LINK Tracking provides in-home supervision and outreach services to youth who have committed delinquent acts and are at-risk to re-offend. The level of supervision varies depending upon a child’s risk assessment and other identified needs. LINK trackers provide services as requested by the juvenile court officer. Supervision requests may include face-to-face and telephone contacts, curfew checks, monitoring of school attendance, employment obligations, court appearances, and compliance with other court-ordered expectations.
The tracker may be required to collect urine specimens, monitor community service requirements, or transport clients to medical appointments, court appearances, or other scheduled appointments. The trackers work closely with the youth, family, schools, and the Juvenile Court Services Office to ensure that conditions of the court are being honored.