The chief court counselor in each district appointed under G.S. 143B-806(b)(15) may:
(1) Appoint juvenile court counselors, secretaries, and other personnel authorized by the Division in accordance with the personnel policies adopted by the Division.
(2) Supervise and direct the program of juvenile intake, protective supervision, probation, and post-release supervision within the district.
(3) Provide in-service training for staff as required by the Division.
(4) Keep any records and make any reports requested by the Secretary in order to provide statewide data and information about juvenile needs and services.
(5) Delegate to a juvenile court counselor or supervisor the authority to carry out specified responsibilities of the chief court counselor to facilitate the effective operation of the district.
(6) Designate a juvenile court counselor in the district as acting chief court counselor, to act during the absence or disability of the chief court counselor. (1998-202, ss. 1(b), 2(f); 1998-217, s. 57(3); 2000-137, s. 1(b); 2009-320, s. 1; 2011-145, s. 19.1(l), (t), (ddd).)
Last modified: March 23, 2014