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NCJ Number: 121016 Find in a Library
Title: Training Manual for Children Services Board, 1989
Corporate Author: Montgomery Cty Juvenile Court
United States of America
Date Published: 1989
Page Count: 247
Sponsoring Agency: Montgomery Cty Juvenile Court
Dayton, OH 45402
Type: Training (Aid/Material)
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: This training manual for the Montgomery County (Ohio) Children Services Board encompasses the history and organization of the county's juvenile court; temporary holding facilities; traffic complaints; parentage and nonsupport complaints; records and revenue; delinquency/unruly complaints; and abuse, neglect, dependency complaints.
Abstract: The introductory chapter addresses the Ohio judicial structure, the history and philosophy of the juvenile court, a mission statement, and court jurisdiction. Also discussed are court organization, agency location, building design, courtroom dress and decorum, security, and smoking. The chapter on temporary holding facilities considers the philosophy and rules pertinent to juvenile detention/shelter care, time requirements, detention services, programs, security, visiting, and home detention. The chapter on traffic complaints defines the juvenile traffic offender and explains the mandatory-appearance and optional-appearance notices, along with offenses and dispositions. Explanations of the handling of paternity and nonsupport complaints are followed by descriptions of juvenile court records and revenue operations. All aspects of the processing of juveniles charged with delinquency and unruliness are discussed, as are the components of the processing of abuse, neglect, and dependency complaints. Personnel index.
Main Term(s): Juvenile courts
Index Term(s): Juvenile court records; Juvenile detention; Juvenile processing; Ohio
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