Training Scenarios – Travel Permits


Scenario 3A: Create a Travel Permit Case

 

What’s happening:

  • JPO requests Travel Permit for John Test [Insert State Name], who is visiting grandparents during summer break.
  • Sending State initiates Travel Permit (visit not to exceed 90 days) for John Test [Insert State Name].

 

What to do:

  • Search Juveniles for John Test [Insert State Name] to use existing file created under Scenario 2A.
  • Initiate a New Case File > Travel Case > Does Not exceed 90 Days.
  • Process the travel permit to close without any added Events.

 

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Scenario 3B: Event – Delete a Travel Permit

 

What’s happening:

  • Parent informs JPO that John Test [Insert State Name] cannot travel because COVID-19 test is positive and he is very sick.
  • Sending State (SS) has not yet sent the case to Receiving State (RS).

 

What to do:

  • Beginning with juvenile created in Scenario 3A, process the case from JPO > JPS > SS ICJO.
  • At the SS ICJO state, trigger an event to “Delete” the travel case.
  • Work through the process to finalize the deletion.

 

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Scenario 3C: Event – Change in Arrival or Departure Date

 

What’s happening:

  • JPO requests Travel Permit for John Test [Insert State Name], who has recovered and is visiting grandparents during winter break.
  • After Sending State (SS) initiates Travel Permit (visit not to exceed 90 days) for John Test [Insert State Name], JPO advises that John’s departure date has been changed.

 

What to do:

  • Initiate Travel Case for John Test [Insert State Name] > Does Not exceed 90 Days.
  • Process the case to the Receiving State (RS).
    • JPO will notify RS that there is a date change regarding the arrival and departure date.
  • Trigger the Event “Notification of Travel Date Change – Departure from Receiving State” and process.
  • Complete the process to case closure.

 

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Scenario 3D: Event – Request for Sex Offender Registration Requirements

 

What’s happening:

  • A travel permit is requested for John Test [Insert State Name] who will be visiting family in another state and has been adjudicated on a sex-related offense.
  • An “Event - Request for Sex Offender Registration Request” must be initiated by the Sending State (SS).

 

What to do:

  • Initiate Travel Case for John Test [Insert State Name] > Does Not exceed 90 Days.
  • Before the Sending State (SS) submits the travel permit to the Receiving State (RS), trigger the “Event - Request for Sex Offender Registration Request.”
  • Perform 2 processes in order to complete.

 

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