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               (See also CHILDREN; DOMESTIC RELATIONS)
Alcohol poisoning, involving person under age 21, limited immunity when seeking medical assistance: * HB 1404, CH 112 (2013)
Chemical dependency diversions, Snohomish county pilot program to study: * 2SHB 2627, CH 128 (2014)
Chemical dependency treatment assessments or screenings, admissibility: * HB 1724, CH 110 (2014), SB 6261, SB 6492
Chemical dependency, arrest of individual suffering from, police officer options: HB 2627, SHB 2627, * 2SHB 2627, CH 128 (2014), SB 6345, SSB 6345
Chemical dependency, diversions pilot program, establishment in Snohomish county: SSB 6345
Dependency proceedings, Alexis Stuth act, concerning placement of child with relative(s): SB 5762
Dependency proceedings, automatic legal representation of child, studying effect of: SB 6126
Dependency proceedings, background checks of persons child is placed with: SB 6095
Dependency proceedings, concerning placement of child with relative(s): SB 5763
Dependency proceedings, disclosure of guardian ad litem background information record: HB 1297, SB 5170
Dependency proceedings, identifying educational liaison for youth subject to, responsibilities of liaison: HB 1566, SHB 1566, * 2SHB 1566, CH 182 (2013)
Dependency proceedings, implementing recommendations of Powell fatality team: SB 5315, * SSB 5315, CH 254 (2013)
Dependency proceedings, infants placed in out-of-home care, HIV testing: SB 5454
Dependency proceedings, parent or sibling visitation during active criminal investigation, law enforcement consultation: SSB 5162, SB 5315, * SSB 5315, CH 254 (2013)
Dependency proceedings, parents with developmental disabilities involved in: * 2SHB 2616, CH 163 (2014)
Dependency proceedings, parents with intellectual or developmental disabilities involved in: HB 2616, SHB 2616
Dependency proceedings, petitioner issuance of summons: SB 6245, SSB 6245
Dependency proceedings, psychosexual evaluation of parent and consequent reassessment of visitation: SSB 5162, SB 5315, * SSB 5315, CH 254 (2013)
Dependency proceedings, representation of children, appointing attorney: 2SHB 1285, SB 6126, SSB 6126, * E2SSB 6126, CH 108 (2014)
Dependency proceedings, representation of children, appointing attorney, guardian ad litem, and/or special advocate: HB 1285, SHB 1285, SB 5461, SSB 5461
Dependency proceedings, shelter care hearing, placement of child with relative or other suitable person, timing of criminal history background check: * SSB 5565, CH 162 (2013)
Dependency proceedings, sibling visitation: HB 1140, SHB 1140
Dependency proceedings, sibling visitation for children in foster care: HB 1204, ESHB 1204, SB 5389, SSB 5389, * E2SSB 5389, CH 316 (2013)
Dependency proceedings, third-party visitation: HB 1506
Dependency system, work group to consider creating certificate of rehabilitation for parents who have turned their lives around: * SSB 5565, CH 162 (2013)
Dependency system, work group to consider creating certificate of suitability for parents who have turned their lives around: SB 5565
Detention facilities for juveniles, educational programs for residents, operation by educational service districts: * HB 2276, CH 157 (2014)
Domestic violence, felonious, responding officer authority to arrest certain juveniles for: SHB 2722
Domestic violence, nonfelonious, responding officer placement options for certain juveniles arrested for: HB 2455, HB 2722, SB 6254
Firearms and weapons crimes, provisions: HB 1096, SHB 1096, SB 5376, SSB 5376
Firearms, juvenile firearm offenders, evidence- and research-based interventions: HB 2164, * ESHB 2164, CH 117 (2014)
Foster care services, extended, court jurisdiction over proceedings involving eligible nonminor dependents: HB 1302, SHB 1302, E2SHB 1302, SB 5405, SSB 5405, * E2SSB 5405, CH 332 (2013)
Juvenile offenders, records, confidentiality, exceptions: HB 1651, ESHB 1651, * 2SHB 1651, CH 175 (2014), SB 5689, SB 6469, SB 6493
Juvenile offenders, records, distribution through judicial information system records and display on court case index web sites: SB 6403
Juvenile offenders, records, prohibiting publication, distribution, or sale: SB 6493
Juvenile offenders, records, restricting public access to certain nonadjudication or nonconviction information: SSB 5689, 2SSB 5689
Mental health diversion and disposition, strategies for juveniles: HB 1524, * ESHB 1524, CH 179 (2013)
Mental health treatment assessments or screenings, admissibility of statements: * HB 1724, CH 110 (2014), SB 6261, SB 6492
Missing children clearinghouse, adding endangered persons: HB 1895, SB 5556, * SSB 5556, CH 285 (2013)
Murder, aggravated first degree, sentencing, incarceration, and early release when crime committed before age eighteen: HB 1338, SHB 1338, 2SHB 1338
Offenses committed before age eighteen, various, sentencing and release provisions: SB 5064, SSB 5064, * 2SSB 5064, CH 130 (2014)
Parent-child relationship, termination of, when child conceived through sex offense or incest: SB 6374
Parental rights, termination of, court-ordered filing of petition in certain cases of parental noncompliance: EHB 2582
Parental rights, termination of, right to jury trial: SB 5764
Parental rights, when incarcerated: * SHB 1284, CH 173 (2013), SSB 5460
Parental rights, when incarcerated or in residential substance abuse treatment: HB 1284, SB 5460
Permanency planning hearings, revising definition of good cause exception: HB 1821, * SHB 1821, CH 206 (2013)
Permanency planning hearings, revising department of social and health services responsibility to provide services to parents: HB 1821, * SHB 1821, CH 206 (2013)
Rehabilitative and reentry services, access for offenders completing sentence before age 21: HB 2714, SB 6396
Runaway youths, overnight youth shelter or program, shelter procedures when child known to lack parental permission: HB 1250, * SB 5147, CH 4 (2013)
Sentencing, juvenile sentencing task force, legislature to convene: SB 6390, SSB 6390
Shelters or programs for runaway youths, procedures when child known to lack parental permission: HB 1250, * SB 5147, CH 4 (2013)
Social investment steering committee, Washington, establishment of, duties to include pilot programs: HB 2337, SHB 2337
Termination of parental rights, right to jury trial: SB 5764
Youth camp placement, for minimum-risk offenders, at Naselle youth camp: HB 1433