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President, Peer Court Coordinator

Phone: (916) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address:  California , United States
Placer Dispute Resolution Service
P.O. Box 1771
Loomis , California 95650
United States

Company Description: PDRS offers facilitative, interest based mediation services. PDRS cooperates with many agencies and individuals in Placer County to bring mediation services to...   more

Employment History

  • Peer Court Coordinator
    Placer County

Board Memberships and Affiliations

15 Total References
Web References
Officers Directors and Administrator, 25 Aug 2015 [cached]
Karen Green, President
Peer Court Coordinator
Placer County Peer Court, 31 Oct 2012 [cached]
Peer Court Coordinator Karen Green and Deputy District Attorney Todd Kuhnen made presentations to parents of 7 th and 8th grade students on the dangers of alcohol and drug use, focusing on the increasing incidences of prescription drug and marijuana use by 12 to 14 year olds as indicated in the recent Healthy Kids Survey.
Coordinator Green did in class presentations to middle school students in the Western Placer, Rocklin and Loomis school districts focusing on the most common juvenile crimes-theft, drugs, and truancy-and how making good decisions is so critical now for their future college admission and employment. Sexting, Facebook, My Space and other social networking, parties and drug experimentation were all touched on as students had the opportunity to gain accurate information about today's juvenile laws and ask questions.
"This is such vital information for our children to receive and to understand how quickly they can find themselves in the juvenile justice system," Green stated.
Adult participants were able to receive a Youth Court 101 training from the National Association of Youth Courts presented by Judge J. Richard Couzens the NAYC President, and Karen Green, the Immediate Past President of NAYC and Coordinator of the Placer County Peer Court program.
Placer County Peer Court, 16 June 2009 [cached]
Retired Principal Karen Green
In the News | Jack Duran For Placer County Supervisor District 1 [cached]
The program will lose about $100,000 of its $200,000 budget in funding this year, according to Karen Green, Placer County Peer Court coordinator.
Placer County Peer Court, 31 Oct 2012 [cached]
Karen Green, a former high school counselor, was hired as the Peer Court Coordinator. Her first priority was to establish a curriculum and work with the schools on appropriate implementation that would focus on prevention.
In November of 1991, Mrs. Green conducted a survey of county assistant high school principals.
Coordinator Green and Judge Couzens served on the task force for National Association with Green being elected President Elect for 2008.
Judge Couzens is the President of the California Association and Green is the Treasurer.
Interested persons should contact Coordinator Karen Green by mail at 671 Newcastle Road, Suite 7, Newcastle, CA 95658 or by phone at 916-663-9227.
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