January 14, 2019: Return for Failed Supervision

Return for Failed Supervision - effective 1/14/2019

The Return for Failed Supervision workflow allows for the Receiving State’s ICJO to initiate the process for the return of a juvenile to their home state, whose supervision has failed in the receiving state. 

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The Receiving State compact office initiates the return in JIDS in the juvenile's existing transfer file.

The Sending State has 5 business days to return the juvenile. After the initial 5 business days, the Sending State can apply a 5 business day extension, if both state compact offices agree.

If the juvenile needs a Travel Plan, which is required to track airport surveillance at a third-party layover state, the Travel Plan is uploaded to the file and the new Travel Plan workflow is initiated separately. 

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

 

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