Generally, if a youth is not responding to consequences imposed by parents, school or a community supervision program, the social worker will refer a youth to the Weekend Report Center (WRC) at Neighborhood Intervention Program. For youth on formal supervision, if that is not effective in turning things around, the Social Worker may request a court hearing so the Judge can impose court ordered sanctions, which could be time in Detention or Shelter Home, electronic monitoring, community service or loss of driver's license. Non-compliance can also lead to the court order being extended.

Youth Justice Offices:

2306 S. Park Street, Madison, WI 53713



1227 N. Sherman Avenue, Madison, WI 53704



Monday to Friday, 7:45 AM - 4:30 PM:
Call 608-261-5437

All other hours:
Call 608-255-6067