Suspension, modification or revocation.
A petition may be filed with the juvenile court to request that the parole of a child be suspended, modified or revoked.
Pending a hearing, the juvenile court may order that the child be held in the local facility for the detention of children or committed to the regional facility for the treatment and rehabilitation of children.
If the child is held in a local facility for the detention of children or committed to a regional facility for the treatment and rehabilitation of children pending a hearing, the Youth Parole Bureau may pay all actual and reasonably necessary costs for the confinement of the child in the local facility or the commitment of the child to the regional facility to the extent that money is available for that purpose.
If requested, the juvenile court shall allow the child reasonable time to prepare for the hearing.
The juvenile court shall render a decision within 10 days after the conclusion of the hearing.
The juvenile court shall consider the policies and procedures adopted by the Youth Parole Bureau pursuant to NRS 63.765 and, in determining whether to suspend, modify or revoke the parole of the child, consider the adherence of the Youth Parole Bureau to such policies and procedures.