You can volunteer to help the youth justice service with their work to support the welfare of young people.
Youth justice service staff come from a range of different fields, professions and agencies, including seconded workers from the police, probation and health. They are also supported by a highly capable and committed team of volunteers, contributing their skills to a range of roles.
Youth justice services are arranged into local delivery teams across the county and each delivery team comprises of case-holding youth justice officers and some specialist or seconded colleagues.
As a volunteer, we offer you comprehensive training programmes and quality support and supervision, so you can make a real difference to the lives of young people.
The following provides a brief description of the different volunteer roles:
- Appropriate adults support young people at the police station;
- Panel members agree a contract with the young person; and
- Reparation volunteers support young people to repay the harm to their victim or the community.
We would particularly welcome interest in volunteering for the Northallerton and Colburn areas.
To find out more, please see our North Yorkshire Youth Justice Service pages.