What does Family Supervision do?

When there are serious concerns about the development of a child, we are obliged to report this to the Guardianship Council. The Guardianship Council investigate the safety of the juvenile.

The Guardianship Council reports and advises the court on a child protection measure as a result of their investigation. If the judge decides that a juvenile should be placed under supervision, he is assigned a family guardian.

The family guardian shares the parenting responsibility with the parents and monitors the child's safety. A tried and tested method is used: the Delta method.