Non-Voluntary Return

Non-Voluntary Return

The Non-Voluntary Return workflow allows for the Home/Demanding State’s ICJO to initiate the process for the return of a runaway juvenile to their home state.

After sending the request for the juvenile, the Holding State’s ICJO has the option to approve or deny the request. If denied, the workflow completes. If approved, the Home/Demanding State’s ICJO has 5 business days to send the Holding State the Travel Plan for the juvenile. On the 5th business day, the Home/Demanding State’s ICJO receives a notification that the Travel Plan is due. At this point, they have the option to send the Travel Plan or request a 5 business day extension.

When the Home/Demanding State’s ICJO sends the Travel Plan to the Holding State’s ICJO, the Holding State’s ICJO gets an email notification.

When the juvenile is returned to the Home/Demanding State, the Home/Demanding State’s ICJO completes the workflow.

Click here to view the workflow diagram.


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