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Scott Peterson


Added on: Mar 05, 2019

Last Updated: Mar 07, 2019

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Global Youth Justice, Inc. is an Global Charitable Nonprofit Corporation which Champions 1,800+ youth-led and volunteer-driven court diversion programs called Youth/Teen/Peer Court on 5-Continents.

Global Youth Justice Movement

Background and History

Global Youth Justice, Inc. Champions 1,800+ volunteer-driven youth justice and juvenile justice diversion programs called Teen Court, Youth Court, Student Court, Peer Court and Peer Jury on 5-Continents, making it the most replicated juvenile justice and youth justice program around the globe.  They are volunteer-driven, inexpensive, adaptable, practical, scaleable, and are replicating widely in urban, rural, suburban and tribal settings.

Historic Numbers of Justice Volunteers, including both Youth and Adults — Make it Possible for 1,800+ Communities on 5-Continents to Give their Youth a 2nd, and Even 3rd Chance for Minor Crimes, Offenses and/or Violations.  The Global Youth Justice Movement is a local Volunteer-Driven “Scaleable Model” to Strengthen Juvenile Justice, Youth Justice and Criminal Justice Systems around the Globe.

In 2018, in America — the Global Youth Justice Movement began about a quarter century ago in 1993.  In the past 10 years, albeit primarily in the past 5 years, this Global Youth Justice Movement mobilizing historic numbers of youth and adult volunteers, has spread to 10+ countries on 5 continents.

Hundreds of additional communities around the globe are in various stages of implementing one of these rapidly expanding sustainable and scaleable diversion programs.  Global Youth Justice champions the quality implementation, enhancement, and expansion of these rapidly expanding diversion programs around the globe.

These rapidly expanding local volunteer-driven diversion programs harness positive peer pressure and utilize it in a peer judgment setting to help address the anti-social, delinquent, and criminal behavior of youthful offenders.  The peer judgment, volunteer-driven, youth-led, and positive peer pressure aspects of these diversion programs are the primary programmatic elements that separate these juvenile justice and youth justice diversion programs from all others.

PEOPLE ASSOCIATED WITH THIS ORGANIZATION

Scott Peterson

Mr. Scott Bernard Peterson serves as Chief Executive Officer @ http://GlobalYouthJustice.org and is the International Social Innovator behind Volunteer-Driven Justice Models w/Sustainable & Scaleable Traits to Reform Justice Systems for Youth & Adults involved with Criminal Justice, Youth Justice and Juvenile Justice. For 25 Years, Global Youth Justice, Inc. CEO Scott Peterson has championed Youth/Teen/Student/Peer Court and Peer Jury Court Diversion Programs on a Local, State, Federal, National and International Level -- helping make these volunteer-driven Juvenile Justice and Youth Justice programs the most replicated court diversion programs in the USA and around the Globe. There are already more than 1,800+ Youth/Teen/Student/Peer Court, and Peer Jury Diversion Programs on 5-Continents, and hundreds more in various stages of development. Scott has served as a Senior Adviser to the United Nations, worked for 10+ years at the U.S. Department of Justice in the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Senior Adviser to the U.S. Department of State, National Director of Criminal Justice at YouthBuild USA, Graduated from the Prestigious FBI Citizen Academy, serves as a consultant for UNICEF, in addition to numerous other appointments, awards and consultancy roles.

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