Community Supervision and Corrections (Adult Probation) The Dallas County CSCD is a professional criminal justice agency that serves the public under the authority of the criminal judiciary system. the court ordered conditions of community supervision and provide the offender with a wide range of rehabilitative services and resources. The Adult Probation Services Division (APSD) oversees the effective statewide administration of adult probation programs and services in accordance with statutory and administrative guidelines. This division interacts with the courts, probation departments, and a variety of non-court agencies and organizations throughout Arizona.
Adult Field Services Adult Field probation officers supervise adult offenders who have been granted formal probation by the court. The officers work with offenders to reduce the likelihood to re-offend, and hold them accountable by monitoring residence, employment, restitution payments, and participation in rehabilitative services. Adult Probation: The Adult Probation Department's mission is to serve the court, to actively promote community safety, to facilitate positive behavioral change in probationers and to respect victim rights.
The Adult Probation Services hold offenders accountable while promoting change through the principles of "Evidence Based Practices" empirically measured assessments, and program initiatives, which target and reduce criminogenic factors. Agents promote personal responsibility in offenders by encouraging pro-social attitudes, while connecting offenders with resources that address individual needs. In , the agency underwent a department wide restructure by creating two offices, the Office of Supervision Services and the Office of Administrative Services in an effort to centralize and utilize agency resources more effectively. The Director of Adult Probation and Parole Services reports to the District Court Administrator.