Nevada Juvenile Justice

Sec. § 63.740
Account for money and valuables accepted from parolee; disposition of money and valuables upon discharge.


1.

The Chief of the Youth Parole Bureau may accept from a child who is paroled money and other valuables for safekeeping pending the discharge of the child from parole.

2.

If the Chief of the Youth Parole Bureau accepts from a child who is paroled money or other valuables for safekeeping, the Chief shall:

(a)

Deposit the money in an account in a qualified financial institution.

(b)

Keep a full account of any money and valuables; and

(c)

Submit reports to the Administrator of the Division of Child and Family Services regarding the money and valuables as the Administrator may require.

3.

When a child is discharged from parole, the Chief of the Youth Parole Bureau shall:

(a)

Issue to the child a check in the amount of the balance held in the account for the child; and

(b)

Return to the child any valuables held for safekeeping.
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Feb. 5, 2021