Camden County JCPC Youth Services

What is JCPC?

The NC Department of Public Safety partners with Juvenile Crime Prevention Councils in each country to reduce and prevent juvenile crime. JCPC board members meet bi-monthly, meetings are open to the public and all business is considered public information.

How can JCPC help the youth of Camden County?

  • JCPC coordinates community programs and activities for youth; and collaborates with various county agencies such as the local school system to identify at-risk youths.
  • JCPC maintains open communication with guidance counselors, court counselors, school resource officers and parents/guardians of program participants of referred youth.
  • JCPC performs intermediate skilled human support work:

Mentoring, Interpersonal Skill Building, Experiential Skill Building, Vocational Skill Building, Restitution, Teen Court, Group Support, Behavioral Prevention Strategies, Positive Youth Development, Promote Delinquency Prevention, Support Local Educational Institutions, Community-Based Services, Individual Case Management, Reduce and Prevent Juvenile Crime, Structured Activities and Programs, Mediation/Conflict Resolution

Who Coordinates JCPC Youth Services?

Juvenile Crime Prevention Council (JCPC) in conjuction with Department of Juvenile Justice is committed to the prevention and reduction of youth misconduct by effectively intervening and education youth in order to support families, increase public safety, and strengthen the community. We are focused on positive youth development and building strong character within our community youth.

JCPC Youth Services Links

Camden JCPC Youth Services

Marcia Berry
4-H Program Assistant/JCPC Program Coordinator
120 NC Hwy 343 N P.O. Box 129
Camden, NC 27921
252-331-7630 ext. 230
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