|Adult and Juvenile Probation - Snyder County||Probation services are a mandate of the Court of Common Pleas; ensuring the legal accountability of those individuals under its supervision. Probation services include individualized direction, client centered goal coordination, the effective use of community-based resources and the swift and consistent administration of prescribed sanctions.||Snyder||Snyder County Government||Snyder County Government|
|Allegheny County Family Division - Central Community Based Probation Office||Jurisdiction includes cases involving delinquent youth ages 10-21. Involves delinquency investigations, treatment probation services, school-based probation, aftercare services, family counseling, interstate planning for youth, detention care.||Allegheny||Allegheny County Family Division - Juvenile Section||Allegheny County Family Division - Juvenile Section|
|Allegheny County Family Division - Eastern Community Based Probation Office||Jurisdiction includes cases involving delinquent youth ages 10-21. Involves delinquency investigations, treatment probation services, school-based probation, aftercare services, family counseling, interstate planning for youth, detention care, drug and alcohol counseling.||Allegheny||Allegheny County Family Division - Juvenile Section||Allegheny County Family Division - Juvenile Section|
|Allegheny County Family Division - Mon-Yough Community Based Probation Office||Jurisdiction includes cases involving delinquent youth ages 10-21. Involves delinquency investigations, treatment probation services, school-based probation, aftercare services, family counseling, interstate planning for youth, detention care, drug and alcohol counseling.||Allegheny||Allegheny County Family Division - Juvenile Section||Allegheny County Family Division - Juvenile Section|
|Allegheny County Family Division - Northern Community Based Probation Office||Jurisdiction includes cases involving delinquent youth ages 10-21. Involves delinquency investigations, treatment probation services, school-based probation, aftercare services, family counseling, interstate planning for youth, detention care, drug and alcohol counseling.||Allegheny||Allegheny County Family Division - Juvenile Section||Allegheny County Family Division - Juvenile Section|
|Allegheny County Family Division - School-Based Probation Department||Jurisdiction includes cases involving delinquent youth ages 10-21. Involves delinquency investigations, treatment probation services, school-based probation, aftercare services, family counseling, interstate planning for youth, detention care, drug and alcohol counseling.||Allegheny||Allegheny County Family Division - Juvenile Section||Allegheny County Family Division - Juvenile Section|
|Allegheny County Family Division - Southern Community Based Probation Office||Jurisdiction includes cases involving delinquent youth ages 10-21. Involves delinquency investigations, treatment probation services, school-based probation, aftercare services, family counseling, interstate planning for youth, detention care, drug and alcohol counseling.||Allegheny||Allegheny County Family Division - Juvenile Section||Allegheny County Family Division - Juvenile Section|
|Armstrong County Courthouse - Juvenile Probation||To hold the juvenile offender accountable for offenses committed. Victim/community awareness, victim mediation, community service, and supervision.||Armstrong||Probation Department||Armstrong County Courthouse|
|Be Proud - Payback Program||This program is a tool to assist probation in holding their clients (ages 14-18) accountable for restitution owed to crime victims and/or to close cases where the client has fulfilled all their requirements except paying monies owed.
The goals of this program are to provide clients with:
•The opportunity to earn a stipend up to $1,485 during the summer and $180 during spring break;
•Employability enhancement, job skills, and a work reference;
•Workshops to help the client job search, develop a career plan, and a resume;
•CPR, AED and First Aid training and certification; and
•A structured and supervised setting.
Provides round trip transportation, supervision, water, safety equipment, and lunch. Our staff will supervise clients as they complete various projects for local government and non-profit organizations. They will also participate in Career Development Job Search Workshops conducted by our staff in our offices. Each Friday is an administrative day for staff for calculation of stipend amount and completion of individual client reports, which will be transmitted to Probation.
Due to the nature of these projects, clients who have any of the following conditions would not be considered suitable for this program unless they produce a written statement from their physician stating otherwise:
•Strong reactions to paint, cleaning products, and bees;
•Are in poor health, that being in the heat for an extended period and/or a high level of physical activity could be dangerous for the child's well being;
•Untreated severe seasonal allergies or other health issues; and/or
•Are recovering from a recent accident, injury, or operation.||Delaware||The Be Proud Foundation - Delaware; Media||Be Proud Foundation|
|Chester County Juvenile Probation||Chester County Juvenile Probation Office to enable juveniles to become responsible and productive members of the community by imposition of accountability for offenses committed, development of skills valued by the community, and implementation of the rights of victims. The Juvenile Court will create individualized balanced and restorative plans that incorporate the involvement of offenders, their families, victims, and the community.||Chester||*Main Site (Chester County Juvenile Probation)||Chester County Juvenile Probation|
|Greene County Courthouse - Juvenile Probation||Supervises youths and families. Caseworkers develop a treatment plan to help the client and the client's family work out their problems. Makes progress reports to the court and recommendations on sentencing and probation.
||Greene||Adult and Juvenile Probation Offices||Greene County Courthouse|
|Juniata County Probation||Supervise offenders on adult/juvenile probation & parole, community service program for adults/juveniles, alcohol highway safety program classes & CRN's for DUI offenders||Juniata||Juniata County Probation||Juniata County Probation|
|Juvenile Justice||Crime and delinquency prevention delivered through services consistent with Pennsylvania's Balanced and Restorative Justice Model. Community Protection, Youth Redemption, and Victim Restoration are the three key components of this model. Cumberland County Juvenile Probation serves those referred to the juvenile justice system through programs such as community based probation, electronic home monitoring, victim awareness classes, Youth Aid Panel, community based restitution and community service programs, residential placement and secure confinement.||Cumberland||Cumberland County Juvenile Probation||Cumberland County Juvenile Probation|
|Juvenile Justice||Case preparation for court; probation supervision; individual and family counseling; diversion of juveniles from the juvenile justice system.||Perry||Perry County Probation & Parole Department||Perry County Probation & Parole Department|
|Juvenile Probation - Columbia County||To provide for children who have committed delinquent acts programs of supervision, care and rehabilitation which provide balanced attention to the protection of the community, the imposition of accountability for offenses committed and the development of competencies to enable children to become responsible and productive members of the community by employing evidence-based practices, with fidelity, at every stage of the juvenile justice process; collecting and analyzing the data necessary to measure the results of these efforts; and, with this knowledge, striving to continuously improve the quality of our decisions, services and programs.||Columbia||Columbia County Juvenile Probation||Columbia County Government|
|Juvenile Probation - Luzerne County||Probation
This department supervises those convicted offenders who have been placed on probation by the Court. Probation is a sentencing alternative that allows the offender to remain in the community under the supervision of a Probation Officer subject to conditions deemed appropriate by the Court.||Luzerne||Luzerne County Court System||Luzerne County Government|
|Juvenile Probation Special Services||Franklin County Juvenile Probation, under the direction and guidance of the 39th Judicial District of Pennsylvania provides probation services to Franklin County youth who fall within the jurisdiction of the Juvenile Court under Chapter 63 of the Pennsylvania Criminal Code. The Franklin County Juvenile Probation Department is located at 425 Franklin Farm Lane, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania in the Franklin County Human Services Building.
The Juvenile Probation Department provides general probation supervision, school-based probation supervision, aftercare supervision and victim services. Probation Officers also facilitate numerous diversion and intervention groups to address youth needs.
Juveniles are referred to the Franklin County Juvenile Probation Department by law enforcement agencies and other juvenile courts. Private citizens, in certain circumstances, may refer a juvenile by scheduling an appointment at the District Attorney’s Office and discussing any allegations of delinquency. Those cases are submitted and approved through the District Attorney’s Office.
The Franklin County Juvenile Probation Officers are appointed by the President Judge of Franklin County Court. The officers are committed to providing community protection, youth accountability and victim restoration through the use of evidence based practices, data driven decisions, and continuous quality improvement. The Juvenile Probation Department consists of the Chief, three supervisors, sixteen Probation Officers, a Balanced and Restorative Justice Coordinator, and three support staff. All Juvenile Officers are required to have a Bachelor’s Degree. Several officers have a Master’s Degree or are currently in graduate school through the JCJC Graduate Program.
The Juvenile Probation Department is deeply committed to the continued improvement and development of the Juvenile Justice System in Franklin County. Many in house programs are available to youth and their families in order to effectuate long term behavioral change and reduce recidivism.
First Offender Program
Summer Enrichment Program (YSEP)
Electronic Monitoring/House Arrest Program
Youth Aid Panel Program
Aggression Replacement Training
Theft Prevention Class
Victim Community Awareness Class
Technology and Social Media Awareness Class
Saturday School||Franklin||Franklin County Juvenile Probation||Franklin County Judicial Services|
|Juvenile Probation, York County||As an arm of the Delinquency Court, our MISSION is to facilitate and enforce conditions of probation, assuring that juvenile offenders are…
•Receiving supervision that protects the public,
•Repairing the harm done to their victims, and
•Redirecting their lives towards positive pursuits.
Satellite Offices Locations are available.
||York||Courts and Criminal Justice, York County Probation Services - York City Office||Courts and Criminal Justice, York County Government|
|Lackawanna County Juvenile Probation Department||The Juvenile Probation Department is responsible for rehabilitating delinquent children.
Supervise children between the ages of 10 and 18 who have committed a delinquent act. The Juvenile Probation Department holds several courts:
Truancy Court (for children not attending school)
Intensive Court (children out of placement)
Treatment Court (children with substance abuse problems)
Delinquency Court (children who have committed a crime)||Lackawanna||Probation Services - Lackawanna County||Lackawanna County Court System|
|McKean County Juvenile Probation Department||The McKean County Juvenile Probation Department carries out court order to supervise adjudicated juveniles age 10 to 18 years in a community setting under the principles of balanced and restorative justice.||McKean||McKean County Juvenile Probation Department||McKean County Juvenile Probation Department|
|Mercer County Juvenile Probation||Receives and investigates all complaints and allegations of delinquency, conducts inquiry into said allegations
and processes referrals.||Mercer||Mercer County Juvenile Probation||Mercer County Government and Courthouse|
|New Life Youth and Family Services - West Chester Day Treatment||New Life's West Chester Day Treatment is a therapeutic program serving adolescent males and females who have been referred Chester County Children Youth and Family, or Juvenile Probation or the students home school district.
A team approach is utilized to provide individual, group, and family counseling, educational services, and independent life skills training.
The goal of these services is to help the young person improve competency and accountability in the school, family and community in a manner beneficial to all.
The specific goal for each student is developed individually in an Individual Service Plan. In most cases, that goal is to return to public school and graduate.
CASE MANAGEMENT SERVICES
-Documentation of client/family progress and treatment planning via monthly reports.
-Provision of information for court/administrative reviews, school meetings and appearance at such when requested by the referring agent, parent or client
-Provision of case reports for each client in accordance with state regulations
-Students are placed in one of two self-contained classrooms (grades 7-9 and 10-12).
-Older students who intend to enter the job market rather than complete their high school education are given the opportunity to prepare for the GED while completing independent life skills course material. Students preparing to go on to college are given the opportunity to prepare for SATs.
-Individual Counseling: Once per week for 45 minutes; additional time is provided if clients wish to see their counselor or their counselor needs to see them.
-Group Therapy: Twice per week; topics are designed to raise students’ consciousness and clarify service.
-Family Counseling: Once per month; additional family counseling is available if deemed necessary by the family, the counselor, or the referring agency.||Chester||New Life Youth and Family Services - Chester; West Chester||New Life Youth and Family Services|
|Northeast Treatment Centers - Juvenile Justice & Prevention||In-Home Detention
Located in Philadelphia, youth in this program receive 22 to 25 hours of community based activities per week as well as intensive supervision. Activities are designed to develop competencies, provide education, foster victim awareness and protect the community utilizing BARJ (Balanced And Restorative Justice) principles. Activities include sessions focusing on drug and alcohol issues, sexual health, career development, community resources, and skill development. Additionally, all youth participate in activities coordinated in conjunction with Philadelphia organizations and grassroots efforts. Youth workers monitor school attendance and curfew, and report adjustment and recommendations back to the court.
School Based Social Services
Services are delivered by Resource Specialists in schools located in the Central Region of the Philadelphia School District. Short term case management, brief intervention, and crisis stabilization supports are provided. Youth are identified by school personnel and display or are at risk of developing behavioral health needs. Operating in the school setting helps to facilitate coordination between behavioral health and education and fosters a team approach to working with youth and families. Youth and families are linked with appropriate supportive services.
Community Based Residential Detention
These services are provided in Philadelphia at two staff secured short term residential facilities for adjudicated youth awaiting disposition by the court system. The two facilities are the Firehouse, which is an all boys residential facility and Henry House, which is an all girls residential facility. While in placement, youth receive counseling, medical and dental care, case management services, court representation and life skill supports.
Delinquent Services to Children in their Own Homes (SCOH)
Case management support is provided in Pennsylvania for youth and families to address the issues that contribute to delinquent behaviors. This program provides an average of three hours direct service per week in the home, school and community setting. Services focus on issues identified in the Family Service Plans as developed by the Probation Officer. NET's case managers provide assistance to youth and families to help them identify community resources, gain access to necessary services and develop educational goals. The case managers also monitor school attendance/performance and develop a restitution plan when appropriate.||Philadelphia||Youth & Family Services||Northeast Treatment Centers|
|Probation & Parole - Bradford County Probation & Parole||Established to provide probation and parole services to adult and juvenile offenders for the 42nd Judicial District of the Pennsylvania Court of Common Pleas.||Bradford||Bradford County Probation & Parole||Bradford County Government|
|Victim Services||Victim Services in Franklin County help to make the entire Juvenile Justice process more understandable and less stressful for the victims and witnesses of juvenile crime. To this end, the Victims’ Services Coordinator is the advocate and guide for victims and witnesses as their case makes its way through the Juvenile Justice System.
• Accompaniment to Court • Orientation to the Juvenile Justice System • Court Preparation • Advocacy • Notification of all phases of the case • Assistance with completing Victim’s Assistance Compensation Program (VCAP) Forms • Assistance with preparing a Victim Impact Statement||Franklin||Franklin County Juvenile Probation||Franklin County Judicial Services|
|Washington County Juvenile Probation Department||Intake, information and reference, evaluation case planning, probation supervision, and placement service for youth ages 10-18 years who are alleged or adjudicated delinquent. Speakers on Juvenile Justice available upon request||Washington||Juvenile Probation Department||Washington County Court of Common Pleas|
|Youth Aid Panels - Luzerne County District Attorney||Youth Aid Panels members participate in a problem-solving process and offer a plan to address the juvenile's wrongdoing. They provide guidance to that juvenile in an attempt to curtail any future delinquent acting out. They also provide the victim with a community forum to assist with reparation. Youth Aid Panels take justice out of the courtroom and place it in the community, giving all those involved, the offender, the victim, and the community, more input in the outcome of the case.||Luzerne||Luzerne County District Attorney||Luzerne County District Attorney|