DuPage Juvenile Officers Association

   
     
 


2017 Legal Update & Supplement

DuPage Co. Juvenile Justice Council

DuPage Co. Quarterly Overview Training for Juvenile Officers

DuPage Probation Officer List for Police Officers

Illinois Juvenile Officers Association

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Welcome to the DJOA Website
 

The DuPage Juvenile Officers' Association is a not-for profit organization, that serves and promotes the interests of youth in DuPage County (Illinois). The Association has a membership of almost 200 men and women working with youth. Founded in 1969, it is the largest association of its kind in the State of Illinois.

DJOA hosts meetings on the 4th Wednesday of the month from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. A variety of topics about criminal justice and human services are presented and are accompanied with a lunch.

Members come from a variety of fields that include: Police Officers, Probation Officers, Social Workers, School Liaison Officers. School Deans, Community Resource Officers, School Counselors, Attorneys, Social Service providers and DCFS workers. Should you have questions about DJOA, please feel free to contact any of our board members.


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Juveniles with Mental Health Challenges and Interactions with Police - A Roll Call Video


 
2017 - 2018 Membership Renewal
 
Dupage County Quarterly Overview Training for Juvenile Officers
The DuPage County Juvenile Probation Department provides a quarterly overview training for police officers who would like more information on making a juvenile referral to DuPage County, the Home Detention program and the juvenile detention screening process.
 
Meeting on Summer Break

DJOA Mailing Address:
900 Ogden Avenue #185, Downers Grove, IL. 60515
   
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