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Prohibition of Sexual Harassment

It is the policy of the Division of Juvenile Justice that all employees conduct themselves in a manner that fosters a professional, respectful, and inclusive work environment:

Employees are expected to demonstrate behaviors that reflect positively on the Division and the State of Alaska. DJJ is committed to providing a workplace free from sexual harassment.

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State of Alaska
Dept of Family and Community Services
Division of Juvenile Justice
240 Main Street, Suite 701
PO Box 112671
Juneau, AK 99811-2671

Email: Hss.djj@alaska.gov

Division of Juvenile Justice

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We are Guided by Our Mission and Core Values

Our Mission

  • Hold juvenile offenders accountable for their behavior.
  • Promote the safety and restoration of victims and communities.
  • Assist offenders and their families in developing skills to prevent crime.

A Few of Our Core Values

  • Accountability – both DJJ staff and the youth we serve must strive to hold ourselves and each other to high standards of ethics and behavior because we value accountability to our families and communities
  • Integrity – similar to accountability, we value doing what is right even when it is difficult
  • Enhancing Strengths – we work to enhance both staff and youth strengths because we understand that we are at our best when we use our individual strengths for the good of our families, communities, and ourselves
  • Respect – treating others well because we understand the inherent value of each person

To find out more about our mission and values, go to our DJJ Mission Page

To Fulfill our Mission, We Leverage Restorative Justice

A balanced and restorative justice approach to services and programming ensures that juvenile offenders take personal responsibility for repairing the harm caused to victims and communities by their delinquent behavior. The Division also works to prevent crime by supporting competency and skill development for juveniles so that they will have alternatives to law-breaking behavior.

For more resources about restorative justice, view our Restorative Justice 101 Page

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