There are several components to the Juvenile At Risk (JAR) Program. Here is an explanation of the services CCSO provides to those children and families who need assistance.
If you have any questions please contact JAR Juvenile Case Manager by phone at
239-252-0900 or email us at YRCsatellite@colliersheriff.org
Truancy Reduction and Compliance (TRAC) - This program assists at risk juveniles between the ages of 8 and 17 years in reducing truancy by addressing targeted problem behaviors through education and counseling specific to the needs of the child. A Delinquency Prevention Specialist is assigned to each case and is responsible for formulating a case plan and follow up for 30-90 days.
Juveniles At Risk (JAR) Mentoring - JAR Deputies visit with juveniles between the ages of 8 and 15-years-old once a week at home or school. The program promotes positive decision making and behavior consequences. Parents are required to attend a JAR orientation meeting prior to the child being enrolled into the program.
L.E.A.D. “Law Enforcement Against Drugs” - This National drug prevention program offers drug tests for parents to test their children anonymously. CCSO provides information and makes referrals to the family about available resources.
Juvenile Civil Citation - The Juvenile Civil Citation Program, authorized by Florida Statute 985.12, is the pre-arrest diversion program that empowers Deputies to issue a civil citation to juveniles for community service hours in lieu of arrest and formal prosecution for misdemeanor offenses. The juveniles receive a timely consequence for their crime and have the opportunity to give back to their community.
If you have any questions contact Civil Citation Coordinator Corporal Sandra Doria - Ph: Ofc.(239) 252-0076, Cel. (239) 253-0197 or email Sandra.Doria@colliersheriff.org