Form DHS-1909 "Detention Order" - Michigan

What Is Form DHS-1909?

This is a legal form that was released by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services - a government authority operating within Michigan. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.

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  • Released on April 1, 2006;
  • The latest edition provided by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services;
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DETENTION ORDER
Michigan Department of Human Services
Minimum distribution, 2 copies: one
Reply to:
copy to be retained; one copy to be
given to appropriate peace officer who
will take the juvenile into custody
The undersigned, being in receipt of a requisition (Form I or II) made pursuant to the Interstate Compact
on Juveniles, and calling for the detention of
(Name of Juvenile)
a juvenile, who, according to facts duly recited in said requisition, has
(In the above blank spaces indicate whether the juvenile has run away from home, or has absconded
while on probation or parole, or escaped from an institution; also indicate the jurisdiction from which he
ran away, absconded or escaped.) and whose return is being sought by
(Jurisdiction Seeking Return)
hereby orders any
(Designate appropriate peace officer)
in receipt hereof and subject to the jurisdiction or direction of the undersigned to take custody of and
detail said juvenile as requested in said requisition pending disposition of proceedings which may be
taken pursuant to the Interstate Compact on Juveniles.
Said requisition, which was issued from
(Issuing Authority)
in
, in the state of
,
(Location)
(Name of State)
which state is also party to the Interstate Compact on Juveniles, is on file with the undersigned.
Signature
Title
Date
Name of Court or Other Authority
(To be signed and formalized in accordance with existing practice, by “court or the executive authority” to
whom the demanding state has addressed a requisition. See Articles IV and V of the Compact in
connection with his form).
Department of Human Services (DHS) will not discriminate against any individual or group
because of race, sex, religion, age, national origin, color, height, weight, marital status, political
beliefs or disability. If you need help with reading, writing, hearing, etc., under the Americans
with Disabilities Act, you are invited to make your needs known to a DHS office in your area.
DHS-1909 (Rev. 4-06) Previous edition obsolete. MS Word
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DETENTION ORDER
Michigan Department of Human Services
Minimum distribution, 2 copies: one
Reply to:
copy to be retained; one copy to be
given to appropriate peace officer who
will take the juvenile into custody
The undersigned, being in receipt of a requisition (Form I or II) made pursuant to the Interstate Compact
on Juveniles, and calling for the detention of
(Name of Juvenile)
a juvenile, who, according to facts duly recited in said requisition, has
(In the above blank spaces indicate whether the juvenile has run away from home, or has absconded
while on probation or parole, or escaped from an institution; also indicate the jurisdiction from which he
ran away, absconded or escaped.) and whose return is being sought by
(Jurisdiction Seeking Return)
hereby orders any
(Designate appropriate peace officer)
in receipt hereof and subject to the jurisdiction or direction of the undersigned to take custody of and
detail said juvenile as requested in said requisition pending disposition of proceedings which may be
taken pursuant to the Interstate Compact on Juveniles.
Said requisition, which was issued from
(Issuing Authority)
in
, in the state of
,
(Location)
(Name of State)
which state is also party to the Interstate Compact on Juveniles, is on file with the undersigned.
Signature
Title
Date
Name of Court or Other Authority
(To be signed and formalized in accordance with existing practice, by “court or the executive authority” to
whom the demanding state has addressed a requisition. See Articles IV and V of the Compact in
connection with his form).
Department of Human Services (DHS) will not discriminate against any individual or group
because of race, sex, religion, age, national origin, color, height, weight, marital status, political
beliefs or disability. If you need help with reading, writing, hearing, etc., under the Americans
with Disabilities Act, you are invited to make your needs known to a DHS office in your area.
DHS-1909 (Rev. 4-06) Previous edition obsolete. MS Word
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