by Jeff Wilson
Once a juvenile is placed on Probation or Intensive Supervision Probation
(ISP), the juvenile's case is assigned to a Supervision Officer. This is
the person who will be watching closely to be sure that the juvenile is
following all conditions of probation that have been ordered by the
court. These rules may include:
Report to the probation office once a month for
once a week for ISP.
A curfew which varies for regular probation, but will be no later than
10:00 p.m. on weekends. For ISP the curfew is 6:00 p.m. seven days a week. Church,
school and work related activities are exceptions.
Do not associate with persons on probation or parole, gang members,
or persons who were involved in the crime you were placed on probation
Submit to random urine testing not more than once per month for regular
probation and once a week for ISP.
Permit the probation officer to visit you at home, school, work or elsewhere.
Pay probation fees up to $15.00 per month.
Submit to counseling and/or drug assessments.
Pay restitution to the victims of your crime.