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41-2816. Secure care facilities; rehabilitative services; length of stay guidelines

A. The department shall operate and maintain or contract for secure care facilities for the custody, treatment, rehabilitation and education of youth who pose a threat to public safety, who have engaged in a pattern of conduct characterized by persistent and delinquent offenses that, as demonstrated through the use of other alternatives, cannot be controlled in a less secure setting or who have had their conditional liberty revoked pursuant to section 41-2819.

B. Each youth who is placed in a secure care facility shall receive rehabilitative services appropriate to the youth's age, needs and abilities, including education, counseling, mental health services, recreation and vocational training.

C. The department in cooperation with the juvenile court shall develop length of stay guidelines that are consistent with both treatment and public safety considerations. The department in cooperation with the juvenile court shall annually review the length of stay guidelines. Each youth who is placed in a secure care facility shall be assigned a length of stay pursuant to the length of stay guidelines. The length of stay shall set forth minimum and maximum review dates.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-2816

41-2816. Secure care facilities; rehabilitative services; length of stay guidelines

A. The department shall operate and maintain or contract for secure care facilities for the custody, treatment, rehabilitation and education of youth who pose a threat to public safety, who have engaged in a pattern of conduct characterized by persistent and delinquent offenses that, as demonstrated through the use of other alternatives, cannot be controlled in a less secure setting or who have had their conditional liberty revoked pursuant to section 41-2819.

B. Each youth who is placed in a secure care facility shall receive rehabilitative services appropriate to the youth's age, needs and abilities, including education, counseling, mental health services, recreation and vocational training.

C. The department in cooperation with the juvenile court shall develop length of stay guidelines that are consistent with both treatment and public safety considerations. The department in cooperation with the juvenile court shall annually review the length of stay guidelines. Each youth who is placed in a secure care facility shall be assigned a length of stay pursuant to the length of stay guidelines. The length of stay shall set forth minimum and maximum review dates.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-2816

41-2816. Secure care facilities; rehabilitative services; length of stay guidelines

A. The department shall operate and maintain or contract for secure care facilities for the custody, treatment, rehabilitation and education of youth who pose a threat to public safety, who have engaged in a pattern of conduct characterized by persistent and delinquent offenses that, as demonstrated through the use of other alternatives, cannot be controlled in a less secure setting or who have had their conditional liberty revoked pursuant to section 41-2819.

B. Each youth who is placed in a secure care facility shall receive rehabilitative services appropriate to the youth's age, needs and abilities, including education, counseling, mental health services, recreation and vocational training.

C. The department in cooperation with the juvenile court shall develop length of stay guidelines that are consistent with both treatment and public safety considerations. The department in cooperation with the juvenile court shall annually review the length of stay guidelines. Each youth who is placed in a secure care facility shall be assigned a length of stay pursuant to the length of stay guidelines. The length of stay shall set forth minimum and maximum review dates.

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