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Clackamas County Dispute Resolution Center
Clackamas County Dispute Resolution Center is a county agency committed to empowering Clackamas County residents, families, communities, organizations, businesses and governments to resolve disputes effectively, peacefully and collaboratively.

Clackamas County Justice Court
The Justice Court, established in February 2009, hears violations, including traffic citations, small claims and evictions issued in Clackamas County.

Court Appearances, Arraignments & Trials
If you will be appearing in Court, please:

District Attorney's Office
The Clackamas County District Attorney's Office is required by state law to represent the state in felony prosecutions, misdemeanor prosecutions, grand jury proceedings, mental commitment hearings, child support actions, family abuse prevention hearings, juvenile delinquency and dependency hearings.

City Diversion Panels
The establishment of the Clackamas County City Diversion Panels was based on the underlying assumptions that community involvement with minor offenders is beneficial to all involved and, holding youth accountable in their own town provides the youth an opportunity to make logical cause and effect associations about actions and consequences.

Emancipation Information
Following are details regarding the parameters and process for requesting emancipation.

Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently asked questions about the Clackamas County Juvenile Department.

Drug Court Phase Requirements and Handbook
Information and materials for the Drug Court process.

Latino Services
With the growing Latino population throughout the state of Oregon there is an increasing need for services within Clackamas County to be provided in Spanish. The Juvenile Department is one of several county departments that are currently providing such services to our Latino population.

Court Docket
The Clackamas County Justice Court is open Monday ? Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Drug Court Handbook
Clackcamas County Juvenile Department: Drug Court Handbook

Victim Impact Statement
Victim's articulation of the impacts of the youth offense.

Drug Court
The Clackamas County Juvenile Drug Court is a program for youth referred to the Juvenile Department for delinquent behaviors, who also have substance abuse issues. The Drug Court is housed in the Clackamas County Juvenile Department and is a collaborative community effort to reduce criminal recidivism, reduce or eliminate substance abuse, increase client's success in obtaining their personal goals, and increase the ability of the family to be effective problem solvers.

Drug and MIP Diversion Program
The Clackamas County Juvenile Department Drug Diversion Program is designed to assure a minimum response (treatment and consequence) to any youth being charged with Possession of Less than an Ounce of Marijuana, Possession of Less than an Ounce within 1,000 Feet of a School, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and Minor in Possession of Alcohol.

Hispanic Services
With the increasing Hispanic population throughout the state of Oregon there is an increasing need for Spanish services within Clackamas County. The Juvenile Department is one of several county departments that are providing Spanish services to its increasing Hispanic population.

Contact Us
Contact Information

Marijuana Diversion
The Clackamas County Justice Court has jurisdiction over tickets for the violation of Possession of Less Than One Ounce of Marijuana.

MIP - Alcohol

Payment Plan Policy
Fines are due and payable in full upon conviction. The term ?fines? refers to any court monetary obligation, including fines, fees, costs and assessments.

Judge Brisbin performs marriages, free of charge, only on Fridays at noon. Weddings are scheduled by appointment only. Contact the Court during regular business hours for availability and to schedule a ceremony.

Criminal Prosecution
The Clackamas County District Attorney?s Criminal Prosecution Team has approximately 30 deputy district attorneys assigned to the following teams:

Community Service
The Community Service Program provide services to the citizens of Clackamas County by placing clients with court-ordered community service on work crew projects or non-profit agencies to fulfill their obligation to the court. This program is an alternative sentence that reduces jail overcrowding and provides an opportunity for low risk offenders to contribute to the community.

Work Release Information
The Community Corrections operates two work release programs to provide services to eligible sentenced adult offenders.

Parent Education Program
Clackamas County?s Court-Approved Parent Education Program, Parents Helping Children Cope with Family Change, aims to reduce the negative effects of divorce on children.

Sheriff Information