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- Full participation in adolescent sex offender treatment- No further law violations- Periodic polygraph tests to measure compliance with probation- No possession of pornographic material- Regular attendance and acceptable behavior at school- Follow the supervision plan devised by your probation officer and therapist- Complete HIV testing and registration requirements
- Reside only at the address designated by the court- Must be supervised at all times by supervisors approved by the court (i.e., parents or other adults authorized by the court and probation)- Travel is restricted to Pierce, King, Kitsap, and Thurston Counties- Remain at home in the company of an approved adult (exceptions will be made for school and line-of-sight supervision by a court approved adult)- Obey rules of parent/supervising adult- Maintain contact with the assigned probation officer. The probation officer will provide youth with a specific day to call and check in.- Attend school or place of employment without absences and maintain best effort.- No violations of any criminal laws- No contact with the alleged victim(s), witness(es), co-defendant(s). This includes contact through electronic means or third parties. - Will not be allowed to reside with any victim.- Cannot possess guns, firearms, ammunition, or other weapons.- No unsupervised contact with children who are more than 24 months younger than the youth. The youth will not be allowed to share a bedroom with younger siblings. Placement of an alarm on a youth's bedroom door will also be required.- No unsupervised internet activity. If internet access is needed, a parent must be view the screen with the youth.- Cannot possess electronics that access the internet.