Appearance Court will contact the JRP office to give the name and date of birth of youth. Research is completed
using the systems mentioned above (#2, Docket Cases).
To qualify for JRP, youth cannot be active with the Bexar County Juvenile Probation Department and has not previously participated in JRP.
If eligible for JRP, caseworker will complete intake with youth and parent/guardian, schedule job assignment and manage case until hours are completed. Cases are closed in the same manner as docket cases (forwarded to presiding judge).
Caseworker will determine number of community services by dividing total fines by ten (10). Example, $400.00 fine = 40 hours. Maximum hours assessed should not exceed 48.