Bill Information

AB 901 (Gipson D) Juveniles.

Current Text

Introduced: 2/20/2019

Status

4/10/2019-In committee: Set, first hearing. Referred to APPR. suspense file.

Location

4/10/2019-A. APPR. SUSPENSE FILE

Summary

Current law permits a probation department to engage in activities designed to prevent juvenile delinquency, including rendering direct and indirect services to persons in the community. Under current law, a probation department is not limited to providing services only to those persons who are on probation and under supervision, but is authorized to provide these services to any juveniles in the community. This bill would only authorize a probation department to render direct and indirect services to those persons in the community who are on probation and subject to supervision under the jurisdiction of the juvenile court system, as specified.

Existing law permits a probation department to engage in activities designed to prevent juvenile delinquency, including rendering direct and indirect services to persons in the community. Under existing law, a probation department is not limited to providing services only to those persons who are on probation and under supervision, but is authorized to provide these services to an juveniles in the community.This bill would only authorize a probation department to render direct and indirect services to those persons in the community who are on probation and subject to supervision under the jurisdiction of the juvenile court system, as specified.This bill contains other related.

Position:

Oppose

Priority:

1

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