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Nearly 78% of the youth peer court participants were educated through the program which resulted in statistically significant increases in knowledge for the teens from pre to post survey.Evaluation results indicate that youth, after receiving the training, demonstrate a more serious attitude towards DUI such as they were more likely to acknowledge that riding in a car with someone under the influence was likely to result in a crash.
Peer Court DUI Prevention Program Evaluation There were encouraging results when comparing the pre-survey and post-survey groups of youth.
The next Youth Court Summit will be held in June 2018 at a university campus in Northern California. The CAYC in collaboration with the Judicial Council’s Center for Families, Children & the Courts offer informational roundtable events to interested local courts on developing effective and efficient youth court models in their jurisdictions.
Issues of juvenile court diversion and the prevention are addressed.
The teens behavior change was most pronounced between the pre-survey and the 3-month follow up group.
The follow-up survey reported that teens were significantly less likely to get into a vehicle with a driver under the influence.
The 2017 Youth Court Summit was held at the University of Redlands in Redlands, CA on June 22- 24 where over 240 youth and adults attended the conference.
A journalist from the San Bernardino Sun attended the pre-conference plenary on Thursday, June 22, “Talking it Through: A Conversation Between Youth and Police”, and wrote an article describing the conversation between the youth and police entitled, “What police at the Youth Court Summit want the public to know”. The students also participated in a video contest at this year’s summit.Peer court, also known as youth or teen court, is an alternative approach to the traditional juvenile justice system.A youth charged with an offense has the opportunity to forgo the hearing and sentencing procedures of juvenile court and agrees to a sentencing forum with a jury of the youth's peers.At the I-80/Business 80 split, follow Business 80 to Downtown Sacramento, then as the freeway climbs up over the Sacramento River, take the Interstate Highway 5-North exit.Exit at "J" Street (a one-way, eastbound street) and go two blocks to Fifth Street. Follow the large overhead signs to "Old Sacramento/Railroad Museum."From Modesto/Stockton/Lodi Take Highway 99-North to Sacramento.Another positive finding included the parents influence over their teens.