In the early 21st century of a world closely resembling our own on the surface, rare individuals awaken Telekinesis- and Telepathy-based powers during adolescence. Their existence is unknown to the public through interference of certain organizations with power. One such government organization in a highly developed country, responsible only to the Ministry of Interior, employs superhumans to fight crime and terrorism in covert tasks. Nevertheless its actions and ways are not to be made public in any way.
That being said, can the superhuman agents of such an organization be allowed everyday freedom when they are off mission? How can such an organization make sure that its agents will follow the rules of conduct at all times and will not jeopardize the faces of the organization, the government and even their superhuman fellows, should they stir trouble or even go rogue?
If possible, the superhuman agents should actually feel their freedom(instead of, let's say, sleeping in homes under surveillance).
It should also be taken in mind that many such agents are in their mid- or late-teen years because the side effects of said super-powers drastically shorten the user's lifespan(unbeknown to most of them though). That makes for even harder to control individuals.