Supervision is an integral part of working with participants. This supervision can involve one to one sessions with the Responsible Officer or as part of a group activity such as Unpaid Work or a Offending Behaviour Programme. Supervision helps ensure the participant is engaging with their order.

Supervision whether as a one to one with participants or supervising participants in a group activity will:

  • Challenge attitudes towards offending and promotes changes in behaviours
  • Monitor and review behaviour patterns and flag up potential issues
  • Give support to participants who need signposting to other organisations
  • Deal with immediate issues such as accommodation, finances, benefits


Updated on Friday May 29, 2015.