(1) After a juvenile is placed in a juvenile boot camp program, the department shall verify that the juvenile meets the requirements of section 18(1)(m)(ii), (iii), and (iv) of chapter XIIA of 1939 PA 288, MCL 712A.18, and that there is an opening in a juvenile boot camp program. If the juvenile does not meet those requirements, there is no opening in a juvenile boot camp program, or the county juvenile agency is unable to place the juvenile in a juvenile boot camp program, the juvenile shall be returned to the court that entered the order of disposition for alternative disposition.
(2) A juvenile's placement in a juvenile boot camp shall not be less than 90 days or more than 180 days. However, if during that period the juvenile misses more than 5 days of program participation due to medical excuse for illness or injury occurring after he or she was placed in the program, the placement period shall be increased by the number of days missed, beginning with the sixth day of medical excuse up to a maximum of 20 days. A physician's statement shall verify a medical excuse and a copy shall be sent to the court entering the disposition. A juvenile who is medically unable to participate in a juvenile boot camp program for more than 25 days shall be returned to the court that entered the order of disposition for alternative disposition.
(3) Following his or her stay in a juvenile boot camp, the juvenile shall complete a period of not less than 120 days or more than 180 days of intensive supervised community reintegration in the local community.