Nevada Juvenile Justice
Sec. § 62E.720
Program of visitation to office of county coroner: Establishment; requirements; payment of costs.


1.

The juvenile court may order a delinquent child to participate in a program of visitation to the office of the county coroner that is established pursuant to this section.

2.

In determining whether to order the child to participate in such a program, the juvenile court shall consider whether the unlawful act committed by the child involved the use or threatened use of force or violence against the child or others or demonstrated a disregard for the safety or well-being of the child or others.

3.

The juvenile court may establish a program of visitation to the office of the county coroner in cooperation with the coroner of the county pursuant to this section.

4.

Before a delinquent child may participate in a program of visitation, the parent or guardian of the child must provide to the juvenile court on a form provided by the juvenile court:

(a)

Written consent for the child to participate in the program of visitation; and

(b)

An executed release of liability for any act or omission, not amounting to gross negligence or willful misconduct of the juvenile court, the county coroner, or any other person administering or conducting a program of visitation, that causes personal injury or illness of the child during the period in which the child participates in the program of visitation.

5.

A program of visitation must include, but is not limited to:

(a)

A visit to the office of the county coroner at times and under circumstances determined by the county coroner.

(b)

A course to instruct the child concerning:

(1)

The consequences of the childs actions; and

(2)

An awareness of the childs own mortality.

(c)

An opportunity for each participant in a program of visitation to evaluate each component of the program.

6.

The juvenile court may order the child, or the parent or guardian of the child, or both, to pay a fee of not more than $45 based on the ability of the child or the parent or guardian of the child, or both, to pay for the costs associated with the participation of the child in the program of visitation.
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Nov. 21, 2019