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Juvenile Court Building

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1801 Spielbusch Ave 

Toledo, OH 43604

 

Contact Us

 

Ph: (419) 213-6722
Ph: (419) 213-6744 Clerk

Fx: (419) 213-6898 Admin
Fx: (419) 213-6933 Clerk


Hours

Monday – Friday

8:00 am – 4:30 pm

 
 
Hours of Operation
Juvenile Court is open Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm. Legal holidays as provided by law are observed.  Juvenile Traffic Court is held on Friday at 7:30 am.

Court sessions run from 8:30 am to 11:30 am and 1:00 pm to 4:30 pm.
Judges or Magistrates may schedule hearings at other times at their discretion.

Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA): If you are aware of or suspect alleged sexual misconduct, please complete the PREA Sexual Misconduct Reporting Form.

PREA Information - Parent and Resident Handbook

U.S. Department of Agriculture policy - Justice for All Information

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Juvenile Court Supports Wear Blue Day! This is how Everybody at the Juvenile Court supports this special day. Check out our video. Read on...

CASA: A miracle in our midst BY KEITH C. BURRIS COLUMNIST FOR THE BLADE Keith Burris' 4/5/15 Commentary about CASA Read more at http://www.toledoblade.com/Keith-Burris/2015/04/05/CASA-A-miracle-in-our-midst.html#3XApBxZEPxCtFKjm.99 Read on...

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ACES Too High News interviews Juvenile Court's Kendra Kec regarding RBT practice in Detention Juvenile detention centers: On the other side of “lock ‘em ‘up, but not quite trauma-informed According to JDAI, before Lucas County was a JDAI site, it sent 76 youth into Ohio’s youth prison system. By 2014, it sent just 18 kids to prison. Read on...

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Juvenile Justice System Alternatives Lucas County Juvenile Court's efforts on C-SPAN The work at Lucas County Juvenile Court as discussed on C-SPAN by Christian Science Monitor writer, Stacy Teicher Khadaroo. Read on...

Radio interview with Judge Cubbon and Deborah Hodges on Michigan Public Radio As juvenile justice systems across the country begin to question the incarceration model, the Lucas County system has become a model. Read on...