The mission of Butler County Juvenile Court Services is to provide quality services and treatment to juvenile offenders that will protect the community, provide for youth redemption and allow for victim restoration. These goals will be equally balanced when addressing the needs of the victim, offender and community.
Juvenile Court Services is also responsible for the scheduling of dependency hearings before the Juvenile Court Master and all delinquency hearings. Proceedings are open to the public if they meet the requirements of the Juvenile Act 42 PA C.S. Sec. 6336 (e).
Hours of Operation
Juvenile Court Services is opened from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The office is closed between 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. however there is an answering machine and messages may be left.
Butler County Juvenile Court Services has twenty employees consisting of:
The Chief County Probation Officer, the Deputy Director, two (2) Supervisors, two (2) Intake Juvenile Probation Officers, eight (8) Community Based Juvenile Probation Officers, one (1) Intensive Supervision Juvenile Probation Officer, one (1) Community Service Coordinator, one (1) office manager, and three (3) clerical staff.