1. Any child committed to the division and the parent or guardian of such child shall be informed of their right to petition the director in accordance with promulgated rules and regulations for a hearing with respect to:
(1) The failure to examine such child in accordance with the provisions of subsection 3 of section 219.021;
Terms Used In Missouri Laws 219.051
- Aftercare supervision: treatment and control of children in the community under the jurisdiction of the division. See Missouri Laws 219.011
- Child: a person under eighteen years of age. See Missouri Laws 219.011
- Director: the director of the division of youth services. See Missouri Laws 219.011
- Division: the division of youth services (DYS). See Missouri Laws 219.011
- Guardian: if used in a section in a context relating to property rights or obligations, means conservator of the estate as defined in Missouri Laws 1.020
(2) The failure to reexamine such child within six months after a previous examination, in accordance with the provisions of subsection 5 of section 219.021;
(3) Any placement decision required to be made by the division pursuant to the provisions of sections 219.011 to 219.086;
(4) A request to the director for a rehearing from a determination of violations of the terms and conditions of a child’s aftercare supervision, as provided in section 219.026; and
(5) The taking of such child into custody for violations of the terms and conditions of his aftercare supervision as provided in section 219.026.
2. The director shall within thirty days of the receipt of such petition, afford such child or his parents, guardian, or legal counsel an opportunity for a full and fair hearing, and render a decision on the petition within five days after the conclusion of such hearing.
3. Pending the determination by the director with respect to a petition for review filed pursuant to the provisions of subsection 1 of this section, the authority of the division to take such action, in accordance with the provisions of sections 219.011 to 219.086 with respect to such child, shall in no wise be affected.