Falls Township Residents:
The Falls Township Police Department is searching for volunteers to staff our Youth Aid Panel. The Youth Aid Panel serves as an alternative to juvenile court for first-time, non-violent juvenile offenders. The Panel meets one time per month – on the second Wednesday or Thursday - to hear cases. Volunteers act as a team of informal judges who decide how a juvenile offender can repair the harm caused by their delinquent act.
While this program has been inactive in the recent past, the Youth Aid Panel was an invaluable resource when it was operational in Falls Township. When the Youth Aid Panel was active in Falls Township, volunteer openings on the panel were rare. Volunteers will need to attend four training sessions. Following the completion of the training sessions, the only requirements are to attend one Youth Aid Panel meeting each month, and to occasionally have phone contact with the juvenile offenders. This is a rewarding opportunity that is not time consuming. Please review the requirements that are listed below. If you are interested, please go to www.bucksyouthaid.org - print and complete the application. The applications can be returned to Sergeant Michael Callahan at the Falls Township Police Department. Applications can be dropped off at Falls Township Police Headquarters, sent through the mail, or emailed to M.Callahan@fallstwp.com.
- 18 or older with no Criminal History
- Able to obtain Pennsylvania clearances for working with children (no disqualifying arrests, no child abuse history)
- Must be of good moral character as verified by a police records check, driving record, etc.
- Able to work with a group to reach a consensus on appropriate obligations for offenders.
- Able to communicate professionally with offenders and their families.
- Available on the second Wednesday or Thursday evening each month.
- Able to attend the training sessions for new volunteers
If you have any questions regarding this matter, please feel free to contact Sgt. Callahan via email at or phone (215-949-9100 ext. 460).
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