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If the person responding to and investigating a report of child abuse or neglect finds that any of the following grounds for removal have been met, such persons shall arrange for removal of the child from the home in which the child is residing and place the child in a temporary receiving home or other appropriate placement, with an emergency removal order from the Tribal Court:

(A) When there is reasonable cause to believe the child is, has been or is in immediate risk of being subjected to abuse or neglect;

(B) When the child is abandoned, lost, or seriously endangered in his or her surroundings and immediate removal appears to be necessary for the child’s protection or the protection of others;

(C) When there are reasonable grounds to believe that the child has run away or escaped from his parents, guardian, or legal custodian due to abuse or neglect; or

(D) When there are reasonable grounds to believe that the child is in imminent danger of serious physical or psychological harm. [Res. 22-R-037, 2/24/2022; Res. 09-R-062 Title 1 § (13)(B), 4/30/2009. Formerly 10.10.300.]