|Record #: CKL0012||Last Modified: 03 Apr 2019||Last Full Update: 21 Jul 2017|
|Description (Service)||The Youth Justice Committee Program is an alternative to the court process for young persons aged 12-17 inclusive. This program funded by the Ministry of the Attorney General offers the young person the opportunity to repair the harm that they may have caused to a person, an organization or the community.
Volunteers facilitate a restorative justice meeting with the young person, their supporters, the person harmed, and their supporters to talk about what happened, clear up any misunderstandings or questions, and decide upon how the young person can make up for their actions. An agreement is signed by all parties, and the young person completes their sanctions.
Once the agreement has been fulfilled, there is no further action taken. Should the young person not fulfill the agreement, they are returned to the referral source (police services or Crown Attorney) to be dealt with further.
|Public Comments||Information not confirmed since 2017|
|Hours||Office: Mon & Thurs 7am - 6:30pm * Fri 7am - 6pm
Programs are available at various hours depending on the season/ service- please call the Club for details.
Summer hours: Mon - Fri 7am - 6pm
|Areas Served||Kawartha Lakes|
|Eligibility||Ages: 12 year(s) - 17 year(s)
must be referred by police services or Crown Attorney
|Application||Yes. Call for details|
|Address and Location|
|Located In Community||Lindsay|
|Address & Map||
107 Lindsay St S
Lindsay, ON K9V 5K4
|Intersection||Lindsay St. and George St.|
|Physical Access||Fully Accessible|
|Primary Contact||Allison Merritt, Youth Support Worker - Youth Justice Committee/Warehouse Youth Centre; Phone: 705-324-4493 ext 235; Fax: 705-878-8604; Email: email@example.com|