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Sioux Council Juvenile Diversion Programs

The Sioux Council's three diversion programs:  Teen Court, RISE and The Community Accountability Board are all designed to provide youth with a positive alternative to the court system.  Youth participate in structured programs and group interactions which are intended to improve self-esteem, self-understanding, decision-making, communication, respect, responsibility, caring and honesty.  All three programs work closely with the Minnehaha County States Attorney's Office and are court approved.

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TEEN COURT:

Teen Court is a diversion program for high school youth being diverted from the formal court system for the first time.

 

Raising Integrity, Sensibilities and Ethics (RISE):

RISE is the middle school program for youth being diverted from the formal court system for the first time.

 

Community Accountability Board (CAB):

The Community Accountability Board or CAB is for youth ages 10-17 being diverted for a second or third time from the formal court system.

 

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