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Youth Rehabilitation Order

Youth Rehabilitation Orders (YROs) are community sentences given to children and young people. They were introduced by the Criminal Justice and Immigration Act  2008, combining  a number of sentences into one generic sentence. Each sentence includes different requirements and can last up to 3 years. The different requirements are:

Activity requirement
Supervision requirement
Unpaid work requirement (16 & 17 year olds)
Programme requirement
Attendance Centre requirement
Prohibited activity requirement
Curfew requirement
Exclusion requirement
Electronic monitoring requirement
Residence requirement
Mental health treatment requirement
Drug treatment requirement
Intoxicating substance treatment requirement
Education requirement
Intensive Supervision and Surveillance (ISS) requirement
Intensive Fostering (IF) requirement


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