The Cyber Justice Program is a diversionary program designed to teach youthful offenders about the legal and societal consequences of sexting and cyber-bullying via the internet and other forms of electronic communication. Participants are required to attend a class. Referrals may be made by police agencies, school officials, and courts.
- Cyber Justice is held in the Justice Center, 555 South State Street, Syracuse, NY 13202. Participants may be subjected to a security check.
- Cyber Justice meets the third Wednesday of each month. Participants are recommended to confirm the scheduled date.
- Participants are asked to arrive by 3:45 p.m. and have a seat in the lobby until the Cyber Justice class is announced. Participants will then be escorted to the class location as a group. Late arrivals will not be admitted.
- Participants are asked to use the public lavatory prior to class. There are no public restrooms available during the class. Participants are required to use the public restroom on the first floor before and/or after attending sessions (approximately 1.5 to 2 hours).
- A $50.00 fee will be collected by the Cyber Justice facilitator at the time of sign-in. Cash or certified check or money order payable to Onondaga County District Attorney’s Office is acceptable. Personal Checks are NOT accepted.
- Sessions last a minimum of 1.5 hours beginning after the facilitator has registered all eligible individuals.
- Participants are responsible for bringing a pen to complete paperwork. Certificates of Attendance will be handed-out to each participant upon the completion of the session.
- Parents/Guardians are asked to arrive by 5:15 p.m. to pick up their participant from the class.
For more information about the Cyber Justice Program, read the Cyber Justice Information Brochure.
Submit a referral below if you are from a police agency or are a school official: