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The TN DCS Regional PSD/RPS staff will secure the resource home record per TN DCS Policy and RHET and D-RHET Protocols.  


The TN State ICPC Office records will be disposed of in accordance to the appropriate TN DCS RDA.  The TN ICPC Office record is not considered the permanent record on the child, but a working file.  The documents maintained in the TN DCS ICPC Office record are copies and not originals.


The TN State ICPC Office e-records will be disposed of in accordance to Departmental rules regarding maintenance of and access to electronic records per TFACTS.  

J. Disruption of a Tennessee Child Placed in another State Through ICPC:

When a child, who is in TN DCS custody/guardianship placed into another State under an approved ICPC, disrupts from that placement prior to achievement of permanency, or if the placement resource in the other State fails to retain licensure or becomes inappropriate for the continued placement of the child, the Receiving State will immediately advise the TN DCS Regional staff and the respective ICPC offices.  TN DCS as the Sending State party with custodial responsibility for the child maintains responsibility to plan for the child including the responsibility to remove the child from a placement and return the child to TN within five (5) working days unless an alternative timeframes have been established for the return of the child or alternate plans have been established to the agreement of all parties to support the child remaining in the placement with additional services or alternate plans have been established for re-placement in an approved resource in the receiving state.    

The Interstate Compact on the Placement of Children Procedures Manual

Revised: January, 2012                                                                                                                           Page 29

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