Handling Juveniles 3.35

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What are the circumstances in which a juvenile can be placed in a detention facility as per Ohio Revised Code?

When the child is found to be a danger or threat to one or more other persons

What is the commitment of The Division as per the text?

The development of programs designed to prevent and control juvenile delinquency

Under what circumstance can a juvenile be placed in a detention facility if no court order has been made?

The child is a danger or threat to one or more other persons and is charged with violating a section of the Revised Code that may be violated by an adult

Juveniles can be placed in a detention facility without a court order if they are believed to be a danger to others and charged with a violation of the Ohio Revised Code that can also be violated by an adult


The Division is only responsible for preventing and controlling juvenile delinquency, and does not have a say in the development of policies and procedures relating to juveniles by other elements of the juvenile justice system


A juvenile can be placed in a detention facility if they are found to be alone without any parent, guardian, legal custodian, or person who can provide supervision and care


Which type of juvenile offense would not be considered a crime if committed by an adult?

Juvenile Status Offender

What is the difference between Secure Holding and Non-Secure Holding for juveniles?

Secure Holding is when a juvenile is handcuffed to a stationary object, while Non-Secure Holding is when a juvenile is physically placed in an unlocked room or handcuffed to self.

What is the purpose of Juvenile Processing, as described in the text?

To interrogate the juvenile and arrange for their placement or transfer

Juvenile Status Offender refers to a juvenile charged with an offense that would be illegal if an adult committed the same act.


Non-Secure Holding refers to a juvenile physically detained in a locked room, cell, or handcuffed to a stationary object and not free to leave the building.


Juvenile Processing includes fingerprinting and/or photographing the juvenile, but does not involve contacting the juvenile's parent, guardian, or legal custodian.


According to General Order 3.35 Revised 11/28/12, what should sworn personnel do when encountering a juvenile who is out late at night?

Attempt to return curfew violators home or contact a parent or guardian to pick them up

What is the policy regarding the confidentiality of individuals reporting child abuse or neglect, as per the text?

The name(s) and personal information of those reporting child abuse or neglect are confidential and shall not be recorded on public documents

What is the policy for enforcement options for sworn personnel, as per the text?

Sworn personnel should take the lowest level of appropriate enforcement action among reasonable alternatives allowed by law, unless otherwise directed by a supervisor

What factors should be considered when determining enforcement actions against a juvenile offender?

The offender's mental and physical condition, the nature and circumstances of the offense, the offender's record, and the likelihood of recurrence

What is the maximum period of time a juvenile alleged to have committed a felony can be held for processing purposes?

Six hours

What is the purpose of the Juvenile Holding Log?

To document the manner of detention during processing

What is the recommended maximum number of interrogators present during the interrogation of a juvenile?


Sworn personnel are not responsible for protecting the constitutional rights of juveniles, true or false?


Curfew laws should not be enforced if a juvenile appears to have a legitimate reason for being out late at night, true or false?


The personal information of those reporting child abuse or neglect should be recorded on public documents, true or false?


Juveniles alleged to be status offenders may be held for processing purposes for a period not to exceed six hours.


Sworn personnel should complete the Juvenile Holding Log during detention of juveniles


Juveniles can be immediately arrested for any delinquent act involving weapons


The number of interrogators present during the interrogation of a juvenile should be kept to a maximum of three


"Test Your Knowledge of Juvenile Detention Laws in Ohio" - This quiz will assess your understanding of the laws surrounding the placement of juveniles in detention facilities in Ohio. Topics include prevention of juvenile delinquency, policies and procedures for juveniles, and restrictions on detention placement.

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