(1) If the order includes a supervision direction requiring the CEO to supervise the protection of the child in relation to specified matters, the CEO must, while the order is in force, maintain reasonable contact with:
(a) the child; and
(b) the parents of the child; and
(c) any other person who is residing with the child.
(2) For subsection (1):
(a) the parents of the child or any other person who has daily care and control of the child must:
(i) keep the CEO informed about where the child is residing; and
(ii) allow an authorised officer to have reasonable contact with the child; and
(b) an authorised officer may, at any reasonable time, enter a place where the child is located to have contact with the child; and
(c) an authorised officer may, at any reasonable time, enter the place where the child ordinarily resides to inquire about the specified matters; and
(d) the CEO may, by written notice, require a parent of the child or a person residing with the child to do or refrain from doing a specified thing for the supervision direction.
(3) The notice must state the reasons for the requirement.
(4) An authorised officer may use any reasonable force or assistance in acting under this section.