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Director of Community Corrections
Andrew Molloy, Jr.

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Phone Numbers
Main: (804) 318-8220
Fax: (804) 717-2275

8:30 am - 5 p.m.
Monday - Friday

Mailing Address
Community Corrections Services
P. O. Box 40
Chesterfield, VA 23832

Street Address 
10111 Krause Road 
Chesterfield, VA 23832 

Colonial Heights Office
550 Boulevard
Colonial Heights, VA 23834

Community Corrections
Adult Domestic Local Probation

Domestic Violence (DV) Local Probation Unit Services

  • provides supervision of adult offenders
    • referred from the Chesterfield County Juvenile Domestic Relations Court (J&DR) for offenses involving family and/or household member(s)
    • deferred and/or suspended sentences, court-ordered to participate in community-based sanctions
  • ensures
    • public safety
    • victim safety
    • offender accountability
    • methods that encourage behavioral change
    • provides various forms of risks/needs assessments
  • develops supervision case-plans
  • provides educational groups
  • provides cognitive-behavioral programming


The DV Unit, as part of the Chesterfield County Domestic Violence Coordinated Community Response Protocol, maintains partnerships with

  • treatment providers
  • community organizations
  • government agencies

Probation Services Include

  • Drug and Alcohol Testing
  • Substance Abuse Screening/Assessment
  • Moral Reconation Therapy Groups
  • Anger Management Education Classes
  • Community Service

Treatment Monitoring

  • Domestic Violence Batterer’s Intervention Program
  • Intensive Anger Management Treatment
  • Substance Abuse Treatment
  • Mental Health Treatment
  • Sex Offender Treatment
  • Age Appropriate Parenting Classes
  • Individual Therapy

Contact Information

Chesterfield Office
Tisha Skinner, Supervisor

Colonial Heights Office

Denise Waff, Supervisor

Frequently Asked Questions Serving Juvenile & Domestic

Are there different types of Protective Orders?

  • Emergency Protective Order
  • Preliminary Protective Order  
  • Permanent Protective Order

For more information, see Protective Orders.

What is the difference between Anger Management and Batterer's Intervention Program?

CCS Anger Management Class (8 hours)
The Anger Management class is a psycho-educational group suited for first-time offenders who do not have a violent criminal history, situations involving intimate partners or patterns of ongoing abuse.

  • class fee is incorporated in the standard $150.00 probation supervision fee

Anger Management Program (8 - 10 weeks)
The Anger Management Program is for offenders who experience frequent problems with communication,  easily angered, agitated, and frustrated resulting in violent behaviors.

  • offenders are referred to certified clinical service providers
  • programs are typically 8 - 10 weeks in length
  • fees include an initial assessment fee, followed by a weekly group fee

Domestic Violence Batterer's Intervention Program (24 - weeks)
The Batterer's Intervention Program is a state certified program for abuser who use violence as a means to obtain power and control over another individual.

  • participants include family and/or household members with focus on intimate partner relationships
  • programs are a total of 36 hours, which is completed between 18 - 24 weeks
  • required fees include initial assessment fee, followed by a weekly group fee
  • termination from the program requires the offender to restart from the beginning

What types of safety measures are in place for victims?

  • victims of domestic related offenses are initially connected with the Victim Witness Assistance Program, and with the Commonwealth’s Attorney’s office pending trial
  • following trial victims are referred to the Domestic and Sexual Assault Resource Center and other community programs for information and safety-planning
  • advocates are available to provide individual counseling, support groups, and instruction for seeking protective orders.
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