The supervision order should be designed to tackle the full range of offender needs associated with the offending (identified by ASSET) over a period of time.They can last for a maximum of three years.
Contact with the young person
- Initial contact between the Youth Justice Service officer and the young person and parent(s)/carer(s), where possible, must take place before the end of the next working day following the court hearing.
- The minimum contact must be once a week for the first 12 weeks, fortnightly for the next three months and monthly thereafter, unless assessed as presenting a high level of risk, in which case contact should revert to at least weekly.
Assessment and plan
An intervention plan must be prepared in 15 working days . They must be based on risk factors associated with the offending identified in Asset and set out arrangements to address them.
- All assessments must consider the needs of the victim and plans will include restorative processes.
- They will take account of plans made for the young person by other agencies (eg Social Services, Education, Health).
- The plan or contract should be discussed, agreed and signed by the young person and his/her parent(s)/carer(s).
- The content of supervision should address the needs identified in ASSET and include restorative processes.
- Breaches must be dealt with.
- Enforcement action must be taken if the young person does not comply.
Where appropriate, consideration should be given to seeking revocation of Supervision Orders, at the half way stage if sufficient progress is being made
|Provide information to young person and family regarding the supervision order||Court duty officer||Supervision Order leaflet||At court|
|Record process data and open intervention screen||Admin||Electronic Records||Within 1 working day of hearing|
|Ensure any supervision orders are referred to the allocating manager||Court duty officer||Electronic Records||Within 1 working day of hearing|
|Allocate order||Allocating manager||Electronic Records Referral forms||As appropriate|
- Child protection
- Youth Offending
- Children with Disabilities