Adult defendants before the Juvenile and Domestic Relations (J&DR) Court for domestic related criminal charges may receive a deferred judgment or suspended sentence and be placed on local probation supervision following the trial. The conditions of local probation supervision are generally established by the court and supervision is monitored by J&DR Local Probation Officers.
- Drug and Alcohol Testing
- Substance Abuse Screening / Assessment
- Domestic Violence Intervention Group Monitoring
- Sex Offender Treatment Monitoring
- Anger Management Group Monitoring
- Anger Management Education
- Restitution Monitoring
- Community Service Monitoring
Domestic violence is an ongoing problem that continues to plague all communities across racial, gender and economic barriers. J&DR Local Probation Officers are primarily responsible for cases involving domestic situations. CCS has the responsibility of promoting public service and public safety by providing effective community supervision. CCS assists offenders to responsibly remain in the community through intervention, innovative treatment and educational resources. In addition, J&DR Local Probation provides a mechanism for victim safety and information by working closely with Victim Witness, Domestic and Sexual Violence Resource Center, County Domestic Violence Coordinator, Police/Sheriff's Departments, Commonwealth Attorney's Office, area YWCA's and shelters. CCS strives to end domestic violence by promoting offender education, accountability and responsibility.
Tisha Skinner, Supervisor
Telephone: (804) 318-8228
Colonial Heights Office:
Denise Waff, Supervisor
Telephone: (804) 431-2054
For more information, see Frequently Asked Questions about Local Probation Serving Juvenile & Domestic Relations Court