Welcome to the Washington County
Community Corrections Department
Community safety is our #1 priority during this Covid-19 event. Everyone can make a difference!!
In order to “flatten the curve,” Community Corrections is curtailing services today through the end of April 2020 and replacing all routine office visits with phone, or electronic forms of contact. Unless otherwise instructed, supervised individuals should check in via phone or email with their Parole/Probation Officer and not come into the office.
In general, please follow recommended public health guidelines:
- Wash your hands regularly, with soap and water, and for at least 20 seconds
- Use hand sanitizer if unable to wash hands
- Avoid touching your face, and wash up if you do
- Isolate yourself if you are sick or have any symptoms (cough, fever, trouble breathing, runny nose)
- Keep your distance from others
- Be a good neighbor and do what you can to take care and help out others
Enhancing public safety by promoting positive behavior change.
Washington County Community Corrections serves an important role in keeping our community safe. We work to prevent the recurrence of crime among adult offenders by supervising them and connecting them with the resources they need to change problem behavior. We supervise approximately 3600 offenders using a range of evidence-based strategies, while working in partnership with the Courts, law enforcement, and the state Board of Parole and Post-Prison Supervision. In addition to community supervision, we operate the 215-bed Community Corrections Center, a transitional facility that offers a range of services and programs to assist residents to successfully return from custody to the community.
- The Community Corrections Center is a 215-bed custody facility
that prepares people serving sentences to successfully transition back into
the community. It offers a secure,structured living environment, while focusing
on accountability, employment, treatment, and skill building.
- The Probation and Parole Division supervises approximately 3600 offenders, holding them accountable to the conditions of their supervision while supporting their efforts to live successfully in the community.
- The Counseling & Victims' Services (CVS) program provides counseling, advocacy, training, education and referral services that help liberate people from the effects of criminal harm, and encourages healthy relationships.
The Volunteer Program offers opportunities for work study, undergraduate and graduate internships. Additionally, free counseling services are offered through the Washington County Counseling Program.
Community Corrections Center (503) 846-4300 (directions)
Probation and Parole (503) 846-3400 (directions)
Counseling & Victims' Services (503) 846-3020 (directions)
Justice Reinvestment Referral Information
Hiring documents (only use if instructed to do so by hiring manager): http://www.co.washington.or.us/CommunityCorrections/hiring-documents.cfm