Compliance Monitoring Training


Hosted with the New Jersey Juvenile Justice Commission


New Jersey police departments have to comply with many legal requirements pertaining to juvenile offenders. In addition to the two (2) NJSACOP accreditation standards, police policy writers must address compliance with both state and federal law. One of the most critical aspects of compliance is mandatory reporting. Mandatory reporting to the New Jersey Juvenile Justice Commission is an essential function. Reporting has to be accurate, clear and concise, and on-time. Please join us for an informative webinar that will help you and your agency meet its obligations relating to this important subject matter.

Webinar Learning Objectives:

  • Core requirements of the JJDP Act
  • Clarification of common terms
  • How to comply with requirements for juveniles in a Municipal Detention Facility
  • Using policy and forms to comply
  • Use of the NJ JJC Intake Form and its use for mandatory reporting