What is Intensive Supervised Probation (ISP)?
Juvenile Intensive Supervised Probation (ISP) is directed at male juveniles that are at a high risk for re-offending, are struggling on regular probation, and have had multiple petitions or probation violations.

The goals of ISP is to prevent a youth from advancing in the Court system, to help youth become productive and responsible, and to get the family to work better as a unit.

ISP is able to accomplish this by referring families to agencies for counseling, and supervising the youth at home and in school. ISP works closely with the youth to assure they are completing everything required by the Court. The ISP caseworker has the ability to make immediate consequences, set up and supervise community service projects for youth, take the youth on field trips, help youth to apply for employment, and be a mentor.

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1. What is probation?
2. What does it mean to be on probation?
3. How long does probation last?
4. What if I violate probation?
5. Will I have a juvenile record as a result of being on probation?
6. What is Intensive Supervised Probation (ISP)?