If you are not a parent or guardian, can you visit?
The short answer is no. There are exceptions to his rule which are:
Other family members beside parent/guardian can visit if special permission is given by the Chief Juvenile Probation Officer (cases where a youth is about to be transported to a facility outside the community would be a possible example);
Lawyers, counselors, and assessment agencies are authorized to visit the youth; and

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1. How secure is the detention facility?
2. Why do some youth need to be detained?
3. Will it just be a detention facility?
4. What are the advantages of having the detention facility in our community?
5. What criteria are used to determine if a youth is to be detained?
6. How long can individual youth be detained in the Detention Facility?
7. How will the facility maintain control of the youth who are detained?
8. Are the youth allowed visitors?
9. If you are not a parent or guardian, can you visit?
10. How are juveniles released?
11. Can I tour the facility if I am over 18 years of age?
12. Can I bring my child on a tour of the facility?
13. Can I drop my child off at detention to teach them a lesson?