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Chapter Index: Contract

Contract Chapter/Policy Subject of Chapter/Policy
   
CHAPTER 1 Administration, Organization and Management
1.3 Admissions Criteria
1.11 Public Information/News Media
1.12A Detention Victim Notification Program
1.15 Waivers
   
CHAPTER 2  Fiscal Management
2.5  Juvenile Personal Funds (Custodial)
   
CHAPTER 3 Personnel
3.9  Certification, Licensure and Letters 
3.11 Policy Manuals Establishment and Maintenance
3.20 Relationships Between Juveniles and Staff
   
CHAPTER 4 Training and Staff Development
4.1 Training Requirements - Facility Based
4.2 Training Requirements - Non-Facility Based [new policy coming soon]
   
CHAPTER 5 Management Information and Research
5.1  Colorado TRAILS Database
5.2 Research and Evaluation
   
CHAPTER 6 Juvenile Records
6.1 Content, Use, Transfer, Security and Release of Juvenile Records
6.2 Closed Juvenile Records
   
CHAPTER 8 Safety and Emergency
8.1 Fire Safety Inspections and Prevention
8.3 Control and Use of Flammable, Toxic and Caustic Materials
   
CHAPTER 9 Security and Control
9.1 Perimeter Security and Security Inspections
9.2 Control Center
9.3 Juvenile Supervision and Movement
9.4 Physical Management and Security Equipment
9.5 Count Policies and Procedures
9.6 Shift Assignments and Shift Logs
9.8 Reporting Critical Incidents
9.9 Dangerous Weapons
9.10 Key Control System
9.11 Tools, Culinary and Medical Equipment
9.12 Facility Emergency Plan
9.13 Searches of Juveniles and Contract Programs
9.15 Transportation of Juveniles Outside of the Contract Program
9.17 Reporting Child Abuse 
9.19 Sexual Contact Prevention
9.20 Hospital Security
9.23 Safe Treatment of Pregnant Females
   
CHAPTER 10 Food Service
10.2 Facility Food Service Program Management
10.3 Menu Planning and Meal Service
10.4 Wook Experience Program for Committed Juveniles
10.6 Food from Outside Sources
10.7 Food-Borne Illness Prevention and Control
   
CHAPTER 11 Sanitation and Hygiene
11.1 Housekeeping Plans and Sanitation Health Inspecitons
11.3 Personal Hygiene, Clothing, Bedding and Linen Supplies
   
CHAPTER 12 Medical and Health Care Services
12.1 Medical Program Administration
12.2 Medical Supplies and Equipment
12.3 Health Screenings, Appraisals, and Physical and Dental Examinations
12.4 Medical Records
12.5 Access to Medical Services
12.6 Notification of Serious Illness or Injury
12.7 Medical Emergency Protocol
12.9 Special Health Care
12.10 Use of Pharmaceutical Products and Prohibition of Medical Experimentation or Use of Pharmaceuticals for Behavior Management
12.12 Informed Consent:  Permission or Refusal of Treatment
12.13 Fatality Procedures
12.14 Communicable and Infectious Diseases
12.15 Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome
12.18 Juvenile Head Trauma Guidelines
   
CHAPTER 13 Juvenile Rights
13.1 Basic Rights, Responsibilities and Access to Services
13.2 Grievance Procedures
13.3 Access to Courts and Council
   
CHAPTER 14 Rules and Discipline
14.3A Contract Program Rules
14.3B Time Outs and Administrative Seclusion
14.5 Special Management of Juveniles
   
CHAPTER 15 Behavioral Health Services
15.1 Access to Psychiatric Hospitalization
15.2 Suicide Assessment, Monitoring and Intervention
15.3 Access to Services for the Developmentally Disabled
15.4 Psychotropic Emergency Medications
15.6 Substance Abuse Services
15.7 Substance Use Analysis and Testing
15.9 Supervision, Services, and Documentation
   
CHAPTER 16 Admission, Transfer and Release
16.1 Admision, Recption and Orientation
16.2 Personal Property
16.3 Transfers within or to Secure Custody
16.4 Release from Custody
16.11 Sex Offender Registration
   
CHAPTER 17 Programs and Services
17.1 Scope of Programs and Services
17.2 Education Program
17.4 Library Services
17.5 Counseling
17.8 Educational and Career Technical Education Programs
17.10 Recreation
17.11 Faith/Religious Programming
17.12 Temporary Release
17.16 Juvenile Wellness Policy
17.18 Multi-Disciplinary Team (MDT)
   
CHAPTER 18 Communications:  Mail, Visits, and Telephone
18.1 Juvenile Visiting
18.2 Juvenile Correspondence
18.3 Telephone
   
CHAPTER 20 Citizen Involvement and Volunteers
20.1 Volunteer/Intern Management