Children Act, 2001

Period or level of supervision.

38.—A conference shall consider whether the period or level of supervision of the child in respect of whom the conference is being held should be varied in the light of the following matters:

(a) the circumstances of the child as respects education, training or employment,

(b) the child's leisure time activities,

(c) the child's relationship with his or her family and the local community,

(d) the child's attitude to his or her being supervised,

(e) the child's progress under the supervision,

(f) the child's attitude to his or her criminal behaviour and, in particular, to the victim of that behaviour, whether or not the victim is present at the conference, and

(g) any other matters that may be relevant in the particular case.