||For all cases falling under Rule 4-102, Receiving States shall forward the home evaluation within 45 calendar days of receipt of the referral.
||Receiving States shall furnish written progress reports to the sending state on no less than a quarterly basis.
||Sending States shall respond to a report of violation no later than 10 business days following receipt.
||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.
||With regard to state committed parole cases, Sending States shall not allow the juvenile to transfer to the receiving state until the request for transfer has been approved.
||With regard to state committed parole cases, Sending States shall forward parole conditions to the receiving state upon the juvenile’s release from an institution and the Form V prior to the juvenile relocating to the receiving state.
||With regard to state committed parole cases where it is necessary for a juvenile to relocate out of state prior to the acceptance of supervision, Sending States shall provide the complete ICJ referral to the receiving state ICJ Office within ten (10) business days of issuing a Travel Permit for that juvenile.
||With regard to probation cases, Sending States shall ensure referral documents are complete and forwarded to the receiving state.
||With regard to juvenile sex offender cases, Sending States shall ensure documentation is provided to the receiving state.
||With regard to juvenile sex offender cases where it is necessary for a juvenile sex offender to relocate prior to the acceptance of supervision, Sending States shall provide the completed ICJ referral to the receiving state ICJ Office within 10 business days of issuing a Travel Permit for that juvenile.
||The Receiving State’s ICJ Administrator or authorized agent shall sign the Home Evaluation accepting or denying supervision.
||Receiving States shall submit a Violation Report for juvenile absconders that include the juvenile’s last known address and phone number, date of the juvenile’s last personal contact with the supervising agent, details regarding how the supervising agent determined the juvenile to be an absconder, and any pending charges in the receiving state.
||As it applies to Rule 5-103, when a juvenile is out of compliance with conditions of supervision, Receiving States shall submit a Violation Report that contains the date and description of the new citation or technical violation, the status and disposition (if any), supporting documentation regarding the violation, efforts or interventions made to redirect the behavior, sanctions if they apply and receiving state recommendations.
||Sending States shall ensure juveniles relocate within 90 calendar days of the receiving state accepting a probation/parole case for supervision.
||Sending States shall provide a written explanation within 60 calendar days when a request to discharge/terminate supervision is denied.
||Travel permits shall not exceed 90 calendar days.