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38-2325. Juvenile offender information system; definitions. As used in K.S.A. 2017 Supp. 38-2326, and amendments thereto, unless the context otherwise requires:

(a) "Central repository" has the meaning provided by K.S.A. 22-4701, and amendments thereto.

(b) "Director" means the director of the Kansas bureau of investigation.

(c) "Juvenile offender information" means data relating to juveniles alleged or adjudicated to be juvenile offenders and offenses committed or alleged to have been committed by juveniles in proceedings pursuant to the Kansas juvenile code, the Kansas juvenile justice code or the revised Kansas juvenile justice code, including, but not limited to:

(1) Data related to the use of detention risk assessment tool;

(2) individual level data for juveniles on probation;

(3) costs for juveniles on probation;

(4) individual level data regarding juvenile filings;

(5) risk and needs assessment override data;

(6) violation data for juveniles on probation; and

(7) the following information for juveniles who enter into an immediate intervention plan:

(A) The number of juvenile offenders who were diverted at the point of initial law enforcement contact by juvenile intake and assessment, by the county or district attorney before filing with the court and by the county or district attorney after filing with the court;

(B) the number of notice to appear citations issued and the number of school-based notice to appear citations issued in each school district;

(C) new offense referrals to juvenile court or criminal court within three years of completion of an immediate intervention, release from court jurisdiction or release from agency custody;

(D) juvenile offender adjudications or child in need of care adjudications for a status offense or conviction by a criminal court within three years of completion of the immediate intervention, release from court jurisdiction or release from agency custody;

(E) the length of supervision for immediate interventions; and

(F) rates of immediate intervention completions and failures, including the reasons for such failures.

(d) "Juvenile justice agency" means any county or district attorney, law enforcement agency of this state or of any political subdivision of this state, court of this state or of a municipality of this state, administrative agency of this state or any political subdivision of this state, juvenile correctional facility or juvenile detention facility.

(e) "Reportable event" means:

(1) Issuance of a warrant to take a juvenile into custody;

(2) taking a juvenile into custody pursuant to this code;

(3) release of a juvenile who has been taken into custody pursuant to this code, without the filing of a complaint;

(4) dismissal of a complaint filed pursuant to this code;

(5) a trial in a proceeding pursuant to this code;

(6) a sentence in a proceeding pursuant to this code;

(7) commitment to or placement in a juvenile detention facility or juvenile correctional facility pursuant to this code;

(8) release or discharge from commitment or jurisdiction of the court pursuant to this code;

(9) escaping from commitment or absconding from placement pursuant to this code;

(10) entry of a mandate of an appellate court that reverses the decision of the trial court relating to a reportable event;

(11) an order authorizing prosecution as an adult;

(12) the issuance of an intake and assessment report;

(13) the report from a reception and diagnostic center; or

(14) any other event arising out of or occurring during the course of proceedings pursuant to this code and declared to be reportable by rules and regulations of the director.

History: L. 2006, ch. 169, § 25; L. 2016, ch. 46, § 32; July 1, 2017.



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