Can a juvenile in jail or detention get visits?

The parents of the juvenile can visit, and in some centers, others can too...

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Can a juvenile in jail or detention get visits?

Juveniles are allowed visits only from their parents and/or legal guardians. Some juvenile detention centers allow other family members such as grandparents, siblings, aunts, uncles and cousins.

 

Note: Juvenile names are not public. To find out the vitiation policies for your juvenile detention center or to find out how to visit someone you know, begin your search for an inmate or arrestee here:

 

To find your jail or prison visitation policies, begin by finding the facility or prison system here:

 

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