Section 12-15-140

Content of order; order may set forth reasonable conditions of behavior for parents, persons responsible for care; enumeration of certain specific requirements which may be included in order.

(a) The protection or restraint order may set forth reasonable conditions of behavior to be observed by a person who is a parent, legal guardian, legal custodian, or other person legally responsible for the care of the child subject to a juvenile court proceeding, or the spouse of the parent, or spouse of any other person legally responsible for the care of the child, or relatives of any of the above, or residents of the home of the child, or any other person.

(b) The protection or restraint order, among other things, may require any person or persons to do any of the following:

(1) Stay away from the home in which the child subject to a juvenile court proceeding resides, the family or the child.

(2) Vacate the home in which the child subject to a juvenile court proceeding resides.

(3) Permit a parent, legal guardian, or legal custodian to visit the child subject to a juvenile court proceeding at stated periods pursuant to stated conditions or deny visitation.

(4) Deny access to the home in which the child subject to a juvenile court proceeding resides to persons who have been harmful to the child.

(5) Refrain from acts of commission or omission that tend to make the home in which the child subject to a juvenile court proceeding resides an unsafe place for the child.

(6) Cooperate with any treatment or Department of Human Resources service plan found necessary to the best interests of the child subject to a juvenile court proceeding.

(7) Obtain or participate in individual or family counseling.

(8) Refrain from abusive, disruptive, or harassing behavior toward the child subject to a juvenile court proceeding, the other parent, legal guardian, or legal custodian.

(9) Limit or refrain from contact or communication with the child subject to a juvenile court proceeding, family, children in the home, or any other child.

(10) Pay temporary support for the child subject to a juvenile court proceeding or other family members and the costs of medical, psychiatric, or physical treatment or care of the child or other family members.

(Acts 1991, No. 91-661, p. 1265, §3; §12-15-152; amended and renumbered by Act 2008-277, p. 441, §9.)