Juvenile Justice Jeopardy:
JJJ was originally developed by Strategies for Youth, a national nonprofit policy organization dedicated to improving police youth relations. The game is modeled off of the real Jeopardy Game and is designed to help kids understand their rights and learn what conduct may lead to arrest. JJJ uses a scenario based approach to engage youth in important discussions about their rights, how to improve their interactions with law enforcement officers and/or school administrators, and how to reduce a their risk of suspension, arrest, and detention.
More about JJJ:
- It was developed primarily for youth between the ages of 14 and 18.
- The game is most easily played in groups of 8-16 youth, but we can accommodate larger groups.
- Generally, we like to have at least 90 minutes to play the game.
- It is completely free to bring JJJ to your organization.
- If you provide a space to play the game, CLC will provide everything else.
- Our game leaders are very knowledgeable about the law and juvenile justice system in Ohio and are happy answer questions that arise.
Bringing the game To youR Organization:
If you are interested in bringing JJJ to the youth you serve, or if you want want more information, please fill out the form below or contact us directly at: firstname.lastname@example.org | (859) 431-3313