22 CRR-NY 205.83NY-CRR

OFFICIAL COMPILATION OF CODES, RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK
TITLE 22. JUDICIARY
SUBTITLE A. JUDICIAL ADMINISTRATION
CHAPTER II. UNIFORM RULES FOR THE NEW YORK STATE TRIAL COURTS
PART 205. UNIFORM RULES FOR THE FAMILY COURT
22 CRR-NY 205.83
22 CRR-NY 205.83
205.83 Terms and conditions of order in accordance with sections 1053, 1054 and 1057 of the Family Court Act (child protective proceeding).
(a) An order suspending judgment entered pursuant to section 1052 of the Family Court Act shall, where the child is in foster care, set forth the visitation plan between respondent and the child and between the child and his or her sibling or siblings, if any, and shall require the agency to notify the respondent of case conferences. A copy of the order, along with a current service plan, shall be furnished to the respondent. Any order suspending judgment entered pursuant to section 1052 of the Family Court Act shall contain at least one of the following terms and conditions that relate to the adjudicated acts or omissions of the respondent, directing the respondent to:
(1) refrain from or eliminate specified acts or conditions found at the fact-finding hearing to constitute or to have caused neglect or abuse;
(2) provide adequate and proper food, housing, clothing, medical care, and for the other needs of the child;
(3) provide proper care and supervision to the child and cooperate in obtaining, accepting or allowing medical or psychiatric diagnosis or treatment, alcoholism or drug abuse treatment, counseling or child guidance services for the child;
(4) take proper steps to insure the child's regular attendance at school; and
(5) cooperate in obtaining and accepting medical treatment, psychiatric diagnosis and treatment, alcoholism or drug abuse treatment, employment or counseling services, or child guidance, and permit a child protective agency to obtain information from any person or agency from whom the respondent or the child is receiving or was directed to receive treatment or counseling.
(b) An order pursuant to section 1054 of the Family Court Act placing the person to whose custody the child is released under the supervision of a child protective agency, social services officer or duly authorized agency, or an order pursuant to section 1057 placing the respondent under the supervision of a child protective agency, social services official or authorized agency, shall contain at least one of the following terms and conditions requiring the respondent to:
(1) observe any of the terms and conditions set forth in subdivision (a) of this section;
(2) cooperate with the supervising agency in remedying specified acts or omissions found at the fact-finding hearing to constitute or to have caused the neglect or abuse;
(3) meet with the supervising agency alone and with the child when directed to do so by that agency;
(4) report to the supervising agency when directed to do so by that agency;
(5) cooperate with the supervising agency in arranging for and allowing visitation in the home or other place;
(6) notify the supervising agency immediately of any change of residence or employment of the respondent or of the child; or
(7) do or refrain from doing any other specified act of omission or commission that, in the judgment of the court, is necessary to protect the child from injury or mistreatment and to help safeguard the physical, mental and emotional well-being of the child.
(c) When an order is made pursuant to section 1054 or 1057 of the Family Court Act:
(1) the court shall notify the supervising agency in writing of its designation to act and shall furnish to that agency a copy of the order setting forth the terms and conditions imposed;
(2) the order shall be accompanied by a written statement informing the respondent that a willful failure to obey the terms and conditions imposed may result in commitment to jail for a term not to exceed six months; and
(3) the court may, if it concludes that it is necessary for the protection of the child, direct the supervising agency to furnish a written report to the court at stated intervals not to exceed six months, setting forth whether, and to what extent:
(i) there has been any alteration in the respondent's maintenance of the child that is adversely affecting the child's health or well-being;
(ii) there is compliance with the terms and conditions of the order of supervision; and
(iii) the supervising agency has furnished supporting services to the respondent.
(d) A copy of the order, setting forth its duration and the terms and conditions imposed, shall be furnished to the respondent.
(e) If an order of supervision is issued in conjunction with an order of placement pursuant to section 1055 of the Family Court Act, the order shall, unless otherwise ordered by the court, be coextensive in duration with the order of placement and shall extend until the completion of the permanency hearing. The order of supervision shall be reviewed along with the placement at the permanency hearing.
22 CRR-NY 205.83
Current through June 30, 2021
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