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Department of Juvenile Justice
Find out about detention centers, prevention and rehabilitation programs, and resident information from the Department of Juvenile Justice.
Family Court Services
Find out how the Department of Probation is working to reduce criminal activity among juveniles.
Juvenile Facility Contact Information
Get addresses and phone numbers for Juvenile Centers, the SEEDS Non-Secure Detention Center, and Court Services.
Juveniles Preparing for Court
Get tips from the Dept. of Juvenile Justice on what to do and what not to do before a court appearance.
Non-Secure Detention
The Department of Juvenile Justice's (DJJ) Non-Secure Detention (NSD) program offers an alternative to Secure Detention for some of the young people remanded to the Department's custody. NSD provides structured residential care for alleged Juvenile Delinquents (JDs) in a less restrictive setting while awaiting disposition of their cases in Family Court.
Posting Bail for Juveniles
Learn the definition of bail, what forms of payment are accepted, and where bail can be posted for juveniles in New York City.
Processing Juvenile Cases
Information on how juvenile delinquents and juvenile offenders are prosecuted is available on the Administration for Children's Services website.
Secure Detention
The Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) provides Secure Detention for alleged Juvenile Delinquents (JDs) and Juvenile Offenders (JOs), ages 10 to 15 who are awaiting resolution of their court cases.
Visiting Hours and Rules
Find out who can visit a juvenile in detention, what the rules are, and when visits can take place.
Youth Intake Information
Find out about the secure detention facilities and how the intake process works for juveniles in New York City.
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