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  • California Law regarding access to Juvenile records.

    What are the necessary steps a Police Officer in California needs to do in order to have access to or view juvenile records? Can they only view the records with a Court Order? Can they have access to the information if relayed to them by Juvenile Records and Courts clerk or representative?

    Under what circumstances would an Officer on a traffic stop need to have access to a persons Juvenile records?

    Thank you.

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    What did you do that was so terrible as a juvenile?

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      not sure how california is, but if your record was sealed it would take a court order to open your record. if it was expunged, it show an expungement but it wouldnt be detailed.

      if your inquiring about employment, your sealed or expunged record would not make a difference in reference to a bg investigation and any arrests or incidents would need/better be revealed on your packet. your question is kinda broad maybe throw us a little more detail to get a better response
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      • #4
        Originally posted by russianspd View Post
        What are the necessary steps a Police Officer in California needs to do in order to have access to or view juvenile records? Can they only view the records with a Court Order? Can they have access to the information if relayed to them by Juvenile Records and Courts clerk or representative?

        Under what circumstances would an Officer on a traffic stop need to have access to a persons Juvenile records?

        Thank you.
        Without knowing the context of your situation it is impossible to give you a precise answer as the law allows many variations for release depending on the circumstances.

        Generally speaking, the release of juvenile arrest records is governed by Section 827 of the California Welfare and Institutions Code. You can read it here and try to figure out how it affects your situation.

        http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/fa...sectionNum=827.
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        • #5
          Can't think of a reason why I would look at your juvie record on a traffic stop. But as to physically accessing them, easy peasy. IF I have a legitimate reason I put your name and dob into my computer using the Juvenile Automated Index system and viola there it is.
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