UNC School of Government

Advanced Juvenile Delinquency Training

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About the course

This course, which will be held in Morganton, will focus on serious and violent offenders in the juvenile justice system. It will include a visit to Western Youth Institution, the Department of Correction Facility that houses the youngest inmates in the adult system, including those whose cases were transferred from juvenile court. Factors considered will include whether the applicant is certified or has completed the Delinquency course required for juvenile certification, and whether the applicant is presently assigned to preside in delinquency cases.

Topics - Courts and Judicial Administration

  • Juvenile Law
  • Juvenile Delinquency

Who should attend

  • Public Officials - Courts and Judicial Administration Roles
  • District Court Judges

Trust the experts

Janet Mason

Janet Mason was a member of the School of Government faculty from 1982, then the Institute of Government, until 2012. At the School of Government, she worked in the area of juvenile law with district court judges and attorneys who practice in juvenile court. Her publications include a book on the...


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