The majority of juveniles are supervised under regular supervision. Regular supervision caseloads average 30 to 40 youth for each Juvenile Probation Officer. These youth generally report one to two times per month to their Juvenile Probation Officers who work with them toward the attainment of the goals of their case plans.
Special attention is given to any court-ordered counseling, attendance in specialized programs, community service, and the payment of fines and restitution. Special attention is also given to each child’s educational needs and any identified treatment issues. Routine field contacts are made to the home and school.