In order to ensure that youth committed to ADJC receive the due process safeguards entitled to them by the Constitution, the Due Process Proceedings Office (DPPO) schedules and presides over all Parole Revocation, Parole Suspension, Restitution, and Disciplinary Hearings. The Chief Hearing Officer is responsible for the administration of due process for youth committed to ADJC. This officer interprets Arizona Criminal Statutes, current case law, and Department policies and procedures in order to make findings on allegations and decisions on motions made, and write final decisions. In addition, the DPPO has implemented and refined a deferred revocation process that incorporates restorative justice principles while providing additional treatment options for youths. The DPPO also considers appeals of Separation Hearings, considers Juvenile Community Reentry Board (JCRB) release rescissions, issues warrants, reviews requests to move youths from placement at home to a more restrictive placement, and issues discharges.