§ 950-1-12-.32. Release
(1) RELEASE PREPARATION
(a) Written Policy, Procedure, and practice provide a need specific and integrated aftercare service program to enable juveniles reintegration into the community. (CAMP only) This Program includes, at a minimum, the following:
1. Individual Service Plan
2. Educational/Vocational Plans
3. Living Arrangements/Placement
4. Life Skills Information
5. Conditions of Probation
(b) Written Policy, Procedure, and practice include graduated release through a systematic decrease in supervision and corresponding increase in juvenile responsibility as part of the Classification program.
(2) FINAL RELEASE
(a) The criteria that are employed by the Releasing Authority in making decisions are available in written form and are specific enough to permit consistent application to individual cases.
(b) Juveniles should be given the reasons for deferral of release in writing, and the decision is recorded in the case record.
(c) Written Policy, Procedure, and practice provide for a process for releasing juveniles at the end of their term that includes, but is not limited to the following:
1. completion of release arrangements, including notification of legal guardians, probation officer, and Courts
2. return of personnel effects
3. verification that no program property leaves the program
4. completion of any pending actions (grievances, etc.)
5. transportation arrangements(New Rule: Filed December 17, 2004; effective January 21, 2005. Amended by Alabama Administrative Monthly Volume XXXVII, Issue No. 02, November 30, 2018, eff. December 21, 2018.)
Author: Alabama Department of Youth Services, Office of Licensing and Standards
Statutory Authority: Code of Ala. 1975, §§ 44-1-27(a)(b), 44-1-24(4)(6), 38-13-4.
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