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For Fiscal Year 2016-17, each such county shall pay to the Department its annual percentage share of $42.5 million, calculated by dividing the total number of detention days for juveniles residing in that county for the most recently completed 12-month period by the total number of detention days for juveniles in all non-fiscally constrained counties during that same period. The DJJ is responsible for paying the remainder of detention costs. Beginning in Fiscal Year 2017-18 and for each fiscal year thereafter, each such county shall pay its annual percentage share of 50 percent of the total shared detention costs, calculated by dividing the total number of detention days for juveniles residing in the county for the most recently completed 12-month period by the total number of detention days for juveniles in all non-fiscally constrained counties during that same period. The DJJ is responsible for paying the remainder of detention costs.
Documents related to each year's allocations are provided below sorted by fiscal year. Any questions regarding the information provided here can be directed to the Department’s Chief of Finance and Accounting.
FY 1617 Letter to the Counties
DCS Final Billing FY16-17 52016
For information on detention cost sharing prior to the FY2016-17 fiscal year, visit the Detention Cost Sharing Archive page.
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