Since PO nor Department of Juvenile Justice facility staff could tell me any info on detention reentry program (length of stay, requirements, etc), I called the detention center used in this jurisdiction because it's suppposed to be the local detention center and they don't have a reentry programestablished yet- it's still in the planning stage and could be weeks or mos before it's finalized and during this time frame, they are not accepting boys to be transitioned there to await it's start. So I call Department of Juvenile Justice facility and tell them and ask asst superinitendent there if he can double check that this new order is viable and for somthing that already actually exists and that they are accepting my son into it. He said he'll call me back in about an hour because he can look into that part. Then I google it and what pops up? A general assembly thing from the state senators dateed Jan 11, 2012, stating they are directing the joint commission to study tthee viability of implementing detention reentry programs for juvies in the state to comoplete the last 30-90 days of their sentence. So let's see, what are the odds that in the past 4 weeks that sudy was completed and deemed viable and passed into law and set up at the ddetention centers? And doesn't it say for boys who are completing their sentences? They had already signedf off that difficult child completed his sentence.