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Levels of Supervision
Levels of Supervision
  • Level I Defendants - will be required to call the Community Supervision Unit twice a week.
  • Level II Defendants - will be required to call the Community Supervision Office twice a week.During the initial face to face contact, the conditions of release will be reviewed, with drug monitoring and breathalyzer appointments being established.The defendant will be expected to maintain this schedule until changes are approved by the Community Supervision Unit.The defendant will be required to meet with the Supervisor once a week.
  • Level III Defendants - Will be required to call the case manager twice a week.During the initial face to face contact, the conditions of release will be reviewed, with drug monitoring and breathalyzer appointments being assigned.The defendant will be expected to maintain this schedule until changes are approved by the Community Supervision Staff.Due to the fact that defendants in this area are at a higher risk of failing to comply with the conditions of release, they will be required to meet with case manager twice a week.
  • Level IV Defendants - will be supervised using electronics.The case manager will also outline a detailed program schedule for defendants placed in the program at this level.(i.e. work release, treatment programs, drug testing).Inmates supervised at this level will be required to pay a daily supervision fee.Fees will be determined at the time of placement into the program.

Telephone Communication
It is the responsibility of the defendant to contact the Community Supervision Unit upon his release as indicated on the Conditions of Release form.The Community Supervision Staff will review all conditions of release in detail to ensure the defendant remains in compliance.

Supervision Records
The Community Supervision Services Unit has developed procedures for monitoring and documenting the defendant’s compliance with the conditions of the program.This helps to ensure the defendants appearance in court and compliance with their conditions of release.


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