How long is the program?
The program is one session from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
How old must you be to attend?
Participants must be between the ages of 10 and 18.
Do parents have to attend with their child?
Participants under 17 years of age must attend with one or both of their parents. Parents of participants 17 years and older are encouraged to attend, but it is optional.
When is the Juvenile Impact Program held?
JIP is held monthly. Please email the JIP staff for dates and additional information. Student must be registered and complete all necessary paperwork before attending the program.
Where is the JIP program held?
JIP is held at the Frisco Police Department, which is located at 7200 Stonebrook Parkway in Frisco. For directions, call the main police department line at 972.292.6000 or map it using the City of Frisco's GIS mapping system.
Who can refer a student to the Juvenile Impact Program?
Parents and the Courts can refer any student to the program.
Is there a dress code?
Yes, all attendee are required to dress in a professional manner. Shoes must be close-toed (no tennis shoes, flip flops, or sandals). Pants must be slacks or a conservative dress skirt for females. Shirts must have collars or conservative bloues for females. Also, no exposed tattoos, piercings, or jewelry is permitted.
NOTE: Participants who violate the dress code will be sent home and the appropriate courts will be notified. If you have any questions or cannot meet these dress requirements, please contact the JIP coordinator.
Will my child have a police record as a result of attending the Juvenile Impact Program?
No. Information is collected strictly for statistical data and will be used to determine program effectiveness and offender-related statistics.