SUPERVISION AND CORRECTIONS DEPARTMENT
Facts About Adult Probation
Community Supervision and
You may also
have to pay certain class fees:
All payments 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 payments.
No personal checks will be accepted for the payment of the monthly supervisory fee, restitution, or any moneys paid to the Community Supervision and Corrections Department. You may pay by Money Order or Cashierís Check 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
also pay by Western Union by visiting any Western Union Agent and
filling out the Blue Quick Collect Send Form. Make sure to include the
Your case will be credited by 5 pm the next business day.
or by Certified Payment by visiting Clerk 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 Clerk or you may also use your CREDIT CARD and process a payment to Brazoria County CSCD
You must have
available the following information
Field must include:
Conditions of Probation:
You can only leave the county if approved by your supervising officer. Talk to your officer well in advance about any travel plans. If approved, your officer will give you a travel permit that must remain with your person at all times during your trip.
If you plan to move outside Brazoria County, you must get permission from your supervising officer. If permission is given, your officer will make arrangements to have you report to a probation office in the county/state where you will reside. You must always notify your officer of where you are living.
If you change or lose you job, notify your officer immediately.
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 you do not follow the conditions of your probation, your officer will take action. This action could include requesting a warrant for your arrest, the Judge could require you to return to court to add more conditions to your probation, or your probation could be revoked and you could be sent to jail.
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.
Community Supervision (Probation) and Parole:
The Community Supervision and Corrections system (commonly referred to as probation) is a process designed to keep offenders out of the formal prison system. Offenders are supervised in the community where they continue to work, pay taxes and support their family. The Board of Pardons and Parole operates a system to supervise offenders after having served a partial sentence in the formal prison setting. Both Community Supervision and Corrections and the Board of Pardons and Parole are divisions of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. An offender may serve probation and parole at the same time.