Welcome to Community Corrections
The Community Corrections Program was created by statute in 1985 and allows sentencing of felony offenders to a community-based alternative to incarceration. The goal of the program is to reduce the probability of continued criminal behavior with front-end community based supervision and resource services for eligible offenders while maintaining the safety of the community.
The Community Corrections Program allows taxpayers dollars to be diverted from the high costs of incarceration and offers local courts increased sentencing options for eligible offenders. Through the Community Corrections Program, the average cost is less than $4.00 a day for offender supervision. Offenders on Community Corrections, unlike Probation, receive jail credit for time served successfully on the program.
Montgomery-Robertson County Community Corrections Program serves the 19th judicial district.