HYCF COMMIT/DISCHARGE ADD/UPDATE
The HYCF Commit/Discharge Add/Update screen is used by the Hawaii Youth Correctional Facility’s staff to add and update commitment information for a juvenile. The data that is entered by HYCF is displayed for inquiry purposes on the HYCF Commit/Discharge Summary and Detail screens.
DESCRIPTION OF FIELDS
- PHOTOGRAPH DATE – the date a photograph of the juvenile was taken at the facility.
- CIR – circuit that the offense for which the juvenile was committed originated; 1 – Honolulu, 2 – Maui, 3 – Hawaii, 5 – Kauai.
- PRI COMMIT OFFENSE – the primary offense for which the juvenile was committed. Show me the complete list.
- SEC COMMIT OFFENSE – the secondary offense for which the juvenile was committed.
- MOD – a modifier code that may change the nature of the offense, examples of offense modifier codes include AT for attempted and CC for conspiracy to commit. Show me the complete list.
- DESCRIPTION – the description of the offense.
- SEV – the severity of the offense. Examples of severity are FA – Felony A, FB – Felon B, etc. Show me the complete list.
- HRS – the section of the offense from the Hawaii Revised Statutes. Show me the complete list.
- LOCATION GEN – the general location of the juvenile while under the jurisdiction of the facility. An example of a general location is YCF – Hawaii Youth Correctional Facility. Show me the complete list.
- SPEC – the specific location of the juvenile while under the jurisdiction of the facility. Examples of a specific location are AH – Aloha House, BB – Bobby Benson, etc. Show me the complete list.
- COMMITTED – the date the juvenile was committed to the facility.
- COMMIT TYPE – the type of commitment, examples are S – Short Term, 19 – To Age 19, 20 – To Age 20, etc. Show me the complete list.
- DAYS – the number of days the juvenile is committed to the facility.
- CONTROL TYPE – is used to describe the amount of control or security that is required for a ward.
- PROBLEM(S) – a list of up to three potential problems that the juvenile may have. Examples of problems are A – Anger, DA – Drug Abuse, DT – Drug Treatment, etc. Show me the complete list.
- EXPECTED DISCHARGE – the date of expected discharge from the facility.
- NOTIFY VICTIM – an indicator to notify the victim upon the release of the juvenile from the facility.
- NOTIFIED – a flag to indicate whether or not the victim was notified of the release of a juvenile when notification is required.
- ACTUAL DISCHARGE – the actual date of discharge.
- DISCHARGE TYPE – type of discharge from the facility. Examples of discharge type are DC – Discharge, FC – Family Court, FU – Furlough, etc. Show me the complete list.
- DISCHARGED TO – the person the juvenile was discharged to.
- SOCIAL WORKER – the social worker assigned to the juvenile while the juvenile is under the jurisdiction of the facility.