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if they have you in custody, yes they can

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Generally, police have no authority to force someone go home. Exceptions include: Juvenile is a reported runaway (return to parent/guardian); Juvenile is absent from school (truancy).


The parents can request the police to return the runaway to their home.


Yes I believe under Florida State law the officer can compel the runaway, using force where necessary, to ensure the runaway is returned to their place of abode. Failing that they can if required shoot the runaway dead and return the rotting corpse to the parents driveway for decent burial.


Yes, the police will assist you parents in finding you. You will be listed as a runaway. If they find you they will return you home.


Report them as a runaway and ask the police to return him home.


Depends on the state. You can be reported as a runaway and the police will bring you back. Anyone who have helped you can be charged with aiding a runaway.


You can ask a police officer any question that you'd like, although I'd recommend you be polite and respectful when doing so. The police officer, in return, may refuse to answer any question that they'd like.


No. Not by only running the license plate. However, the registerd owner(s) will be on the return the Officer gets. The Officer can then use that information to check for a license on the person listed on the return.


No, they must have permission from their parents. Otherwise they are a runaway and the police can return them to their home.


Seventeen is not the same age as eighteen. Until you are an adult, they can return you to your parents.


If you are a minor (under 18) you are a runaway and the police will return you home.


Report the child as a runaway. If the police find her they will either return her home or send her to social services.


Seventeen, and if you're done with high school, however parents have the right to force you to return home till your eighteen.


As a piece of gratuitous advice an officer might say that, but it bears no legal weight.


No, they must have permission. Otherwise they are a runaway and the police can return them to their home.


If the non-custodial parent refuses to return the child it may be considered kidnapping. The custodial parent should call the police and have a certified copy of the custody order for the officer to review.If the non-custodial parent refuses to return the child it may be considered kidnapping. The custodial parent should call the police and have a certified copy of the custody order for the officer to review.If the non-custodial parent refuses to return the child it may be considered kidnapping. The custodial parent should call the police and have a certified copy of the custody order for the officer to review.If the non-custodial parent refuses to return the child it may be considered kidnapping. The custodial parent should call the police and have a certified copy of the custody order for the officer to review.


Because they can offered a reward for runaway slaves.....Then


The Fugitive Slave Act of 1850 required Americans to return runaway slaves to their owners.


Any name you want it to be. You get the opportunity to name him after the Mr Pokemon 'mission.' Return to Newbark and the Police Officer will ask his name.




Under Texas law the police can not take a 17 year old into custody and return them to their parents. BUT anyone they move in with can be charged with harboring a runaway (except certain family members).


If you live in the US and assuming you want the child to return home, call the police. The relative has no legal right to keep your child from you, (no matter what the child wants) and can very possibly face criminal charges for it (harboring a runaway, custodial interference, etc).


The police will take a 13 year old into custody and return them to their home. You shouldn't do it



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