What is the level system?

The Level System is made up of 5 levels: Level 1, Level 2, Level 3, Honor Level (4), and Senior Honor Level (5).

The moment that you are assigned a bed in detention, you are a Level 1. You will remain a Level 1 until you have received Orientation, seen the nurse, and completed an entire day without any behavior problems or rule violations. You will then move up to a Level 2 for 4 days, and then a Level 3 for 5 days. After 5 days as a Level 3 is completed without any zeros, you will become eligible for Honor Level status. Eligibility does not guarantee Honor Level Status.

As long as you follow staff instructions and stick to the rules (avoiding Special Programs and Zeros), you will move quickly through the level system.

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1. Can anyone be a Court Appointed Special Advocate?
2. Do lawyers, judges, and social workers support Court Appointed Special Advocates?
3. Does the federal government support Court Appointed Special Advocates?
4. How does the Court Appointed Special Advocate relate to the child he or she represents?
5. How effective are Court Appointed Special Advocate programs?
6. How many CASA programs are there?
7. Is there a "typical" Court Appointed Special Advocate?
8. What is a Court Appointed Special Advocate or Guardian Ad Litem (CASA/GAL)?
9. What is the role of the CASA/GAL?
10. What is the role of the National Court Appointed Special Advocate Association (NCASAA)?
11. What training does a Court Appointed Special Advocate receive?
12. Do you do on-site urinalysis tests?
13. What is the level system?
14. What supplies does my child need in Detention?
15. Where are you located?
16. Where is the Detention Center located?
17. Who do I contact about Detention information?
18. Who do I contact to find out when my child can be released?
19. Who do I contact with a suggestion, concern, or compliment about the Detention Center?
20. Are there any financial obligations if my child is detained?
21. Are there any legal negotiations or plea bargaining?
22. Are there any requirements if my child is released from Detention?
23. Do I have any obligations while my child waits for their Court hearing?
24. Do you have any volunteer opportunities?
25. How do I obtain information and assistance regarding Sealing and Destruction?
26. How do I obtain information regarding Juvenile Records?
27. What about legal representation?