Nevada Juvenile Justice

Sec. § 63.760
Alleged violator of parole: Written order of Chief of Youth Parole Bureau constitutes warrant for arrest; execution of order.


If there is probable cause to believe that a child has violated parole, the written order of the Chief of the Youth Parole Bureau is a sufficient arrest warrant for any peace officer to take the child into custody, pending return of the child to the juvenile court.


Each peace officer or parole officer shall execute such an order in the same manner as is provided for the execution of criminal process.

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