The Reduced Supervision Team (RST) provides reduced direction and resources to offenders who have been assessed as low risk to re-offend. RST also monitors the immigration caseload.
DCJ Adult Services Pages
Alternative Community Service works with people who have been given community service conditions from another county.
Alternative Community Service
DCJ Adult Services ACS- Before Intake
Alternative Community Service takes referrals from Community Court for those who have pled guilty for misdemeanor, quality of life crimes, such as theft, prostitution, drinking in public & trespass.
Adults on supervision in Multnomah County are generally supervised in the communities in which they reside.
Find out more about Community Service, Turn Self in to Jail, Work Release
New to ACS? Many of your questions are answered to help you better understand how to be successful.
The ARC Family and Friends Orientations are designed to help friends and family members understand the goals and requirements of post-prison supervision.
The Transitional Services Unit provides pre-release planning to offenders who are identified within State Correctional Institutions.
Being active in your community is significant for maintaining a balanced lifestyle, reducing stress, and enhancing physical and mental well-being.
Restitution is money the court ordered you to pay to a victim for losses resulting from the crime for which you were convicted.
Domestic Violence Intervention Treatment - Approved Providers List
Domestic Violence Related Community Resources
Domestic Violence Unit - Frequently Asked Questions
Monthly reports, Travel permits and other resources for Reduced Supervision Domestic Violence Clients.
EPICS Video highlighting DCJ staff
Safe housing is important for everyone.
Various mental health resources throughout the area that may be of help.
When you are on the Monitored Misdemeanor Program and sometimes called monitored bench probation, your name is entered into the Law Enforcement Data System.
A new phase has recently taken place where veteran officers who mentor new recruits are involved with specialized training.
This partnership between the Department of Community Justice & the Portland Police Bureau allow newly hired & sworn officers to spend several days learning about both juvenile & adult corrections.
With community partners, these recruits and newly sworn officers will have first hand, personal experience working with the community organizations they will work with throughout their future careers
Read more about this national model on police training.