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www.criminaldefenselawyer.com/crime-penalties/juvenile/running-away.htm

Each year, many teenagers run away from home. ... In many states, running away repeatedly may cause a child to come under the control of juvenile or family court . ... legally speaking, which means that they will be responsible for themselves.

www.popcenter.org/problems/runaways

[1] Only about one-third of these juveniles were actually missing, meaning that their parents or caretakers did not know where they were and were concerned ...

jjie.org/2012/05/02/ten-questions-get-runaways-help-they-need

May 2, 2012 ... To ensure runaways get the help they need, police in St. Paul, Minn. who […] ... about 2 million kids run away from home each year putting them at greater ... either kicked them out or knew they were leaving and did not care.

cops.usdoj.gov/pdf/pop/e12051223.pdf

Feb 8, 2006 ... Why They Run: Reasons and Triggers. Runaways' home and family situations suggest that the stereotype of juveniles running away to ...

sites.law.lsu.edu/amicus-curiae/tag/california-runaway-child-laws

It is not a crime for a juvenile to run away from home in California. ... When a child runs away from home multiple times, they may be considered a “habitual ...

tomorrows-hope.net/hp_wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/Frequently_Asked_Legal_Questions_about_Runaway_Youth.pdf

serious cases, juvenile runaways are often not considered a priority in most police jurisdictions. ... location where their child may be, they may give that information to police. If the runaway ... Tell police why it may not be safe for you to go alone.

www.pollyklaas.org/enews-archive/2013-enews/article-web-pages/the-truth-about-runaways.html

“Children who runaway make their own decisions to go. Let them be, they've made their own choice and must deal with the consequences. If they want to come ...

www.cga.ct.gov/2009/rpt/2009-R-0187.htm

Apr 30, 2009 ... If they seek to have the teen declared a youth in crisis, a judge can ... If this occurs, Juvenile Court judges will have more options for ... Parents who notify the police that their 16- or 17-year old has run away or is beyond their control can ... to establish policies for determining when a youth is eligible to come ...

www.ncsl.org/research/human-services/homeless-and-runaway-youth.aspx

Common Reasons Why Youth Become Homeless or Runaways: ... to reengage with the Department of Children and Family Services and the Juvenile Court, .... [i ] Shelter Policies: When families become homeless, they may become separated  ...

www.gpsmonitoring.com/Tracking-of-Juveniles.html

They'll be selected as they come through her court, and Penn will target ... Runaway Teens - Utilize GPS Monitoring as a tool to keep your teenager at home .