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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 Map this  

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

Colonial Heights Office
Denise Waff, Supervisor

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.