A Supervision Order can refer to a sentence from the court where the Youth Offending Team will supervise the work that the offender will carry out. These can last up to 3 years. The term can also refer to giving the local authority the legal power monitor a child’s needs and progress while the child lives at home or somewhere else. A social worker will advise, help and befriend the child. In practice, this will mean they give help and support to the family as a whole.
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