107 Loudoun Street
Monday - Friday
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
The Department of Community Corrections offers the judiciary a variety of programs for nonviolent offenders. These programs help save jail space in the adult detention center and allow offenders to maintain their jobs, support their families, and provide restitution to the crime victims and to the community.
These services include probation supervision and collection of court cost, fines, and restitution payments. Offenders are provided with substance abuse assessment, education, and group counseling; assistance with driver's license reinstatement; domestic violence group counseling; and monitoring of other special conditions ordered by the court.
Pretrial Release Program
The Pretrial Release Program offers the judiciary pretrial defendant supervision as opposed to incarceration. It also provides background investigation of incarcerated pretrial defendants and makes recommendations to the court regarding whether they would be appropriate candidates for supervised release.
Community Corrections Mission Statement
Our mission is to develop, establish, and maintain community based corrections programs that provide sanctions and alternatives to incarceration, and to provide leadership and coordination throughout the criminal justice community.