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An act establishing concurrent jurisdiction in juvenile matters with the U.S. Department of Defense for coordination with the military family advocacy program: HB1505
Child Abuse Identification and Reporting, Concurrent Juvenile Jurisdiction
Thanks to Representative Terry Roy, Chapter 77 of 2022 alters statutory jurisdiction at Pease Air National Guard Base to concurrent for violations of federal law by a minor. The law also requires the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services to coordinate and share information with the nearest military family advocacy program if there is a founded allegation of child abuse or neglect at the onset of an investigation implicating military personnel.
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