Youth Court

Youth Court is a voluntary alternative to traditional school and community sanctions for crimes and offenses.  The Youth Court program serves the community first.  Communities are safer when offenders, either adult or juvenile, are held accountable for their actions.  Youth Court achieves this by focusing on our most valuable, but fragile, asset, our youth.

Please feel free to use this site to learn more about the Oneida County Youth Court program - its mission, structure, volunteers, locations served, rules, relevant forms, contacts and many other tremendous aspects that make youth courts one of the most popular, dependable and cost-effective types of juvenile justice.

Youth Court Volunteer Training Set For Utica

Youth Court consist of young people who have successfully completed a law related education training program.  Areas of instruction include an overview of the criminal justice system from arrest through appeal, the organization, jurisdiction, and operation of youth court, the penal law, and the consequences of crime, and sentencing, issues, including aggravating and mitigating circumstances, rehabilitation as a goal, and the nature and type of evidence that is admissible and probative in sentencing.

Youth Court Meeting Schedule

Currently no meetings scheduled

Oneida County Youth Court
321 Main Street
Utica, New York  13501
(315) 798-5914