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A law enforcement officer _____ take temporary custody of a child to take the child's fingerprints if:
(1) the officer has _____ to believe that the child has engaged in delinquent conduct;
(2) the officer has investigated _____ and has found other _____ during the investigation; and
(3) the officer has _____ to believe that the child's fingerprints will _____ the other fingerprints.

may; probable cause; that conduct; fingerprints; probable cause; match

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A law enforcement officer _____ take temporary custody of a child to take the child's photograph if:
(1) the officer has _____ to believe that the child has engaged in delinquent conduct; and
(2) the officer has probable cause to believe that the child's photograph will be of _____ in the investigation of that conduct.

may; probable cause; material assistance

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If a law enforcement officer _____ take the child into custody under Section 52.01, the child _____ be released from temporary custody authorized under this section as soon as the _____ or _____ are obtained.

does not; shall; fingerprints; photographs

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A law enforcement officer who under this section obtains fingerprints or photographs from a child _____:
(1) immediately _____ them if they _____ lead to a positive comparison or identification; and
(2) make a reasonable effort to _____ the child's parent, guardian, or custodian of the action taken.

shall; destroy; do not; notify

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A law enforcement officer who takes a child into custody with _____ to believe that the child has engaged in conduct indicating a need for supervision as described by Section 51.03(b)(3)(delinquent conduct) and who after _____ is unable to determine the _____ of the child, may fingerprint or photograph the child to establish the child's _____. On determination of the child's identity or that the child cannot be identified by the fingerprints or photographs, the law enforcement officer _____ immediately _____ all copies of the fingerprint records or photographs of the child.

probable cause; reasonable effort; identity; identity; shall; destroy