Probation Supervision
Utah Code Annotated
Rule 7-304

Description: (4) Supervision and correctional plan. When a youth is placed on probation, the assigned probation officer, when ordered by the court, shall file a supervision and correctional plan with the court within 30 days of the entry of the probation order. The plan shall be based on the Protective Risk Assessment (PRA). The plan shall be updated at least every 90 days as the PRA is updated or more frequently as the plan's intended outcomes and goals are completed or the minor's needs change. The plan shall include the following:... (4)(C) the Balanced and Restorative Justice Model for each domain used in the plan;

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