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Posted on: August 4, 2022

Kaysville Youth Court Applications


Kaysville Youth Court is accepting Youth Applications (grades 9-12) to serve as Volunteer Youth Court Judges and Peer Tutors. Applications will be accepted through September 2, 2022. 

The Youth Court has been in operation since September 2000. It was developed by concerned youth at Davis High School working in cooperation with the Kaysville City Council and Mayor's office, the Kaysville Police Department, Davis High School, Kaysville Junior High School, Fairfield Junior High School, Centennial Junior High School, and concerned citizens of Kaysville City.  (More information about Youth Court can be found here.)

The Youth Court program gives law enforcement and school officials a strong new option for handling violations. Youth offenders receive no permanent juvenile record if the program is successfully completed. Youth Court also reduces the volume of minor cases burdening the Juvenile Court, freeing it to focus on more serious offenders. Youth receive education and practical experience administering justice. The program also provides leadership and service opportunities to the youth in our communities. 

Applications can be emailed to, or can be returned to the Kaysville City Offices, the Kaysville Police Department or to Kim Smith.

Interviews will be held the second week in September. 

Questions? Please contact Youth Court Advisor, Kim Smith at (801) 643-8808 or

Youth Court Application
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