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Most probationers are non-violent, taxpaying members of society
The daily tax-payer cost of supervising an offender on probation is approximately 97% less than the cost of incarceration in prison or jail.
Jail - $60.00 per day
Prison - $61.63 per day
Probation - $3.42 per day ($1.64 of which is offender paid)
Probationers are required to pay a monthly fee to the Community Supervision and Corrections Department (CSCD), which funds operations.
Probationers are required to pay court costs, fines, and attorney’s fees.
Probationers may be required to pay restitution to the victims of their crimes.
In fiscal year 2018, probationers contributed over 81,000 hours of non-paid labor to local nonprofit agencies through community service.
Probationers also contributed over $63,000 worth of food to local food banks during that time.
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Financial Planning Class
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