The PO visited difficult child today and he told him the requirements we know of so far. Upon release difficult child will have 30 days house arrest. No problem. Then, (oh, here it comes), a mentor weekly changing to every other other week, therapy weekly, PO once a month, and a job whenever he's not in school for the summer or over spring or holdiay break. difficult child will be 15yo. I have no idea where he expects him to get a job at that age and just being released from state Department of Juvenile Justice but I can tell you this, I can't work and provide for the kid and have my schedule revolve around taking him to work and therapy and picking him up, having him home for a mentor's visit whenever the mentor says, plus accommodate the regular mom stuff like IEP meetings, dr's appts, and everything else. Of course since difficult child is a juvenile with no driver's license, the axe is hanging over my head to make sure he is all these places or else I get taken to court. I'm seriously thinking about writing a letter to the PO and Department of Juvenile Justice counselor and telling them that if difficult child needs all this, they can send him to a place that can provide all this and I'll pay the CS while he's there. When difficult child gets himself off parole and out from under their nose and their requirements, if difficult child is willing to live by my rules he is welcome to come back home. Also, this way they can't have any doubt that whatever trouble difficult child gets into while on parole is not my fault. I'm already bringing this up to difficult child and I mentioned it before to the PO but the PO is apparently ignoring it because he took papers to difficult child today to sign his "agreement" for all this and they said he was coming home.