Register December 2006 No. 612
WISCONSIN STATUTES TO BE INCLUDED IN BASIC INTAKE TRAINING
FOR JUVENILE COURT INTAKE WORKERS
(DOC 399.06 (1) (a) and (2) (a) 1.)
Instruction regarding ss. 48.01
on title and legislative purpose of the Children's and Juvenile Justice Codes, 48.02 and 938.02 on definitions, 48.067 and 938.067 on powers and duties of intake workers, 48.069 and 938.069 on powers and duties of disposition workers, 48.08 and 938.08 on duties of persons furnishing services to the court, 48.10 and 938.10 on power of the judge to act as intake worker and 48.981 on abused or neglected children shall be part of the approved training.
Training must also include instruction on s. 938.12
on jurisdiction over youth alleged to be delinquent, 938.125 on jurisdiction over youth alleged to have violated civil law or ordinances, 48.13 on jurisdiction over children alleged to be in need of protection or services, 938.13 on jurisdiction over youth alleged to be in need of protection or services, 48.135 and 938.135 on referral of children and youth to proceedings under ch. 51
, Stats., 48.14 on jurisdiction over other matters relating to children, 938.14 on jurisdiction over interstate compact proceedings, 48.16 on jurisdiction over petitions for waiver of parental consent to a minor's abortion, 938.17 on jurisdiction over traffic and boating, civil law and ordinance violations, 938.18 on waiver of jurisdiction for criminal proceedings, 938.183 on original adult court jurisdiction for criminal proceedings, 48.185 and 938.185 on venue, 48.45 and 938.45 on orders applicable to adults; 118.15 and 118.16 on compulsory school attendance and school attendance enforcement and an overview of chs. 939
, the Criminal Code.
Training is required regarding custody intake, ss. 48.19
on taking a child or youth into custody, 48.20 and 938.20 on release or delivery from custody, 48.205 and 938.205 on criteria for holding a child or youth in physical custody, 48.207 and 938.207 on places where a child or youth may be held in nonsecure custody, 48.208 and 938.208 on criteria for holding a child or youth in a secure detention facility, 938.209 on criteria for holding a youth in a county jail, 48.21 and 938.21 on hearing for a child or youth in custody, 48.227 on homes for runaways and 48.981 on abused or neglected children.
Training is required regarding court intake, ss. 48.23
on right to counsel, 48.24 and 938.24 on receipt of jurisdictional information and intake inquiry, 48.243 and 938.243 on basic rights and duties of the intake worker, 48.245 on informal disposition, 938.245 on deferred prosecution agreement, 48.25 and 938.25 on authorization to file a petition, 48.299 and 938.299 on procedures at hearings, 48.30 and 938.30 on plea hearings, 48.305 and 938.305 on a hearing upon the involuntary removal of a child or juvenile, 48.31 and 938.31 on fact-finding hearings, 48.315 and 938.315 on delays, continuances and extensions, 48.32 and 938.32 on consent decrees, 48.33 and 938.33 on court reports, 938.331 on victim impact, 938.335 on disposition hearings, 938.34 on disposition of a youth adjudged delinquent, 938.341 on delinquency adjudication and restriction on firearm possession, 938.342 on disposition of truancy and school dropout ordinance violations,48.345 on disposition of a child adjudged in need of protection or services, 938.345 on disposition of a juvenile adjudged to be in need of protection or services, 938.46 on notice to victims of a juvenile's acts, 48.355 and 938.355 on dispositional orders, 48.38 and 938.38 on permanency planning, 48.396 and 938.396 on records and 48.78 and 938.78 on confidentiality of records and 895.035 on parental liability for acts of a youth.