Nevada Juvenile Justice

Sec. § 62C.210
Informal supervision by probation officer: Agreement may require community service, restitution and completion of program of cognitive training and human development.


1.

An agreement for informal supervision may require the child to:

(a)

Perform community service, provide restitution to any victim of the acts for which the child was referred to the probation officer or make a monetary contribution to a restitution contribution fund established pursuant to NRS 62E.175;

(b)

Participate in a program of restitution through work that is established pursuant to NRS 62E.580 if the child:

(1)

Is 14 years of age or older;

(2)

Has never been found to be within the purview of this title for an unlawful act that involved the use or threatened use of force or violence against a victim and has never been found to have committed such an unlawful act in any other jurisdiction, unless the probation officer determines that the child would benefit from the program;

(3)

Is required to provide restitution to a victim; and

(4)

Voluntarily agrees to participate in the program of restitution through work;

(c)

Complete a program of cognitive training and human development pursuant to NRS 62E.220 if:

(1)

The child has never been found to be within the purview of this title; and

(2)

The unlawful act for which the child is found to be within the purview of this title did not involve the use or threatened use of force or violence against a victim; or

(d)

Engage in any combination of the activities set forth in this subsection.

2.

If the agreement for informal supervision requires the child to participate in a program of restitution through work or complete a program of cognitive training and human development, the child or the parent or guardian of the child must not be required to pay the costs associated with the participation of the child in the program. Unless the parent or guardian of the child signs a waiver of liability, the program or the entity for which the child performs the work, as applicable, shall provide policies of insurance against liability for personal injury and damage to property or industrial insurance, or both, during those periods in which the child participates in the program or performs work.
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Feb. 5, 2021