On minimum supervision, limited conditions are generally imposed. These typically include school attendance, restitution payments, if ordered, and attendance at the Way Out Program. Way Out is a 16 hours program through which youth and parents learn how to improve family communication.
On standard supervision, youth have been assessed as moderate or high risk to re-offend. These youth are provided community supervision services facilitated by Juvenile Probation Counselors who are trained in the Case Management Assessment Process (CMAP). These juveniles are monitored for their compliance with an intervention plan, community service requirements, school attendance, counseling, restitution order, and other conditions imposed by the Judge.
Special Sex Offender Treatment (SSODA)
The Special Sex Offender Treatment was instituted for juveniles pursuant to RCW 13.40.160(5), for felony sex offenses as outlined in RCW 9.94A.030. The purpose is to provide the Court with pre-disposition sexual deviancy evaluations that address community safety and the youth’s ability to be successful in treatment. The evaluation also recommends the post-disposition treatment while youth are on community supervision.
Chemical Dependency Disposition Alternative (CDDA)
The Chemical Dependency Disposition Alternative addresses youth chemical dependency issues. The purpose of this disposition alternative is to ensure successful treatment options to reduce recidivism and that the treatment services are made available to eligible youth, pursuant to RCW 70.96A.520.