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6.1.1 Custody Procedures

A juvenile alleged to be delinquent may be taken into temporary police custody, and placed in secure detention separated, by sight and sound, from adult prisoners, for up to 6 hours


6.1.3 Custody Procedures Secured Detention

When a delinquent juvenile is placed in secured detention, MDTA member will check the the juvenile at a frequency consistent with behavior and at a no more than 30 intervals. Juveniles with special medical needs will be checked at no more than 15 minute internals. Suicidal juveniles will have constant supervision.


3.1.5 Custodial Interrogation

Custodial Interrogations will be limited to 2 hours with no more than 2 interrogators participating


4.2 Fingerprint and Photograph

Only 1 fingerprint card needs to be filled out and forwarded to CJIS within 72 hours of the arrest


3.1 Juveniles Services notification schools

law enforcement agencies to contact the local public school superintendent or nonpublic school principal within 24 hours of the arrest or as soon as practicable when a student (5 years of age or older and under 22 years of age) is arrested and charged with certain reportable offenses


Delinquent Act

an act which would be a crime if committed by an adult


Delinquent child

A child who has committed a delinquent act and requires guidance, treatment or rehabilitation


Status Offense

A juvenile who is charged with an offense that would not be a crime if committed by an adult (Run away, truant, possession of alcoholic beverages)


Child in Need of Supervision (CINS)

Legal status determine by a court which requires that the child requires guidance, treatment or rehabilitation. (Required by law to attend school is habitually truant, disobedient, ungovernable and beyond control of person having custody of the m with substantial fault of the custodians) (Incorrigible)


Child in Need of Assistance (CINA)

Legal status determine by a court which requires that the child is mentally handicapped or not receiving ordinary or proper care and attention; the child's parents, guardian or custodians are unable or unwilling to give proper care and attention necessary for everyday living


5.3 Taking into Custody

If the parent or guardian refusesto respond solely because of inconvenience to themselves due to lateness of the hour, etc., they are to be advised that they may be charged under the Family Law Article 10-203, Desertion- Minor