The Office of Community Corrections (OCC) is the intermediate sanction department of the Massachusetts Probation Service. The mission of the OCC is the establishment of intermediate sanctions which offer a continuum of sanctions and services for probation, parole, sheriffs and the Department of Correction. This interagency and community collaboration supports public safety. On these pages you will find information about the two major initiatives of the OCC, the Trial Court Community Service Program (CSP) and the statewide network of Community Corrections Centers (CCC). The CSP develops community service projects, monitors participants at project sites, tracks participant work hours, and makes reports of participant progress to the courts via the probation department. The CCCs facilitate intensive supervision by probation, parole and sheriff's departments through integrated services and sanctions including substance abuse treatment, educational opportunities, job development, life skills training, drug and alcohol testing, community service, day reporting and electronic monitoring. For more information see the links below.
- Overview of the Office of Community Corrections
- 5 Ws of Enhanced Supervision for Probation Officers
- Community Correction Centers
- Trial Court Community Service Program
- Community Service Program Offices
- Office of Community Corrections Newsletter - In the Center
- OCC Utilization Statistical Reports
- Community Corrections Contact Info
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