The Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) will transition components of the Division of Community Supervision (DCS) and associated supporting personnel from DJJ operational control to DCS operational control by September 1, 2016 in order to provide DCS full community juvenile supervisory capability.

The number of DJJ staff that will transition to DCS will be based on the number of youth placed under the supervision of DCS.

department of community supervision

provides probation and parole services for select Designated Felon youth and as well as adults in the juvenile and adult justice systems. through the maximization of resources, dcs will help to streamline the probation and parole system in georgia while reducing recidivism.

DCS started for Adult Probation and Parole in Georgia on July 1, 2015

Juvenile Justice Probation and Parole Supervision Services for Select Designated Felon Youth Transitions to DCS on September 1, 2016

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