The Board will serve in an advisory role and make recommendations to the City Manager or his/her designee regarding the policies regulating the Teen Court Program. Submit all reports and/or recommendations related to the Teen Court Program requiring City Council action to the Presiding Judge or his/her designee. Develop and provide community support and community resources and develop financial resources for the Teen Court Program in addition to the funding provided through the city budget process. Make recommendations to the Teen Court Coordinator regarding the recruitment, selection and training of adult and teen volunteers. Volunteer for Teen Court sessions. Fourteen members: Nine adult members who previously demonstrated an interest in working with youth; Five youth representatives who is a junior or senior in high school in good standing and who live in the City of Arlington. Two-year terms and are subject to term limitation policy. Youth representatives serve for a term of one year. The Board holds quarterly meetings, the date and time is determined by the Advisory Board Chairperson.

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