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Utah’s Annual Youth Court Conference:

July 28-31 @ the University of Utah

The Utah Youth Court Association will hold the 17th Annual Utah Youth Court Conference at the University of Utah. We are so excited to be partnering with the Salt Lake District Attorney’s office, the Salt Lake City Police Department, the Utah Transit Authority, the University of Utah, local businesses, and local law offices to provide youth court volunteers with an invaluable restorative justice education. All Salt Lake Peer Court students are invited and encouraged to attend. We are working hard to raise money (see fundraisers!) so that we can provide students with scholarships. If you would like to attend, please fill out the individual registration form (below) and turn it into the Peer Court office with payment before Tuesday, June 10th at 12:00 pm. 

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Conf. Registration

News & Events

Our Spring Newsletter is hot off the press!!! Click here to download a copy!

Our third quarter report on hearings, referrals, and income surveys for Peer Court families can be found here: Third Quarter Report 13-14 FY

The Deseret News published an article about Salt Lake Peer Court on Sunday, March 23rd. The article includes some great photos from the the Bicycle Collective, the Wasatch Community Gardens, and the Youth ARC. Check out the article here!

As we approach the end of the school year, Salt Lake Peer Court will begin recruiting youth volunteers for next year’s Peer Court team. If you are interested, please click on the volunteer button and download the youth volunteer application.

Salt Lake Peer Court works in the Youth Garden at Wasatch Community Gardens.

Salt Lake Peer Court works in the Youth Garden at Wasatch Community Gardens.

The Salt Lake City Bicycle Collective's work space.

The Salt Lake City Bicycle Collective’s work space.

Salt Lake Peer Court's Youth ARC students learn to make stickers!

Salt Lake Peer Court’s Youth ARC students learn to make stickers!

 

 

This spring, youth offenders will be able to complete one of their disposition requirements by building a bike, creating art, or working at a local community garden. Our partnerships with the Salt Lake City Bicycle Collective, the ArtsBridge Program (The Youth ARC), and the Wasatch Community Gardens are all part of our campaign to develop disposition options that focus on positive youth development.

Peer Court Weekly Update, Monday, May 19th