(a) Every facility of the Division of Juvenile Facilities shall provide each youth who is placed in the facility with an age and developmentally appropriate orientation that includes an explanation and a copy of the rights of the youth, as specified in Section 224.71, and that addresses the youths questions and concerns.
(b) Each facility of the Division of Juvenile Facilities shall post a listing of the rights provided by Section 224.71 in a conspicuous location. The Office of the Ombudspersons of the Division of Juvenile Facilities shall design posters and provide the posters to each Division of Juvenile Facilities facility subject to this subdivision. These posters shall include the toll-free telephone number of the Office of the Ombudspersons of the Division of Juvenile Facilities.
(c) Consistent with Chapter 17.5 (commencing with Section 7290) of Division 7 of Title 1 of the Government Code, on or before July 1, 2010, the division shall ensure the listing of rights and posters described in this section are translated into Spanish and other languages as determined necessary by the division.
(d) A copy of the rights of the youth shall be included in orientation packets provided to parents or guardians of wards. Copies of the rights of youth in English, Spanish, and other languages shall also be made available in the visiting areas of division facilities and, upon request, to parents or guardians.