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    In a well-run government, civics, or law-related education class, students learn how to become informed citizens and participate effectively in a democracy. Teachers help students identify societal conflicts and learn how policymakers, courts, and law-enforcement agencies address them. In the classroom, students develop valuable critical-thinking skills by having to identify, analyze, and apply differing perspectives on serious issues. However, being able to name the elements of our legal system or to articulate diverse viewpoints on social issues does not necessarily teach students about the responsibilities of citizenship or how to act for the common good. Service-learning can balance out classroom work by giving young people opportunities to practice and experience the results of active citizenship.
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    Teen Court | Bureau Co. Circuit Clerk's Office | Princeton, IL

    The Bureau County Teen Court BCTC is a voluntary alternative to the criminal justice system for young offenders who have committed a first time offense. Operating on the philosophy that it is better to prevent crime than to punish it, police youth officers have a community service option as an alternative to processing formal charges. The goal of the Teen Court is to intervene in early anti-social, delinquent, and criminal behavior, and to reduce the incidence and prevent the escalation of such behavior. In each case, young people get a chance to make up for the harm they have caused. Teen Court is designed to provide a community based alternative to the formal court process. It represents a positive and effective supplement alternative to the juvenile justice system and focuses on learning important citizenship knowledge, skills, and accountability. Youth offenders learn to take responsibility for their actions.
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    Bureau County Teen Court

    Teen courts also known as peer courts are a specialised intervention that divert young people from the formal court system. Teen courts tend to be used for first time, less serious, non-violent offenders who are viewed as having a low risk of re-offending. Participation is voluntary, meaning that a young person can withdraw at any time, but will then be diverted back to the traditional justice system. A defining feature of a teen court is that other young people serve as at least some of the court personnel, such as the lawyer, judge or jury. The roles filled by young people will vary according to the model of teen court used.
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