Chapter Juvenile Probationers

Juvenile Probationers

In cases involving juvenile probationers, the ICJ Office in the sending state must forward the following documents to the receiving state:

  • Form IV, Parole or Probation Investigation Request;
  • Form VI, Application for Services and Waiver;
  • Order of Adjudication and Disposition;
  • Conditions of Probation; and
  • Petition and/or Arrest Report(s).

The ICJ Office in the sending state should also provide copies (if available) of the following:

  • Legal and Social History;
  • A supervision summary if the juvenile has been on supervision in the sending state for more than thirty (30) calendar days;
  • A photograph of the juvenile; and
  • Any other pertinent information.

Additionally, Form V, Notification from Sending State of Parolee or Probationer Proceeding to the Receiving State, shall be forwarded prior to or at the time the juvenile relocates to the receiving state, if the juvenile is not already residing in the receiving state. ICJ Rule 4-102(2)(b) (Interstate Comm’n for Juveniles 2024).


It is important to use the most current version of ICJ Forms. While Rule 4-104 does not require that a referral be rejected solely on the basis of using one or more out-of-date ICJ Forms, updated form versions contain the Commission’s current standards for data collection and conform to the current version of ICJ Rules.  All current versions of ICJ Forms are available within the electronic information system and on the Commission’s website. Additionally, the Form VI, Application for Services and Waiver, is not considered “complete” unless it has the sending state judge/court or compact official’s signature. See ICJ Ad. Op. 02-2015 (Interstate Comm’n for Juv., 2015);  ICJ Ad. Op. 04-2019 (Interstate Comm’n for Juv., 2019).