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  • d0gcomplex
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    latest info from lvmpd

    :I CAN ONLY ADVISE YOU THAT YOU SHOULD KEEP A NOTORIZED WAIVER SIGNED BY THE PARENTS, GIVING YOU PERMISSION TO BE IN THE CUSTODY OF THEIR CHILD.
    YOU SHOULD ALSO HAVE A NOTORIZED WAIVER GRANTING YOU PERMISSION TO SEEK ANY MEDICAL ATTENTION FOR THE MINOR CHILD IN CASE OF EMERGENCY.
    IT WOULD BE ADVISABLE FOR YOU TO HAVE A NOTORIZED WAIVER RELEASING YOU OF ANY FINANCIAL LIABILITY RESULTING FROM ANY WRONG DOING, CRIMINAL OR DEVIANT BEHAVIOR ON THE PART OF THE MINOR CHILD.
    IF YOU HAVE ANY REASON TO SUSPECT THAT THE LATTER MAY BE A CONCERN, I WOULD STRONGLY SUGGEST YOU TRAVEL SOLO.
    DET. P. BARRY p#1691
    LVMPD. JUVINLE, CAYF. :
    That was quoted for the latest mail I recieved from fireing questions at the LVMPD they forwarded it o juvenile and they sent me this. seems to be a good list of all the stuff you need to know concering waives to have and the like.

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  • russ
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    Power of Attorney

    You better get a short term Power of Attorney... Because even if you have permission from the parents, hospitals, doctors, etc won't treat without specific documentation supporting your claim. A power of attorney can be drawn up using a plethora of software tools and needs to be notorized.

    It's always better safe than sorry. The down side is that you're probably going to end up feeling like a parent and I'm not sure that's such a great thing at DefCon.

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  • h3adrush
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    thanks =]

    hey thanks for all the info guys. it was hard to find anything concerning this. thanks
    -h3adrush

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  • d0gcomplex
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    As i posted previously

    :sorry bud just checked with the LVMPD(Las Vegas Metro Police Department) and you bring um your in the bag if they do something wrong..even if they fly in and are just staying with you your stuck holding the bag.


    "you will be responsible for that child on "ANYTHING" you as the adult has accepted responsibility to bring that child here" as quoted from the E~mail I recieved back from the LVMPD:

    even if you have a waiver stating that you are not LVMPD sais you are

    I asked that specific question......

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  • simple3
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    remember that no amount of permission slips and waivers will protect you from lawsuits if you are found to be negligent.

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  • astcell
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    minors

    And make sure the notarized permission slip is valid in Vegas, all states have different laws.

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  • octalpus
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    Minors aren't real good about that whole "not getting caught" thing. I think the death threat should be on doing anything stupid. For the record, I never take a minor ANYWHERE... even out of the city... without a release signed AND NOTARIZED by the CUSTODIAL parent.

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  • digitalreaper
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    roflmao!

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  • converge
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    would an elaboration on ways which the killing occur make any more influence on the young'n? lolz

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  • d0gcomplex
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    sorry bud just checked with the LVMPD(Las Vegas Metro Police Department) and you bring um your in the bag if they do something wrong..even if they fly in and are just staying with you your stuck holding the bag.


    "you will be responsible for that child on "ANYTHING" you as the adult has accepted responsibility to bring that child here" as quoted from the E~mail I recieved back from the LVMPD


    My advice threaten the kid prior to getting to Vegas..... if you do anything stupid don't get caught......get caught and i kill you.....

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  • d0gcomplex
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    I have an E~mail in to the Las Vegas police asking on specifics moer information to follow as soon as i get an answer

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  • d0gcomplex
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    I'm not sure about nevada laws but here the primary resopnsibility is with who they are traveling for smaller matters,they are relesed into your custody and given a fine, but then if it is a large matter (i.e. theft, vandalism, rape, murder...) it falls to the parents or primary gardian. a waver releasing you from responsibility might be a good idea but it can stop you from getting them out of small matters.....

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  • h3adrush
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    ok

    hmm ok yea. i was also wondering say if the minor gets in trouble for something say gets caught stealing for example or gets caught causing trouble after curfew. who is responsible for this? are we in some way going to get in trouble as well even if we arent involved but are technically responsible? would it be safer to have him fly to dc and just meet up at the alexis?
    thanks
    -h3adrush

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  • d0gcomplex
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    I believe for your protection you need to get a relese so you can get them metical attention(same thing they give to a non family babysitter or person he stays with if parents go out of town) as well as proof of right to transport them across state lines from the parents. As for the who's resposisable for him/her under 18 probably whomever he is with.(I.e. who was the main adult in the party he/she was traveling with.)
    I take at least one minor with me every year the metical relese is a Very Very good idea.(makes it easier to take them to the emergency room)
    As is the permission to transport them across state lines.(covers your ass)

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  • h3adrush
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    hmm

    hmm ok yea the parents have agreed so that isnt a concern. i was wondering if you have the parents sign a release form stating that you will not be responsible for the minors actions or the minors well being would this work so that we arent responsible for him? or would this not work since the minors has to be accompanied by an adult?
    thanks
    -h3adrush

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