II. Eligibility for Intrastate Transfer of Probation: Offender Responsibilities
- The offender shall supply all information required by the sentencing court’s probation department to determine eligibility for intrastate transfer. The offender shall pay an intrastate transfer fee to the receiving court unless found indigent by the receiving court. The offender also must be current with all fines, costs, probation fees and program fees owed to the sentencing court and incurred prior to the intrastate transfer request unless forgiven by the sentencing court. The sentencing court may conduct hearings and/or issue orders to insure all fees are collected prior to issuing an intrastate transfer order.
- Offender’s Conditions of Intrastate Transfer:
- The offender must report to the receiving court’s contact person on the date, location, and time specified by the receiving court’s probation department.
- The offender, in addition to any specific or general terms of probation imposed by the sentencing court, shall agree to any specific or general terms of probation imposed by the receiving court. The receiving court may structure additional terms based upon results of an approved risk assessment and availability of programs for the offense(s) (i.e., anger management in battery cases) if approved by the sentencing court.
- The offender shall agree that he may be held in the receiving county’s jail pending any violation of probation and that a fact-finding hearing may be held in the receiving county if approved by the sentencing court.
- The offender shall agree to be subject to any administrative sanctions in the receiving county, whether imposed by the receiving court or the receiving court’s probation department, for technical violations of probation if permitted by the sentencing court.