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H-E-B Teen Court Advisory Board

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Powers and Duties

 The Bylaws govern the affairs of the H-E-B Teen Court Advisory Board, a civic organization, which purposes and objectives include, but are not limited to providing a community based alternative to the formal court process for alleged youth offenders for certain offenses and to involve families in the administration of the alternative court process.

Goals and Objectives
  • To continue to develop a well-trained teen and adult volunteer staff through general trainings, instruction and on-the-job experience.
  • To expand the community awareness of the benefits of Teen Court through the distribution of the Teen Court video to schools, organizations, public access networks and associations.
  • To develop more joint community projects to enhance the youth offenders' experience in the program as well as community support and participation.
  • To continue to be a major contributor to the development of the Teen Court Bar Association of Texas.

Meetings: Once a month at Bedford City Hall, 2000 Forest Ridge Drive, Bedford, Texas
Quorum: A majority shall constitute a quorum.
Term: Two (2) year for regular members.  Student members serve a one (1) year term.
Number of Members: Sixteen (16) members, two (2) members and two (2) alternates appointed by each of the three (3) entities participating, and three (3) student members appointed by the Board. 

Place 1
Name: Lorri A. Dickerson
Term Expires: 2020

Place 2
Name: Bien Camungol, Jr.
Term Expires: 2021

Council Liaison:
Name: Cathy Thompson
Term Expires: 2020

Alternate Place 1
Nancy Welton
Term Expires: 2020

Alternate Place 2