(f) youth planning for the adoption of extension of care. At the hearing for the approval of the transition plan for a young person who wishes to accept an extension of care, the court sets a hearing date within 60 days of the possibility for young people to extend care in order to validate the voluntary mediation agreement and ratification of the transition plan. (iv) is removed from the home, home or other dwelling of the child`s parents, legal guardians or other legal assistants without their consent. This child is known and defined as a flight; (ii) to remain under the responsibility of the Juvenile Criminal Court to engage or fulfil an obligation, including the completion of home employment, the obligation being made on the basis of a decision on the offence committed for an offence committed before the person`s eighteenth birthday; or (15) Care refers to the temporary placement of a child under the guardianship of the Children`s Services Department or a public or private agency or a care agency for a parent or relative outside the parent or family, by the blood or marriage of the child, whether it is a court injunction, a voluntary mediation agreement , the abandonment of parental rights or other means; (17) Home placement means placing a delinquent child in a parent or child home under the ongoing supervision of the Children`s Services Service. The placement of a child on the way home ends the legal custody of the delinquent child; 2. The administrative hearing is an appeal by the youth court judge, in accordance with the legislative intention to end a young person`s accommodation; At the beginning of the hearing, the Tribunal must decide whether all required persons are present in accordance with Rule 112. All children are required to participate in the permanent hearing in accordance with T.C.A. 37-2-409, with the exception of any child under the guardianship of a doctor prevented by the doctor, a child placed outside the state or a child in a runaway situation. The Tribunal should consider allowing a child who, because of the first two exceptions, cannot participate, to participate in another procedure as set out in section 112. The court must hear directly from the child the child`s views on the provisions of the plan. When the court receives testimony from the child, it complies with the provisions of Rule 306.
(D) This provision should not be construed under any circumstances as limiting the jurisdiction of the court for the transfer of a person to a correctional court, in accordance with the provisions of p. 37-1-134; (ii) reasonable and legitimate commandments of the parents of the child, the legal guardian or any other disobedience legal administrator to the extent that the health and safety of the child is threatened; or (22) Restitution refers to the compensation paid by the money actually paid to the victim of the offence by the child who committed the offence or, symbolically, by unpaid community service of the child for property damage or loss resulting from the offence; (ii) For the purposes of this subdivision (b) (12) (J), a related caregiver includes the child`s biological, progressive or legal grandparent, great-grandparent, siblings, aunt, uncle or any other person with a legal or biological connection to the child; (12) Dependent and neglected child: (25) (A) Recalcitrant child, a child in need of treatment and rehabilitation; The: (C) the commission of an act against the child prohibited by the provisions of page 39-13-502 39-13-504, 39-13-522, 39-15-302 and 39-17-1005, or failure to protect the child from the commission of such an act against the child; or (a) As is done in this chapter, any reference to the Correction Division must be interpreted to mean the Department of Children`s Services, unless this reference is clearly intended to designate the correctional department.