Nevada Juvenile Justice

Sec. § 63.190
Training required for certain employees; regulations.


1.

The superintendent of a facility shall ensure that each employee who comes into direct contact with children in the facility receives training within 90 days after employment and annually thereafter. Such training must be approved by the Division of Child and Family Services and include, without limitation, instruction concerning:

(a)

Controlling the behavior of children;

(b)

Policies and procedures concerning the use of force and restraint on children;

(c)

The rights of children in the facility;

(d)

Suicide awareness and prevention;

(e)

The administration of medication to children;

(f)

Applicable state and federal constitutional and statutory rights of children in the home;

(g)

Policies and procedures concerning other matters affecting the health, welfare, safety and civil and other rights of children in the facility;

(h)

Working with gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and questioning children; and

(i)

Such other matters as required by the Administrator of the Division of Child and Family Services.

2.

The Administrator of the Division of Child and Family Services shall provide direction to the superintendent of each facility concerning the manner in which to carry out the provisions of this section.
EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT OF CHILDREN
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