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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 6. Criminal Justice And Corrections
Agency 35. Department (Board) Of Juvenile Justice
Chapter 150. Regulation for Nonresidential Services
1/24/2022

6VAC35-150-290. Intake communication with detention.

When CSU staff facilitate the placement of a juvenile in detention, they shall give detention staff, by telephone, in writing, or by electronic means, no later than the time the juvenile arrives at the detention facility, the reason for detention and the offenses for which the juvenile is being detained including any ancillary offenses. CSU staff shall also give detention staff the following information when available and applicable: medical information; parents' or guardians' names, addresses and phone numbers; prior record as regards sexual offenses, violence against persons or arson; suicide attempts or self-injurious behaviors; gang membership and affiliation; and any other information as required by approved procedure.

Statutory Authority

§§ 16.1-233, 16.1-309.9 and 66-10 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from Virginia Register Volume 14, Issue 2, eff. November 12, 1997; amended, Virginia Register Volume 18, Issue 24, eff. October 1, 2002; amended, Volume 27, Issue 12, eff. July 1, 2011.

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