The Concho Valley Community Supervision and Corrections Department has three offices that include its main office, the AIC/Drug court office and the court unit all located in San Angelo. The CSCD also has regional offices in Ballinger and Eldorado. The department has both a male and female community corrections facilities or CCF’s that treat offenders across the state.
The Concho Valley Community Supervision and Corrections Department supervises and helps rehabilitate offenders who are sentenced to community supervision by local courts. There are 7 counties that make up the our judicial district, they include Tom Green, Coke, Concho, Irion, Runnels, Sterling and Schleicher county.
Community supervision officers assess each offenders level of risk and need using a standard assessment tool and then use the results to design an appropriate supervision plan. The plan includes the conditions stipulated by the courts when the offender is sentenced. Some offenders are confined temporarily in residential facilities. Others are not confined, but must report to their community supervision officers at intervals determined by the courts and based on the offenders risk and needs assessment. The programs, services and tools of community supervision departments use to supervise and help rehabilitate offenders include: urinalysis testing, community service restitution, court residential treatment centers, day reporting centers, domestic violence programs, education programs, electronic monitoring, employment programs, intensive supervision probation, intermediate sanction facilities, local boot camps, pretrial services, residential services, restitution centers, sex offender treatment, specialized caseloads, substance abuse treatment, substance abuse treatment facilities, surveillance supervision and victims services.
Although supervision departments receive funding from TDCJ-CJAD, they are not part of the division. They are organized within local judicial districts, from which they receive office space, equipment and other forms of support. Supervision department employees work for the judicial district.
It is the mission of the Concho Valley Community Supervision and Corrections Department to promote public safety for the citizens of our communities, restoration for the victims in our neighborhoods and positive changes in the lives of offenders.
To accomplish this mission, we will hold offenders accountable for their actions, by steadfastly enforcing conditions of supervision from the courts, and we will support constructive changes in the lives of offenders, by striving for excellence in all the programs we undertake.