Are you committed to the well-being of Hartford youth?

Help youth who have been arrested for minor offenses forge a better path by listening to their cases, asking questions and helping them determine how they can right their wrongs and give back to the community. Learn more about the Hartford JRB at thevillage.org/JRB.

Program: Hartford Juvenile Review Board

Responsibilities:

  • Required on-going training on balanced and restorative justice
  • Objectively hear the cases of youth between the ages 7–17 years old who have been arrested for minor offenses
  • Engage in asking select questions and helping to recommend how youth can right their wrong and give back to the Hartford community

Qualifications:

  • Age 21+
  • Hartford resident or work in Hartford
  • Familiarity with community resources is helpful

Locations:

  • The Village for Families & Children, 331 Wethersfield Avenue, Hartford
  • The Village Center for Family Life, 105 Spring Street, Hartford

Length of Service: Ongoing; Minimum 1-year commitment

Days/Hours: Varies, based on the number of scheduled hearings:

  • Tuesdays from 3:00 – 6:00 p.m. at The Village Center for Family Life, 105 Spring Street, Hartford
  • Thursdays from 9:00 – 12:00 p.m. at the Village South, 331 Wethersfield Avenue, Hartford

APPLY: 

Robert L. Brown, Facilitator
rlbrown@thevillage.org, 860-236-4511 ext.3883

Gloria Lewis, Case Manager Supervisor
glewis@thevillage.org, 860-236-4511 ext.3716