Release conditions are rules set by the court that people on supervision must follow if they want to remain in the community. The court imposes release conditions to help structure the person's actions and activities. For example, release conditions may
- prohibit possession of guns or other weapons.
- prohibit contact with victims or witnesses.
- restrict association with certain persons.
- restrict travel.
- impose a curfew.
Among the many other release conditions the court may impose are community service, electronic monitoring, employment, mental health treatment, or substance abuse treatment.