Your Role as a Parent:
Cases involving children who have committed a law violation that would be considered a crime if committed by an adult.
CHIPS and JIPS
Cases involving children or juveniles who are in need of protection and services.
Juvenile Ordinance Violations (Citations):
Violation of civil or State ordinances.
Restraining Orders Against Juveniles
Temporary restraining order against a juvenile from contacting a specific person.
Having parents involved in the juvenile court process is extremely important to the success of the Court’s dispositional order and supervision of your child. Please cooperate with the Health & Human Services Department as they do their investigation and prepare a report to the Court. As the parent, it is extremely important that you attend each court hearing scheduled for your child’s case.
Department of Social Services Involvement:
When your child has been charged with a delinquent act or found to be in need of protection or services (CHIPS or JIPS), the Adams County health & Human Services Department will assign a social worker to work with you and your child and make recommendations to the Court for the disposition of your child’s case.
All payments regarding Juvenile matters should be sent to:
Clerk of Juvenile Court
402 Main Street
P.O. Box 200
Friendship, WI 53934-0200
Note: If you need a receipt for any payment, you must provide a stamped, self-addressed envelope with your payment.