Resstorative Justice - New Volunteer Training

April 27th, 2019

New Volunteer Training

Saturday, April 27, 2019
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Capital University Law School
303 E. Broad Street
Columbus, Ohio 43215

The Franklin County Juvenile Court is looking for concerned, committed community members to serve as volunteers to make a difference in the lives of juveniles who have committed first-time misdemeanor offenses, their victim(s), and the community-at-large as part of its Restorative Justice programming. The application process consists of attending the new volunteer training, completing a Volunteer Application, and successfully submitting to a criminal history check, child abuse/neglect screening and personal interview.

We are only accepting 20 participants for this training, so register soon!

Everyone who registers for this training must complete a Volunteer Application. Please contact Rachelle Randolph, Restorative Justice Program Coordinator, to request your Volunteer Information Packet at 614-525-3130 or

Participants: you are only able to register yourself, if you know of someone else that wants to register - please send them this link.

Lunch is generously provided at our trainings by the United Way of Central Ohio. Please note: this does impact our ability to accommodate special lunch requests beyond providing a vegetarian option. If you have any other dietary restrictions, you may want to bring a lunch with you.