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The police will take him/her into custody, call the parents, and a court date may be set if any laws were broken.
In the state of Minnesota, a child is considered to be a runaway if they are under age 18 and do not have their parents or guardians permission to leave the home. The parents can call the police and the police may issue the runaway a citation to appear in court.
Yes, and if they call the police to find you, the police can not force you to go home but only to have you contact them in some way to let them know you are okay.
Depending on what you did... yes.
It depends on the reason for the call and the outcome of the police visit. If the child calls to report the parents for a crime, and the parents are arrested, the child will probably be placed with a family member or child services.
In most US states your parents will be able to call the police, have you picked up, and brought home. In a few US states, such as Texas or South Carolina, apparently the police will not generally force you to go home at 17.
You need to be emancipated. Some states have age of acountability Find out what the law says for TX
Call the police and talk to your parents
go to court for sure the police wont do anything.
From a student: They call the police, and from there the police can decide whether to give you a ticket or not.
Yes. That parent would be in contempt of a court order. The other parent can call the police and report the incident. It would become a police matter.
Call the records department of the Police Dept where the crime occured.
Yes you have every right to tell the police that your parents hit you in the face.
you call the police it's illegal
Call the Police. Make sure you can have Grandparents or like a Best Friends house you can stay at. But seriously, you really should call the police.
If you want him arrested, cal the police. If you don't, call a counselor.
they have nothing online you have to call the police station.
call a policeman or police officer. Call the police force.
Generally when a minor is in trouble for fighting and they cannot be controlled the school should call the parents in to discuss options. It is the parents responsibility to control their own children. However, if the fighting becomes severe and bodily harm is done the school has the right to call in the police. The minor is not actually arrested such as an adult, but the police will take them into custody; phone the parents and then the if need be the court will decide if the child should remain in the parent's home and it will also provide psychological evaluation.
It doesn't matter what State you live in, if your grandchildren are being abused then you can contact a lawyer and be advised when to call Child Aide and take the parents to court. As you know children are first and don't worry about what the parents think. This will go to court and make it clear that as grandparents you are willing to take the children in. In a court of law there must be evidence that the parents are unfit parents. I'd say you stand a good chance! God Bless
if someone is in physical danger call the police on your local emergency number
Parents can either call the cops on you, or for you. They can call the police and tell them that you are to hard to handle as a child. The police would probably contact Child Protective Services, and they would either place in a home where you are easier to maintain and watch. They could also put you in Juvenile Hall if you break more serious rules. They can also call the cops if they didn't know where you were and the police would find you. The police would probably call the DSS (Department of Social Services).
Yes you will be charged as a runaway(if your parents call the police)the only way to move out of your parents house is if you get married(which your parents have to sign for if your under 18). There is no emansipation law in Ohio so that is also out of the question. so if your parents don't call the police on you then your in the clear.
No. The guardian can call the police and report the mother for taking the child. If the mother wants to regain custody she must do so through the court.No. The guardian can call the police and report the mother for taking the child. If the mother wants to regain custody she must do so through the court.No. The guardian can call the police and report the mother for taking the child. If the mother wants to regain custody she must do so through the court.No. The guardian can call the police and report the mother for taking the child. If the mother wants to regain custody she must do so through the court.
In most places your parents can call the police, have you picked up as a runaway, and force you to return home. In a few states, such as Texas, a 17-year-old won't generally be returned by force if they are able to take care of themselves.