Youth Criminal Justice: What Parents Should Know

The Community Leadership Network for Families Project is offering free workshops on the youth criminal justice system. Trained facilitators are available to deliver this workshop in several languages.

The Youth Criminal Justice: What Parents Should Know workshop includes information on:

  • The types of crime youth are usually involved in;
  • The youth criminal justice process;
  • The rights and responsibilities of parents;
  • How to recognize warning signs and prevent crime;
  • Resources to support parents.

When: Sunday May 21st, 2017
Time: 1:00pm – 2:00pm
Where: Michele Heights Community Centre
2955 Michele Drive, Ottawa, ON

Refreshments provided.

This project is funded by Crime Prevention Ottawa and managed by Somali Centre for Family Services on behalf of the LASI Coalition.

For more information, please contact:

Ikram Ahmed
Project Manager
Somali Center for Family Services
(613) 526-2075 ext. 231
i.ahmed@scfottawa.org

Omar Mahamoud
Settlement Counsellors
Ethno-cultural Program Developer
Youth Services Bureau of Ottawa
(613) 241-7788 ext. 410
omhamoud@ysb.ca

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