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NCJ Number: 120895 Find in a Library
Title: State of Maryland, Juvenile Services Agency
Author(s): R Huber
Corporate Author: Maryland Juvenile Service Agency
United States of America
Date Published: 1989
Page Count: 42
Sponsoring Agency: Maryland Juvenile Service Agency
Baltimore, MD 21201
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Document: PDF
Type: Measurement/Evaluation Device
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: Eight chapters evaluate regulations currently codified under the subtitle "Juvenile Services Agency" in the Code of Maryland (COMAR) regulations, Title 14 -- Independent Agencies.
Abstract: Chapters One through Eight cover, respectively, the Youth Services Bureau, Standards for Juvenile Care Facilities, Youth Diversion Programs, Purchase of Care (Services), Purchase of Care (Clinical), Child Advocacy Grievance Procedure, Probation and Aftercare Services and Procedures, and Construction Funds for Public For Profit and Non-profit Juvenile Residential Facilities. Within each chapter are general information such as title, effective date, authority, and date of last amendment; evaluation results; proposed amendments; and impact statement. Each regulation of COMAR 14.22. was reviewed to determine its up-to-dateness, consistency with the statute and with judicial authority, accuracy, clarity, and adequacy or amendability. Also included are a summary of recommendations, and explanations of the evaluation process.
Main Term(s): Juvenile codes
Index Term(s): Juvenile health services; Laws and Statutes; Maryland
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