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Rule 2-102: Data Collection

1.  As required by Article III (K) of the compact, member states shall gather, maintain and report data regarding the interstate movement of juveniles who are supervised under this compact and the return of juveniles who have absconded, escaped or fled to avoid prosecution or run away.  Each member state shall report annually by July 31st.

2.  Runaways, escapees, absconders and accused delinquents:

a. The total number of runaways, escapees, absconders and accused delinquents located in and located out of the reporting state processed during the reporting period.
b. The total number of Requisitions (Form I and Form II) sent from and received by the
reporting state during the reporting period.
c. The total number of juveniles who were not returned per Requisition (Form I and Form II)
by or to the reporting state during the reporting period.
d. The reason(s) the juvenile was not returned per Requisition (Form I and Form II) by or to the reporting state during the reporting period.
 
3.  Airport Supervision:
a. The total number of airport supervision requests met during the reporting period.
 
4.  Parole Supervision:
a. The total number of incoming parole cases received from other states for investigation and/or supervision during the reporting period and the number which were sex offender related.
b. The total number of outgoing parole cases sent from the reporting state for investigation and/or supervision during the reporting period and the number which were sex offender related.
c. The total number of incoming parole cases terminated during the reporting period.
d. The total number of outgoing parole cases terminated during the reporting period.
e. The total number of incoming/outgoing failed placements for violations and the number of incoming / outgoing returned.
f. The number of incoming/outgoing failed placements for reasons other than violations and the number of incoming/outgoing returned.
 
5.  Probation Supervision:
a. The total number of incoming probation cases received from other states for investigation and/or supervision during the reporting period and the number which were sex offender related.
b. The total number of outgoing probation cases sent from the reporting state for investigation and/or supervision during the reporting period and the number which were sex offender related.
c. The total number of incoming probation cases terminated during the reporting period.
d. The total number of outgoing probation cases terminated during the reporting period.
e. The number of incoming/outgoing failed placements for violations and the number of incoming/outgoing returned.
f. The number of incoming/outgoing failed placements for reasons other than violations and the number of incoming/outgoing returned.
 
6.  This Rule will not expire until the Electronic Information System approved by the Commission is fully implemented and functional.
 
History: Adopted September 15, 2010, effective January 1, 2011; amended October 26, 2011; effective March 1, 2012; amended October 9, 2013, effective April 1, 2014
 
 
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