Ad Hoc to Individual User

Ad Hoc to Individual User

Ad hoc to Individual User

The Ad hoc to Individual User workflow allows for communication between the ICJO and field officers (JPS and JPO users). This workflow can be used for notifications (ex. to let a JPO know when a juvenile will be visiting their state) or for sending documents that need to be completed (ex. a JPO fills out a Form IX and sends it to their JPS, who sends it to their ICJO in a Quarterly Progress Report workflow).  This route is to be used for all correspondence outside of ICJO to ICJO communication.

Ad Hoc Routing

Uses of Ad Hoc Routing

Ad Hoc Routing allows for an ICJO to send documents to their field staff. This can be done for a variety of reasons, but its primary uses will be to notify field staff (ex. The receiving state ICJO ad hoc routing a Form VII to a JPS or JPO to alert them that a juvenile will be visiting their state) or to send a form to field staff for them to complete (ex. The receiving state ICJO ad hoc routing a Form VIII to a JPS or JPO so they can conduct a Home Evaluation for a juvenile).

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