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 blouse 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.

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1. How long is the program?
2. How old must you be to attend?
3. Do parents have to attend with their child?
4. When is the Juvenile Impact Program held?
5. Where is the Juvenile Impact Program held?
6. Who can refer a student to the Juvenile Impact Program?
7. Is there a dress code?
8. Will my child have a police record as a result of attending the Juvenile Impact Program?