2019 Performance Measurement Assessment

The following information details how compliance will be measured for the 2019 Performance Measurement Assessment. All JIDS users have access to Custom Reports and can check your state's compliance at anytime. 

Learn how to access Custom Reports here. 

Assessments will be begin in January 2019.

Compliance Priority A: Safe and Successful Supervision

Standard Number Standard Language Rule Reference Measurement Method

A-01

For all cases falling under Rule 4-102, Receiving States shall forward the home evaluation within 45 calendar days of receipt of the referral.

4-102(4)

JIDS Custom Report:

Compliance for Home Evaluation Requests Detail and Summary Reports

Compliance is determined by how many eligible transfer files were past the 45 calendar day due date for the assessment period.

A-02

Receiving States shall furnish written progress reports to the sending state on no less than a quarterly basis.

5-101(4)

JIDS Custom Report:

Pending QPR Detail Report

Compliance is determined by how many supervision cases have overdue QPR reports.

A-03

Sending States shall respond to a report of violation no later than 10 business days following receipt.

5-103(2)

JIDS Custom Report:

Compliance for Violation Report Response Detail

Compliance is determined by how many cases had overdue violation report responses (past 10 business day due date) for the assessment period.

A-04

Sending States shall issue a referral packet within 30 calendar days of the effective date of the Travel Permit for a juvenile testing a proposed residence. 

8-101(3)

JIDS Custom Report: 

Compliance for Travel Permit - Testing Residence Detail and Summary Reports

Compliance is determined by how many eligible transfer files submitted via the Travel Permit - Testing Residence workflow were past the 30 calendar day due date for submitting a referral packet during the assessment period. 

 

Compliance Priority B: Effective Returns

Standard Number Standard Language Rule Reference Measurement Method

B-04

The Holding State shall ensure that juveniles in agreement with the voluntary return shall
sign the Form III in the presence of a judge who also signs the Form III.

6-102(6)

Case Review:

Identify up to 25 voluntary returns and determine if the judge and juvenile signed the Form III on the same date. 

Compliance is determined by number of cases with forms that do not meet requirements / number of eligible cases assessed.

 

Compliance Priority C: Compact Office Operations

Standard Number Standard Language Rule Reference Measurement Method

C-01

States shall use the electronic information system authorized by the Commission for all forms processed through the Interstate Compact for Juveniles.

3-101

Review Global Assignments to determine if state is using JIDS to process forms.

Determine percentage of overdue assignments and outdated workflows.

When overdue assignments or outdated workflows represent 20% or more of total assignments, state will be referred to Compliance Committee for review and further action.

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