What is the difference between generalist and intensive supervision?
High risk to very high risk youth are assigned to an intensive probation officer who works with approximately 20-25 offenders. These clients are seen 3-4 times per month and must call to check-in with their probation officer on a weekly basis. Intensive agents develop a case plan and work with youth to target risk factors driving their delinquent behavior. Youth may be required to complete assignments and participate in directed skill practice while being supervised on probation. Youth assessed at low to moderate risk are assigned to a generalist agent. Supervision of youth on this caseload will vary but in most cases youth are required to make weekly contact by phone and meet with their probation officer on a monthly basis.

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1. My child must appear in court. Where do we go?
2. What will happen to me or (my child) when I go to court?
3. If my child is in detention, can I visit with my child before court?
4. My child has been ordered to provide a urine sample. What should we do?
5. How do I get in contact with my child’s probation officer?
6. What if my child has to miss an appointment with Anoka County Community Corrections?
7. What is the difference between generalist and intensive supervision?
8. What happens when my child is placed on probation for truancy?
9. Will I need to pay any of the costs for my child’s placement or treatment?
10. How do I pay restitution?
11. What happens if restitution is not paid by the ordered due date?
12. What is Evidence Based Practices (EBP)?
13. What is expungement?