- Juvenile Probation Officer (JPO) helps youth transition back into community.
- Youth may be served by a Community Reentry Team.
- Youth is supervised by JPO
- JPO meets regularly with youth to ensure compliance with conditions of release.
- Youth is placed in residential facility following adjudication.
- Youth is in the care of DJJ for at least 60 to 90 days (low-risk) and up to 18 to 36 months (max-risk).
- Facilities are throughout the state and placement is where bed is available for the level of treatment needed and the level of severity.
- Youth may be placed temporarily in a secure detention facility while awaiting court disposition.
- Youth can be confined for up to 21 days.
- Youth who violate court ordered sanctions may be detained longer.
- Youth awaiting placement in residential facility.
- Juvenile Probation Officer (JPO) meets with youth and family to assess risk to public safety and service needs.
- JPO makes recommendation to State Attorney.
- Youth is supervised by a Juvenile Probation Officer (JPO).
- JPO meets with youth to develop YES plan.