January 14, 2019: Juvenile Apprehended in Holding State Workflow

Workflow effective on January 14, 2019

When a holding state apprehends a juvenile from another state, that state notifies the home/demanding state using a Form III or other applicable documentation.  The holding state initiates the Juvenile Apprehended in Holding State workflow.

  • If the juvenile returns voluntarily, a Voluntary Return workflow is automatically initiated to track the return.
  • If the juvenile refuses to return voluntarily, the home/demanding state has 60-calendar days to hold a requisition petition hearing.
  • If the petition is approved by the home/demanding state, the holding state has 30-calendar days to hold a requisition hearing.
  • If the holding state denies the requisition, the home/demanding state is notified.
  • If holding state approves requisition, a Non-Voluntary Return workflow is automatically initiated to track the return.
  • If the juvenile decides to return voluntarily at the hearing, a Voluntary Return workflow is automatically initiated to track the return.

Click here to view the step-by-step workflow guide.

Click the link below to view the workflow diagram.

Which state starts the workflow?

This workflow is intended to be started by the Holding State; however, no matter which state (Holding or Home/Demanding) enters the juvenile into the system and starts the Juvenile Apprehended in Holding State workflow, the assignment will always go to the Holding State's assignment page after the workflow is initiated.

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