[Rev. 11/21/2013 3:46:42 PM--2013]

[NAC-62H Revised Date: 8-12]

CHAPTER 62H - RECORDS RELATED TO CHILDREN

GENERAL PROVISIONS

62H.010           Definitions.

62H.020           “Child” defined.

62H.030           “Delinquent act” defined.

62H.040           “Division” defined.

62H.050           “Referral” defined.

STANDARDIZED SYSTEM FOR COLLECTING AND ANALYZING INFORMATION CONCERNING JUVENILE JUSTICE

Reporting of Information by Juvenile Court and Local Juvenile Probation Department

62H.100           Identification number for referred child.

62H.110           Date of birth and age of child; date of referral.

62H.120           Gender.

62H.130           Race.

62H.140           Composition of household.

62H.150           Most serious delinquent act.

62H.160           Codes for reporting delinquent acts committed against persons.

62H.170           Codes for reporting delinquent acts committed against property.

62H.180           Codes for reporting delinquent acts involving controlled substances.

62H.190           Codes for reporting delinquent acts committed against public peace and law and order.

62H.200           Most serious status offense.

62H.210           Most serious traffic offense.

62H.220           Administrative charge.

62H.230           Detention; dates of admission and release.

62H.240           Disposition of referral.

62H.250           Disposition of petition.

 

Reporting of Information by Youth Correctional Services

62H.300           Most serious delinquent act or offense.

62H.310           Date of placement in and release from facility.

62H.320           Placement.

62H.330           Education received.

62H.340           Vocational training received.

62H.350           Services for mental health received.

62H.360           Services for special needs received.

62H.370           Education or counseling for prevention of drug and alcohol abuse received.

62H.380           Training in social skills received.

62H.390           Medical education or services received.

62H.400           Training on understanding position of victim of crime.

62H.410           Activities.

62H.420           Date of placement on and termination of parole.

62H.430           Other services received or activities required.

62H.440           Level of intensity of services received.

62H.450           Nature of discharge.

 

Miscellaneous Provisions

62H.500           Authorization to collect and report further information.

62H.510           Proper method for reporting information.

62H.520           Maintenance by juvenile court and local juvenile probation department of list of identification numbers and confidentiality of children’s names.

62H.530           Availability of information to certain state agencies.

62H.540           Published reports of compiled information by Division.

62H.550           Quarterly report by juvenile courts and local juvenile probation departments; monthly report by youth correctional services.

 

 

GENERAL PROVISIONS

      NAC 62H.010  Definitions. (NRS 62H.200)  As used in NAC 62H.010 to 62H.550, inclusive, unless the context otherwise requires, the words and terms defined in NAC 62H.020 to 62H.050, inclusive, have the meanings ascribed to them in those sections.

     (Added to NAC by Div. of Child & Fam. Services, eff. 7-19-96)—(Substituted in revision for NAC 62.010)

      NAC 62H.020  “Child” defined. (NRS 62H.200)  “Child” has the meaning ascribed to it in NRS 62A.030.

     (Added to NAC by Div. of Child & Fam. Services, eff. 7-19-96)—(Substituted in revision for NAC 62.020)

      NAC 62H.030  “Delinquent act” defined. (NRS 62H.200)  “Delinquent act” means any act designated a crime under Nevada Revised Statutes, other than a traffic offense, with which a child or an adult may be charged.

     (Added to NAC by Div. of Child & Fam. Services, eff. 7-19-96)—(Substituted in revision for NAC 62.030)

      NAC 62H.040  “Division” defined. (NRS 62H.200)  “Division” means the Division of Child and Family Services of the Department of Health and Human Services.

     (Added to NAC by Div. of Child & Fam. Services, eff. 7-19-96)—(Substituted in revision for NAC 62.040)

      NAC 62H.050  “Referral” defined. (NRS 62H.200)  “Referral” means the point in time when a child is brought to the attention of the system of juvenile justice in this State and an official record is opened to document the child’s case.

     (Added to NAC by Div. of Child & Fam. Services, eff. 7-19-96)—(Substituted in revision for NAC 62.050)

STANDARDIZED SYSTEM FOR COLLECTING AND ANALYZING INFORMATION CONCERNING JUVENILE JUSTICE

Reporting of Information by Juvenile Court and Local Juvenile Probation Department

      NAC 62H.100  Identification number for referred child. (NRS 62H.200)

     1.  Each juvenile court and local juvenile probation department shall assign a nine-digit identification number to each child referred to the court or department. The identification number must be unique to the child. When reporting to the Division, the juvenile court and local juvenile probation department shall report the identification number and attach to it one of the following codes for its county:

 

Code

County

 

 

01C

Carson City

01S

Storey

02W

Washoe

03C

Churchill

03L

Lyon

04E

Elko

05M

Mineral

05N

Nye

05E

Esmeralda

06H

Humboldt

06P

Pershing

06L

Lander

07E

Eureka

07L

Lincoln

07W

White Pine

08C

Clark

09D

Douglas

 

     2.  If a child who has previously been assigned an identification number pursuant to this section is referred to a juvenile court other than the court that assigned the previous number, the juvenile court shall assign a new identification number to the child and report to the Division all identification numbers previously assigned to the child.

     (Added to NAC by Div. of Child & Fam. Services, eff. 7-19-96)—(Substituted in revision for NAC 62.100)

      NAC 62H.110  Date of birth and age of child; date of referral. (NRS 62H.200)  Each juvenile court and local juvenile probation department shall report to the Division the date of birth and age of each child referred to the court or department and the date of the child’s referral.

     (Added to NAC by Div. of Child & Fam. Services, eff. 7-19-96)—(Substituted in revision for NAC 62.110)

      NAC 62H.120  Gender. (NRS 62H.200)  Each juvenile court and local juvenile probation department shall report to the Division the gender of each child referred to the court or department using the following codes:

 

Code

Gender

 

 

01

Male

02

Female

 

     (Added to NAC by Div. of Child & Fam. Services, eff. 7-19-96)—(Substituted in revision for NAC 62.120)

      NAC 62H.130  Race. (NRS 62H.200)  Each juvenile court and local juvenile probation department shall report to the Division the race of each child referred to the court or department using the following codes:

 

Code

Race

 

 

01

White: Having origins in any of the original people of Europe, North Africa or the Middle East.

02

Black: Having origins in any of the black racial groups of Africa.

03

American Indian or Alaskan Native: Having origins in any of the original people of North America and maintaining a cultural identification with those people through tribal affiliation or community recognition.

04

Asian or Pacific Islander: Having origins in any of the original people of the Far East, Southeast Asia, the Indian Subcontinent, the Pacific Islands or Samoa.

05

Hispanic: Having origins in any of the original people of Mexico, Puerto Rico, Cuba, Central America or South America.

06

Mixed: Having origins in more than one of the races set forth in codes 01 to 05, inclusive.

 

     (Added to NAC by Div. of Child & Fam. Services, eff. 7-19-96)—(Substituted in revision for NAC 62.130)

      NAC 62H.140  Composition of household. (NRS 62H.200)  Each juvenile court and local juvenile probation department shall report to the Division the composition of the household in which each child referred to the court or department resides using the following codes:

 

Code

Composition of Household

 

 

01

Both parents present.

02

Only one parent present.

03

Relative or guardian present.

04

Institutional setting.

05

Family foster home or group foster home.

06

Child living independently.

 

     (Added to NAC by Div. of Child & Fam. Services, eff. 7-19-96)—(Substituted in revision for NAC 62.140)

      NAC 62H.150  Most serious delinquent act. (NRS 62H.200)

     1.  Each juvenile court and local juvenile probation department shall report to the Division the following information for each child referred to the court or department:

     (a) The most serious delinquent act with which the child is charged on referral;

     (b) The most serious delinquent act which is set forth in any petition filed regarding the child; and

     (c) The most serious delinquent act of which the child is adjudicated delinquent or to which the child pleaded guilty.

     2.  The court and department shall report the information required by subsection 1 using the codes for delinquent acts set forth in NAC 62H.160 to 62H.190, inclusive.

     3.  If any delinquent act required to be reported pursuant to subsection 1 is for:

     (a) An attempt to commit a delinquent act, the code must be followed by the letter “A.”

     (b) Conspiracy to commit a delinquent act, the code must be followed by the letter “C.”

     (c) An offense which would be a felony if committed by an adult, the code must be followed by the letter “F.”

     (d) An offense which would be a gross misdemeanor if committed by an adult, the code must be followed by the letter “G.”

     (Added to NAC by Div. of Child & Fam. Services, eff. 7-19-96)—(Substituted in revision for NAC 62.150)

      NAC 62H.160  Codes for reporting delinquent acts committed against persons. (NRS 62H.200)  The following codes for delinquent acts committed against the person must be used:

 

Code

Delinquent Act

 

 

01

Manslaughter (NRS 200.040).

 

Voluntary manslaughter (NRS 200.050).

02

Involuntary manslaughter (NRS 200.070).

03

Sexual assault (NRS 200.366).

04

Statutory sexual seduction (NRS 200.368).

 

Incest (NRS 201.180).

05

Pandering (NRS 201.300 to 201.340, inclusive).

 

Prostitution (NRS 201.354, 201.358 and 201.360).

 

Solicitation of a minor to engage in acts constituting a crime against nature (NRS 201.195).

06

Open or gross lewdness (NRS 201.210).

 

Indecent or obscene exposure (NRS 201.220).

 

Lewdness with a child under 14 years of age (NRS 201.230).

07

Robbery (NRS 200.380).

08

Battery with a deadly weapon (paragraphs (e) and (g) of subsection 2 of NRS 200.481).

 

Battery with intent to commit a crime (NRS 200.400).

 

Mayhem (NRS 200.280).

 

Assault with a deadly weapon (paragraph (b) of subsection 2 of NRS 200.471).

09

Battery (paragraphs (a) to (d), inclusive, and paragraph (f) of subsection 2 of NRS 200.481).

 

Assault (paragraphs (a) and (c) of subsection 2 of NRS 200.471 and NRS 200.490).

10

Kidnapping (NRS 200.310 and 200.359).

 

False imprisonment (NRS 200.460).

11

Abuse, neglect, or endangerment of a child (NRS 200.508).

 

Harassment (NRS 200.571).

 

Stalking (NRS 200.575).

12

Discharging a firearm at or into a structure, vehicle, aircraft or watercraft (NRS 202.285).

 

Aiming a firearm at a human being or discharging a weapon where a person might be endangered (NRS 202.290).

 

Willfully poisoning or adulterating food, water or medicine (NRS 202.170).

 

Possession of a firearm when under the influence of alcohol, a controlled substance or other intoxicating substance (NRS 202.257).

 

Discharging a firearm in or upon public streets (NRS 202.280).

 

Discharging a firearm out of a motor vehicle (NRS 202.287).

 

     (Added to NAC by Div. of Child & Fam. Services, eff. 7-19-96)—(Substituted in revision for NAC 62.160)

      NAC 62H.170  Codes for reporting delinquent acts committed against property. (NRS 62H.200)  The following codes for delinquent acts committed against property must be used:

 

Code

Delinquent Act

13

Larceny (NRS 205.220).

14

Burglary (NRS 205.060).

 

Invasion of the home (NRS 205.067).

 

Burglary with explosives (NRS 205.075).

 

Possession of an instrument with burglarious intent (NRS 205.080).

15

Trespassing (NRS 207.200).

16

Unlawful taking of a vehicle (NRS 205.2715).

 

Receiving or transferring stolen vehicles (NRS 205.273).

 

Injuring or tampering with a vehicle (NRS 205.274).

17

Arson (NRS 205.010 to 205.030, inclusive).

 

Use of explosives to damage or destroy property (NRS 202.830).

 

Bomb threats (NRS 202.840).

 

Unlawful possession of explosives in a state building (NRS 202.810).

18

Malicious mischief (NRS 206.005 to 206.330, inclusive).

19

Theft (NRS 205.0832).

 

Receiving, possessing or withholding stolen goods (NRS 205.275).

20

Fraudulent conveyances (NRS 205.330).

 

Sale or removal of goods subject to a security interest by a debtor in possession of the goods without the consent of the secured party (NRS 205.335).

 

Sale or creation of a security interest in personal property subject to a security interest or lien without informing the purchaser or secured party (NRS 205.340).

 

Destruction or removal of personal property upon which a security interest or lease exists (NRS 205.345).

 

Removal or sale of property to defraud creditors (NRS 205.350).

 

Fraudulent sale or concealment of personal property after an action is commenced or a judgment is rendered (NRS 205.355).

 

Knowingly receiving a fraudulent conveyance (NRS 205.360).

 

Fraudulently selling real estate twice (NRS 205.365).

 

Swindling (NRS 205.370).

 

False written statements to obtain property or credit (NRS 205.375).

 

Obtaining money, property, rent or labor by false pretenses (NRS 205.380).

 

Obtaining a signature by false pretenses (NRS 205.390).

 

False representation concerning title to property (NRS 205.295).

 

Fraud by the bailee of an animal (NRS 205.400).

 

Falsifying accounts (NRS 205.405).

 

Improper use of an insigne (NRS 205.410).

 

Collecting for benefit without authority (NRS 205.415).

 

Use of a false permit, license or diploma (NRS 205.420).

 

Publishing a false statement to affect market price (NRS 205.440).

 

Defrauding the proprietor of a hotel, inn, restaurant, motel or similar establishment (NRS 205.445).

 

Personating another (NRS 205.450).

 

Personating another same as stealing (NRS 205.455).

 

Preparation, transfer or use of false identification regarding a person under 21 years (NRS 205.460).

 

Possession or sale of a document to establish false status or identity (NRS 205.465).

 

Unlawful acts regarding computers (NRS 205.4765).

 

Unlawful interference with or denial of access or use of a computer, system or network (NRS 205.477).

 

Forgery by creation, alteration or deletion of data (NRS 205.481).

 

False statement to procure the issuance of a credit card (NRS 205.680).

 

Obtaining or possessing a credit card or an identifying description of a credit card or account without the consent of the cardholder (NRS 205.690).

 

Sale or purchase of a credit card or an identifying description of a credit card or account (NRS 205.710).

 

Sale of identifying information on a telephone calling card (NRS 205.715).

 

Obtaining control of a credit card as security for a debt (NRS 205.720).

 

Forgery of a credit card (NRS 205.740).

 

Unauthorized signing of a credit card or a related document with the intent to defraud (NRS 205.750).

 

Fraudulent use of a credit card or an identifying description of a credit account (NRS 205.760).

 

Possession of incomplete credit cards or equipment to produce credit cards (NRS 205.790).

 

Receiving property or services obtained by the unlawful use of a credit card (NRS 205.800).

 

Forgery of conveyances, negotiable instruments, stock certificates, wills and other instruments (NRS 205.090).

 

Other acts constituting forgery (NRS 205.095).

 

Making, uttering or possessing with the intent to utter a fictitious bill, note or check (NRS 205.100).

 

Forgery of an instrument purporting to have been issued by a corporation or state (NRS 205.105).

 

Uttering forged instruments (NRS 205.110).

 

True writing signed by a wrongdoer’s name or the name of a person not in existence (NRS 205.115).

21

Violation of a county or municipal ordinance or a rule or regulation by a child living or found within the county which would be a crime if committed by an adult (NRS 62B.330).

 

 

     (Added to NAC by Div. of Child & Fam. Services, eff. 7-19-96)—(Substituted in revision for NAC 62.170)

      NAC 62H.180  Codes for reporting delinquent acts involving controlled substances. (NRS 62H.200)

     1.  The following codes for delinquent acts involving controlled substances must be used:

 

Code

Delinquent Act

 

 

22

Trafficking in controlled substances: Schedule I substances except marijuana (NRS 453.3385).

 

Trafficking in controlled substances: Schedule II substances (NRS 453.3395).

 

Unlawful possession for sale of substances classified in schedule III, IV or V (NRS 453.338).

23

Unlawful possession of a controlled substance not for purpose of sale (NRS 453.336).

24

Trafficking in controlled substances: Marijuana (NRS 453.339).

25

Offer, attempt or commission of an unauthorized act relating to a controlled or counterfeit substance (NRS 453.321).

 

Substitution of a substance in an unlawful transaction.

 

Unlawful acts relating to distribution of certain controlled substances by registrants and use of an unauthorized registration number and possession of signed blank prescription forms (NRS 453.331).

 

Unlawful possession for sale of substances classified in schedule I or II (NRS 453.337).

26

Opening or maintaining of a place for unlawful sale, gift or use of a controlled substance (NRS 453.316).

 

Unlawful acts relating to imitation controlled substances (NRS 453.332).

 

Unlawful acts relating to recordkeeping, inspections and knowingly keeping or maintaining a place where controlled substances are unlawfully used (NRS 453.326).

 

     2.  If code 22, 23, 25 or 26 is reported, it must be followed by one of the following codes denoting whether the controlled substance possessed, used or sold was cocaine, cocaine base, a methamphetamine, lysergic acid diethylamide or heroin:

 

Code

Controlled Substance

 

 

(a)

Cocaine or cocaine base

(b)

Methamphetamines

(c)

Lysergic acid diethylamide

(d)

Heroin

 

     (Added to NAC by Div. of Child & Fam. Services, eff. 7-19-96)—(Substituted in revision for NAC 62.180)

      NAC 62H.190  Codes for reporting delinquent acts committed against public peace and law and order. (NRS 62H.200)  The following codes for delinquent acts committed against public peace and law and order must be used:

 

Code

Delinquent Act

 

 

27

Sale or furnishing of an alcoholic beverage to a minor (NRS 202.055).

 

Preparation, transfer or use of false identification regarding person under 21 years of age (NRS 205.460).

 

Sale, gift or disposal of liquor in the capitol (NRS 331.190).

 

Sale of liquor within a half mile of an institution of the Department of Corrections (NRS 212.180).

 

Furnishing intoxicant to a person lawfully confined in a jail or a detention facility (NRS 212.170).

28

Disturbing the peace (NRS 203.010).

 

Assembling to disturb the peace or to commit an unlawful act (NRS 203.020).

 

Provoking a commission of the breach of peace (NRS 203.030).

 

Publishing matter inciting the breach of peace or other crime (NRS 203.040).

 

Affray (NRS 203.050).

 

Unlawful assembly (NRS 203.060).

 

Rout and riot (NRS 203.070).

 

Armed association (NRS 203.080).

 

Disturbing meeting (NRS 203.090).

 

Offenses in public conveyances (NRS 203.100).

 

Forcible entry and detainer (NRS 203.110).

 

Criminal anarchy (NRS 203.115).

 

Criminal syndicalism (NRS 203.117).

 

Commission of an act in a public building or an area interfering with the peaceful conduct of activities (NRS 203.119).

29

Possession, manufacture or disposition of a short-barreled rifle or a short-barreled shotgun (NRS 202.275).

 

Manufacture or importation of a dangerous weapon; possession or use of a silencer or a dangerous weapon; carrying a concealed weapon without a permit (NRS 202.350).

 

Sale or possession of tear gas bombs or weapons which are not permitted under NRS 202.370 to 202.440, inclusive (NRS 202.380).

 

Furnishing a weapon, facsimile, intoxicant or controlled substance to a state prisoner (NRS 212.160).

 

Use or possession of a firearm by a child under age of 18 years (NRS 202.300).

 

Drawing a deadly weapon in a threatening manner (NRS 202.320).

 

Changing, altering, removing or obliterating a serial number of a firearm (NRS 202.277).

30

Aiding or concealing the escape of an inmate (NRS 63.610).

 

Rescuing a prisoner (NRS 199.100).

31

Acts or omissions constituting contempts (NRS 22.010).

 

Refusal to obey an order of the court (NRS 35.240).

 

Disobedience as a witness (NRS 50.195).

 

Resisting a public officer (NRS 199.280).

 

Intimidating a public officer, public employee, juror, referee, arbitrator, appraiser, assessor or similar person (NRS 199.300).

 

Preventing or dissuading a witness or victim from reporting a crime or commencing prosecution (NRS 199.305).

 

Criminal contempt (NRS 199.340).

 

Failure to appear after admission to bail (NRS 199.335).

 

Perjury and subornation of perjury (NRS 199.120).

 

Destroying evidence (NRS 199.220).

 

Preventing or dissuading a person from testifying or producing evidence (NRS 199.230).

 

Bribing or intimidating a witness to influence testimony (NRS 199.240).

 

Bribery of a judicial officer (NRS 199.010).

 

     (Added to NAC by Div. of Child & Fam. Services, eff. 7-19-96)—(Substituted in revision for NAC 62.190)

      NAC 62H.200  Most serious status offense. (NRS 62H.200)

     1.  Each juvenile court and local juvenile probation department shall report to the Division the following information for each child referred to the court or department:

     (a) The most serious status offense with which the child is charged on referral;

     (b) The most serious status offense which is set forth in any petition filed regarding the child; and

     (c) The most serious status offense of which the child is adjudicated delinquent or to which the child pleaded guilty.

     2.  The court and department shall report the information required by subsection 1 using the following codes:

 

Code

Status Offense

 

 

32

Deserts, abandons or runs away from his or her home or usual place of abode (paragraph (c) of subsection 1 of NRS 62B.320).

33

Habitual truancy by a child who is subject to compulsory school attendance (paragraph (a) of subsection 1 of NRS 62B.320).

34

Violation of a county or municipal ordinance or a rule or regulation by a child living or found within the county which would not be a crime if committed by an adult (NRS 62B.330).

35

Habitually disobeys the reasonable and lawful demands of his or her parents, guardian, or other custodian, and is unmanageable (paragraph (b) of subsection 1 of NRS 62B.320).

36

Purchase, consumption or possession of an alcoholic beverage by a minor (NRS 202.020).

 

Minor loitering in a place where alcoholic beverages are sold (NRS 202.030).

 

False representation by a minor to obtain intoxicating liquor (NRS 202.040).

 

     3.  If code 35 is reported, it must be followed by one of the following codes denoting whether the violation concerned gaming, tobacco or a curfew.

 

Code

Subject Matter

 

 

(a)

Gaming

(b)

Tobacco

(c)

Curfew

 

     4.  As used in this section, “status offense” means:

     (a) A delinquent act as defined in NRS 62B.330 which would not be a crime if committed by an adult;

     (b) An act indicating a child is in need of supervision pursuant to NRS 62B.320; or

     (c) An offense with which only children may be charged because an element of the offense is the status of age.

     (Added to NAC by Div. of Child & Fam. Services, eff. 7-19-96)—(Substituted in revision for NAC 62.200)

      NAC 62H.210  Most serious traffic offense. (NRS 62H.200)

     1.  Each juvenile court and local juvenile probation department shall report to the Division the following information for each child referred to the court or department:

     (a) The most serious traffic offense with which the child is charged on referral;

     (b) The most serious traffic offense which is set forth in any petition filed regarding the child; and

     (c) The most serious traffic offense of which the child is adjudicated delinquent or to which the child pleaded guilty.

     2.  The court and department shall report the information required by subsection 1 using the following codes:

 

Code

Offense

 

 

37

Driving under the influence of an intoxicating liquor or a controlled substance (NRS 484C.110 and 484C.430).

38

Failure to stop at the scene of an accident involving death (NRS 484E.010).

 

Failure to stop at the scene of an accident involving damage to a vehicle or property (NRS 484E.020).

 

     (Added to NAC by Div. of Child & Fam. Services, eff. 7-19-96)—(Substituted in revision for NAC 62.210)

      NAC 62H.220  Administrative charge. (NRS 62H.200)  Each juvenile court and local juvenile probation department shall report to the Division any administrative charge made against a child referred to the court or department using the following codes:

 

Code

Administrative Charge

 

 

39

Hold the child for proceedings in a juvenile court in another judicial district.

40

Issuance of a bench warrant for the arrest of the child for a violation of any condition of probation.

41

Violation of a condition of parole after institutionalization in a regional facility for children or violation of a condition of probation which does not constitute a crime.

42

Violation of a condition of parole set by the Youth Parole Bureau of the Division which does not constitute a crime.

 

     (Added to NAC by Div. of Child & Fam. Services, eff. 7-19-96)—(Substituted in revision for NAC 62.220)

      NAC 62H.230  Detention; dates of admission and release. (NRS 62H.200)  Each juvenile court and local juvenile probation department shall report to the Division whether a child referred to the court or department was detained and if so, the month, day and year the child was admitted to detention and the month, day and year the child was released from detention.

     (Added to NAC by Div. of Child & Fam. Services, eff. 7-19-96)—(Substituted in revision for NAC 62.230)

      NAC 62H.240  Disposition of referral. (NRS 62H.200)  Each juvenile court and local juvenile probation department shall report to the Division the disposition of the referral of each child using the following codes:

 

Code

Disposition

 

 

01

Transferred for trial as an adult upon certification by the juvenile court (NRS 62B.390).

02

Proceeding filed directly in district court with no juvenile proceeding.

03

Prosecution deferred for the child to satisfy a condition set by the court.

04

Released from detention and from further court proceedings and transferred to the jurisdiction of a public or private institution or agency.

05

Unconditionally released or referred to receive services on a voluntary basis.

06

Imposition of a fine, costs, restitution or a requirement to forfeit the tools of the crime, but no requirement for supervision.

07

Assigned to the local juvenile probation department for probation.

08

Placement in a regional facility for children or a facility for the detention of children that is administered or financed by the county, that has locked or continually monitored exits and that monitors and restricts the daily movements of the children placed in the facility.

09

Placement in a regional facility for children or a facility for the detention of children that is administered or financed by the county, that does not have locked or continually monitored exits and that monitors the daily movements of the children placed in the facility on a random basis only.

10

Assigned to a group or family foster home or other residential placement.

11

Assigned to the custody of the Division.

12

Given a single sanction, the satisfaction of which releases the child from all further involvement in the system of juvenile justice in this State.

 

     (Added to NAC by Div. of Child & Fam. Services, eff. 7-19-96)—(Substituted in revision for NAC 62.240)

      NAC 62H.250  Disposition of petition. (NRS 62H.200)  Each juvenile court and local juvenile probation department shall report to the Division:

     1.  Whether a petition is filed regarding a child referred to the court or department and, if so, the date of the petition; and

     2.  The disposition of each petition filed using the following codes:

 

Code

Disposition

 

 

01

Child adjudicated delinquent and made a ward of the court.

02

Child found not guilty and the petition dismissed with prejudice.

03

Adjudication deferred until the child has satisfied a condition imposed by the court.

04

Child adjudicated delinquent and committed to the Division for correctional care.

05

Petition was dismissed because the child accepted a plea bargain on another petition.

06

Petition was dismissed after the child satisfied a condition of the court.

 

     (Added to NAC by Div. of Child & Fam. Services, eff. 7-19-96)—(Substituted in revision for NAC 62.250)

Reporting of Information by Youth Correctional Services

      NAC 62H.300  Most serious delinquent act or offense. (NRS 62H.200)  The staff of the youth correctional services shall report to the Division the most serious delinquent act or offense which resulted in a child’s placement in the custody of the Division using the appropriate code set forth in NAC 62H.160 to 62H.210, inclusive.

     (Added to NAC by Div. of Child & Fam. Services, eff. 7-19-96)—(Substituted in revision for NAC 62.300)

      NAC 62H.310  Date of placement in and release from facility. (NRS 62H.200)  The staff of the youth correctional services shall report to the Division the date a child is placed in a facility by the Division and the date he or she is released.

     (Added to NAC by Div. of Child & Fam. Services, eff. 7-19-96)—(Substituted in revision for NAC 62.310)

      NAC 62H.320  Placement. (NRS 62H.200)  The staff of the youth correctional services shall report to the Division information on the placement of each child committed to or otherwise placed in the custody of the Division using the following codes:

 

Code

Placement

 

 

01

Placed with the Nevada Youth Training Center Bureau.

02

Placed with the Caliente Youth Center Bureau.

03

Placed pursuant to NRS 62E.520 and 63.440 for psychiatric services or other residential services for mental health.

04

Placed in a residential treatment program for children under 12 years of age.

05

Placed in a private facility pursuant to NRS 63.440.

 

     (Added to NAC by Div. of Child & Fam. Services, eff. 7-19-96)—(Substituted in revision for NAC 62.320)

      NAC 62H.330  Education received. (NRS 62H.200)  The staff of the youth correctional services shall report to the Division information regarding the education received by a child committed to or otherwise placed in the custody of the Division while in a placement facility or while on parole using the following codes:

 

Code

Education

 

 

Academic education

 

01(a)

High school education.

01(b)

Junior high or middle school education.

02

Special education.

03

Classes required for a general equivalency diploma.

 

 

Vocational education

 

04(a)

Classes on operating and programming computers.

04(b)

Classes on learning the trade of construction.

04(c)

Classes on learning the trade of food service.

04(d)

Classes on learning to work on motor vehicles.

04(e)

Classes on learning the trade of graphic design.

04(f)

Classes on learning the trade of an electrician.

04(g)

Classes on learning the trade of the hotel industry.

04(h)

Classes on learning the trade of landscaping.

04(i)

Classes on learning how to repair and work on small engines.

05

Tutoring.

06

Screening and assessment to determine learning difficulties and needs for education.

07

Other education services.

 

     (Added to NAC by Div. of Child & Fam. Services, eff. 7-19-96)—(Substituted in revision for NAC 62.330)

      NAC 62H.340  Vocational training received. (NRS 62H.200)  The staff of the youth correctional services shall report to the Division information regarding any vocational training received by a child committed to or otherwise placed in the custody of the Division while in a placement facility or on parole using the following codes:

 

Code

Vocational Training

 

 

08

General vocational training.

09

Training to update employment skills.

10

Training to develop new employment skills.

11

Other vocational services.

 

     (Added to NAC by Div. of Child & Fam. Services, eff. 7-19-96)—(Substituted in revision for NAC 62.340)

      NAC 62H.350  Services for mental health received. (NRS 62H.200)  The staff of the youth correctional services shall report to the Division information regarding any services for mental health received by a child committed to or otherwise placed in the custody of the Division while in a placement facility or on parole using the following codes:

 

Code

Services for Mental Health

 

 

12

Counseling on general mental health issues, administered on an individual basis.

13

Counseling on general mental health issues, administered on a group basis.

14

Counseling on mental health issues affecting a family.

15

Counseling and support from peers on general mental health issues.

16

Training or therapy received for the development of cognitive skills.

17

Counseling on mental health issues common to sex offenders.

 

     (Added to NAC by Div. of Child & Fam. Services, eff. 7-19-96)—(Substituted in revision for NAC 62.350)

      NAC 62H.360  Services for special needs received. (NRS 62H.200)  The staff of the youth correctional services shall report to the Division information regarding any services for special needs received by a child committed to or otherwise placed in the custody of the Division while in a placement facility or on parole using the following codes:

 

Code

Services for Special Needs

 

 

18

Counseling for sex offenders.

19

Counseling on managing anger.

20

Counseling on handling aggression.

21

Counseling on dealing with gangs and recognizing the dangers and effects of associating with gangs.

22

Counseling on preventing the spread of the human immunodeficiency virus.

23

Counseling on preventing the perpetration of domestic abuse.

24

Counseling on preventing the perpetration of sexual abuse.

25

Counseling on preventing the perpetration of arson.

26

Other counseling for a special need.

 

     (Added to NAC by Div. of Child & Fam. Services, eff. 7-19-96)—(Substituted in revision for NAC 62.360)

      NAC 62H.370  Education or counseling for prevention of drug and alcohol abuse received. (NRS 62H.200)  The staff of the youth correctional services shall report to the Division information regarding any education or counseling for the prevention of drug and alcohol abuse received by a child committed to or otherwise placed in the custody of the Division while in a placement facility or on parole using the following codes:

 

Code

Education or Counseling

 

 

27

Education on the prevention of drug or alcohol abuse.

28

Treatment for drug or alcohol abusers, administered on an individual basis.

29

Treatment for drug or alcohol abusers, administered on a group basis.

30(a)

Treatment received from “Narcotics Anonymous.”

30(b)

Treatment received from “Cocaine Anonymous World Services.”

30(c)

Treatment received from “Alcoholics Anonymous World Services.”

30(d)

Treatment received from “Rational Recovery Systems.”

 

     (Added to NAC by Div. of Child & Fam. Services, eff. 7-19-96)—(Substituted in revision for NAC 62.370)

      NAC 62H.380  Training in social skills received. (NRS 62H.200)  The staff of the youth correctional services shall report to the Division information regarding any training in social skills received by a child committed to or otherwise placed in the custody of the Division while in a placement facility or on parole using the following codes:

 

Code

Training

 

 

31

Training in the skills of communication and interaction.

32

Training in the skill of interacting with peers.

33

Training in the skill of parenting for teenagers.

34

Training in the skill of living independently.

35

Training on dealing with persons of different cultures.

36

Other training in social skills.

 

     (Added to NAC by Div. of Child & Fam. Services, eff. 7-19-96)—(Substituted in revision for NAC 62.380)

      NAC 62H.390  Medical education or services received. (NRS 62H.200)  The staff of the youth correctional services shall report to the Division information regarding any medical education and services received by a child committed to or otherwise placed in the custody of the Division while in a placement facility or on parole using the following codes:

 

Code

Medical Education or Services

 

 

37

Education on the risk of exposure to and infection with the human immunodeficiency virus and contraction of the acquired immune deficiency syndrome.

38

Education on avoiding health complications.

39

General medical services.

40

Education on dealing with the effects of sexual abuse.

41

Education on dealing with the effects of domestic abuse.

 

     (Added to NAC by Div. of Child & Fam. Services, eff. 7-19-96)—(Substituted in revision for NAC 62.390)

      NAC 62H.400  Training on understanding position of victim of crime. (NRS 62H.200)  The staff of the youth correctional services shall report to the Division information regarding any training on understanding the position of a victim of crime received by a child committed to or otherwise placed in the custody of the Division while in a placement facility or on parole using the following codes:

 

Code

Training

 

 

42

Training on empathizing with the victim of a crime.

43

Training to be aware of the effects of an act of crime.

44

Other training regarding sensitivity towards victims of crime.

 

     (Added to NAC by Div. of Child & Fam. Services, eff. 7-19-96)—(Substituted in revision for NAC 62.400)

      NAC 62H.410  Activities. (NRS 62H.200)  The staff of the youth correctional services shall report to the Division information regarding any activities engaged in by a child committed to or otherwise placed in the custody of the Division while in a placement facility or on parole using the following codes:

 

Code

Activities

 

 

45

Recreational or athletic programs.

46

Community service.

47

Time served as a volunteer for the forestry crew of the Bureau of Land Management.

48

Time served as a volunteer for the fire crew of the Division of Forestry of the State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.

 

     (Added to NAC by Div. of Child & Fam. Services, eff. 7-19-96)—(Substituted in revision for NAC 62.410)

      NAC 62H.420  Date of placement on and termination of parole. (NRS 62H.200)  The staff of the youth correctional services shall report to the Division the date a child committed to or otherwise placed in the custody of the Division is placed on parole and the date the child’s parole is terminated by a court.

     (Added to NAC by Div. of Child & Fam. Services, eff. 7-19-96)—(Substituted in revision for NAC 62.420)

      NAC 62H.430  Other services received or activities required. (NRS 62H.200)  In addition to the information required by NAC 62H.320 to 62H.410, inclusive, the staff of the youth correctional services shall report to the Division if any of the following services were received by or activities were required of a child committed to or otherwise placed in the custody of the Division while on parole, using the following codes:

 

Code

Services

 

 

49(a)

Services of a foster home.

49(b)

Services of placement pursuant to a contract with the Division.

49(c)

Treatment for substance abuse.

49(d)

Treatment for problems with mental health.

50

Participation in community services.

51

Referrals for employment opportunities.

52

Assistance in locating housing for a family.

53

Payment of restitution to the family of the victim.

54

Counseling for groups of parents on issues related to raising a family.

55

Treatment for mental health issues common to persons who have committed a specific offense, administered through a program offered during the day outside of an institution.

56

Specialized services performed by a private entity which has a contract with the Division to perform the services.

57

Testing for general medical problems.

 

     (Added to NAC by Div. of Child & Fam. Services, eff. 7-19-96)—(Substituted in revision for NAC 62.430)

      NAC 62H.440  Level of intensity of services received. (NRS 62H.200)  The staff of the youth correctional services shall report to the Division the level of intensity of the services received by a child committed to or otherwise placed in the custody of the Division from parole officers while on parole using the following codes:

 

Code

Level of Intensity

 

 

58(a)

Intensive

58(b)

Standard

58(c)

Minimal

 

     (Added to NAC by Div. of Child & Fam. Services, eff. 7-19-96)—(Substituted in revision for NAC 62.440)

      NAC 62H.450  Nature of discharge. (NRS 62H.200)  The staff of the youth correctional services shall report to the Division the nature of the discharge of each child from the custody of the Division, using the following codes:

 

Code

Nature of Discharge

 

 

Positive Termination

 

01(a)

Employed and living independently.

01(b)

Attending school and living with parents or guardians.

01(c)

Attending school, employed and living independently.

01(d)

Employed and living with parents or guardians.

01(e)

Attending college or trade school and living on the campus of that school.

01(f)

Completion of all conditions of parole and living with parents or guardians.

01(g)

Completion of all conditions of parole and living independently.

 

 

General Termination

 

02(a)

Living with parents or guardians and there has been no subsequent arrest, but there has been a technical violation of parole.

02(b)

Child is at least 18 years of age, is living away from home, has not been subsequently arrested for a felony, and did not complete the educational or work program, or both, required pursuant to NRS 63.730.

02(c)

Child is at least 18 years of age, is living with parents or guardians, has not been subsequently arrested for a felony, and did not complete the educational or work program, or both, required pursuant to NRS 63.730.

 

 

Negative Termination

 

03(a)

Arrested as an adult and a court proceeding is pending regarding the arrest.

03(b)

Child did not complete the educational or work program, or both, required pursuant to NRS 63.730 and is not amenable to services provided by the system of juvenile justice in this State.

03(c)

Child is absent without leave at the time of termination.

 

 

Death

 

04(a)

Death by natural causes.

04(b)

Death by accident.

04(c)

Death by suicide.

04(d)

Death by homicide.

 

     (Added to NAC by Div. of Child & Fam. Services, eff. 7-19-96)—(Substituted in revision for NAC 62.450)

Miscellaneous Provisions

      NAC 62H.500  Authorization to collect and report further information. (NRS 62H.200)  The provisions of NAC 62H.010 to 62H.550, inclusive, do not prohibit the collection and reporting of information that is not required to be collected and reported by those provisions.

     (Added to NAC by Div. of Child & Fam. Services, eff. 7-19-96)—(Substituted in revision for NAC 62.500)

      NAC 62H.510  Proper method for reporting information. (NRS 62H.200)  Each juvenile court and local juvenile probation department which reports information pursuant to NAC 62H.010 to 62H.550, inclusive:

     1.  On paper and not by electronic or computer transmission shall report the information on a form provided by the Division of Child and Family Services.

     2.  Electronically shall report the information in the format required by the Division of Enterprise Information Technology Services of the Department of Administration or in any other format required by the Division of Child and Family Services.

     (Added to NAC by Div. of Child & Fam. Services, eff. 7-19-96)—(Substituted in revision for NAC 62.510)

      NAC 62H.520  Maintenance by juvenile court and local juvenile probation department of list of identification numbers and confidentiality of children’s names. (NRS 62H.200)  Each juvenile court and local juvenile probation department shall maintain:

     1.  A list that correlates the name of each child referred to the court or department with the child’s unique identification number.

     2.  The confidentiality of each child’s name and shall not report the name or address of any child to the Division.

     (Added to NAC by Div. of Child & Fam. Services, eff. 7-19-96)—(Substituted in revision for NAC 62.520)

      NAC 62H.530  Availability of information to certain state agencies. (NRS 62H.200)  A state agency which provides information to the Division pursuant to NAC 62H.010 to 62H.550, inclusive, may obtain any information collected pursuant to NAC 62H.010 to 62H.550, inclusive, from the central office of the Division in Las Vegas, Nevada. The information will be stored on computer and will be provided to a requesting agency electronically by modem or on a diskette.

     (Added to NAC by Div. of Child & Fam. Services, eff. 7-19-96)—(Substituted in revision for NAC 62.530)

      NAC 62H.540  Published reports of compiled information by Division. (NRS 62H.200)  The Division will compile the information received by it pursuant to NAC 62H.010 to 62H.550, inclusive, and will publish once in each calendar year and once in each fiscal year a report of the information, organized into the following categories:

     1.  The ages of the children:

     (a) Who are first referred to the system of juvenile justice in this State.

     (b) Who are committed to a regional facility for children.

     (c) Who are committed to a center for youths that is administered by the State.

     2.  The race or other ethnic background of the children.

     (a) Who are first referred to the system of juvenile justice in this State.

     (b) Who are committed to a regional facility for children.

     (c) Who are committed to a state center for youths that is administered by the State.

     (Added to NAC by Div. of Child & Fam. Services, eff. 7-19-96)—(Substituted in revision for NAC 62.540)

      NAC 62H.550  Quarterly report by juvenile courts and local juvenile probation departments; monthly report by youth correctional services. (NRS 62H.200)

     1.  Each juvenile court and local juvenile probation department shall, for each quarter of each fiscal year:

     (a) Report to the Division the information required by NAC 62H.010 to 62H.550, inclusive, for each child referred to the court or department whose case is closed or wardship terminated during the quarter; and

     (b) Submit such information electronically or manually to the Division no later than the 15th of the month following the close of each quarter.

     2.  The staff of the youth correctional services shall, for each month:

     (a) Report to the Division the information required by NAC 62H.010 to 62H.550, inclusive, for each child committed to or otherwise placed in the custody of the Division whose case has been closed or wardship terminated during the month by the Nevada Youth Training Center, the Caliente Youth Center, or the Youth Parole Bureau of the Division; and

     (b) Submit such information electronically or manually to the Division no later than the 15th of the following month.

     (Added to NAC by Div. of Child & Fam. Services, eff. 7-19-96)—(Substituted in revision for NAC 62.550)