The juvenile court did not err when it imposed restitution on count dismissed without a Harvey waiver. The minor was ordered to pay victim restitution on a count of the petition which had been dismissed without a waiver pursuant to People v. Harvey (1979) 25 Cal.3d 754. On appeal, he contended that the juvenile court erred in ordering restitution on the dismissed count. The appellate court rejected the argument, holding that a Harvey waiver was not required. The juvenile court has broad discretion to impose any reasonable condition of probation for the purposes of rehabilitation. Harvey is inapplicable to juvenile court proceedings. Here, the restitution order was reasonably related to future criminality, and comported with the policies of juvenile court law.