About the Division of Juvenile Corrections
The Division of Juvenile Corrections (DJC) works to reduce delinquent behavior and promote safety for victims and the community. The mission of DJC is to promote a juvenile justice system that balances protection of the community, youth accountability, and competency building for responsible and productive community living.
DJC has two primary responsibilities:
correctional supervision and offers programs and services to youth during their placement at a JCF. Generally, youth have time remaining on their court commitment orders upon their return to the community. On average, youth continue on correctional supervision for three to four months after leaving a JCF, except serious juvenile offenders who may remain on supervision for two to three years. The
Case Management Manual summarizes the phases of a youth’s supervision in the Case Management System.
Lincoln Hills School/Copper Lake School operates an Internship in Health Service Psychology Program which currently retains APA accreditation on probation status. The
Intern Training Guide is available for interested applicants.