List Your Local Program in GYJ Global Database

List Your Local Program in GYJ Global Database

For Youth Court, Teen Court, Student Court, Peer Court, Peer Jury, and Youth Peer Court Diversion Programs around the Globe in ALL Settings and ADMINISTERED by ALL Agencies, Organizations, NGO’s, Schools, and MORE.

Global Youth Justice maintains the largest directory and database on Youth Court, Teen Court, Student Court, Peer Court, Peer Jury, and Youth Peer Court Diversion Programs.  As of August, 2022, there are now more than 2,050+ in 47 USA States, 35+ Tribes, DC, and 12 Countries on 4-Continents.  Global Youth Justice administers the worlds largest subscribed to Newsletter on these Youth Justice and Juvenile Justice Diversion Programs, having passed 154,000 Subscribers in July, 2022, with newsletters and announcements average 70,000 unique views in 10 business days or less.

The directory and database was first launched at the United States Department of Justice in 1997, when they hired current Global Youth Justice, Inc. CEO and Founder Scott Bernard Peterson to design and launch a 10 year plan for scaling these Youth Court, Teen Court, Student Court, Peer Court, Peer Jury, and Youth Peer Court Diversion Programs in America, after he had launched one of the earliest of these diversion programs in the world. By 2008, the United States Department of Justice had scaled these uniquely American people centered justice diversion programs to 1200+ local youth-led and volunteer-driven diversion programs in 31 states, DC and 22 tribes.  This was the first federal or country level effort on these Youth-Led and Volunteer-Driven Diversion Programs in the world, and it had begun spreading globally by 2008, when Scott Peterson left the Executive Branch of the United States Government after 10+ Years, to begin his passion of Social Innovation in 2009.

By 2009, Scott Peterson had launched the 1st Federal, 1st National or County Level Private Nonprofit, and in 2009, he launched Global Youth Justice.  First as an LLC in 2009, then nonprofit in 2015, and then 501c3 in 2019,  In 2022, Global Youth Justice, Inc. is an International 501(c)(3) Charitable Nonprofit Corporation which Champions 2,050+ youth-led and volunteer-driven Youth Justice and Juvenile Justice diversion programs in 47 States, DC, 35+ Tribes, and 12 Countries on 5-continents called Teen/Youth/Peer/Student Court, Youth Peer Court, and Peer Jury.   In these, Historic Numbers of Justice Volunteers, including both Youth and Adults — are giving High-Risk Youth a 2nd, and Even 3rd Chance for Minor Crimes, Offenses and/or Violations.

And, as these Youth Justice and Juvenile Justice Diversion Programs have scaled, the number of juveniles being diverted from more formal juvenile justice involvement has never occurred in America before.  And, the number of youth volunteers, to include former youth offenders, has reached levels never seen in America, as it relates to youth volunteering for Justice, an essential public service.  And, these Teen/Youth/Peer/Student Court, Youth Peer Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs, besides being unique American, are a text-book example of Civic Engagement and Inclusive Democracy, and are spreading Globally.

MORE INFORMATION

Global Youth Justice, Inc.

Scott Bernard Peterson

Scott.Peterson@GlobalYouthJustice.org

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Submit Contact Information on Youth/Teen/Student/Peer Court, Youth Peer Court, and Peer Jury in the Boxes below and it will be included in the Global Youth Justice Database.  This has been occurring since 1997 at the United States Department of Justice and has been continual for 25 Years, and since Global Youth Justice took over in 2009.

Local, state, tribal, national, global and other levels on youth/teen/student/peer court, youth peer court, and peer jury diversion programs, organizations, networks, and associations.  Global Youth Justice Database and Directory.  TYPE the INFORMATION hJustice.org and thank you to more than 5,200+ adults and youth who have submitted this information to Global Youth Justice since 1997 to the U.S. Department of Justice and since 2009 to 2022 to Global Youth Justice, Inc.

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