Juvenile Intensive Supervision provides close supervision to those clients assigned by the Court. Supervision Officers utilize numerous resources to aid in the supervision of their clients.
Upon assignment all clients participate in a risk/need instrument (YLS-CMI) which assists the Supervision Officer to identify what resources the client can benefit from the most. The Supervision Officer then works with the client and their family to determine what areas should be focused on first along with assisting the client to meet their obligations ordered by the Court, this is done by setting goals with the client.Supervision
Officers work with various community agencies as well as in-house programs to assist the client with reaching those goals. Some of the programs and agencies utilized include: