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What is a  Professional Supervised Visitation Monitor?


The supervised visitation monitor (provider) is there to make every effort to keep your children safe. The provider must always be present during the visit. They listen to what is being said and monitor the children and parents’ behavior. If necessary, the provider may interrupt or terminate a visit. All providers are required to report suspected child abuse.


All providers must follow the uniform standards of practice for providers of supervised visitation outlined in standard 5.20 of the California Standards of Judicial Administration and Family Code section 3200.5



Qualifications for a professional supervised visitation provider


Guidelines and standards for professional supervised visitation providers.


1. Must be live scanned or previously live scanned in current profession.

2. Must register with Trustline.

3. No DUI’s in the past 5 years.

4. Must be 21 years of age or older.

5. Must not of been on probation or parole in the last 10 years.

6. Have no civil, criminal or juvenile restraining orders in the past 10 years.

7. Auto insurance is needed if transporting a child.

8. Must speak the same language of the minor and non-custodial parent.

9. No crimes against a person or a conviction for child abuse, sexual abuse or molestation.

10. Agree to adhere to and enforce the court order.

11. Meet the training requirements.

Training requirements for a supervised visitation provider

Professional providers are required to receive training on the topics outlined under Family Code section 3200.5. & The Standards of Practice for Supervised Visitation. We are to follow different  professional codes of conduct.  For the successful completion of mandated 24 hours of training in the following topics, as set forth by the State of California Family Code 3200.5:


  • Standards 5.20 and Code of Ethics

  • Family and Juvenile Law Basics

  • Intake Interviews and Orientation

  • Safety & Security Procedures

  • Do's and Don'ts of the Industry

  • Mandatory Child Abuse Reporting Laws

  • Child Development and Child Welfare

  • Domestic Violence

  • Sexual Abuse, Substance Abuse and Mental Illness

  • Cultural Sensitivity; Working with Families of Various Backgrounds

  • Terminating a Visit, Intervention and Terminating Services- Working with the Courts, Attorneys and Parents

  • Working with Law Enforcement



About: Carabajal Monitoring & Court Services Supervised Visitation Training


FEES - $355.00 plus $25.00 Materials Fee.


  • We offer a Payment plan

  • You must attend all three days, 24 hours, Training Class to receive a Certificate of Completion

  • Monitor Rates are $50-70 an hour, depending on the case 

  • Referrals will be offered to the class network 

  • Spaces may be limited. 

Feel free to text or call (714-794-8607) for more info & availability on training sessions.


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