Sections
Chapter 1 Homicide 187 – 199
Chapter 2 Mayhem 203 – 206.1
Chapter 3 Kidnapping 207 – 210
Chapter 3.5 Hostages 210.5
Chapter 4 Robbery 211 – 215
Chapter 5 Attempts to Kill 217.1 – 219.3
Chapter 6 Assaults With Intent to Commit Felony, Other Than Assaults With Intent to Murder 220 – 222
Chapter 8 False Imprisonment and Human Trafficking 236 – 237
Chapter 9 Assault and Battery 240 – 248

Terms Used In California Codes > Penal Code > Part 1 > Title 8

  • Adult day program: means any community-based facility or program that provides care to persons 18 years of age or older in need of personal services, supervision, or assistance essential for sustaining the activities of daily living or for the protection of these individuals on less than a 24-hour basis. See California Penal Code 11080
  • Building: as used in this article means so much of any building or structure of any kind as is or may be entered through the same outside entrance. See California Penal Code 11235
  • Business affairs: as used in this article means the details relative to the business activities of the entity as disclosed by the return but shall exclude extraneous matters, such as the exact corporate title, corporate number, the date of commencement of business in this state, taxable year adopted, filing date of return, name, date and title of individuals signing affidavit to the return, due date of taxes, taxes unpaid, entity's address, private address of officers and directors. See California Revenue and Taxation Code 19543
  • California state preschool program: means part-day and full-day educational programs for low-income or otherwise disadvantaged three- and four-year-old children. See California Education Code 8208
  • certified family home: means an individual or family certified by a licensed foster family agency and issued a certificate of approval by that agency as meeting licensing standards, and used exclusively by that foster family agency for placements. See California Penal Code 11105.2
  • Child care and development programs: means those programs that offer a full range of services for children from infancy to 13 years of age, for any part of a day, by a public or private agency, in centers and family child care homes. See California Education Code 8208
  • Community care facility: means any facility, place, or building that is maintained and operated to provide nonmedical residential care, day treatment, adult day care, or foster family agency services for children, adults, or children and adults, including, but not limited to, the physically handicapped, mentally impaired, incompetent persons, and abused or neglected children, and includes the following:

    California Penal Code 11080

  • Community crisis home: means a facility certified by the State Department of Developmental Services pursuant to Article 8 (commencing with Section 4698) of Chapter 6 of Division 4. See California Penal Code 11080
  • Community treatment facility: means any residential facility that provides mental health treatment services to children in a group setting and that has the capacity to provide secure containment. See California Penal Code 11080
  • Cost: includes , but is not limited to, expenditures that are related to the operation of child care and development programs. See California Education Code 8208
  • craft: includes every boat, ship, vessel, craft, barge, hulk, float or other thing capable of floating. See California Penal Code 11301
  • Crisis nursery: means a facility licensed by the department to operate a program pursuant to Section 1516 to provide short-term care and supervision for children under six years of age who are voluntarily placed for temporary care by a parent or legal guardian due to a family crisis or stressful situation. See California Penal Code 11080
  • Director: means the Director of Social Services. See California Penal Code 11080
  • Enhanced behavioral supports home: means a facility certified by the State Department of Developmental Services pursuant to Article 3. See California Penal Code 11080
  • Foster family agency: means any public agency or private organization, organized and operated on a nonprofit basis, engaged in any of the following:

    California Penal Code 11080

  • Foster family home: means any residential facility providing 24-hour care for six or fewer foster children that is owned, leased, or rented and is the residence of the foster parent or parents, including their family, in whose care the foster children have been placed. See California Penal Code 11080
  • gambling ship: as used in this article means any boat, ship, vessel, watercraft or barge kept, operated or maintained for the purpose of gambling, whether within or without the jurisdiction of the State, and whether it is anchored, lying to, or navigating. See California Penal Code 11317
  • Group home: means a residential facility that provides 24-hour care and supervision to children, delivered at least in part by staff employed by the licensee in a structured environment. See California Penal Code 11080
  • license: means a basic permit to operate a community care facility. See California Penal Code 11105.01
  • Maintenance facility or terminal: includes a private business or residence. See California Education Code 8484.75
  • mobilehome: means a mobilehome, as defined in Sections 18008 and 18211 of the Health and Safety Code, to which one of the following applies:

    California Welfare and Institutions Code 212

  • Noncustodial adoption agency: means any licensed entity engaged in the business of providing adoption services, that does all of the following:

    California Penal Code 11080

  • Person: as used in this article , means individuals, corporations, associations, partnerships, limited liability companies, trustees, lessees, agents and assignees. See California Penal Code 11207
  • Person: as used in this article means individuals, corporations, associations, partnerships, limited liability companies, trustees, lessees, agents and assignees. See California Penal Code 11234
  • postponement: refers to mobilehome loans established prior to February 20, 2009. See California Welfare and Institutions Code 212
  • Private alternative boarding school: means a group home licensed by the department to operate a program pursuant to Section 1502. See California Penal Code 11080
  • Private alternative outdoor program: means a group home licensed by the department to operate a program pursuant to Section 1502. See California Penal Code 11080
  • Residential facility: means any family home, group care facility, or similar facility determined by the department, for 24-hour nonmedical care of persons in need of personal services, supervision, or assistance essential for sustaining the activities of daily living or for the protection of the individual. See California Penal Code 11080
  • Resource and referral programs: means programs that provide information to parents, including referrals and coordination of community resources for parents and public or private providers of care. See California Education Code 8208
  • Runaway and homeless youth shelter: means a group home licensed by the department to operate a program pursuant to Section 1502. See California Penal Code 11080
  • Short-term residential therapeutic program: means a residential facility operated by a public agency or private organization and licensed by the department pursuant to Section 1562. See California Penal Code 11080
  • Small family home: means any residential facility, in the licensee's family residence, that provides 24-hour care for six or fewer foster children who have mental disorders or developmental or physical disabilities and who require special care and supervision as a result of their disabilities. See California Penal Code 11080
  • Social rehabilitation facility: means any residential facility that provides social rehabilitation services for no longer than 18 months in a group setting to adults recovering from mental illness who temporarily need assistance, guidance, or counseling. See California Penal Code 11080
  • special permit: means a permit issued by the state department authorizing a community care facility to offer specialized services as designated by the director in regulations. See California Penal Code 11105.04
  • Startup costs: means those expenses an agency incurs in the process of opening a new or additional facility before the full enrollment of children. See California Education Code 8208
  • state department: means the State Department of Social Services. See California Penal Code 11080
  • Support services: means those services that, when combined with child care and development services, help promote the healthy physical, mental, social, and emotional growth of children. See California Education Code 8208
  • terminal: means the location or locations in this state that are designated by a motor carrier, where subject vehicles may be inspected by the department and where vehicle maintenance and inspection records and drivers' records will be made available for inspection. See California Education Code 8484.75
  • Therapeutic day services facility: means any facility that provides nonmedical care, counseling, educational or vocational support, or social rehabilitation services on less than a 24-hour basis to persons under 18 years of age who would otherwise be placed in foster care or who are returning to families from foster care. See California Penal Code 11080
  • Transitional housing placement provider: means an organization licensed by the department pursuant to Section 1559. See California Penal Code 11080
  • Transitional shelter care facility: means any group care facility that provides for 24-hour nonmedical care of persons in need of personal services, supervision, or assistance essential for sustaining the activities of daily living or for the protection of the individual. See California Penal Code 11080
  • wards of the juvenile court: shall include minors who have been found by the juvenile court to be described by Section 601 or 602 of the Welfare and Institutions Code, as well as minors who are described by Section 601 or 602 of the Welfare and Institutions Code who have been diverted from formal juvenile court proceedings. See California Penal Code 11412