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Making the Switch to Electronic CHIPS: Segregating Confidential Documents and Information

The July 1st amendments to the Rules of Juvenile Protection Procedure impacted public access to CHIPS records.  The amendments also established that filers (e.g., attorneys, social workers, and GALs) are responsible for segregating confidential documents and confidential information from public documents. 

This 1.5-hour recorded training session provides an overview of the rules changes, as well as details about what types of CHIPS cases are involved, what documents and information must be segregated, how segregation must be accomplished, and consequences for not complying with the requirements.