Statistics on children, youth and families in South Dakota from the Annie E. Casey Foundation and South Dakota KIDS COUNT
Teen Court Cases
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Why This Indicator Matters
Teen Court is a diversion program offered mainly to first time offenders ages 10-18, who are currently enrolled in an accredited school curriculum. Members of the Teen Court (e.g. attorneys, jury, bailiff and clerks) are student volunteers and returning defendants. They work to create a legal and binding sentence for the defendant based on the following principles of Restorative Justice:
- What harm has been done?
- Who has been harmed?
- What can be done to repair the harm?
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South Dakota KIDS COUNT
South Dakota KIDS COUNT is dedicated to improving the well-being of children in our state. When policy decisions are rooted in data and research, kids grow up in economically secure families, live in resilient communities, and meet developmental, health, and educational milestones.Learn More