Who sets up community service work ordered by the court?
Juvenile Intake has a list of resources for community service in Kenosha County. In addition, Juvenile Intake keeps track of the amount of community service work that has been completed. The parent(s) and child will receive a letter from Juvenile Intake with an appointment to discuss a community service site. They will also regularly send letters reminding the child and parent(s) of the community service work obligation and the amount of hours remaining.

The child and parent(s) may find their own source for community service work. Such sites could be an elderly person in the neighborhood that needs help with yard work or shoveling snow, etc. Nursing homes, churches or other non-profit organizations are also sources for community service. An adult must keep track of the number of hours completed and give it to the caseworker or directly to Juvenile Intake. Forms are available for this purpose. Discuss this issue with the assigned caseworker for more information.

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1. What are the legal rights of my child in Juvenile Court?
2. What are the legal rights of parents in juvenile cases?
3. Why does my child’s attorney tell me he/she cannot speak to me when I am paying for the representation?
4. When do parents need their own lawyer or representation?
5. What costs will I be financially responsible to pay?
6. What can the Juvenile Justice system do to help me with my child’s problems?
7. Who sets up community service work ordered by the court?