Volunteers are an essential part of the delivery of Trafford Youth Justice Service. Volunteers work alongside professional staff to help to reduce crime and contribute to working with young people and making a difference to their lives. They also create a positive link between the community and these young people.
Volunteer roles include:
- Being a member of a Community Referral Order Panel which allows young people to speak for themselves, and take responsibility for their actions through a restorative approach.
- Being a mentor for young people who have offended.
- Providing support and a positive role model.
- Involvement in constructive leisure activities which provide young people with ways to fill their time in a positive manner.
If you're interested in becoming a volunteer or would like more information, contact our volunteer coordinator:
Telephone: 0161 911 8201