Camden County JCPC Youth Services

What is JCPC?

The NC Department of Public Safety partners with Juvenile Crime Prevention Councils in each country to reduce and prevent juvenile crime. JCPC board members meet bi-monthly, meetings are open to the public and all business is considered public information.

How can JCPC help the youth of Camden County?

  • JCPC coordinates community programs and activities for youth; and collaborates with various county agencies such as the local school system to identify at-risk youths.
  • JCPC maintains open communication with guidance counselors, court counselors, school resource officers and parents/guardians of program participants of referred youth.
  • JCPC performs intermediate skilled human support work:

Mentoring, Interpersonal Skill Building, Experiential Skill Building, Vocational Skill Building, Restitution, Teen Court, Group Support, Behavioral Prevention Strategies, Positive Youth Development, Promote Delinquency Prevention, Support Local Educational Institutions, Community-Based Services, Individual Case Management, Reduce and Prevent Juvenile Crime, Structured Activities and Programs, Mediation/Conflict Resolution

Who Coordinates JCPC Youth Services?

Erica Banks is the Camden JCPC Youth Services Coordinator, 4-H Program Assistant as of August 2018. Erica holds a Bachelor's of Science degree in Criminal Justice and a Teaching Certification in Middle Grades Education both from Elizabeth City State University. Erica has worked with at-risk youth for over 5 years and youth of all ages that have special needs for over 8 years. She has a passionate commitment to the well-being of children, the community and advocating for children with special needs.

 

Announcements

LAST CALL - Camden County's Teen Court is looking for teen candidates in good academic and behavioral standing. Participation will begin in November 2018 after school at the Camden County High School. If students are in middle school, transportation will be provided to the high school. Parent/guardian will be responsible for picking them up. 

Teen court is open for 7th grade and up. If by chance there is a student that did NOT fill out the application already and would still like to participate, there is still time! Please click on the following link to enroll for the 2018-2019 school year. Please complete enrollment by Thursday, October 18th.

NC 4H Online Member & Volunteer Enrollment System

 

CALLING ALL ADULTS - There is a volunteer opportunity available for assisting the youth of Camden County to properly run and adhere to the rules of Teen Court. During trials, volunteers will be needed to shadow the students to ensure proceedings are run properly and smoothly. Teen Court is an engaging program where teen volunteers get to learn about and have hands-on learning experience with the court system taught by Ms. Erica Banks. Youth will then plead their cases before a jury of trained peers and volunteers who can provide a constructive sentence. Click here to read more.

 

 

 

Camden JCPC Youth Services

Erica Banks
JCPC Youth Services Coordinator, 4-H Program Assistant
120 NC Hwy 343 N P.O. Box 129
Camden, NC 27921
252-331-7630 ext. 231
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