Form JV-672 "Findings and Orders After Six-Month Prepermanency Hearing - Delinquency" - California

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JV-672
CHILD'S NAME:
CASE NUMBER:
FINDINGS AND ORDERS AFTER SIX-MONTH PREPERMANENCY HEARING—DELINQUENCY
1. The court has read and considered and admits into evidence:
Report of probation
a.
dated:
Other
(specify):
b.
BASED ON THE FOREGOING AND ON ALL OTHER EVIDENCE RECEIVED, THE COURT FINDS AND ORDERS:
2. a.
Notice of the date, time, and location of the hearing was given as required by law.
b.
For child who is not present: The child received proper notice of his or her right to attend the hearing and voluntarily
gave up that right to attend this hearing.
3. a.
The child
an Indian child, and notice of the proceeding and the right of the tribe to intervene
is
may be
was provided as required by law. Proof of such notice was filed with this court.
b.
There is reason to believe that the child may be of Indian ancestry, and notice of the proceedings was provided to the
Bureau of Indian Affairs as required by law. Proof of such notice was filed with this court.
Child returned home
4.
The return of the child to his or her parent or legal guardian would not create a substantial risk of detriment to the safety,
protection, or physical or emotional well-being of the child. Out-of-home placement is no longer necessary or appropriate.
Probation has complied with the case plan by making reasonable efforts to return the child safely home and to complete
whatever steps are necessary to finalize the permanent placement of the child.
Child remaining in out-of-home placement
5.
By a preponderance of the evidence, the return of the child to his or her parent or legal guardian would create a substantial
risk of detriment to the safety, protection, or physical or emotional well-being of the child. The factual basis for this conclusion
is stated on the record.
6.
The child's out-of home placement is necessary.
7. a.
The child's out-of-home placement is appropriate.
b.
The child's current placement is not appropriate. This hearing is continued for a report by probation on the progress made
to locate an appropriate placement.
8.
The child has run away from placement. Out-of-home placement continues to be necessary. The placement was appropriate.
Probation has made reasonable efforts to locate the child. Probation has complied with the case plan by making reasonable
efforts to return the child to a safe home and to complete whatever steps are necessary to finalize the permanent plan.
9.
The child is placed outside the state of California and that out-of-state placement:
a.
continues to be the most appropriate placement and is in the child's best interest. There are no available and adequate
in-state facilities to meet the child's needs. All licensure requirements have been met or a waiver granted. The placement
complies with the requirements of Family Code section 7911.1.
b.
does not continue to be the most appropriate placement for the child and is not in the best interest of the child. The matter
is continued for a report by probation on the progress made toward finding an appropriate placement for the child.
10.
Probation
has
has not
complied with the case plan by making reasonable efforts to return the child to a
safe home through the provision of reasonable services designed to aid in overcoming the problems that led to the initial
removal and continued custody of the child, and by making reasonable efforts to complete whatever steps are necessary to
finalize the permanent plan.
11.
The child is an Indian child, and by clear and convincing evidence active efforts
were
were not
made to
provide remedial services and rehabilitative programs designed to prevent the breakup of this Indian family.
12.
The child has no known Indian heritage.
Page 1 of 3
Form Approved for Optional Use
Welfare and Institutions Code, §§ 727.2, 16501.1;
FINDINGS AND ORDERS AFTER SIX-MONTH
Judicial Council of California
Cal. Rules of Court, rule 5.810(a)
JV-672 [Rev. January 1, 2018]
PREPERMANENCY HEARING
www.courts.ca.gov
(Welf. & Inst. Code, § 727.2)
JV-672
CHILD'S NAME:
CASE NUMBER:
FINDINGS AND ORDERS AFTER SIX-MONTH PREPERMANENCY HEARING—DELINQUENCY
1. The court has read and considered and admits into evidence:
Report of probation
a.
dated:
Other
(specify):
b.
BASED ON THE FOREGOING AND ON ALL OTHER EVIDENCE RECEIVED, THE COURT FINDS AND ORDERS:
2. a.
Notice of the date, time, and location of the hearing was given as required by law.
b.
For child who is not present: The child received proper notice of his or her right to attend the hearing and voluntarily
gave up that right to attend this hearing.
3. a.
The child
an Indian child, and notice of the proceeding and the right of the tribe to intervene
is
may be
was provided as required by law. Proof of such notice was filed with this court.
b.
There is reason to believe that the child may be of Indian ancestry, and notice of the proceedings was provided to the
Bureau of Indian Affairs as required by law. Proof of such notice was filed with this court.
Child returned home
4.
The return of the child to his or her parent or legal guardian would not create a substantial risk of detriment to the safety,
protection, or physical or emotional well-being of the child. Out-of-home placement is no longer necessary or appropriate.
Probation has complied with the case plan by making reasonable efforts to return the child safely home and to complete
whatever steps are necessary to finalize the permanent placement of the child.
Child remaining in out-of-home placement
5.
By a preponderance of the evidence, the return of the child to his or her parent or legal guardian would create a substantial
risk of detriment to the safety, protection, or physical or emotional well-being of the child. The factual basis for this conclusion
is stated on the record.
6.
The child's out-of home placement is necessary.
7. a.
The child's out-of-home placement is appropriate.
b.
The child's current placement is not appropriate. This hearing is continued for a report by probation on the progress made
to locate an appropriate placement.
8.
The child has run away from placement. Out-of-home placement continues to be necessary. The placement was appropriate.
Probation has made reasonable efforts to locate the child. Probation has complied with the case plan by making reasonable
efforts to return the child to a safe home and to complete whatever steps are necessary to finalize the permanent plan.
9.
The child is placed outside the state of California and that out-of-state placement:
a.
continues to be the most appropriate placement and is in the child's best interest. There are no available and adequate
in-state facilities to meet the child's needs. All licensure requirements have been met or a waiver granted. The placement
complies with the requirements of Family Code section 7911.1.
b.
does not continue to be the most appropriate placement for the child and is not in the best interest of the child. The matter
is continued for a report by probation on the progress made toward finding an appropriate placement for the child.
10.
Probation
has
has not
complied with the case plan by making reasonable efforts to return the child to a
safe home through the provision of reasonable services designed to aid in overcoming the problems that led to the initial
removal and continued custody of the child, and by making reasonable efforts to complete whatever steps are necessary to
finalize the permanent plan.
11.
The child is an Indian child, and by clear and convincing evidence active efforts
were
were not
made to
provide remedial services and rehabilitative programs designed to prevent the breakup of this Indian family.
12.
The child has no known Indian heritage.
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Form Approved for Optional Use
Welfare and Institutions Code, §§ 727.2, 16501.1;
FINDINGS AND ORDERS AFTER SIX-MONTH
Judicial Council of California
Cal. Rules of Court, rule 5.810(a)
JV-672 [Rev. January 1, 2018]
PREPERMANENCY HEARING
www.courts.ca.gov
(Welf. & Inst. Code, § 727.2)
JV-672
CHILD'S NAME:
CASE NUMBER:
13.
The following persons have made the indicated level of progress toward alleviating or mitigating the causes necessitating
placement:
None
Minimal
Adequate
Substantial
Excellent
a.
Child
b.
Mother
c.
Father
d.
Legal guardian
Other
e.
(specify):
Other
f.
(specify):
14.
The likely date by which the child may be returned to and safely maintained in the home or placed for adoption, appointed a
legal guardian, or placed permanently with a fit and willing relative is (date):
Case planning and visitation
The child is 14 years of age or older. The services set forth in the case plan include those needed to assist the child in
15.
making the transition from foster care to successful adulthood.
The following were actively involved in the case plan development, including the plan for permanent placement:
16.
a.
legal guardian
tribal representative
child
mother
father
other
:
The following were not actively involved in the case plan development, including the plan for permanent placement. The
b.
probation officer is ordered to actively involve them and submit an updated case plan within 30 days from today.
legal guardian
tribal representative
child
mother
father
other
:
The following were not actively involved in the case plan development, including the plan for permanent placement. The
c.
probation offier is not required to involve them because they are unable, unavailable, or unwilling to participate.
child
mother
father
legal guardian
tribal representative
other
:
17.
The court finds that the child's:
a. developmental needs
are
are not
being met
c. physical needs
are
are not
being met
b. mental health needs
are
are not
being met
d. education needs
are
are not
being met
18.
The additional services, assessments, and/or evaluations the child requires and the persons or agency ordered to take the
steps necessary for the child to receive these services, assessments, and/or evaluations are:
a.
set forth on the record.
as
b.
follows:
19.
a.
The following are ordered by the court to participate with the child in a counselling or education program as directed by
other
probation:
mother
father
legal guardian
(specify):
b.
The participation by the following is deemed by the court to be inappropriate or potentially detrimental to the child and their
participation with the child in a counseling or education program is NOT ordered:
other
legal guardian
mother
father
(specify):
20.
The child has siblings under the court's jurisdiction and all of the siblings are not placed together in the same home.
a.
Visitation between the child and child's siblings who are not placed together is appropriate and ordered.
b.
The court finds by clear and convincing evidence that visitation between the siblings who are not placed together would be
contrary to the safety and well-being of at least one of the children. No visitation is ordered.
21.
Visitation with the child is ordered:
As set forth in Visitation Attachment: Parent, Legal Guardian, Indian Custodian, Other Important Person (form JV-400).
a.
b.
As follows (specify):
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FINDINGS AND ORDERS AFTER SIX-MONTH
JV-672 [Rev. January 1, 2018]
PREPERMANENCY HEARING
(Welf. & Inst. Code, § 727.2)
JV-672
CHILD'S NAME:
CASE NUMBER:
Health and education
The child
have an order authorizing psychotropic medication. The next hearing to review the
22.
does
does not
psychotropic medication order is on (date):
.
23.
The
legal guardians
are
unwilling
to make
parents
unable
unavailable
decisions regarding the child's needs for medical, surgical, dental, or other remedial care, and the right to make these
decisions is suspended under Welfare and Institutions Code section 739 and vested with the probation department.
24.
A limitation on the
parents
legal guardians
to make educational decisions for the child
is not necessary. The parents or legal guardians hold educational rights and responsibilities, including those listed in
a.
California Rules of Court, rule 5.650(e) and (f).
is necessary. Those rights are limited as ordered and as set forth in Order Designating Educational Rights Holder (form
b.
JV-535).
25.
The child's school placement has changed since the dispositional hearing.
a.
The child's educational records, including any evaluation regarding a disability, were transferred to the new school
placement within two business days.
b.
The child is
attending
school.
enrolled in
Parentage
others (names and relationships):
26. a.
The court inquired of
the mother
as to the identity and address of all presumed or alleged fathers. All alleged fathers present during the hearing who had not
previously submitted a Statement Regarding Parentage (Juvenile) (form JV-505) were provided with and ordered to complete
the form and submit it to the court.
b.
The
court clerk
probation department
shall provide the notice required by Welfare and Institutions
Code section 726.4 to:
(1)
alleged father (name):
(2)
alleged father (name):
Advisement
27.
The court informed all parties present at the time of the hearing and further advises all parties that if the child is not returned to the
home at the permanency hearing set on a date within 12 months from the date the child entered foster care, the case may be
referred under Welfare and Institutions Code section 727.31 to a selection and implementation hearing that could result in the
termination of parental rights and the adoption of the child.
28.
All prior orders not in conflict with this order remain in full force and effect.
Other
29.
findings and orders:
a.
See attached.
b.
(Specify):
The date the child entered foster care is
(specify):
30.
31.
The next hearing will be:
Date:
Time:
Dept:
Type of hearing:
Date:
Time:
Dept:
Type of hearing:
32.
The petition is dismissed. Jurisdiction of the court is terminated. All appointed counsel are relieved.
33.
The sealing process has been explained to the child, and the child has received any materials relevant to the sealing process
and the name of his or her attorney who can assist with sealing records.
34.
Number of pages attached:
Date:
JUDICIAL OFFICER
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FINDINGS AND ORDERS AFTER SIX-MONTH
JV-672 [Rev. January 1, 2018]
PREPERMANENCY HEARING
(Welf. & Inst. Code, § 727.2)
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