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Here are legal age restrictions for children left at home alone. Some are guidelines and some states may have more definitive laws than others.
|STATE||MINIMUM AGE OF HOME ALONE CHILD||REFERENCE|
|Alabama||None||Alabama Babysitting Laws|
|Alaska||Unknown||No Resource Found|
|Arizona||None||AZ Child Protective Services (CPS) Frequently Asked Questions|
|Arkansas||None||Definitions of Child Abuse and Neglect - Arkansas|
|California||None||Sierra Sacramento Coalition|
|Colorado*||12||Colorado Department of Human Services|
|Connecticut||None||State of Connecticut Attorney General's Office|
|Delaware*||12||Delaware Division of Family Services|
|Florida||None||Florida Department of Children & Families|
|Georgia*||8||Georgia Division of Family & Children Services|
|Hawaii||None||Hawaii Department Of The Attorney General|
|Idaho||None||Idaho Department of Health & Welfare|
|Illinois||14||Illinois Compiled Statutes|
|Indiana||None||Prevent Child Abuse Indiana|
|Iowa||None||Iowa State University|
|Kansas*||6||Kansas Department For Children and Families|
|Kentucky||Unknown||No Resource Found|
|Louisiana||None||Louisiana Department of Social Services|
|Maine||None||Maine Kids & Kin|
|Maryland||8||Baltimore County, Maryland FAQ|
|Massachusetts||None||Massachusetts Trial Court Law Libraries|
|Michigan*||11||The Michigan Child Protection Law (Appendix 2)|
|Minnesota||None||Dakota County, Minnesota Child Supervision|
|Mississippi*||12||Mississippi State University|
|Missouri||None||Platte County, Missouri Juvenile Office Resources|
|Montana||None||Montana Child & Family Services|
|Nebraska||None||Nebraska Dept of Health & Human Resources|
|Nevada||None||Las Vegas Review-Journal|
|New Hampshire||None||State Of New Hampshire Attorney General|
|New Jersey||None||Bergen County Department of Human Services|
|New Mexico||10||City of Albuquerque Child Safety At Home|
|New York||None||New York Children & Family Services|
|North Carolina||8||NC Health & Human Services|
|North Dakota*||9||Prevent Child Abuse North Dakota|
|Ohio||None||The Cleveland Law: Home Alone Children|
|Oklahoma||None||After-School Safety for Children Who Are Home Alone|
|Oregon||10||Oregon State Laws|
|Pennsylvania||None||Pittsburg Post-Gazette.com article June, 2007|
|Rhode Island||Unknown||No Resource Found|
|South Dakota||None||South Dakota Law|
|Tennessee*||10||Tennessee Juvenile & Family Court Judges|
|Texas||None||Texas Family & Protective Services|
|Utah||None||Children's Service Society of Utah|
|Vermont||Unknown||No Resource Found|
|Virginia||None||Virginia Coalition for Child Abuse Prevention|
|Washington*||10||Washington State Dept of Social and Health Services|
|West Virginia||Unknown||No Resource Found|
|Wisconsin||None||City of Madison Fire Department|
|Wyoming||Unknown||No Resource Found
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