Washington County Community Corrections provides probation and parole supervision of both adults and juveniles in the community. Community-based supervision is an effective tool in achieving public safety in a fiscally responsible manner. While some people need to be confined to jail or prison others can continue to contribute to society as employees, parents, and citizens. These individuals can be held accountable by paying restitution to their victims, participating in drug testing, Sentence to Service work crews, treatment programs, and by losing various freedoms while continuing to support themselves and their families.
Our mission is to improve community safety by providing opportunities for positive change.
We accomplish our mission by:
Protect the community
Facilitate behavior change through research-based interventions
Assist clients in meeting the expectations of the court
Create pathways to successful community reentry
Collaborate with community and government partners
Maximize the use of technology to assist in community supervision