Chapter 3.7.7 Expedited Transfers

Expedited Transfers

While the ICJ Rules address the specific timeframes associated with transfers of supervision, the rules also provide procedures for conducting expedited transfers of supervision in certain circumstances.  For example ICJ Rule 4-102(2)(a), which applies to juvenile parolees, and ICJ Rule 4-103(3), which applies to juvenile sex offenders, provides guidance when it is necessary to relocate a juvenile out of state prior to the acceptance of supervision. The sending state determines if the circumstances justify the use of a travel permit, including consideration of the appropriateness of the residence. If approved, the sending state provides the receiving state with an approved travel permit. Further discussion of travel permits is provided in Chapter 5, infra.