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(a) Upon the filing of a complaint, the Court Clerk shall schedule a family group conference with a Tribal Court Judge not to exceed thirty (30) days from the service of the complaint. The Clerk shall issue a summons in accordance with ATC 4.10.40(c).

(b) The Court Clerk shall also issue a Notice to Appear at the scheduled family group conference to the following attendees:

(1) Presenting Officer for the Aleut Community of St. Paul Island;

(2) Tribal Enforcement Officer who issued the citation to the juvenile or referred the matter to the Presenting Officer;

(3) The juvenile’s attorney or advocate, if one has been arranged;

(4) Pertinent members of the juvenile’s family, if known;

(5) Director of Health and Human Services, or designee, for the Aleut Community of St. Paul Island; and

(6) If appropriate, as determined by the Tribal Court Judge, the victim, if any, and the victim’s pertinent family members.

(c) At the scheduled family group conference, the attendees, juvenile offender, and Tribal Court Judge shall discuss the juvenile’s behavior that led to the citation. The discussion is to be free from formal rules of procedure or evidence and shall not be conducted on the record. This discussion is to result in a comprehensive plan for addressing the juvenile’s behavior and meeting the victim’s needs, if any. The plan should include a list of services needed by the juvenile, the juvenile’s family, and the victim, but should not include penalties. The plan must conclude with a selection of forum for final resolution. Such forum may be An’gim Tunuu or Tana{ Ludaaĝin Qimis{anangin, through referral and consent or the Juvenile Court for formal adjudication. The Tribal Court Judge shall approve the plan. Upon approval, the Court Clerk shall follow the applicable chapters of ATC Title 2 for the chosen forum. [Res. 2012-42; 2008 Code § 4.2.5]