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    Community Supervision and Corrections Department
    Tarrant County 1895 Courthouse

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    The Community Supervision and Corrections Department (CSCD) supervises offenders who are sentenced to community supervision by local courts as well as those that live in Tarrant County that receive community supervision in another county/state.

    CSCD has six satellite locations throughout Tarrant County and one central office located in Downtown Fort Worth.

    Tarrant County CSCD offers a variety of programs and services to help rehabilitate offenders.  Some of the programs/services include:  Assessment Unit, Bond Supervision, Community Service Restitution (CSR), DIRECT Court Program, Domestic Violence Intervention Program, Employment Services Program,  Enhanced Supervision Strategies,  Felony Alcohol Intervention Project (FAIP), High Risk/ Youthful Offender Program,  Mental Health Diversion Program, Mentally Impaired Offender Program, Probation Education Programs,  Reaching Independence through Self-Empowerment (RISE) Program,  Specialized Sex Offender Supervision, SAFPF and SAFPF Re-Entry, Substance Abuse Programs, Treatment Alternative to Incarceration Program (TAIP), Veterans Court Diversion Program and Victim Services.

    Leighton Iles, Director

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    200 W. Belknap

    Fort Worth, Texas 76196-0225

    Monday - Friday  7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
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