Promoting the safety of juveniles and communities by empowering states to proactively monitor UNITY data and fully operationalize ICJ Rules.
UNITY Data Maintenance
Keeping your data clean and accurate
For 2023, the Commission will focus on the following UNITY Data Maintenance tasks:
Maximum Probation / Parole Date
Unity User Access Review
HE & QPR Pending Case Review
Return Case Review
TOS Case Review
Juvenile Profile Data Review
Travel Permit Case Review
Operationalizing ICJ Rules
For 2023, the Commission will focus on the 2 standards:
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. Rule 4-102(4)
A-02: Receiving States shall furnish written progress reports to the sending state on no less than a quarterly basis. Rule 5-101(4)
For each UNITY Maintenance Cycle:
90% of state UNITY Coordinators will review and/or correct cases identified
By August 31, 2023:
No more than 10% of HE reports will be overdue nationally; &
Each state will have no more than 10% of QPR reports will be overdue.
By December 31, 2023:
No more than 5% of HE reports will be overdue nationally; &
Each state will have no more than 5% of QPR reports will be overdue.