Town Board Liaison: Amy Standaert
Telephone: (518) 371-6651
Youth Court is a voluntary alternative to the criminal justice system for young people who have committed a crime or an offense. The goal of Youth Court is to intervene in early anti-social, delinquent, and criminal behavior , and to reduce the incidence and prevent the escalation of such behavior. Youth Court strives to promote feelings of self esteem and a desire for self improvement, and to foster a healthy attitude towards rules and authority. Youth Court also offers a law-related education program for young people who seek to become members of the Court.
A youth, who has admitted guilt to a crime or an offense, appears for a sentencing hearing before a jury of peers. The jury is presented with evidence relevant to the sentencing, deliberates, and passes sentence. Sentences typically include community service and counseling, and stress rehabilitative goals.
(158 KB) Please click on 2019 Training Schedule for a complete listing of trainings.
|28 Sep 2021;|
Planning Board Meeting
|01 Oct 2021;|
07:00PM - 09:00PM
This Old House: How to Determine the Age and History of a Building
|04 Oct 2021;|
Town Board Meeting