Facts About Adult Probation
You may be Court ordered to pay one or more of the
Court appointed attorney fees
Community Supervision fees
Restitution (repaying victims for
what was lost or damaged)
Crime Stoppers fees
You may also
have to pay certain class fees:
Repeat DWI offender classes
Victim Impact Panel fees
are Court-ordered and must be paid on time by a schedule set up by the court.
Your supervising officer can answer any questions about your
You may pay by Money Order or Cashierís Check
(no personal checks will be accepted)
made payable to the
Community Supervision and Corrections Department. Do not send cash
in the mail. The mailing address is:
Brazoria County Community Supervision and Corrections Department
P. O. Box 1300
Angleton, Texas 77516-1300
Receipts will be only be mailed if you include a self-addressed
also pay by:
Western Union by visiting any Western Union Agent and
out the Blue Quick Collect Send Form. Make sure to include
Pay to: BRAZORIA COUNTY CSCD
Code City / State: ADPROBBRAZORIA / TX
Account Number: Cause #, Last Name and date of birth
Attention Field: First and Last name of defendant
Your case will be
credited by 5 pm the next business day.
Credit Card by visiting
cashier at 1524 East Mulberry, Suite
200, Angleton, TX
and fill out the Credit Card Authorization
Form. Your credit card
payment will be processed by the
cashier or you may also use your credit
card and process a
payment to Brazoria County CSCD
You must have
available the following information
Bureau Code: 3968016
Brazoria County, TX
Field must include:
Defendantís Name, Defendantís Date of Birth and
Case Id # and/or Cause #
PAYMENTS TOWARD RESTITUTION WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED
Defendantís case should be credited within 5 business days.
Community Supervision and
Both Community Supervision and Probation refer to the same process.
Your supervision officer can be very helpful to you.
He/she can answer any questions you have about your probation; schedule classes, programs and set up
appointments you need to fulfill your probation obligations; provide community-based referrals such
as drug/alcohol counseling, employment counseling and literacy/GED preparation that will help you
prepare for a positive life. Your officer will supervise you as directed by the Court and
will inform the Court as to how you are abiding by the rules. Your officer
will conduct visits to your home or work as well as in the
You must be on time for
each office visit.
Ask your supervising officer each month what
paperwork you need to bring when you report for you next visit. Reporting
to your officer is very important.
Do not bring
children with you to your office visit. Some office visits can take up to
two hours to complete. Sex offenders will be reporting to the same
facility that you are.
If your offense
was a Misdemeanor or deferred adjudication Felony, you may still vote if you are a registered voter.
If your offense
was a non-theft Misdemeanor you may still serve on a jury if called.