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| January 3, 2024

Lone Tree Teen Court to Hold General Legal Training January 27

Getting the Necessary Training to Join the Teen Court Team Teen Court is a voluntary program that serves as an alternative to traditional municipal prosecution. Teen Court allows first-time juvenile criminal offenders to come before a panel of their peers,

A police officer presents to a group of teens at the Lone Tree Civic Center

| April 6, 2022

Lone Tree Teen Court Program Hosts Teen Rights Day

Relationship. Respect. Responsibility. Repair. Reintegration.  These five words make up what is known as the five R’s of Restorative Justice, a system of criminal justice which focuses on the rehabilitation of offenders through reconciliation with victims and the community at

Never Forget

, , | September 11, 2021

Over a Hundred Community Members Come Together to Honor 9/11 Victims

On Saturday morning, more than a hundred community members, including the Lone Tree Police Department and South Metro Fire Rescue, joined Lone Tree’s Teen Court and Mayor Jackie Millet in a moment of silence as a local Scouts Troop raised

sept 11

, | August 31, 2021

Lone Tree Teen Court Among Select Communities to Lead National 9/11 Day Remembrance Project

The Lone Tree Teen Court has been selected to be 1 of 60 communities across America joining together to Never Forget the lives lost on September 11th. Each of the 60 inaugural communities will raise the official 9/11 Flag of

Judis House

| February 11, 2021

Teen Court Hosts Donation Drive Benefitting Judi’s House

In addition to helping increase community safety by providing an alternative opportunity to youthful respondents that promotes accountability and community engagement, Lone Tree’s Teen Court is also making a difference in the community by hosting donation drives. From now until

Teen Court

| February 9, 2021

Teen Court Volunteers Recognized for Contributions to Program

Lone Tree’s Teen Court is a diversion-like justice program for youth and run by youth and uses positive peer influence and restorative justice principles to help respondents address the harm caused after receiving a ticket. Youth and adult volunteers from