Children Act 2001
Level of supervision.
28.—(1) The level of supervision to be applied in the case of any child shall, subject to section 42(1), be determined by the juvenile liaison officer who is supervising the child.
(2) The juvenile liaison officer shall have regard to the following matters when making a determination under subsection (1)—
(a) the seriousness of the child’s criminal F51[or anti-social] behaviour,
(b) the level of support given to, and the level of control of, the child by the child’s parents or guardian,
(c) the likelihood, in the opinion of the juvenile liaison officer, of the child’s committing further offences F52[or engaging in further anti-social behaviour], and
(d) any directions from the Director on the appropriate level of supervision in any case or in any case of a particular class.
Inserted (1.03.2007) by Criminal Justice Act 2006 (26/2006), s. 158 and sch. 4 am. no. 2, S.I. No. 65 of 2007.
Inserted (1.03.2007) by Criminal Justice Act 2006 (26/2006), s. 158 and sch. 4 am. no. 3, S.I. No. 65 of 2007.