Compulsory Supervision Order with no condition of residence
Compulsory Supervision Order with no condition of residence (looked after at home)
Where a child or young person is subject, through the Children’s Hearing system, to a Compulsory Supervision Order with no conditions of residence, that child or young person continues to live at their normal residence (often the family home). This is known as being looked after at home. Where this happens, the hearing panel will have decided that the child’s welfare is best assured by living with their parents. Social workers and any other relevant partners must then work closely together as well as with the child and family to achieve the objectives for which the home supervision was made.