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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


Hours
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 Map this  

 
Community Corrections
Local Probation

Chesterfield/Colonial Heights General District or Circuit Court

  • Offenders who appear, may be placed on Local Probation supervision immediately following trial.
  • Clients are expected to report immediately after being placed on probation by the court.
  • The conditions of local probation supervision are generally established by the court and the assigned Probation Officer.

Contact Information

Chesterfield Office
Local Probation Supervisor
804-318-8220

Colonial Heights Office
Local Probation Supervisor
804-520-9389

Frequently Asked Questions

How are clients placed on local probation supervision and referred to Community Corrections Services (CCS)?  

By Judges in the General District/Circuit Courts in Chesterfield and Colonial Heights as a sentencing option, and an alternative to incarceration.

What services are available through CCS?  

Available services to the court are 

  • community service
  • alcohol and drug testing
  • alcohol and drug screening and assessments
  • referrals for alcohol and drug education and treatment
  • anger management classes
  • shoplifting prevention classes
  • Moral Reconation Therapy classes
  • restitution collection and monitoring
  • probation supervision

Who is eligible for referral to CCS?  

  • offenders 18 years old, or considered an adult at the time of conviction, of a misdemeanor or a non-violent felony for which the court may impose a jail sentence (in accordance with Virginia Code 19.2-303.3)

How long is an individual generally on probation supervision?  

  • a client who has a return court date established
    • must be supervised until the return to court date, or three months if the client has completed all court ordered requirements, whichever comes first
     
  • a client who does not have a return court date established
    • three months minimum for misdemeanants
    • six months minimum for felons
     
  • a substance abuse tested client must remain on supervision until his return to court date or six months, whichever comes first

Does an individual pay a fee for participation in the Local Probation Supervision Program?  

Yes, all offenders under local probation supervision will be charged a one-time fee of $150.00, unless waived for cause.

What are the responsibilities of the client while under Local Probation Supervision?  

The main conditions are as follows

  • keep the peace, be of good behavior, and not violate any municipal, county, state, or federal laws and ordinances
  • follow CCS staff's instructions and be truthful and cooperative
  • not to illegally use, possess, or distribute narcotics, dangerous drugs, controlled substances, or drug paraphernalia
  • meet with their Local Probation Officer as instructed
  • comply with all court ordered requirements

What is the non-compliance or violation process?  

  • assigned probation officer will notify the court, if a client violates the conditions of his local probation supervision by
    • testing positive for illegal substances
    • not reporting for a test
    • missing scheduled appointments
    • absconding from supervision
    • violation of any other agreed upon condition
  • court discretion will determine the legal course of action taken against the client for his alleged violation