JV-681
MINOR’S NAME:
CASE NUMBER:
Page 1 of 2
Form Approved for Optional Use
Judicial Council of California
JV-681 [Rev July 1, 2012]
Welfare and Institutions Code, §§ 607.2,
727.2(i), 778;
Cal. Rules of Court, rule 5.812
www.courts.ca.gov
ATTACHMENT: HEARING FOR DISMISSAL—ADDITIONAL
FINDINGS AND ORDERS—FOSTER CARE PLACEMENT—DELINQUENCY
ATTACHMENT: HEARING FOR DISMISSAL—ADDITIONAL FINDINGS
AND ORDERS—FOSTER CARE PLACEMENT—DELINQUENCY
Use this form to document the juvenile court's findings and orders regarding the possible modification of jurisdiction over a minor who
is 17 years, 5 months of age or younger from that of a ward to that of a dependent at the following hearings:
1.
a.
The minor's rehabilitative goals have not been met. Continued juvenile court jurisdiction over the minor as a ward is
required. The facts supporting this finding were stated on the record.
b.
Findings:
BASED ON THE REPORTS READ, CONSIDERED, AND ADMITTED INTO EVIDENCE AND ALL OTHER EVIDENCE RECEIVED,
THE COURT FINDS AND ORDERS:
For a minor other than a dual status minor:
4.
The minor's rehabilitative goals have been met. Juvenile court jurisdiction over the minor as a ward is no longer required.
The facts supporting this finding were stated on the record.
For a dual status minor for whom dependency jurisdiction was suspended under section 241.1(e)(5)(A):2.
a.
b.
A return to the minor's home would be detrimental to the minor and juvenile court jurisdiction over the minor as a
dependent should be resumed. The facts supporting this finding were stated on the record.
A return to the minor's home would not be detrimental to the minor and juvenile court jurisdiction over the minor as
a dependent does not need to be resumed. The facts supporting this finding were stated on the record.
5.
1. A review hearing under Welf. & Inst. Code, § 727.2 or § 727.3 held on behalf of a minor 17 years, 5 months of age or
younger, during which a recommendation to terminate juvenile court jurisdiction is considered.
2. Any other hearing held on behalf of a minor 17 years, 5 months of age or younger who is in a foster care placement, during
which a recommendation to terminate juvenile court jurisdiction is considered.
3. Any hearing held on behalf of a minor who is not currently in a foster care placement but was in such a placement when he or
she was adjudged a ward, during which a recommendation to terminate juvenile court jurisdiction is considered.
For a dual status minor for whom the probation department was designated the lead agency under section 241.1(e)(5)(B):
3.
a.
b.
A return to the minor's home would be detrimental to the minor, and juvenile court jurisdiction over the minor as a
dual status child is no longer required. The facts supporting this finding were stated on the record.
A return to the minor's home would not be detrimental to the minor and juvenile court jurisdiction over the minor as
a dependent is not required. The facts supporting this finding were stated on the record.
a.
b.
The minor was not a court dependent at the time he or she was declared a ward.
The minor does does not appear to come within the description of Welf. & Inst. Code, § 300
and cannot can be returned home safely. The facts supporting this finding were stated on the
record.
The minor was subject to an order for a foster care placement as a dependent of the court at the time he or she
was adjudged a ward and does does not remain within the description of a dependent child
under Welf. & Inst. Code, § 300, and a return to the home of his or her parents or legal guardian
would would not create a substantial risk of detriment to the minors safety, protection, or
physical or emotional well-being. The facts supporting the findings were stated on the record.
The minor was was not provided with the notices and information required under Welf. & Inst. Code, § 607.5.
MINOR’S NAME:
CASE NUMBER:
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ATTACHMENT: HEARING FOR DISMISSAL—ADDITIONAL FINDINGS
AND ORDERS—FOSTER CARE PLACEMENT—DELINQUENCY
JV-681
JV-681 [Rev. July 1, 2012]
8.
The minor (1) was not a court dependent at the time he or she was declared a ward; (2) is currently subject to an order for a
foster care placement; (3) does not come within the juvenile court's transition jurisdiction; (4) has achieved his or her
rehabilitative goals; (5) no longer requires delinquency jurisdiction; and (6) appears to come within the description of Welf. &
Inst. Code, § 300 and cannot return home safely.
a.
b. The matter is set for a hearing to review the county child welfare services department's decision on the date stated on the
record which is within 20 court days of the date of this order.
The probation officer minor's attorney must submit an application, under Welf. & Inst. Code, § 329, to
the county child welfare services department to commence a proceeding to declare the minor a dependent of the court.
9.
The minor (1) was a court dependent at the time he or she was declared a ward; (2) does not come within the juvenile courts
transition jurisdiction; (3) has achieved his or her rehabilitative goals; (4) delinquency jurisdiction is no longer required; and (5)
he or she remains within the description of a dependent child under Welf. & Inst. Code, § 300 and a return to the home of a
parent or legal guardian would create a substantial risk of detriment to his or her safety, protection, or physical or emotional
well-being.
a.
The minor was originally removed from the physical custody of his or her parents or legal guardians on
(specify date): ______________ and continues to be removed from their custody.
The order terminating jurisdiction over the minor as a dependent of the juvenile court is vacated and dependency jurisdiction
over the minor is resumed. Delinquency jurisdiction is terminated. The matter is continued for a status review hearing set
under Welf. & Inst. Code, § 366.21 or 366.3 on the date stated on the record which is within six months of the minor's most
recent status review hearing under Welf. & Inst. Code, § 727.2 or § 727.3.
10.
Jurisdiction over the minor was not modified from delinquency jurisdiction to dependency jurisdiction or transition jurisdiction:
a.
The minor is returned to the home of the parent or legal guardian. A progress report hearing is set on the date
stated on the record.
d. Delinquency jurisdiction is continued and the order for a foster care placement remains in full force and effect. The
matter is continued for a status review hearing set under Welf. & Inst. Code, § 727.2 or § 727.3 on the date stated
on the record which is within six months of the minor's most recent status review hearing under Welf. & Inst. Code,
§ 727.2 or § 727.3.
b.
The minor is returned to the home of the parent or legal guardian and juvenile court jurisdiction of the minor is
terminated as set forth in Petition to Terminate Wardship and Order (form JV-794).
c.
Delinquency jurisdiction is continued and the order for an out-of-home placement in a non–foster care placement
remains in full force and effect. A progress report hearing is set on the date stated on the record.
b.
The removal findings made at that hearing, “continuation in the home is contrary to the child’s welfare” and “reasonable
efforts were made to prevent removal,” remain in effect.
c.
The child welfare services department probation department is responsible for the minor's placement
and care.
7.
The court having previously determined that the minor is a dual status child under Welf. & Inst. Code, § 241.1(e)(5)(B), that
the child's rehabilitative goals were achieved, that a return to the minor's home would be detrimental, and that juvenile court
jurisdiction over the minor as a dual status child is no longer required, orders:
a.
b.
The matter is continued for a status review hearing set under Welf. & Inst. Code, § 366.21 or § 366.3 on the date stated
on the record which is within six months of the date of the minor's most recent status review hearing under Welf. & Inst.
Code, § 727.2 or § 727.3.
The child's dual status is terminated, delinquency jurisdiction over the minor is dismissed, and dependency jurisdiction is
continued with the child welfare services department responsible for the child's placement and care.
6.
The court having previously determined that the minor is a dual status child under Welf. & Inst. Code, § 241.1(e)(5)(A) and
that juvenile court jurisdiction over the minor as a dependent should be resumed, orders:
Orders:
a.
b.
The matter is continued for a status review hearing set under Welf. & Inst. Code, § 366.21 or § 366.3 on the date stated
on the record which is within six months of the date of the minor's most recent status review hearing under Welf. & Inst.
Code, § 727.2 or § 727.3.
Dependency jurisdiction over the minor previously suspended is resumed and delinquency jurisdiction is dismissed.
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