Issues JUVENILE SERVICES
position of Juvenile Officer encompasses many different duties and
responsibilities. Currently, Police Officer James McGill serves
as the department Juvenile Officer. This assignment is in addition
to his regular duties as a Patrol Officer.
McGill joined the G.P.R.D. in January of 2008 after serving
with the N.J.I.T. Campus Police Department in Newark, NJ.
In 2014 he was selected to serve as the department’s
Juvenile Officer. In
this role, both proactive and reactive measures are taken in
addressing juvenile delinquency and crimes committed by juveniles.
The Station House Adjustment Program or (SHA Program) is used for
juveniles in special circumstances involving minor non-violent
offenses to help avoid the establishment of a juvenile record. In
partnership with the Detective Bureau, incidents involving
juveniles are reviewed on a case by case basis to determine the
best course of action for the juvenile.
In partnership with parents, the schools, juvenile courts
and other social services the GRPD seeks to assist in providing a
positive environment for the youth in our community.
speak with P.O. McGill concerning juvenile matters
feel free to contact him:
(201) 670-3941 Ext. 8135
are at far greater risk of death in an alcohol-related crash than
the overall population, despite the fact they cannot legally
purchase or publicly possess alcohol in any State. High-visibility
enforcement of underage purchase, possession, and provision laws
can create a significant deterrent for violation of youth access
laws, reduce underage drinking, and decrease alcohol-related
crashes. Above all else, parental
responsibility is key to educating and protecting our teens.
is unwanted, aggressive behavior among school aged children that
involves a real or perceived power imbalance. The behavior is
repeated, or has the potential to be repeated, over time. Both
kids who are bullied and who bully others may have serious,
order to be considered bullying, the behavior must be aggressive
includes actions such as making threats, spreading rumors,
attacking someone physically or verbally, and excluding someone
from a group on purpose.
are three types of bullying:
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- Use of Social Media
Power & Popularity
CONSCIOUS & ALERT
- Peer Pressure
- Prescription Abuse/Theft
- GDL Laws
- GDL Laws