Juvenile Hall

Chief Officer Michael Daly, Probation
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Matt Perry

Matt Perry, Director

The Juvenile Hall provides 24 hour care to youth that have been detained under 602 or 601 of the Welfare and Institutions Code. Marin County Office of Education operates a school within Juvenile Hall and the Public Health Department has staff located within the facility to provide for medical needs. In addition to providing close supervision of detained youth, the Juvenile Hall offers a variety of recreational and support programs and a cafeteria in compliance with Title 15 (operations, staffing and training) and Title 24 (physical facility) of the California Code of Regulations. The Probation Department provides mental health services in Juvenile Hall, including an initial screening, crisis intervention and referrals to appropriate programming after release from custody. This service is integrated with the mental health program, PORTAL, which is located at Juvenile Services.

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"My Child is in Juvenile Hall — What Happens Now?"

The Probation Department takes great pride in its ability to operate a safe, secure and comprehensive detention facility, which serves its dual purposes of meeting the needs of minor detainees and assuring the safety and protection of all members of the community. The Probation Department has prepared Frequently Asked Questions to answer questions many parents have when their child has been detained in Marin County Juvenile Hall for the first time. We urge you to read this completely and then contact either your child’s probation officer or Juvenile Hall staff with more questions.

Before your visit, please read the Visiting Rules.

NOTE: ALL VISITORS ARE SUBJECT TO SEARCH UPON ENTERING JUVENILE HALL

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"A Mi Hijo ha Sido Referido al Departamento de Probación Juvenil — ¿Que Pasara Ahora?"

El Departamento de Probatoria se enorgullece de operar un centro de detención seguro, el cual cumple con el doble propósito de atender las necesidades de los menores detenidos y la seguridad y protección de todos los miembros de la comunidad. El Departamento de Probatoria preparado una lista de las Preguntas más Frecuentes que los padres hacen con respecto a los menores cuando han sido detenidos en el Centro Juvenil de el Condado de Marin por primera vez. Le urgimos que las lea completamente antes de contactar al oficial de probatoria del menor o al personal del centro de detención con consultas adicionales.

Antes de su visita, por favor, lea las Reglas para las Visitas.

TODOS LOS VISITANTES PODRAN SER REGISTRADOS ANTES DE INGRESAR AL CENTRO DE DETENCIÓN JUVENIL