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Limited Parking at Juvenile Justice Center

The County of Kern is installing solar panels in the parking lot of Public Health. This will impact parking at the Juvenile Justice Center. The project is expected to last through May 1, 2024.

Professional & Non-Professional Supervised Visits

READ BEFORE USING SUPERVISED VISITATION PROVIDER LIST

DISCLAIMER: The providers listed have identified themselves to the Kern County Superior Court as supervised visitation providers in this area. These providers are not affiliated with the court, and each provider is independently responsible for compliance with any and all applicable legal requirements. The court does not endorse, evaluate, supervise, or monitor these programs.

https://selfhelp.courts.ca.gov/guide-supervised-visitation

 

Information about submitting questions, concerns, or complaints

All information must be submitted in writing. Please submit your information via email.

Additions/Changes/Removal from/to Supervised Visitation Provider List

Anyone who wishes to be added to the Supervised Visitation Provider List must complete and comply with the requirements

If you wish to be added, be removed, or to make a change to the Supervised Visitation Provider List, all information must be submitted in writing.

Please submit your information via email.

Only trainings with the Judicial Council of California will be accepted. For information visit: Here.

Professional Supervised Visitation Provider List

The Professional Supervised Visitation Provider List

Nonprofessional Providers Supervising Child Visits

A nonprofessional provider is someone who does not have special training to supervise parents visiting with their child. They may monitor the exchanges of a child between the parents. A nonprofessional provider may be a friend or family member which both parents agree to have supervise the visit or the exchange. They do not get paid.

A nonprofessional provider should:

  • Make safety their top priority during the visit or exchange

  • Speak the same language as the parents and child

  • Be neutral

  • Be comfortable following the judge’s order

  • Feel comfortable ending a visit, if needed

A qualified nonprofessional provider must not have a record of child abuse, child molestation, or any crime against another person. They do not qualify if they have been on probation or parole in the last 10 years.

  1. The nonprofessional provider must read and understand the judge’s order.

  2. They must also complete a court form FL-324(NP) 

To learn more about your role, go to A Guide for Non-Professional Providers. This information is in Spanish. To better understand your role, a free training is available at

http://www2.courtinfo.ca.gov/accesstovisitation/story_html5.html

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