48.487(4m)(b)3. 3. Enhancing individual adolescent self-esteem, interpersonal skills and responsible decision making.
48.487(4m)(b)4. 4. Neutralizing sex-role stereotyping and bias.
48.487(4m)(c) (c) An Indian tribe that provides services under par. (b) shall provide those services in an area of the state that is approved by the Indian tribe and the department. The department shall determine the boundaries of the regions in this state within which the Indian tribes may provide services under par. (b) before approving the service area of an Indian tribe under this paragraph.
48.487(4m)(d) (d) Prior to approving the service area of an Indian tribe under par. (c), the department shall consider whether and how the Indian tribe proposes to coordinate its services with other public or private resources, programs, or activities in the region and the state.
48.487(4m)(e) (e) The department shall work closely with the women's council and the department of public instruction, on a continuing basis, concerning the scope and direction of activities conducted under par. (b).
48.487(5) (5)Domestic abuse services.
48.487(5)(a) (a) In this subsection:
48.487(5)(a)1. 1. “Domestic abuse" means physical abuse, including a violation of s. 940.225 (1), (2), or (3), or any threat of physical abuse between adult family or adult household members, by a minor family or minor household member against an adult family or adult household member, by an adult against his or her adult former spouse or by an adult against an adult with whom the person has a child in common.
48.487(5)(a)2. 2. “Domestic abuse services" means any of the following:
48.487(5)(a)2.a. a. Shelter facilities or private home shelter care.
48.487(5)(a)2.b. b. Advocacy and counseling for victims.
48.487(5)(a)2.c. c. A 24-hour telephone service.
48.487(5)(a)2.d. d. Community education.
48.487(5)(a)3. 3. “Family member" means a spouse, a parent, a child, or a person related by blood or adoption to another person.
48.487(5)(a)4. 4. “Household member" means a person currently or formerly residing in a place of abode with another person.
48.487(5)(b) (b) Subject to pars. (c) and (d), an elected governing body of an Indian tribe may expend moneys from a grant received under sub. (1m) to provide domestic abuse services. If an elected governing body of an Indian tribe expends those moneys for those services, the body shall provide matching funds or in-kind contributions in an amount to be determined by the department. The department shall establish guidelines regarding the types of contributions that qualify as in-kind contributions.
48.487(5)(c) (c) An elected governing body of an Indian tribe may provide shelter facilities only if the department of safety and professional services determines that the physical plant of the facility will not be dangerous to the health or safety of the residents when the facility is in operation. An elected governing body of an Indian tribe may provide shelter facilities or private home shelter care only if the body ensures that the following services will be provided either by that Indian tribe or by another person:
48.487(5)(c)1. 1. A 24-hour telephone service.
48.487(5)(c)2. 2. Temporary housing and food.
48.487(5)(c)3. 3. Advocacy and counseling for victims.
48.487(5)(c)4. 4. Referral and follow-up services.
48.487(5)(c)5. 5. Arrangements for education of school-age children.
48.487(5)(c)6. 6. Emergency transportation to the shelter.
48.487(5)(c)7. 7. Community education.
48.487(5)(d) (d) An Indian tribe that provides domestic abuse services under this subsection shall report all of the following information to the department by February 15 annually:
48.487(5)(d)1. 1. The total expenditures that the Indian tribe made on domestic abuse services in the previous tribal fiscal year.
48.487(5)(d)2. 2. The expenditures specified in subd. 1. by general category of domestic abuse services provided.
48.487(5)(d)3. 3. The number of persons served in the previous tribal fiscal year by general type of domestic abuse service.
48.487(5)(d)4. 4. The number of persons who were in need of domestic abuse services in the previous tribal fiscal year but who did not receive the domestic abuse services that they needed.
48.487(6) (6)Tribal child care. An elected governing body of an Indian tribe may expend moneys from a grant received under sub. (1m) to provide child care services under 42 USC 9858. An Indian tribe that receives funding under this subsection shall use that funding to provide child care for an eligible child, as defined in 42 USC 9858n (4).
48.487(7) (7)Child welfare services. An elected governing body of an Indian tribe may expend moneys from a grant received under sub. (1m) to provide child welfare services as authorized under 42 USC 621 to 628b.
48.487 History History: 1987 a. 27; 1989 a. 31; 1991 a. 39; 1995 a. 27, 289; 1999 a. 9 ss. 1123d to 1125r, 1128d to 1128k, 1129g to 1129r; 2001 a. 16; 2005 a. 25; 2007 a. 20 ss. 1215 to 1219; Stats. 2007 s. 48.487; 2009 a. 94; 2013 a. 20 ss. 898 to 908, 917; 2019 a. 9.
48.52 48.52 Facilities for care of children and adult expectant mothers in care of department.
48.52(1)(1)Facilities maintained or used for children. The department may maintain or use the following facilities for children in its care:
48.52(1)(a) (a) Receiving homes to be used for the temporary care of children.
48.52(1)(b) (b) Foster homes.
48.52(1)(c) (c) Group homes.
48.52(1)(f) (f) Other facilities deemed by the department to be appropriate for the child, except that no state funds may be used for the maintenance of a child in the home of a parent or relative eligible for aid under s. 49.19 if such funds would reduce federal funds to this state.
48.52(1m) (1m)Facilities maintained or used for adult expectant mothers. The department may maintain or use the following facilities for adult expectant mothers in its care:
48.52(1m)(a) (a) Community-based residential facilities, as defined in s. 50.01 (1g).
48.52(1m)(b) (b) Inpatient facilities, as defined in s. 51.01 (10).
48.52(1m)(c) (c) Other facilities determined by the department to be appropriate for the adult expectant mother.
48.52(2) (2)Use of other facilities.
48.52(2)(a) (a) In addition to the facilities and services described in sub. (1), the department may use other facilities and services under its jurisdiction. The department may also contract for and pay for the use of other public facilities or private facilities for the care and treatment of children and the expectant mothers of unborn children in its care. Placements in institutions for the mentally ill or developmentally disabled shall be made in accordance with ss. 48.14 (5), 48.347 (6) and 48.63 and ch. 51.
48.52(2)(b) (b) Public facilities are required to accept and care for persons placed with them by the department in the same manner as they would be required to do had the legal custody of these persons been transferred by a court of competent jurisdiction. Nothing in this subsection shall be construed to require any public facility to serve the department inconsistently with its functions or with the laws and regulations governing their activities; or to give the department authority to use any private facility without its consent.
48.52(2)(c) (c) The department shall have the right to inspect all facilities it is using and to examine and consult with persons whom the department has placed in that facility.
48.52(4) (4)Coeducational programs and institutions. The department may institute and maintain coeducational programs and institutions under this chapter.
48.52 Annotation A detention home is not an `other facility' under sub. (1). State ex rel. Harris v. Larson, 64 Wis. 2d 521, 219 N.W.2d 335 (1974).
48.52 Annotation Foster homes owned, operated, or contracted for by the department or a county department are immune from local zoning ordinances. Foster homes owned, operated, or contracted for by licensed child welfare agencies are not immune. All family operated foster homes are subject to local zoning. Municipal foster home licensing ordinances are unenforceable. 63 Atty. Gen. 34.
48.52 Annotation Foster homes leased by the department pursuant to sub. (2) are immune from local zoning to the extent that the zoning conflicts with the department's possessory use of property under ch. 48, subject to s. 13.48 (13). The lessor remains responsible for property tax. 65 Atty. Gen. 93.
48.526 48.526 Community youth and family aids.
48.526(1)(1)Procedures. The department shall develop procedures for the implementation of this section and standards for the development and delivery of community-based juvenile delinquency-related services, as defined in s. 46.011 (1c), and shall provide consultation and technical assistance to aid counties in the implementation and delivery of those services. The department shall establish information systems and monitoring and evaluation procedures to report periodically to the governor and legislature on the statewide impact of this section.
48.526(2) (2)Receipt of funds.
48.526(2)(a) (a) All funds to counties under this section shall be allocated to county departments under ss. 46.215, 46.22 and 46.23 subject to ss. 48.569 (2) and 49.325. No reimbursement may be made to any multicounty department until the counties that established the department have drawn up a detailed contractual agreement, approved by the secretary, setting forth the plans for joint sponsorship.
48.526(2)(b) (b) Uniform fees collected or received by counties under s. 49.32 (1) for services provided under this section shall be applied to cover the cost of the services.
48.526(2)(c) (c) All funds to counties under this section shall be used to purchase or provide community-based juvenile delinquency-related services, as defined in s. 46.011 (1c), and to purchase juvenile correctional services, as defined in s. 46.011 (1p), except that no funds to counties under this section may be used for purposes of land purchase, building construction, or maintenance of buildings under s. 46.17, 46.175, or 301.37, for reimbursement of costs under s. 938.209, for city lockups, or for reimbursement of care costs in temporary shelter care under s. 938.22. Funds to counties under this section may be used for reimbursement of costs of program services, including basic care and supervision costs, in juvenile detention facilities and secured residential care centers for children and youth.
48.526(2m) (2m)Public participation process. In determining the use of funds under this section, county departments under ss. 46.215, 46.22 and 46.23 shall assess needs using an open public participation process that involves representatives of those receiving services.
48.526(3) (3)Grants-in-aid.
48.526(3)(a) (a) Receipt of funds under this subsection is contingent upon use of the public participation process required under sub. (2m).
48.526(3)(c) (c) Within the limits of the appropriations under s. 20.437 (1) (cj) and (o), the department shall allocate funds to each county for services under this section.
48.526(3)(dm) (dm) The department may carry forward for a county from one calendar year to another funds allocated under this subsection that are not spent or encumbered. The amount that the department may carry forward for a county under this paragraph may not exceed 5 percent of the amount allocated to the county for the 12-month period ending December 31. The funds carried forward under this paragraph do not affect a county's base allocation.
48.526(3)(e) (e) The department may carry forward $500,000 or 10 percent of its funds allocated under this subsection and not encumbered or carried forward under par. (dm) by counties by December 31, whichever is greater, to the next 2 calendar years. The department may transfer moneys from or within s. 20.437 (1) (cj) to accomplish this purpose. The department may allocate these transferred moneys to counties with persistently high rates of juvenile arrests for serious offenses during the next 2 calendar years to improve community-based juvenile delinquency-related services, as defined in s. 46.011 (1c). The allocation does not affect a county's base allocation.
48.526(3)(em) (em) The department may carry forward any emergency funds allocated under sub. (7) (e) and not encumbered or carried forward under par. (dm) by December 31 to the next 2 calendar years. The department may transfer moneys from or within s. 20.437 (1) (cj) to accomplish this purpose. The department may allocate these transferred moneys to counties that are eligible for emergency payments under sub. (7) (e). The allocation does not affect a county's base allocation.
48.526(6) (6)Performance standards.
48.526(6)(a) (a) The department shall develop criteria as provided in par. (b) to assist the legislature in allocating funding, excluding funding for base allocations, from the appropriations under s. 20.437 (1) (cj) and (o) for purposes described in this section.
48.526(6)(b) (b) The criteria developed under par. (a) shall include performance standards criteria to be used to determine whether counties are successfully diverting juveniles from juvenile correctional facilities and secured residential care centers for children and youth to less restrictive community programs and are successfully rehabilitating juveniles who are adjudged delinquent. Counties shall provide information requested by the department in order to apply the criteria and assess their performances.
48.526(7) (7)Allocations of funds. Within the limits of the availability of the appropriations under s. 20.437 (1) (cj) and (o), the department shall allocate funds for community youth and family aids for the period beginning on July 1, 2019, and ending on June 30, 2021, as provided in this subsection to county departments under ss. 46.215, 46.22, and 46.23 as follows:
48.526(7)(a) (a) For community youth and family aids under this section, amounts not to exceed $45,383,600 for the last 6 months of 2019, $90,767,200 for 2020, and $45,383,600 for the first 6 months of 2021.
48.526(7)(b) (b) Of the amounts specified in par. (a), the department shall allocate $2,000,000 for the last 6 months of 2019, $4,000,000 for 2020, and $2,000,000 for the first 6 months of 2021 to counties based on each of the following factors weighted equally:
48.526(7)(b)1. 1. Each county's proportion of the total statewide juvenile population for the most recent year for which that information is available.
48.526(7)(b)2. 2. Each county's proportion of the total Part I juvenile arrests reported statewide under the uniform crime reporting system of the department of justice during the most recent 3-year period for which that information is available.
48.526(7)(b)3. 3. Each county's proportion of the number of juveniles statewide who are placed in a juvenile correctional facility or a secured residential care center for children and youth during the most recent 3-year period for which that information is available.
48.526(7)(bm) (bm) Of the amounts specified in par. (a), the department shall allocate $6,250,000 for the last 6 months of 2019, $12,500,000 for 2020, and $6,250,000 for the first 6 months of 2021 to counties based on each county's proportion of the number of juveniles statewide who are placed in a juvenile correctional facility or a secured residential care center for children and youth during the most recent 3-year period for which that information is available.
48.526(7)(c) (c) Of the amounts specified in par. (a), the department shall allocate $1,053,200 for the last 6 months of 2019, $2,106,500 for 2020, and $1,053,300 for the first 6 months of 2021 to counties based on each of the factors specified in par. (b) 1. to 3. weighted equally, except that no county may receive an allocation under this paragraph that is less than 93 percent nor more than 115 percent of the amount that the county would have received under this paragraph if the allocation had been distributed only on the basis of the factor specified in par. (b) 3.
48.526(7)(e) (e) For emergencies related to community youth and family aids under this section, amounts not to exceed $125,000 for the last 6 months of 2019, $250,000 for 2020, and $125,000 for the first 6 months of 2021. A county is eligible for payments under this paragraph only if it has a population of not more than 45,000.
48.526(7)(h) (h) For counties that are purchasing community supervision services under s. 938.533 (2), $1,062,400 in the last 6 months of 2019, $2,124,800 in 2020, and $1,062,400 in the first 6 months of 2021 for the provision of community supervision services for juveniles from that county. In distributing funds to counties under this paragraph, the department shall distribute to each county the full amount of the charges for the services purchased by that county, except that if the amounts available under this paragraph are insufficient to distribute that full amount, the department shall distribute those available amounts to each county that purchases community supervision services based on the ratio that the charges to that county for those services bear to the total charges to all counties that purchase those services.
48.526(8) (8)Alcohol and other drug abuse treatment. From the amount of the allocations specified in sub. (7) (a), the department shall allocate $666,700 in the last 6 months of 2019, $1,333,400 in 2020, and $666,700 in the first 6 months of 2021 for alcohol and other drug abuse treatment programs.
48.526 History History: 2015 a. 55 ss. 1676 to 1678, 4256 to 4263, 4276 to 4278, 4280, 4282, 4284, 4286, 4288, 4290, 4292, 4294; Stats. 2015 s. 48.526; 2017 a. 185; 2019 a. 9.
48.527 48.527 Community youth and family aids; bonus for county facilities. From the appropriation under s. 20.437 (1) (ck), the department shall allocate an amount equal to 15 percent of a county's allocation in the preceding fiscal year under s. 48.526 or $750,000, whichever is less, in additional funds for a county that operates a secured residential care center for children and youth that was funded by a grant under 2017 Wisconsin Act 185, section 110 (4), and that serves juveniles from more than one county.
48.527 History History: 2017 a. 185; 2019 a. 8.
48.528 48.528 Community intervention program.
48.528(1)(1)In each fiscal year, the department shall distribute the amount appropriated under s. 20.437 (1) (cm) to counties for early intervention services for first offenders and for intensive community-based intervention services for seriously chronic offenders.
48.528(2) (2)To determine eligibility for a payment under sub. (1), the department shall require a county to submit a plan for the expenditure of that payment that ensures that the county targets the programs to be funded under that payment appropriately.
48.528(3) (3)The department shall distribute 33 percent of the amounts distributed under sub. (1) based on each county's proportion of the violent Part I juvenile arrests reported statewide under the uniform crime reporting system of the department of justice, during the most recent 2-year period for which that information is available. The department shall distribute 33 percent of the amounts distributed under sub. (1) based on each county's proportion of the number of juveniles statewide who are placed in a juvenile correctional facility or a secured residential care center for children and youth during the most recent 2-year period for which that information is available. The department shall distribute 34 percent of the amounts distributed under sub. (1) based on each county's proportion of the total Part I juvenile arrests reported statewide under the uniform crime reporting system of the department of justice, during the most recent 2-year period for which that information is available.
48.528 History History: 2015 a. 55 ss. 4295, 4297 to 4299; Stats. 2015 s. 48.528.
48.545 48.545 Brighter futures initiative.
48.545(1)(1)Definitions. In this section:
48.545(1)(a) (a) “Nonprofit corporation" means a nonstock, nonprofit corporation organized under ch. 181.
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2017-18 Wisconsin Statutes updated through 2019 Wis. Act 50 and through all Supreme Court and Controlled Substances Board Orders filed before and in effect on December 6, 2019. Published and certified under s. 35.18. Changes effective after December 6, 2019, are designated by NOTES. (Published 12-6-19)