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  211.500.  Establishment of regional juvenile detention districts, when. — 1.  Any two or more counties within the state may form an agreement to establish a regional juvenile detention district.  The district shall have a boundary which includes the areas within each member county, and it shall be named the "______ Regional Juvenile Detention District".

  2.  The county commission of each county desiring to join the district shall approve an ordinance or resolution to join the district and shall approve the agreement which specifies the duties of each county within the district.

  3.  If any county wishes to join a district which has already been established pursuant to this section, the agreement shall be rewritten and reapproved by each member county.

  4.  The agreement which specifies the duties of each county shall contain the following:

  (1)  The name of the district;

  (2)  The names of the counties within the district;

  (3)  The formula for calculating each county's contribution to the costs of the district;

  (4)  The types of juveniles which the regional juvenile detention center may house, limited to juveniles which may be transferred to counties pursuant to state law;

  (5)  The methods which may be used for constructing or leasing a regional juvenile detention center;

  (6)  The duties of the director of the regional juvenile detention center; and

  (7)  The timing and procedures for approval of the regional juvenile detention center district's annual budget by the regional juvenile detention center commission.

  5.  Any county, city, town or village may contract with a regional juvenile detention center commission for the holding of its juvenile offenders.


(L. 1998 H.B. 971 § 1)

Effective 7-1-99

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