Juvenile Justice Information Center 

The Juvenile Justice Information Center serves as a liaison between Chicago’s juvenile justice system and CPS.

 

The center, located on the second floor of the Cook County Juvenile Center, provides on-site information and resources related to both the District and students under jurisdiction of the court.

 

The Juvenile Justice Information Center supports students by providing multiple options upon release from the juvenile justice system. It includes placement in a local school, alternative school, assistance with earning a GED, or work training programs.

 

The center supports the following groups:

 

Resources

For more information, contact Rose Boler-Brandon at (312) 433-5221.

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Page Last Modified on Wednesday, August 10, 2011
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Juvenile Justice Information Office
125 South Clark Street
16th Floor
Chicago, Illinois 60603
Phone: (773) 553-5110
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