My child was detained where will they go?

Youth who are detained in Cochise County are transported to Santa Cruz or Pinal County Juvenile Detention Facilities; the probation officer managing the case will advise you where your child will be going. In January of 2021 the Cochise County Juvenile Detention Center transition to the Detention Screening and Transport Facility. This is a partnership with Santa Cruz and Pinal Counties where youth will reside during their time of detainment. Our youth who require detainment remain our youth. Our community partners remain in place. Probation will continue to work with the youth and family through the court process. Youth are present for their court hearings via Zoom from Santa Cruz or Pinal. Once ordered released the Cochise Detention Screening and Transport team will bring the youth back to Cochise County for out-processing.

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1. Why doesn't a youth go to Detention for committing an offense?
2. My child was detained where will they go?
3. Who pays for medical and/or dental work completed while my child is in Detention?
4. When is a youth released from Detention?
5. After admission to Detention, how long does it take for a youth to see a Judge?
6. If a youth is allowed to go home, what happens?
7. How do I visit a youth?