The Hull Youth Justice Service is looking for you!
We need youth offender panel members who can represent their local community. We require men and women 18 or over, from every ethnic and social background. We need people who are good at communicating and want to make a difference to young people’s lives.
It is not necessary to have all the skills needed to be a youth offender panel member from the start. We offer full training which will help you prepare for a challenging but worthwhile task, this training will be over 6 sessions. Once you become a panel member, you will continue to receive regular training and supervision to support you in your role as a volunteer.
As a youth offender panel member requires contact with children, we are required to carry out a full criminal record check. Previous convictions, especially those which are minor in nature and old, will not automatically bar you from becoming a youth offender panel member. This can be discussed on an individual basis following application.
We require you to spend about 2 to 3 hours every time you attend a panel. You will be expected to sit on at least two panel meetings per month and it is asked that you can commit to at least one years’ service.
For further information please contact a member of staff at the Kastor Centre.
Endeavour Learning and Skills Centre
|Monday||8.30am to 5pm|
|Tuesday||8.30am to 5pm|
|Wednesday||8.30am to 5pm|
|Thursday||8.30am to 5pm|
|Friday||8.30am to 4.30pm|
|Saturday||8.30am to 5pm|