1 edition of Frequently asked questions about juvenile detention found in the catalog.
Describes aspects of the juvenile justice system including sentencing, types of detention facilities, the rules of detention, and life after leaving a facility.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 57-61) and index.
|Series||FAQ teen life, FAQ, teen life|
|LC Classifications||HV9104 .B743 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||64 pages :|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||2011013702|
Juvenile Detention facilities may be located in communities large and small, rural and urban across the country. Because not all communities have a Juvenile Detention center, facilities often serve a regional area. Juvenile Detention facilities may be co-ed or gender specific. The minimum and maximum ages of youth served in Juvenile DetentionFile Size: KB. to you. There may be a definition of the term in the glossary near the back of the book. This book is not intended to cover all juvenile court situations. If, after reading through this book, you still have questions about your specific juvenile court situation, feel free to contact the Dane County Legal Resource Size: KB.
Frequently Asked Questions. Where can I get a driver’s license? Contact the Revenue Department at to obtain a license. Contact Driver Services at if your license has been suspended and/or you need a permit. How do I file for divorce? If children are involved, it is advised you retain an attorney. Frequently Asked Questions. Q. Where is Hillbrook? A. Directions Hillbrook Juvenile Detention Center Velasko Road Syracuse, NY () Q. Can I bring my child to Hillbrook for a tour? A. Hillbrook does not offer tours to parents. If you are having problems with your child, there is help.
You may obtain an personal criminal history at the Newton County Sheriff's Office Monday through Friday between the hours of am and pm in the Administration Lobby. You must bring $ cash for this service and it needs to be exact change. (We cannot make change). 1) Call Domestic Relations () to get an appointment with an Intake the person on the phone know if: you will need an interpreter; there is a prior child support order from another court; 2) Complete the Intake Sheet and bring it with you to your appointment. A copy of this form is also available in Domestic Relations. 3) During your appointment, please advise .
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Yes.Washington is a signatory to the Interstate Compact for Juveniles. (See RCW )A youth on supervision for a 'sex-related offense," a violent offense that "resulted in personal injury or death," or an offense "committed with a weapon" may not leave the state at all without a travel permit issued by a Juvenile Probation Counselor.
In addition, no youth on supervision for any offense .