III. Receipt of Intrastate Probation Transfers: Receiving Court Responsibilities
- The receiving court must accept intrastate transfer of an offender from the sentencing court if the offender resides in the receiving county.
- The receiving court may accept intrastate transfer of an offender from the sentencing court under the following conditions:
- Offender works in the receiving county;
- Offender is taking educational courses in the receiving county; or
- Offender has other significant contacts in the receiving county.
- The receiving court shall assign a miscellaneous criminal case number when transfer is accepted. The caption shall be “In re: The Intrastate Transfer of Probation of __________.”
- The receiving court shall notify the sentencing court’s probation contact person of the following:
- The receiving court’s acceptance or rejection of the intrastate transfer. If rejected, the reasons for rejection shall be specifically stated.
- Availability of the sentencing court’s specified treatment or other appropriate services;
- The receiving court’s request for additional conditions of probation;
- The offender’s appearance or failure to appear for the first probation meeting;
- The offender’s violation of any probation conditions, including technical violations;
- The filing of a probation violation petition and whether a fact-finding hearing will be held;
- The results of fact-finding or administrative hearings held on probation violations; and
- The offender’s successful completion of the probation term.