Pretrial Release Supervision

Pretrial Release Supervision is designed to ease jail overcrowding by supervising defendants who are released from jail during the pretrial stage of their criminal case.  Each defendant is informed of the bond conditions of their release, which may include but are not limited to:

  • compliance with the mandatory protection order
  • abstinence from alcohol/illicit drug use, no possession or use of firearms
  • telephone contacts
  • office visits
  • GPS monitoring
  • home site checks
  • mental health evaluations
  • monitored abstinence/toxicology testing
  • Residence Verification

CJS officers report back to the District / County courts on the defendant’s compliance, or noncompliance with the court ordered conditions of bond.

Ordered to Pretrial Supervision:

You shall report to Community Justice Services between 7:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. within 24 hours of release from custody to complete an intake. During your intake, an officer will explain all the conditions/requirements you will have while on supervision, and you will sign all necessary documents. Failing to report to Community Justice Services is considered a violation of your bond/summons.  There is a one-time $40.00 fee to be supervised through Pretrial Services which can be paid in the form of cash, credit card (processing fee), or money order.