362-5262
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Saint Paul Minnesota Juvenile Justice

25 7th St W, St. Paul, MN, 55102

Phone: 651-266-5255

Chanute Kansas Juvenile Justice

9 E Main St, Chanute, KS, 66720

Phone: 620-431-5727

Kansas Juvenile Justice

714 SW Jackson St, Topeka, KS, 66603

Phone: 785-296-4213

Labette County Juvenile Justice

1712 Corning Ave, Parsons, KS, 67357

Phone: 620-423-8073

Sarpy County Juvenile Justice

1303 W 6th St, Papillion, NE, 68046

Phone: 402-537-7000

Sarpy County Nebraska Juvenile Justice

9701 Prtal Rd, Papillion, NE, 68046

Phone: 402-537-7000
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About Juvenile Justices

Juvenile justice is the area of criminal law applicable to persons not old enough to be held responsible for criminal acts. In most states, the age for criminal culpability is set at 18 years. Juvenile law is mainly governed by state law and most states have enacted a juvenile code. The main goal of the juvenile justice system is rehabilitation rather than punishment.

Juveniles can be transferred into adult court if the juvenile court waives or relinquishes its jurisdiction.

State statutes creating juvenile courts and providing methods for dealing with juvenile delinquencey have generally been upheld by courts as an acceptable extension of state police power to ensure the safety and welfare of children. States are authorized to legislate for the protection, care, custody and maintenance of children within its jurisdiction.

The federal role in the field has largely been that of funder and standard setter. The stated purpose of the Juvenile Delinquency Prevention Act is to assist states and local communities in providing community based preventative services to youths in danger of becoming delinquent, to help train individuals in occupations providing such services, and to provide technical assistance in the field.

The Act defines juvenile delinquency (any act that is othewise a crime, but is committed by someone under 18 years of age) and sets forth rules by which state laws must comply with regard to juvenile court procedures and punishments.