Order To Detain Probable Cause Determination Request {JD-JM-190} | Pdf Fpdf Docx | Connecticut

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Order To Detain Probable Cause Determination Request {JD-JM-190}

This is a Connecticut form that can be used for Juvenile within Statewide.

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ORDER TO DETAIN 227 PROBABLE CAUSE DETERMINATION REQUEST JD-JM-190 Rev. 7-18 C.G.S. 247 46b-133; P.A. 18-31STATE OF CONNECTICUT SUPERIOR COURT JUVENILE MATTERS www.jud.ct.gov Instructions to Officer 1. Bring to a Judge prior to bringing any child to a Juvenile Detention Center regardless of the seriousness of the alleged delinquency charge. An Order to Detain is not required if there already exists an Order to Take Into Custody Delinquency (JD-JM-32A), Juvenile Arrest Warrant Application (JD-JM-176), or an Interstate Compact for Juveniles Take Into Custody Application and Order Delinquent Child (JD-JM-192) authorizing detention of the child. 2. Complete the introductory language in the Finding by identifying the documents submitted in support of the Request. 3. The original or a copy of the completed request should be brought to the Juvenile Detention Center with the child being admitted. Instructions to Judge 1. Verify the accuracy of the description and dates of the documents listed in the Finding. 2. Sign the Finding. Return all copies of the Finding and of any documents submitted in support of the Request to the officer. 3. If an Order to Detain is not warranted but the child is in need of immediate temporary care, the Judge should advise the police to call the DCF Careline at (860) 550-6550.Request for Probable Cause Determination To: A Judge of the Superior Court Address of court Date Time of arrest (A.M. or P.M.) Police Department Charges Name and address of child (Last, first, middle initial) Date of birth Parent or legal guardian and relationship Offense town Town code Department case numberThe officer signing below requests that the attached signed and sworn copy of the police report in this case be reviewed for a determination of probable cause. Date and Signature Date Signed (Officer)FindingUpon review of the following document(s) identified as and dated, in affidavit form as submitted, I find that: Probable cause exists to believe that a delinquent act has been committed by the child, and there is no appropriate less restrictive alternative available, and the circumstance(s) indicated below warrant the detention of the child at this time: (at least one must be checked) A. There is probable cause to believe that the level of risk the child poses to public safety if released to the community prior to the court hearing or disposition cannot be managed in a less restrictive setting. B. There is a need to hold the child to ensure the child's appearance before the court or compliance with court process, as demonstrated by the child's previous failure to respond to the court process. C. There is a need to hold the child for another jurisdiction. Probable cause exists to believe the child has absconded, escaped, or run away from a residential facility in which such child has been placed by court order. Probable cause exists to believe that the child has committed a delinquent act but detention is not warranted at this time. There is no probable cause.Order Effective immediately, the child shall be transported by the police and detained in the Juvenile Detention Center and held until further review. Said child is ordered not be released by the Juvenile Detention Superintendent or designee. The child is to be released from custody. Date, Time and Signature Date At (Time, A.M. or P.M.) Signed (Judge of the Superior Court) Print name of Judge American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com

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