Unfortunately, Community Justice Services does not offer any in-home options. The only two other alternatives are getting CPR certified with the American Red Cross or donating whole blood to Vitalant.
No, it is our office policy that hours completed prior to the intake will not be credited. Please report to our office for an intake as soon as possible.
Call our office at 303-660-7552 to set-up a remote intake with your officer.
Per department policy, hours completed at an unapproved agency will not be credited. Please sign-up with an agency from the list that was provided at the intake.
Please report to the community justice services office for new forms.
Intakes are on a walk-in basis Monday-Friday before 4pm.
Yes, the intake fee will be $75.
Please contact your officer before your forms expires for more information. Extensions are approved on a case by case situation.
Please contact your officer. Extensions are approved on a case by case situation.
Please report to the office for new forms. We are open Monday – Friday from 8am to 5pm.
Successful completion reports will not be filed with the courts until all fees have been paid in full.
The agency is responsible for tracking the hours on the monitor form. Once all hours have been completed, the agency returns the white and yellow copy of the form to the client. Please submit the white form to your officer.
Your assigned officer’s information is listed at the top of your agency list.
Please contact your officer to discuss. Agency lists are filtered by charge and city locations. Your officer can add other city locations to your approved agency list.
No. Agency lists are generated by client’s charge and city locations. If client resides in another county, it is possible that a referral can be sent to that other county.
Yes. If the case is a Douglas County case, clients are required to report in person for an intake. Once intake is completed the client needs to reach out to the county they reside in, a referral will be provided with further instruction.
All schedule details need to be discussed with the agency of interest. Goodwill Stores and ARC locations are examples of agencies that will allow clients to volunteer for longer hours.