The Adult Probation Department prioritizes community safety and encourages positive behavior change in probationers. Probationers must learn to identify behaviors and make choices that positively impact their futures, with Probation Officers holding them accountable.
The program aims to end abuse and foster healthy relationships through new thinking and behaviors. It emphasizes victim safety, probationer accountability, close monitoring, and intervention, with components including enhanced supervision, victim outreach, and offender intervention programming.
Intensive Probation Supervision (IPS) is a sentencing alternative for individuals who need enhanced level of supervision and engagement with their probation officer through the increased contacts the program requires.
This program aims to increase supervision and surveillance of convicted sex offenders and provide intensive treatment for addressing sexual deviancy. This containment approach holds offenders accountable for their thoughts and behavior, emphasizing their responsibility for the harm inflicted on others.
This probation type focuses on three goals that lead to the success of individuals. They are accountability, change, and community. Together, these activities provide a foundation where intervention reduces risk, and community involvement increases long-term success. The supervision level is tied to the overall risk of re-offense by the individual.