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A law enforcement agency shall forward information, including ________, relating to a child who has been taken into custody under Section 52.01 by the agency to the Department of Public Safety for inclusion in the juvenile justice information system created under Subchapter B, but only if the child is referred to juvenile court on or before the _____ after the date the child is taken into custody under Section 52.01.
fingerprints; 10th day
If the child is not referred to juvenile court within 10 days, the law enforcement agency shall ________ all information, including __________ and fingerprints, relating to the child unless the child is placed in a _____ ________ _______ under Section 52.031 or on informal disposition under Section 52.03.
destroy; photographs; first offender program
The law enforcement agency may not forward any information to the Department of Public Safety relating to the child while the child is in a _____ ________ ________ under Section 52.031, or during the ______ following successful completion of the program or while the child is on _________ disposition under Section 52.03.
first offender program; 90 days ; informal
Except as provided by Subsection (f), after the date the child completes an informal disposition under Section 52.03 or after the _____ after the date the child successfully completes a first offender program under Section 52.031, the law enforcement agency shall destroy all information, including photographs and fingerprints, relating to the child.
90th day
If information relating to a child is contained in a document that also contains information relating to an adult and a law enforcement agency is required to destroy all information relating to the child under this section, the agency shall alter the document so that the information relating to the child is ________ and the information relating to the adult is _________.
destroyed; preserved
The deletion of a computer entry constitutes ________ of the information contained in the entry.
destruction
A law enforcement agency may maintain information relating to a child after the 90th day after the date the child successfully completes a first offender program under Section 52.031 only to determine the child's eligibility to participate in a _____ _________ __________.
first offender program
Except as provided by Chapter 63, Code of Criminal Procedure (Missing Child), a child may not be photographed or fingerprinted without the consent of the ______ ________ unless the child is taken into custody or ________ to the juvenile court for conduct that constitutes a felony or a misdemeanor punishable by ___________ __ _____.
juvenile court ; referred; confinement in jail
On or before __________ of each year, the head of ____ municipal or county law enforcement agency located in a county shall certify to the ________ ______ for that county that the photographs and fingerprints required to be destroyed under Section 58.001 have been destroyed
December 31 ; each; juvenile board
The juvenile _______ shall conduct or cause to be conducted an audit of the records of the law enforcement agency to verify the destruction of the photographs and fingerprints and the law enforcement agency shall make its records available for this purpose.
board
(Audit of records for destruction of juvenile photographs and fingerprints):

If the audit shows that the certification provided by the head of the law enforcement agency is false, that person is subject to prosecution for ______ under Chapter 37, Penal Code.
perjury
This section does not prohibit a law enforcement officer from photographing or fingerprinting a child who is not in custody if the child's parent or guardian voluntarily consents __ _____ to the photographing or fingerprinting of the child
in writing
(a) A law enforcement officer may take temporary custody of a child to take the child's fingerprints if:
(1) the officer has probable cause to believe that the child has engaged in ________ _______;
(2) the officer has investigated that conduct and has found other _________ during the investigation; and
(3) the officer has probable cause to believe that the child's fingerprints will ______ the other fingerprints
delinquent conduct; fingerprints; match
A law enforcement officer may take temporary custody of a child to take the child's photograph if:
(1) the officer has probable cause to believe that the child has engaged in __________ _______; and
(2) the officer has probable cause to believe that the child's photograph will be of __________ _________ in the investigation of that conduct
delinquent conduct; material assistance
Temporary custody for the purpose described by Subsection (a) or (b):
(1) is not a taking into custody under Section 52.01; and
(2) may not be reported to the _______ _______ _______ ________ under Subchapter B
juvenile justice information system
If a law enforcement officer does not take the child into custody under Section 52.01, the child shall be released from temporary custody authorized under this section as soon as the _____________ or ________ are obtained
fingerprints or photographs
A law enforcement officer who under this section obtains fingerprints or photographs from a child shall:
(1) immediately ______ them if they do not lead to a positive comparison or identification; and
(2) make a reasonable effort to notify the child's ______, guardian, or custodian of the action taken
destroy; parent
A law enforcement officer may under this section obtain fingerprints or photographs from a child at:
(1) a juvenile ______ office; or
(2) a location that affords reasonable ______ to the child.
processing; privacy
All law enforcement, prosecuting attorney, clerk of court, and juvenile court records ordered sealed shall be sent before the ___ _____ after the date the order is received to the court issuing the order
61st day
Inspection of the sealed records may be permitted by an order of the juvenile court on the _______ of the person who is the subject of the records and only by those persons named in the order.
petition
On the motion of a person in whose name records are kept or on the court's own motion, the court may order the destruction of records that have been sealed under this section if:
(1) the records relate to conduct that did not violate a penal law of the grade of felony or a misdemeanor punishable by confinement in jail;
(2) ____ ______have elapsed since the person's ___ birthday; and
(3) the person has not been convicted of a felony.
five years ;16th
If a child has been reported missing by a parent, guardian, or conservator of that child, information about the child may be forwarded to and disseminated by the ______ and _____.
Texas Crime Information Center and the National Crime Information Center
The juvenile court may disseminate to the public the following information relating to a child who is the subject of a directive to ________ or a ________ __ ________ and who cannot be located for the purpose of apprehension:
(1) the child's name, including other names by which the child is known;
(2) the child's physical description, including sex, weight, height, race, ethnicity, eye color, hair color, scars, marks, and tattoos;
(3) a photograph of the child; and
(4) a description of the conduct the child is alleged to have committed, including the level and degree of the alleged offense.
apprehend; warrant of arrest