While the specific conditions of supervision may vary from case to case, there is a group of standard conditions which apply to almost every individual.
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Multnomah County Department of Community Justice Transition Services Unit (TSU) is collecting information so we can better serve families and children with an incarcerated parent.
The Adult Services Division (ASD) promotes public safety and strives to reduce recidivism while supervising over 10,000 adult offenders sentenced to probation or released from custody on parole.
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A six-month educational program for adults scheduled for release from correctional facilities. Teaches African-American history and empowers participants to adopt pro-social behaviors and attitudes.
Find out more about Adult Referral and Assessment Center (ARC), Drug Court. Local, Post Prison and Pre-trial Supervision, Pre-Sentence Investigations and the Recognizance Unit.
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DCJ Adult Services Probation, Parole, and Post-Prison Supervision
DCJ Adult services Reduced Supervision FAQ.
SIRN (System Integration & Resource Network) formerly Community Academy
S.T.A.R.T. is an intensive drug court for medium-high risk/high need property crime offenders.
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Multnomah County Adult Community Service (ACS) is a program utilized by the Courts and by Parole/Probation Officers as an alternative to jail.
ARC works extensively in providing housing support for justice involved individuals transitioning back into the community.
ARC works extensively in providing housing support for individuals transitioning back into the community.
ARC Transition Services Unit provides a comprehensive system of services designed to prepare, equip, and sustain an individual upon their release from jail or prison.
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A collaborative effort to help address the needs of 18-25 year old people being released from county and state institutions.
You are on formal Probation, Parole and/or Post-Prison Supervision, but instead of reporting in person to your supervising officer every month, you must call this office only in certain situations.
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This program supervises first-time domestic violence individuals who plead guilty, or no contest, and their sentences have been deferred by the court to complete a fourteen month program