Community Supervision Services
  • Intake Services:
    Provides investigation and assessment services for Court on youth for the purpose of providing the Court with information for decisions related to detention, release conditions and disposition decision.
  • Diagnostic Service:
    Provides complete diagnostic investigations and reports on all youth who are charged with an offense for which they are committable to a state institution under a standard range sentence.
  • Juvenile Drug Court (JDC):
    Provides an intensive 9-12 month program for eligible juvenile offenders whose drug use was a primary influence in the their criminal conduct. Intensive case management of juvenile drug users, providing treatment and life skills.
  • Community Supervision Services (CSS):
    Provides assessment, case management and monitoring of all youth who are placed on community supervision
  • Selective Aggressive Probation (SAP):
    Provides intensive supervision and services to youth identified by Law Enforcement, Prosecutors and Probation Counselors as highest risk to re-offend.
  • Probation-School Liaison Program:
    Provides probation services to all youth at Pasco and Chiawana High Schools that are on Court-ordered probation.  Also provides Aggression Replacement Training and case management services to a study group of youth that have significant school discipline history for aggressive behaviors.
  • Special Sexual Offender Disposition Program (SSODA):
    Provides evaluation, treatment, monitoring of young sexual offenders who qualify for this program.
  • Aggression Replacement Training (ART):
    Provides research based cognitive-behavioral program lasting 10 weeks for all eligible youth on Court ordered probation.  This program has proved to reduce recidivism among juvenile offenders.
  • Functional Family Therapy (FFT):
    Provide research based FFT according to the prescribed model to eligible youth based on contract provisions.
  • Chemical Dependency Disposition Alternative (CDDA):
    Post-disposition program for youth with substance abuse issues, but not necessarily drug/alcohol charges.  Suspends confinement time as incentive to participation in treatment.
  • Community Services Supervision Volunteer Application Packet:
    Please complete the attached Community Services Supervision Volunteer Application Packet to volunteer your services with this unit.

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    Phone: (509) 786-5710 or (509) 783-1310
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