Please Note: Services may be impacted in response to COVID-19 (Coronavirus).
Please contact any service prior to visiting in person to receive up to date information on changes to their availability (e.g. hours of operation etc.)

Youth Justice Committees of Ontario - Northwestern Ontario

Thunder Bay Youth Justice Committee


Description
Brings together victims with young people alleged to have committed non-violent offences and their parents to negotiate an appropriate way for the young person to make amends for their actions
  • Provides an alternative to formal court proceedings
  • Provides an increased role for victims and communities in dealing with minor offences committed by persons who are prepared to be accountable
Eligibility
  • Indigenous youth aged 12-17 years of age, who have committed a minor, first-time offense
  • Must be willing to participate in the program
  • Must be aware of their options and rights and be prepared to be accountable
Application Process
Must be referred by police or the Crown
Office
807-345-5840
Fax
807-344-8945
Web Site
https://tbifc.ca/program/youth-justice-committee-program/
Email
[email protected]
Languages
English
Contact
Dwayne Elliott, Program Coordinator
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 807-345-5840 ext 250
Fees
None
Documents Required
No documents required
Accessibility
Fully Accessible
Topic(s)
Agency Information
View Agency Profile
Copyright
211 Ontario North
Last Verified On
June 29, 2021
Address
401 Cumberland St N
Thunder Bay, ON, P7A 4P7
Located within the Thunder Bay Indian Friendship Centre on Cumberland St N and Clavet St
Open in Google Maps
Hours of Operation
Mon
0900 to 1700
Tue
0900 to 1700
Wed
0900 to 1700
Thu
0900 to 1700
Fri
0900 to 1700

Mon-Fri 9 am-12 noon, 1 pm-5 pm
Service Area(s)
Thunder Bay