If a juvenile sex offender requires placement with a legal guardian prior to acceptance of supervision, under provision of Rule 4-104(4), the sending state shall determine if the circumstances of the juvenile’s immediate placement justify the use of a travel permit, including appropriateness of placement. The sending state shall justify use of Travel Permit.
The sending state shall:
- Determine if circumstances for immediate relocation justify using a travel permit
- Consider the appropriateness of the residence
- Provide an approved travel permit
- Provide a written explanation why ICJ procedures could not be followed
- Transmit ICJ referral within 10 businesses days of issuing a travel permit
- Communicate registration and/or reporting requirements to the juvenile and family
- Maintain supervision responsibility until receiving state accepts supervision
The receiving state shall:
- Advise sending state of registration and/or reporting instructions
- Supervise juvenile pursuant to reporting instructions from the receiving state
For more information, see Rule 4-103
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