Juvenile Justice Commission

Juvenile Justice Commission Facilities

Juvenile Justice Commission Facilities

Site Locations Map

Use the interactive map below for details on each of our facilities.

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Secure Facilities
Secure Facilities

The Commission operates three facilities identified as secure. Secure facilities are full care institutions providing all services on the grounds of the facility, including education, vocational programming, counseling and medical services. Correctional Officers are employed at these facilities to maintain a secure setting. All facilities provide year round education focused toward the attainment of a high school diploma, GED or college credit, as well as vocational programming. Religious opportunities, group and individual counseling, drug and alcohol treatment, physical education, family life and health education, and post-release planning are also provided at all secure facilities.

Juvenile Medium Security Facility (JMSF)

P.O. BOX 307
Burlington Street
Bordentown, NJ 08505
Christian Nnajiofor, Ph.D., Superintendent
609-324-6016 (Fax)

The Female Secure Care and Intake Facility

Hayes Building
Antar Simmons, Superintendent
P.O. Box 367
Burlington Street
Bordentown, NJ 08505
609-324-6334 (Fax)

New Jersey Training School

New Jersey Training School
P.O. Box 500
Grace Hill Road
Monroe Township, NJ 08831
Superintendent: Llionel Henderson
732-521-1738 (Fax)


Community Programs
Residential Community Homes

The Juvenile Justice Commission (JJC) operates 10 residential community homes (RCH). The number of juveniles residing at each facility varies. The JJC has designated certain facilities for specific categories of juvenile offenders, including those who have serious substance abuse problems, sex offenders, and those young people who have been found delinquent, but also have serious emotional disorders.

RCH’s are an important part of the JJC’s continuum of care. These facilities offer a less restrictive environment, but maintain security by trained staff. These types of facilities are meant to accommodate juveniles who have committed less serious offenses or are nearing the end of their sentences and preparing to return home.

Counselors work with each resident to create an individual program plan with goals and objectives for successful completion. Each program provides a full education curriculum aimed at the pursuit of a high school diploma or GED. A variety of vocational opportunities are provided with the goal of developing marketable skills that will help them become productive citizens upon their release.

The JJC utilizes several enhanced treatment programs, including one curriculum that teaches juveniles on how to control anger and another aimed at increasing gang awareness and prevention. Juveniles also receive instruction in life skills, personal hygiene, health and nutrition. Residents participate in various recreational activities and have access to 24-hour medical care. Opportunities to attend various religious services and faith-related events are also available.

All youth participate in various community service projects through the JJC’s Restorative Justice Program. Work crews throughout the state assist with projects, which range from park, cemetery, and roadway maintenance, to the restoration of historical buildings. The JJC believes that juveniles should take responsibility for their actions and give back to their communities.

Comprehensive and personal re-entry plans are developed for each JJC resident to help with each resident’s transition from a JJC program to his or her community.

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