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Karen Green

President, Peer Court Coordinator

Placer Dispute Resolution Service

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Background Information

Employment History

Director

Placer Peer Court


Affiliations

National Association of Youth Courts Inc

Board of Trustees Member


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Officers Directors and Administrator

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Karen Green, President
Peer Court Coordinator


In the News | Jack Duran For Placer County Supervisor District 1

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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 Peer Court Closes | Jack Duran For Placer County Supervisor District 1

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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.
That money typically comes from the Placer County Superior court but has been cut this year. Placer County Probation reportedly was set to continue contributing $80,000 to the program, but the county said it would not extend that contract unless there was additional funding from other sources, the release stated. Green said the decision came as a surprise to program officials. She said they requested a 30-day extension to their contract, which expired June 30, but were told last week that would not happen. Green said she's uncertain about what will happen to those who were in the peer court system. "We're caught between the court and the county," Green said. Green said Placer Peer Court program works with county law enforcement agencies, school resource officers and the probation department. "All agree that by intervening early and quickly many problems are prevented from becoming worse and thus costing everyone more," Green stated. She estimated that youth sentenced through the peer court system served about 10,000 hours in the community.


Placer County Peer Court

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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.


placerherald.com

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.
That money typically comes from the Placer County Superior court but has been cut this year. Placer County Probation reportedly was set to continue contributing $80,000 to the program, but the county said it would not extend that contract unless there was additional funding from other sources, the release stated. Green said the decision came as a surprise to program officials. She said they requested a 30-day extension to their contract, which expired June 30, but were told last week that would not happen. Green said she's uncertain about what will happen to those who were in the peer court system. "We're caught between the court and the county," Green said. Green said Placer Peer Court program works with county law enforcement agencies, school resource officers and the probation department. "All agree that by intervening early and quickly many problems are prevented from becoming worse and thus costing everyone more," Green stated. She estimated that youth sentenced through the peer court system served about 10,000 hours in the community. Assoc. of Youth Courts, Inc., a position now held by Karen Green. Familiar as anyone in the country with the success of these youth justice programs, I must add that it is has been an honor to work alongside Judge Dick Couzens and Karen Green since the early 1990s when we began to help communties across America replicate our programs.


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