Evidence-Based Practice Brief #1.
Control techniques include programs aimed to deter negative behavior through fear of consequences (e.g., jail tours, court tours) and programs emphasizing surveillance to detect negative behavior.1 Other deterrence and surveillance type techniques include inappropriate drug testing (i.e., when youth does not have substance abuse issues), electronic monitoring, and excessive monitoring or supervision.
Juvenile Justice Institute, University of Nebraska at Omaha, "Therapeutic vs. Control Treatment Philosophies" (2017). Reports. 19.