Pending Quarterly Progress Report Custom Report

Pending Quarterly Progress Detail Report

Report published 08/20/2015

The Pending Quarterly Progress Detail Report  measures the next four due dates for a juvenile’s Quarterly Progress Report (QPR). To display in this report, the file must have completed the Request for Transfer of Supervision workflow, and the Case Status index field must be set to “Active”.  Users may sort results where your state is the Receiving State or the Sending State. Please note, this report make take up to 1 minute to return results.

This report examines  the start date of the most recent Quarterly Progress Report workflow and adds 90, 180, 270, and 360 days to generate due dates in the four columns. If no previous Quarterly Progress Reports workflows were sent, the report looks at the completion date of the Request for Transfer of Supervision workflow and adds 90, 180, 270, and 360 days to generate due dates in the four columns.

Results are sorted by the first due date in column 1. If a file has an overdue Quarterly Progress Report, the date in column 1 will be red:

 

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Users may select to display results as follows:  

All – includes overdue files

Next 7 Days – displays files with Quarterly Progress Reports due within the next 7 days

Next 14 Days – displays files with Quarterly Progress Reports due within the next 14 days

Next 30 Days – displays files with Quarterly Progress Reports due within the next 14 days

Past Due – displays only overdue files

  

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                                                                      Q & A

How do I access this report?

To access this report:

  1. Select the Reports icon (ReportsButton.png ) on the left hand navigation.
  2. A drop down will appear - select “JIDS Custom Reports.”

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      3. A new screen will open. Scroll down and select "Pending Quarterly Progress Report Detail" from the Custom Reports homepage.

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What if our state is overdue on the first Quarterly Progress Report?

If your state is behind on a QPR report for a juvenile, you can get back on track by sending a completed QPR report via the Quarterly Progress Report workflow. Afterward, the report will reflect new due dates for the file based on the most recent QPR workflow sent date.

What about Violation or Absconder Reports?

The Quarterly Progress Report due dates displayed in this report do not account for reports sent via the Violation Report and Reply workflow or the Absconder Violation Report workflow.  

How does the report correspond to the Quarterly Monitor Child Process workflow?

This report has no direct connection to nor does it take into consideration the Quarterly Monitor Child Process reminder workflow, because the receiving state compact office may not have clicked “Continue Receiving Quarterly Notifications” to reset the reminder timer.  Click here to read more about the Quarterly Monitor Child Process workflow.

 

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