Juvenile Justice Map

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1. Take into Custody

1.1. Custody 938.19

1.1.1. Capias

1.1.2. Court Order

1.1.3. Social Worker/Intake Order

1.2. LE Criteria 938.19(1)

1.2.1. Capias

1.2.2. Committed a Federal or State Violation

1.2.3. Juvenile suffering injury/illness/imminent danger

1.2.4. Violation of Court Order

1.2.5. Truancy

1.2.6. Immediate notification/attempts to notify parents

1.2.7. Civil Ordiance

1.3. Temporary Custody 938.205

1.3.1. Threat to themselves/others

1.3.2. Flight risk

1.3.3. Parent/Guardian refuse/neglect to provide safe supervision

2. Where to Release

2.1. 15+ to self (minor offenses)

2.1.1. ex: retail theft (!st offense)

2.2. Parent after counsel

2.3. To Supervising Agent

2.3.1. If they are already on supervision (Social Worker)

2.4. Runaway-Runaway Shelter

2.5. Youth Center

2.6. School (during hours)

2.7. Immediate notification to parent of release

3. Delinquent Act - 938.12 (Intake)                             Age 10-16

3.1. Dismiss

3.1.1. Lack of Evidence

3.1.2. First time offense

3.2. Diversion

3.2.1. Informal Probation

3.2.2. Community Service

3.3. Petition

3.3.1. Differed Prosecution

3.3.2. Adjudication Hearing

3.3.2.1. Adjudication

3.3.2.1.1. Disposition

4. Placement

4.1. Type 1- 938.02(19)

4.1.1. Institution

4.1.1.1. Copper Lakes

4.1.1.1.1. Aftercare

4.1.1.2. Licoln Hills

4.1.2. Mental Health

4.1.2.1. Mendota

4.1.2.1.1. Intensive Supervision

4.1.3. Criteria

4.1.3.1. 6+ month commitment

4.1.3.2. Substantial Risk

4.1.3.3. Chronic history

4.2. Type 2-Residential Care - 938.02(19)

4.2.1. Unsecured Treatment Facilities

4.2.1.1. Eau Claire Academy

4.2.1.1.1. Intensive Supervision

4.2.1.2. Northwest Passages

4.2.1.3. St. Croix Girls Camp

4.3. Type 2 - Community Supervision - 938.02(20)

4.3.1. Electronic Monitoring

4.3.1.1. Intensive Supervision

4.3.1.1.1. Treatment

4.3.1.1.2. Violations=Juvenile Detention

5. Rights

5.1. Records

5.1.1. Not open to public

5.1.2. LE to SW

5.1.3. LE to LE

5.1.4. LE to Schools

5.1.5. Available to Juvenile

5.2. Juvenile

5.2.1. Due Process

5.2.2. Counsel

5.2.3. To be found guilty beyond a reasonable doubt

5.3. Interview

5.3.1. Recorded

5.3.1.1. Audio

5.3.1.2. Video

5.3.2. Mirandized

5.3.3. Waive right to counsel

5.3.3.1. Must prove to have the mental ability to understand their rights

5.4. 4th Amendment

5.4.1. Consent

5.4.2. Lockers

5.4.3. K9 use

5.4.4. Metal Detectors

5.4.5. Drug tests

5.4.6. Surviellance

6. Waiver -938.18

6.1. 16+ Traffic Violation

6.2. 14+ Certain Crimes

6.2.1. Gang related felony

6.2.2. Homicide

6.2.3. Kidnapping

6.2.4. Hostage Taking

6.2.5. Sexual Assault

6.2.6. Manufacturing/Delivery of Controlled Substances

7. JIPS-938.13

7.1. Mental Health

7.2. Incorrigible

7.3. Habitually Truant

7.4. Runaway

7.5. Delinquency <10

7.6. School Drop-out

8. Original Jurisdiction - 938-183

8.1. Once an adult, always an adult

8.2. Reverse Waiver

9. Moving Violations - 938.17

9.1. <16 yrs old

9.1.1. Motorized (not a car)

9.1.1.1. 4-wheeler

9.1.1.2. snowmobile

9.1.1.3. boat