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What is the tolling feature used in ICOTS?

The 'Tolling' feature allows a user to indicate the offender's case is placed in "Tolling" status by the sending state's sentencing authority. While tolling, a case will not generate overdue case closure notices if the supervision end date comes and goes.  However, sending states must ensure the supervision end date is always a future date clarifying the offender is subject to compact supervision in the receiving state while in 'tolling' status. 


Training Notes:

  • Changing the supervision end date does NOT change criminal case supervision date data previously entered on a compact case.
  • The supervision end date is essentially a case closure due date and should always be a future date if offender is subject to compact supervision even while tolling.
  • Sending states should only use the feature within its own legal parameters and is not a defined ICAOS term or process. 
  • Sending states must provide clarity to the receiving state/document on the ICOTS case as needed as to what ‘tolling’ means in the respective ICOTS case(s) or any impact to compact supervision.
  • Email Notifications
    • At the time supervision end date is set to ‘tolling’ [All interested parties]

    • Every 30 days while in ‘tolling’ status [Assigned users in the Sending State]




When the tolling status is created, users associated with compact case will receive an email notification similar to the one below:


Reminder emails sent every 30 days while in 'tolling' status

Overdue Case Closure Report indicates cases marked 'tolling' with a supervision end date in the past

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