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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 

Colonial Heights Office
550 Boulevard
Colonial Heights, VA 23834

 
Community Corrections
Pretrial Services

Pretrial Services is a program that provides

  • an alternative to incarceration, that provide cost savings to localities
  • background investigative information of defendants to the courts of Chesterfield County and City of Colonial Heights
  • investigations provide social, family, employment, and criminal history information for the defendant's first court appearance
  • recommendations to help determine the status of a defendant's bond
  • supervision of defendants, while released back into the community, pending trial
  • screening of candidates for Adult Drug Court and the Dual Treatment Track programs 

Services by court order include

  • Drug and Alcohol Testing
  • Daily or Weekly Contacts
  • Substance Abuse Evaluations
  • Referral for Substance Abuse and Mental Health Treatment
  • Electronic-GPS Monitoring
  • Alcohol Monitoring

Contact Information

Chesterfield Office
Jennifer Dennis, Supervisor
804-318-8225

Colonial Heights Office
Denise Waff, Supervisor
804-431-2054

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Pretrial Services?

Pretrial supervision is a condition of your bail, ordered by a judicial officer.

If ordered, you will be

  • reporting to a Pretrial Officer
  • completing any other conditions ordered such as
    • drug/alcohol testing
    • curfew

When should I report? 

  • report to your first appointment as soon as you are released
  • daily intake hours are 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • you may report the following business day if released after hours
  • bring all paperwork with you to your intake appointment

How long will my first appointment be? 

  • intakes are completed on a first come first serve basis, in general you should plan to be here for an hour
  • come prepared to provide a urine sample, if ordered to testing

What happens if I miss a drug test or an appointment? 

Since Pretrial Services is a condition of your bail, the court is notified of your situation.