§ 33.066  CUSTODY AND DETENTION.
   (A)   A child under the age of 18 years who is taken into custody for the alleged violation of a municipal ordinance relating to the following offenses may be temporarily detained by the city in a certified municipal juvenile facility:
      (1)   Vandalism;
      (2)   Shoplifting;
      (3)   Trespassing;
      (4)   Assault;
      (5)   Battery;
      (6)   Assault and battery;
      (7)   Truancy;
      (8)   Curfew violations;
      (9)   Possession of low-point beer;
      (10)   Possession of alcoholic beverages;
      (11)   Disorderly conduct; and
      (12)   Public intoxication.
   (B)   A child under the age of 18 years may be temporarily detained by the city in a certified municipal juvenile facility under the following conditions:
      (1)   The municipality shall immediately take all reasonable steps to attempt to locate the child's parent, legal guardian, legal custodian or attorney, and determine if the parent, legal guardian, legal custodian or attorney is willing to appear at the municipal juvenile facility and assume personal custody of the child upon the child's release from the facility.
      (2)   The child shall be released to the personal custody of his or her parent, legal guardian, legal custodian or attorney as soon as practicable, and upon the written promise of the parent, legal guardian, legal custodian or attorney to return the child to Municipal Court to answer the municipal charges on the date and at the time set by the Municipal Court.
      (3)   The child shall be detained in the municipal juvenile facility for no longer than 24 hours.  If no parent, legal guardian, legal custodian or attorney appears at the municipal juvenile facility and assumes personal custody of the child within the 24-hour period, then custody or release of the child shall be determined pursuant to the provisions of 10 O.S. § 7003-2.1.
      (4)   The child shall not be held in any jail, adult lockup or adult detention facility unless total separation exists between juveniles and adult spatial areas.
      (5)   The child shall be provided with adequate fresh drinking water.
      (6)   The child shall be provided with adequate food not less than three times in a 24-hour period.
      (7)   The child shall be provided with adequate bathroom facilities and bedding.
      (8)   The child shall be provided with any necessary medical care and treatment.
(Prior Code, § 7-202)  (Ord. 1531, passed 2-7-95; Am. Ord. 1538, passed 9-5-95)