2019 California Code
Welfare and Institutions Code - WIC
CHAPTER 1 - The Youth Authority
ARTICLE 4 - Powers and Duties of Youth Authority
Section 1752.


To the extent that necessary funds are available for the purposes the director may:

(a) Establish and operate a treatment and training service and such other services as are proper for the discharge of his duties;

(b) Create administrative districts suitable to the performance of his duties;

(c) Employ and discharge all such persons as may be needed for the proper execution of the duties of the authority. Such employment and discharge shall be in accord with the civil service laws of this state.

Any open examination for the position of parole agent I, group supervisor, youth counselor, and other custodial and parole positions which normally afford entry into the Youth Authority service shall require the demonstration of the physical ability to effectively carry out the duties and responsibilities of the position in a manner which would not inordinately endanger the health or safety of a custodial person or a parolee or the health and safety of others.

(Amended by Stats. 1981, Ch. 453, Sec. 7. Conditionally operative as prescribed by Sec. 8 of Ch. 453.)

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