(A) Pursuant to Juvenile Rule 9(A), if the best interests of the child and of the public require, a matter may be referred to unofficial status and the child subject to the complaint referred to diversion, in lieu of formal Court action.
(B) Unofficial cases considered by the Court shall not be subject to the other provisions of these rules.
(C) Unofficial cases shall not be part of the permanent record of the child and shall be removed from the child’s file when he/she is no longer subject to the jurisdiction of the Juvenile Court.
No person, except for Court staff, shall have access to records of unofficial matters, without the consent of the Court.
(D) Cases that might otherwise qualify for diversion may remain in an official status where there are multiple offenders not all of whom are eligible for diversion or where family or other circumstances indicate that the best interests of the child and the public are not served by a referral to diversion and unofficial status.