Children (Criminal Proceedings) Act 1987 No 55
48P Proceedings for non-compliance with youth conduct
(1) On an application made in accordance with the regulations, the
Children’s Court may call on a child in respect of whom a youth conduct
order has been made to appear before it if the Court suspects that the child
may have failed to comply with the order.
(2) If the child fails to appear, the Children’s Court may take
any action referred to in section 98 (1A) of the Crimes (Sentencing Procedure) Act
1999 as if the child were an offender for the purposes of that
subsection who had failed to appear.
(3) If the Children’s Court is satisfied that a child appearing
before it has failed to comply with a youth conduct order, the Court
(a) administer a warning to the child, or
(b) decide to take no action with respect to the failure to comply,
(c) vary the order, or
(d) revoke the order.