Benton & Franklin Counties Superior Court
  Benton & Franklin Counties Superior Court

Benton-Franklin Counties Juvenile Justice Center Community Restoration Project (CRP)

5606 W. CANAL PLACE, SUITE 106, KENNEWICK, WA  99336 (509) 736-2769 (Missed Juvenile Work Crew)

(509) 222-2312 (Juvenile Work Crew Information Line)

 

 

Work Crew:
Provides a Restorative Justice based alternative to detention for low risk youth by developing, managing, and supervising work projects in the community where adjudicated youth can work off detention time through service to the community.

 

 

Work Crew Related Forms:

Work Crew Project Agreement
CRP Participation Agreement.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [154.4 KB]
Work Crew Packet (English)
Please print & sign.
Work Crew Packet (English).pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [697.0 KB]
Work Crew Packet (Spanish)
Please print & sign.
Community Restoration Project (Spanish T[...]
Adobe Acrobat document [136.1 KB]

 

Dress Code and Expectations

 

Below are guidelines for appropriate dress and a list of behavior/attitude expectations.  This list is not exhaustive.  Rather, this information is presented to “set the stage” for a successful experience on the CRP Crew. 

Dress Code

 

Call the Work Crew Information line before Work Crew to see if there are special clothing requirements. During extreme weather call the WC Information Line for updates or cancellations (509) 222-2312

  • Youth may not wear any gang attire (red, blue clothing belts, hats, etc.). This will be left up to the discretion of the work crew supervisor.

     

  • Youth may not wear any clothing that is related to drugs and/ or alcohol.

     

  • Youth must wear closed toe shoes with socks. Flip-flops and sandals are not allowed

     

  • Youth may not wear tank tops or t-shirts that are cut off at the sleeve.

     

  • Shorts are allowed, but supervisor may require youth to wear overalls if safety becomes an issue.

     

  • Youth may bring gloves, appropriate hats, or any other clothing accessories that may help youth be more comfortable and productive through the workday.

Expectations

 

  • Be respectful to community members

 

  • Be respectful toward others on CRP

     

  • Electrical devices are not allowed (cell phones, headphones, etc.)

     

  • Do not bring any tobacco products, lighters, or matches (these items will be confiscated).

     

  • Work steadily and efficiently

     

  • Ask for instructions

     

  • Use appropriate language

     

  • Always wear protective eyewear when operating power equipment

July 21, 2021

Superior Court Statement On Gradual Transition To In Person Appearances In Court

The Superior Court has indicated in its most recent masking order that in criminal proceedings there is a general presumption of personal appearance.  Specifying a presumption in criminal matters is necessary to recognize the unique requirements of identity and presence for some criminal hearings.  While the Court wants parties and counsel to start moving more toward in person appearances generally as we re-open, we recognize that this is a process that takes time, and that the Supreme Court’s Emergency Orders are still in effect allowing remote appearances where appropriate.  Some counsel and/or their families have health concerns that make it appropriate to continue to appear remotely, as do some litigants.  If Counsel, or a party has a reason to continue to appear remotely on any docket, and does not wish to state it on the record, they may contact Court Administration so that it can be communicated to the bench.

Court's Response to Coronavirus Pandemic

En respuesta a la nueva pandemia de coronavirus (o COVID-19), nuestros servicios estaran limitados

Click HERE for the latest information concerning the Court's response to the Coronavirus pandemic.

Effective September 1, 2021 - 2021 Superior Court

Local Court Rules  

2021 Benton & Franklin Counties Superior Court Local Court Rules
2021 Benton Franklin Counties Local Cou[...]
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Ex Parte

Important Notice

 Click HERE for a description of the Ex Parte process.

Holiday Schedule

The Courts will be closed for Independence Day on Monday, July 5, 2021. 

 

 

Please refer to the Court Holiday Schedule to see changes to regular calendar.

 

Arbitrator Eligibility

Important Notice

Click HERE for information and attestation form.

Superior Court Administration Benton County Justice Center

7122 W Okanogan Pl

Building A

Kennewick, WA 99336

509-736-3071

 

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