Court Services is a state agency administered through the Office of Judicial Administration. Court Services provides supervision of adult and juvenile offenders who have been placed on probation or juvenile diversion from the District Court and carries out the orders of the court in a timely, professional, and ethical manner consistent with community interests and safety. Court Services also conducts all pre-sentence investigation reports ordered by the Court. Court Services does have an officer residing in each county to monitor adult and juvenile offenders. Court Services also sponsors the Youth Court program.
Community Corrections provides intensive supervision and surveillance for adult and juvenile offenders who would otherwise be incarcerated in State facilities. Intensive supervision is the cornerstone of Community Corrections. For offenders, this includes frequent face-to-face meetings with case managers. It also includes routine drug testing, surveillance, community service, and regular contacts with other agencies that provide services such as counseling, rehabilitation, etc.