Can police come to your high school looking for you?
Can a police officer come to your high school looking for you? What if they can't get a hold of your parents, can they come to your school?
Yes. They're the police, they can go anywhere to look for you: work, school or home.
Yes, they can. If you're a minor, you have the right not to be questioned without your parent present unless the parent approves, but they can still take you into custody. That said, it is a minor's right not to be questioned without a parent present, just as it is anyone's right not to be questioned without a lawyer present -- if the minor waives that right by talking anyway, the police have done nothing wrong. (told from a US point of view...I don't know the laws in other countries)
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