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The Department of Juvenile Justice utilizes a staff of more than 100 youth counselors, case managers, truant officers, and others who work closely with Richmond Police Department, Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court staff, Juvenile Court Judges, and staff in the Richmond Public Schools to provide coordinated community services to delinquent youths.
COLLEGE BASKETBALL:Former Virginia basketball player Courtney Alexander was convicted in Albemarle County Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court of assaulting his girlfriend and sentenced to four days in jail.