A collection of resources for Community Corrections clients.
Community Service Work is court-ordered volunteer work. It is done for non-profit, community-based, or government organizations.
Stearns County’s Felony Domestic Violence Court supervises a core group of the most dangerous repeat felony domestic violence offenders with close judicial and probationary supervision enforced by strict conditions of release, surveillance, weekly offender accountability check-ins directly to the court and utilizing an extended slate of victim support services to enhance victim safety. Information provided by the County Attorney's Office.
The Stearns County Drug Court is designed to prevent crime by treating the underlying treating substance addiction issue(s) associated with criminal activity and thereby reducing recidivism. Information provided by the County Attorney's Office.
Electronic monitoring services are provided under a contractual arrangement with Midwest Monitoring and Surveillance.
Intake provides investigative services and assessments to the court for clients not already supervised by an agent in Traditional Supervision or with a specialty supervision program (the Sex Offender Program, Intensive Supervision, Drug Court, or Domestic Violence Court).
Types of supervision programs including intensive, low-level, pre-trial, sex offender, and supervised release.
All transfers are a privilege and are not guaranteed. Offenders must meet eligibility criteria, comply with all transfer requirements, and must communicate with Community Corrections during the transfer process.
Community Corrections contracts with Minnesota Monitoring, Inc. of Minneapolis, Minnesota for urine analysis, or UA testing.