a. All persons permitted access pursuant to statute; and
b. Paralegals and employees of the juvenile's attorney of record may have access to such juvenile files if they are acting at the direction of and under the control of such attorney of record. Written documentation may be required by the clerk before such paralegal or employee may have access to such juvenile files.
a. Conduct Assessments: Each juvenile brought to the Hamilton County Juvenile Services Center for possible detention on a delinquency or status offense allegation, shall be assessed as to his/her risk for failure to appear, risk of re-offending, and risk of potential harm to the community or to self if released from detention. The safety of the community shall be paramount, but given this priority, the Program shall attempt to maximize release without unnecessary delay. The Program shall utilize at least one screening tool approved by the Hamilton County Committee of the Indiana Juvenile Detention Alternative Initiative for this purpose and such other instruments as may be approved and required by the judges of the Circuit and Superior Courts of Hamilton County.
b. Release or Alternative Placement: The Program has the authority to have a Juvenile who is or may be detained in the Juvenile Secure Detention to be released therefrom or transferred to an approved alternative placement, such as a Shelter Care/Non-Secure Unit.
c. Supervision Program: Juveniles approved for release from detention shall be under the supervision of the Program. The Program shall utilize means of supervision approved by the judges of the Circuit and Superior courts that are consistent with the assessed risk level of the juvenile and shall have the authority to increase or decrease supervision requirements as appropriate.803.20 RELEASE: All releases are subject to the following condition: Juvenile shall appear in court at all times required by the Court.