Jacksonville Journal

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Jacksonville Journal


Open invite for families on juvenile justice tour

State Attorney Harry Shorstein and Jacksonville Sheriff John Rutherford on Monday announced the date of the annual summer tour of the juvenile justice system through the Summer Program for At-Risk Children.

The tour will be held Friday, July 9, from 9 a.m. until about 1 p.m. The appropriate ages for the tour are 11 to 16.

For more Information or to make reservations to attend, contact B.J. Laster at (904) 630-2075.

Participants will have the opportunity to talk with juvenile prosecutors, observe juvenile court, visit the Duval County jail and speak with jailed juveniles.

This is the 10th annual Summer Program for At-Risk Children and is part of the state attorney's Juvenile Justice Program, which is presented to several hundred students during the school year. Parents can use the program for their children to learn more about the juvenile justice system and are invited to accompany children on the tour.

The State Attorney's Office in cooperation with the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office and Duval County juvenile judges have offered the program to parents and juveniles who live in Duval, Clay and Nassau counties for the past 10 years. Since 1992, more then 550 parents and their children have taken part in the program.

Residents to mark Fourth by becoming citizens

More than 200 Jacksonville-area residents will be among the newest U.S. citizens after taking the oath of allegiance during a ceremony this morning.

The ceremony is one of a number U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services will host nationwide during the July Fourth holiday week. …

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