State Restrictions Related to COVID-19
|State||Visit Restrictions||Airport Restrictions||Contact Number||Other Information|
|Alabama||School are closed, Stay at home rule enacted, travel for JPO's restricted, Courts are holding only emergency hearings.||N/A||334-215-3820|
|Alaska||In-person visits at DJJ facilities resuming, w/restrictions, on phased continuum (see Other Info). In-person visits & community contacts by DJJ JPOs are resuming, w/restrictions, on phased continuum. Health screening, PPE, & social distancing required for all prob. office visits. Alaska Court System restricting visitor access to courthouses, operating w/reduced staffing, & limiting in-person hearings. Courthouse restrictions & limitations vary by location.||All major airports are operational. Current information for non-resident travelers entering Alaska including travel declaration plans, testing requirements, self-quarantine requirements, and employer exemptions can be found here: https://covid19.alaska.gov/travelers/#nonres Local jurisdictions—especially those located off of the road system—may have enacted additional travel restrictions. Travelers should consult with the local government in their final destination to determine requirements.||907-465-1389||Overview of phases & status of each DJJ facility in: http://dhss.alaska.gov/djj/Pages/default.aspx
ICJ Compact Office staff will continue working remotely until January 11, 2021.
|Arizona||Schools are slowing opening to in person learning. It is anticipated that in Oct 2020 more district will have in person learning and that all schools will have in person learning by Jan 2021. Most businesses are now opening slowly at reduced capacities. Some counties and cities are starting to ease mask requirements. In person supervision is slowly being resumed but most other court operations still remain by video only.||Masks are still required at the airport and for most airline flights||(480) 229-4831||Howard Wykes is contact person.|
|Arkansas||AR DYS is requiring that before an out-of-state runaway can be returned to our State, they must be screened (not tested) for Covid-19. Similar screenings will be done on runaways held in AR before they are returned to their Home State.||None||501-682-1929||Schools in AR have been closed until 4-17-20. There is a curfew in Little Rock for juveniles and adults.|
|California||Stay at home order in effect for non essential workers. Schools, parks, retail stores remain closed. Restaurants offer drive in/ take out only. Local probation offices will conduct all contacts with juvenile offenders telephonically.||No airport restrictions, but proper precautions should be taken including the use of face mask if traveling.||(916) 215-8591||No restrictions on the processing of ICJ cases. Any restrictions on the state of California ICJ procedures will be shared.|
|Colorado||Colorado is now under a State Wide Stay at Home Mandate. All Schools and Colleges remain closed until further notice. Everything in the State is closed with the except of Hospitals, Grocery Stores, Medical offices and drive thru or carry out Restaurants. The ICJ office, Parole and Probation Offices continue to work remotely. The courts are open but with limited staff.||DIA remains open. However no Airport Supervision will be provided while the Stay at Home Mandate is in effect.||Please continue to contact Commissioner Foxworth via email, as the phones can't be forwarded at this time.|
|Connecticut||Governor Lamont's Executive Order No. 9I, anyone traveling into Connecticut from a state, other than New York, New Jersey, or Rhode Island, with a positive case rate higher than 10 per 100,000 residents, or higher than a 10% test positivity rate over a 7-day rolling average, or from a country for which the (CDC) has issued a Level 3 Travel Health Notice, are directed to self-quarantine for a 14-day period from the time of last contact within the identified state or country.||None at this time.||860-368-3800||Fully operating. However working with a reduced staffing and modified operations regarding in person contact utilizing technology-in person contact on a needed basis.
The best way to reach compact staff is via email addresses available on the Directory.
See https://portal.ct.gov/Coronavirus/travel for more information.
|Delaware||Schools closed two weeks, No out of state travel.||None; Philadelphia is open.||302-633-2698||Interstate team except Commissioner is working remotely and may be reached by email. Commissioner's work cell is 302-304-2989
|District of Columbia||All contact with youths will occur via telephone or other media means such as Skype, Facetime and Whats APP. Schools are temporarily closed beginning 03/14/2020 through 03/31/2020. Curfew contacts will be conducted via telephone. Schools are closed, as such the required school visits are suspended until schools re-open.||No restrictions announced at this time.||202-368-8649||The District of Columbia announced effective Monday, March 16, 2020 through Tuesday, March 31, 2020. All DC Agency have an existing telework policy. All District Government Agencies, have provided guidance for maintaining essential functions and operations of our agencies during special emergency response circumstances. We are continuing to identify the additional steps that need to be taken during this time as the response to COVID-19 unfolds.|
|Florida||FL DJJ Office of Health Services developed COVID-19 guidance for facilities serving DJJ youth which includes CDC criteria on how to assess and care for youth who are exhibiting fever and respiratory symptoms, environmental cleaning & disinfection recommendations. Schools closed until April 15 (subject to change). Most residential facilities are not allowing visits. Florida’s ITN/STARS (Statewide Transportation and Relocation System) is shut down until further notice. (NO Extradition movement)||None at this time.||(850) 717-2595||As of 3/26/20: private transport services are temporarily suspended. Other restrictions: Restaurants are limited to drive-thru and take-out only, bars, clubs, gyms and movie theaters are closed. Non-essential travel for state employees is suspended until further notice. Continue to email the FL ICJ office with update request as needed. Effective, April 2, 2020: Florida ICJ Office is mandated to follow the Executive Order of the Governor 20-91 and will be telecommuting with limited staff in the office, until further notice.
Phone: Agnes Denson (850) 322-2197 or Tracy Howard (850) 408-0676
|Georgia||Facility visits continue to be suspended until further notice; Community Service Offices are only providing in person meetings for high level offenders, otherwise meetings with youth and families are conducted virtually||Airport Surveillance will be provided on a limited basis||404-683-8606|
|Hawaii||8/27/20-Govenor issued a partial shutdown for 2 weeks; mandatory nshelter in place/work from home. Only essential business and workers allowed to be open and work. Public Schools continue distance learningand has been extended to 10/02/20. Mandatory 14 day quarantine continues. Incoming travelers from Oahu to the other islands also mandated to 14 day quarantine. Pre-testing travel pushed back to 10/01/20||808-954-8224|
|Idaho||As of 6/25/2020: Idaho will transition to a regional response to COVID-19, and the state did not meet metrics to move out of the final stage of the Idaho Rebounds plan.* Whether face-to-face visits are allowed with families varies across the state varies. With 44 counties and a corresponding 7 regional health agencies, it's best to contact the ICJ Office to determine current restrictions.||No known restrictions other than those impacting air travel across the country.||208-577-5406||As of 11/13/2020, Governor Little announced roll back statewide to a modified Stage 2:
• Gatherings of more than 10 people are prohibited. This does not pertain to religious or political expression. Physical distancing is required for all gatherings.
• At-risk Idahoans should self-isolate.
• All Idahoans are encouraged to telework whenever possible and feasible with business operations.
• Masks continue to be required at long-term care facilities.
• Bars, nightclubs, and restaurants continue to operate with seating only.
There is no statewide mask mandate as of 11/18/2020.
Anne Connor - email@example.com
Jen Baer - Jennifer.Baer@idjc.idaho.gov
|Illinois||Schools are closed until March 30 (subject to change). State government is not authorizing any travel out of an employee assigned area. Probation has assigned agents to work from home as well as the Probation ICJ Office. Local courthouses and probation offices are limiting probation visits. Cook County court operations, both criminal and civil, will be postponed for nearly a month. Parole/aftercare has been assigned to work remotely from their assigned offices.||No Surveillance||Limited visits to correctional facilities are allowed. Only critical positions are allowed to enter facilities. Only emergency transports and extraditions are being done. Local restaurants and bars has been ordered not to dine-in, but take out and delivery are still open. Screening tools are in place for those who must make contact with families. Most courts are closed and staff is working from home. The Department of Juvenile Justice is working remotely from home. Parole: runaways and accused - Tomiko Frierson office: 708.709.3382; cell 708.613.1419. Probation: Holly Kassaube cell 217 481-7428
|Indiana||Indiana is currently holding in its stage 4.5 reopening phase until the end of July 2020. Face coverings have been mandated for several counties - (recommended to inquire for additional updates). The compact office remains fully operational with specialists working remotely off site. In person home visits and face-to-face reporting are not permissible in some local jurisdictions. Video conferencing and supplemental technology resources are being utilized to aid counties in meeting compliance.||(317) 232-1315|
|Iowa||Iowa Juvenile Court Officers are currently not doing face to face visits. Instead they are doing video conference and telephonic visits. Face to Face visits are restricted to emergency situations only.||515-725-4068||IA is slowly phasing out and modifying restrictions previously put into place. Restaurants, salons, and medical offices are beginning to open back up with capacity restrictions and other COVID guidelines. Schools will remain closed through the end of the school year. ICJ and Field staff continue to work remotely. All Iowans are being asked to continue to practice social distancing and gatherings are still limited to under 10. IA detention centers and residential facilities have visitor restrictions in place and other COVID related guidelines.|
|Kentucky||Any Kentucky youth being held in another state will be asked to submit to COVID-19 testing prior to returning/being transported back to Kentucky. If a Kentucky youth tests positive for COVID-19 in another state, they have to be medically cleared prior to travel. Youth traveling to Kentucky from certain states will be asked to self quarantine for 14 days. Please contact the KY ICJ Office for a list of those states because that list changes.||Limited transports to the airport and must be cleared of Covid-19||Email Amy Welch or Anna Butler. The Kentucky ICJ Office is telecommuting|
|Louisiana||Staff are not allowed to make contact with any youth, as it relates to supervision, many courts are currently closed, some officers are on call in the event a need arises.||None known||225-922-0614|
|Maine||Corrections Field staff ordered to work from home through Dec., will reassess Jan. 1. Face to face contacts approved with high risk clients. All other clients will meet with field staff either by phone/video. ICJ Home investigations will be completed either in person or virtually on a case by case basis. Courts are open and handling cases in person. All visitors entering the State of Maine from other states must quarantine for 14 days or have tested negative prior to arriving (exempt: NH, VT).||207-592-4946||https://www.maine.gov/covid19/restartingmaine/keepmainehealthy
|Maryland||CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES: Maryland DPSCS is suspending all visits to correctional facilities. The department will provide free phone calls and video visitation for inmates. MD DJS has suspended all face-to-face contacts, home and community-based visitation(s); however, interview/investigation for incoming OOS Courtesy Supervision is being processed via telephone and virtual means (facetime). 4/8: DJS is suspending ALL facilty-to-facility transfers to support health and safety of staff and youth.||Unable to access without ticket.||(410) 230-3200||Youth pending extradition to neighboring States will be housed in staff secure shelters. At this time there are no confirmed cases in Maryland Juvenile Detention Facilities. The MD Courts are closed to the public. MANDATORY TELEWORK: Mandatory telework began Friday, March 13, 2020 for non-essential state employees.|
|Massachusetts: Parole||Face-to-face, community-based visits are scaled back but not completely halted. Teams are using discretion based on need. Contact will primarily be maintained through phone and virtual platforms (e.g. Zoom).||None at this time.||617-908-7025|
|Massachusetts: Probation||MA courts closed to the public, except to conduct emergency hearings and some non-emergency matters that cannot be resolved through a videoconference or telephonic hearing, through July 1. Probation staff are NOT conducting any home visits, and supervision is mostly through telephonic contact. MA is limiting all transfer requests in and out of the state until July 1. Priority will be given to cases at-risk for homelessness. Limited Travel Permit Requests. K-12 Schools closed for the year.||(617) 557-0234||Stephania Cueva - Direct Line: 617-557-0234; Cell: 978-376-7036; email: firstname.lastname@example.org; Donna Reed- Cell: 617-833-2778; email: email@example.com|
|Michigan||ICJ surveillance services in Michigan remain suspended. Airlines are expected to operate reduced flight schedules and some flights may be subject to cancellation.||(517) 335-4256||CONTACT INFO: Please use 517-335-4256 and leave voicemail if not direct answer. For ICJ email, please contact MDHHS-MI-ICJ@michigan.gov
Updated January 19, 2021. The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services has updated its epidemic order in effect until February 1, 2021. Face coverings remain required in enclosed public spaces and public gatherings are limited. Michigan ICJ office staff remain working from out of the office.
|Minnesota||K-12 schools closed at this time.||None Known||651-361-7321|
|Missouri||We are making decisions daily regarding strategies to meet the needs of our youth in this rapidly changing and unprecedented environment. At this time, non-essential in person contact is suspended. Staff will remain in contact with youth and families by phone and skype. Any necessary in person visits will occur only after confirmation that all parties are asymptomatic and with significant distancing.||573-751-1283|
|Montana||We will be processing all TR's and RI's now; only travel restriction is to self-quarantine for 14 days in your residence if travelling into MT.||(406) 444-9522||Our compact office remains open at this time with regular phone and email communication channels available to address any issues.|
|Nebraska||NE has been slowly phasing out and reducing restrictions. Restaurants, salons and other businesses have been allowed to reopen with capacity restrictions and other COVID-19 guidelines. Social distancing continues to be strongly recommended.||(402) 471-0332|
|Nevada||Schools are closed until at least 4/6/2020. Home visits and field work are restricted as well as office visits. Only essential out-of-state travel is permitted.||The NV ICJ office is working remotely, best way to reach us is by email. Gladys Olivares (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Destiny Hernandez (Destiny.Hernandez@dcfs.nv.gov).|
|New Hampshire||Visits: NH has resumed face to face visits with juveniles and families on a case by case basis and with safety protocols in place. Out of State Travel: juveniles entering NH from outside of the New England states are required to quarantine for 2-weeks upon entry.||None at this time||603-573-1590||School: Some NH schools have resumed in person, while others have opted for a hybrid model or full remote learning to start the year.
Field: Field officers and supervisor continue to work remotely, with limited staff being allowed in local offices at a time.
Caitlyn Bickford continues to be the contact for all ICJ related business and continues to work remotely. Caitlyn can be reached by phone or email: Caitlyn.Bickford@dhhs.nh.gov
|New Jersey||Some travel limitations--contact the NJ Compact office for further detail.||NJ ICJ will be working remotely. Please continue to use regular ICJ contact information.|
|New Mexico||No transfers will be allowed to City of Gallup, New Mexico, which has placed under Riot Control Act, so no visitors allowed into or off city limits. City is locked down until end of May.||Self Isolate upon arrival for out of state travelers||505-699-7476||Transfer cases cannot be accepted to city of Gallup at this time.|
|New York: Parole||On June 24, 2020, New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo issued Executive Order No. 205, requiring individuals traveling to New York, from states with significant community spread of COVID-19, to quarantine for 14 days. Should a juvenile be traveling from an identified state to New York for a visit, or testing residence, the juvenile/family may be subject to the mandatory 14 day quarantine. Please contact the New York ICJ Office or https://www.ny.gov for a list of applicable states.||NY will not be able to provide airport surveillance at this time.||518-473-4512||Field staff will be in contact with assigned youth and will conduct their interviews as best practices allow using social distancing and good hygiene practices. If a request for runaway apprehension is submitted, please ensure that a requisition is submitted along with NCIC entry.|
|New York: Probation||The New York State Probation Compact Office will be telecommuting for the next 2 weeks. All staff will have access to their work email accounts, which are listed in the national directory, and all questions or issues should be submitted in that form, with a copy to email@example.com. For emergency situations that need immediate assistance, please contact Probation DCA Matt Charton at 518-708-5338.|
|North Carolina||Home & facility visits have resumed by NC field staff (Court Counselors) while wearing PPE’s and maintaining social distancing when possible. NC court proceedings have resumed. Judicial Districts are conducting proceedings on a case by case basis; some via tele-conference with others reducing/limiting the size of the dockets to maintain social distancing.||Airport surveillances have resumed through Charlotte-Douglas and Raleigh-Durham. These airports have remained open throughout the pandemic with reduced flight schedules. Surveillances are being conducted and are considered on an individual basis.||(919) 324-6396||On September 30, Governor Cooper cautiously eased restrictions with Executive Order 169, which moves NC into Phase 3 beginning on October 2 at 5pm. Its new provisions include the following: Large outdoor venues with seating greater than 10,000 may operate with 7% occupancy for spectators. Smaller outdoor entertainment venues, like arenas or amphitheaters, may operate outdoors at 30% of outdoor capacity, or 100 guests, whichever is less. Movie theaters and conference centers may open indoor spaces to 30% of capacity, or 100 guests, whichever is less. Bars may operate outdoors at 30% of outdoor capacity, or 100 guests, whichever is less. Amusement parks may open at 30% occupancy, outdoor attractions only. The limits on mass gatherings will remain at 25 people indoors and 50 people outdoors.|
|North Dakota||Out of state travel is extremely limited. All visits with people outside of the office are suspended and Skype will be used when possible. No outside agency people allowed in offices as this time.||701-328-3936|
|Ohio||State Juvenile Parole: Home visits allowed for high risk youth and sex offenders. All other contact will be made via phone/video. County Juvenile Probation: Contact Ohio ICJ Office for county-specific restrictions. All travel for employees halted unless deemed "mission critical". In-person meetings suspended. Juvenile correctional facilities suspended visitation. "Stay At Home" order extended to 5/1/2020. Anyone entering Ohio from out of state is asked to self-quarantine for 14 days.||Airports remains open. Coordination for transport to and from airports will be very difficult.||614-466-2788||All schools in Ohio have been cancelled for at least the next 3 weeks. Restaurants and bars have been ordered to close. Barbers hops, hair salon, tattoo parlors, nail salons, spas are now closed. Restaurants are take out only. The Bureau of Motor Vehicles is now closed. Many courts are operating under restricted dockets. All employers are encouraged to screen employees at the beginning of every work day. Please continue to contact the Ohio ICJ Office for any case or county specific questions.|
|Oklahoma||Face-to-face and home visits are prohibited. All residential juvenile justice facilities have ended visitation at this time. It is still being determined what schools / classes will open this fall.||None at this time.||405-990-3801|
|Oregon||3/23/20: Stay at Home Executive Order in effect until terminated. Parole/Probation: Home visits & field work restricted. Please contact Oregon ICJ Office regarding any county specific restrictions on probation cases. OYA facilities & secure detention centers visitations are canceled & restricted visitation is allowed for youth's attorneys & JPPO's/Probation Officers if needed. Only essential transports will be conducted including ICJ, and due to safety concerns regarding a youth or court ordered||No airport restrictions at this time.||503-373-7569||Schools are closed until the end of April 2020. All non-essential travel is prohibited and non-essential businesses have been ordered to close while this Executive Order is in place. Please contact Oregon ICJ Office if you have any questions pertaining to this Executive Order. Please note that this information is emergent and subject to change. The Oregon ICJ Office is working remotely and will remain open at this time.|
|Pennsylvania||By Order issued November 17, 2020, the Wolf administration is requiring that travelers entering Pennsylvania from other countries and states, as well as Pennsylvanians who are returning home from other countries or states, have a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours prior to entering the Commonwealth or quarantine for 14 days upon entry into Pennsylvania.||When does this Order take effect? This Order will take effect at 12:01 a.m. on Friday, November 20, 2020 and will be in effect until further notice.
Is this a recommendation or requirement? This is a requirement. The Order is an enforceable disease control measure authorized by the Disease Prevention and Control Law. Any updates to this Order can be found at https://www.health.pa.gov/topics/disease/coronavirus/Pages/Travelers.aspx
The list is updated every Friday.
|Rhode Island||RI is not conducting face to face contacts at this time. We are utilizing Skype, FaceTime, phone contacts and other technology to see as many youth as possible.||The Governor has ordered that anyone arriving via the RI Airport, domestic and international, self quarantine for 14 days. We have not ever been asked to do airport surveillance. Given that, I would say we cannot provide surveillance under the current circumstances. If there were an emergency, we would address that on a case by case basis.||401-528-3520|
|South Carolina||SC Department of Juvenile Justice has suspended visitation at all secure facilities an alternative placement sites for days (April 14th). Only essential external functions and personnel will be allowed in our facilities.||None||803-896-8088||Secondary contact number is 803-896-9351|
|Tennessee||Agency staff are making contacts with youth via video conferencing & face to face with social distancing. TN is gradually reopening encouraging employees to protect co-workers & customers by using social distancing, proper hygiene & wearing protective equipment when appropriate. State employees must wear masks in offices & those who can continue to work from home. The Supreme Court has mandated that masks must be worn during court hearings, with exceptions for persons w/specific medical problems||None at this time||(615) 741-9856||Agency staff is prohibited from out of state air travel. Compact office staff are working and accessible via normal communication channels. We will strive to meet deadlines; however, in some situations this crisis may create a barrier to meeting established deadlines.|
|Texas||JPOs in at least two major counties will not visit any youth in the field and will only supervise by telephone. More are expected to enact similar policies soon. No work related or out of state travel for most state agencies.||As of 3/18/20, Texas' airport supervision provider will not be able to go to the airport to do airport supervision at this time. Airport supervision at DFW and Houston (Bush Intl) is suspended until further notice.||Texas ICJ will be working from home starting Thursday 3/19/20. Email or communication request is the best way to reach us.|
|Utah||Utah's Judiciary issued an amended Administrative Order dated June 26, 2020, that extends restrictions, possibly for at least another six months. This continues to limit most hearings to remote transmission (phone/video conferencing) and continues to limit Probation's contact with youth and families to remote communication.||Airport Surveillance is unavailable due to restrictions placed on staff travel and contact with youth. Transportation to airports of out-of-state youth is limited, in some cases, unavailable.||(801) 578-3857||Utah has removed the travel declaration requirement for incoming travelers.|
|Vermont||In person visits and contacts have been suspended unless there is a safety issue that requires an in person response.||802-735-6104|
|Virginia||Home & field visits are being made via telephone and video, when possible. Out-of-state travel has been suspended for 30 days. Visitation to correctional centers has been suspended. Local detentions centers have varied policies regarding visitation.||Air travel from airports with international flights are suspended. Other air travel will be considered on individual basis.||Schools now closed for the year. Court restrictions in place and most localities are closed to the public. Non-essential business are closed. Stay-at-home order issued until 6/10/20.|
|Washington||Individual counties are able to apply for phase 2 & 3 for reopening. No face to face parole or probation contact is approved at this time.||None known at this time||360-485-5113||ICJ staff teleworking until further notice. Continue to e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
ICJ Staff are scheduled for mandatory furlough days once per week through July. Response times may be delayed during those days.
|West Virginia||Juvenile correctional facilities and detention centers have stopped all visitation; all schools are closed; State employee travel ban in effect.||304-558-4281|
|Wisconsin||No restrictions. JPO's are not conducting in-person HER's or home visits. School is in session, but vary from district to district. Some are in-person, some are virtual, and some are a combination. No travel restrictions.||None at this time.||608-240-5931|