Community Volunteers

Clark County Juvenile Court recognizes that it is an agent of the community. The Court can provide only one part of the community's response to juvenile crime. Through partnership with individuals, organizations, agencies and services from throughout the community, the Juvenile Court can more effectively meet its objectives of: holding offenders accountable for their crimes, meaningfully addressing the harms done to victims and the community and effectively integrating young offenders into the community as positive, contributing citizens.

Actively seeking to involve community volunteers in a wide variety of ways is one of the ways in which we seek to partner with the community, drawing on its rich reserve of skills and resources. Clark County Juvenile Court is assisted by over 300 volunteers who contribute thousands of hours of voluntary service. These volunteers play a key role in creating a genuinely restorative response to crime in our community.

Dawn Young