Juvenile Detention Facility
Shelby County maintains a 34-bed regional juvenile detention facility to accommodate youthful detainees and segregate them from the general adult detention facility. This facility is operational 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Relevance to the Public
The overall goal of the Shelby County Regional Juvenile Detention Facility is to create a program to provide for the temporary and safe custody of juveniles who are alleged and/or adjudicated delinquent, and who require a restricted environment for their own or the community's protection while pending legal action.
Summer Meals Program 2018
Shelby County Regional Juvenile Detention Facility (SCRJDF) would like to share information concerning Summer Feeding Programs. The Summer Feeding Program is a summer meals program established to ensure that children continue to receive nutritious meals when school is not in session. Through this program, free nutritious meals are provided to all children during the summer months.
Although SCRJDF does not host a Summer Feeding Site, your child (ren) may attend a Summer Feeding Program outside of our facility.
Here are 2 links to find a summer feeding site closest to your home:
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