Supervising attendance orders
A supervised attendance order is in effect a fine on time, which offenders require to use for constructive activity. Once made, this order clears the fine. Local authorities have responsibilities for supervising attendance orders. There are specialist supervised attendance officers attached to the court based social work unit. These officers monitor attendance and performance, and deal with non-compliance and breach. The activity sessions however are provided by APEX Scotland, a voluntary organisation that specialises in training and preparing offenders for employment.
Please note that this service is not provided by Craven District Council. Information on this service is provided by North Yorkshire County Council. Please select the link below for further information on their website.