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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.
Multnomah County Adult Community Service (ACS) is a program utilized by the Courts and by Parole/Probation Officers as an alternative to jail.
The Assessment & Referral Center (ARC) is the initial point of contact for adults who will be supervised in Multnomah County Adult Community Justice.
The Change Center works to increase positive outcomes for justice-involved adults. We offer GED- and job-prep, along with classes and groups that support personal growth.
A collaborative effort to help address the needs of 18-25 year old people being released from county and state institutions.
The Domestic Violence Unit supervises adults on probation, post-prison supervision, parole and interstate compact cases.
Formal Supervision Misdemeanor Probation monitors adults who are sentenced and under the authority of the courts and the offender's judge.
The Mental Health Unit (MHU) provides supervision services for parole, probation and post-prison who have been diagnosed with a severe and persistent mental illness.
The Monitored Misdemeanor Program (MMP), formally called "Enhanced Bench," monitors adults with a DUII.
Multnomah County Justice Reinvestment Program (MCJRP) is a program that was created to reduce prison usage.
The Pretrial Services Program (PSP) supervises defendants who are released from jail pending a court appearance and who require supervision in the community prior to resolution of their criminal case.
The Reduced Supervision Team (RST) provides reduced direction and resources to adults who have been assessed as low risk to re-offend.
Multnomah County supervises approximately 900 sexual offenders of whom approximately 200 have been identified as predatory.
S.T.A.R.T. is an intensive drug court for medium-high risk/high need property crime offenders.
High quality substance abuse, mental health, and domestic violence treatment and support services to assist adult on supervision in developing the skills for crime-free living
This look-up tool connects you with Parole-Probation Officers (PPOs) for individuals under supervision with the Adult Services Division.