Where Public Safety and Progress Meet

We protect and serve the state of Georgia through effective and efficient community supervision while providing opportunities for successful outcomes.

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Field Offices

Find the address and phone number for a field office in your area.

 

Ride-Along Request

Our Ride-Along program provides opportunities for individuals to observe community supervision firsthand and become better acquainted with the duties and responsibilities of our agency and personnel.

 

Annual Report

Highlights agency accomplishments and performance during FY22

 

Five Fast Facts

Visit our YouTube channel to watch Reentry Success stories, learn more about our mission, and see how we make a difference in the communities we serve!

Press Releases and Media Coverage

DCS congratulates 25 graduates for completion of the Basic Community Supervision Training

(ATLANTA) – The Georgia Department of Community Supervision (DCS) graduated its 49th Basic Community Supervision Officer Training (BCSOT) class on Thursday, May 18th, at the Georgia Public Safety Training Center (GPSTC) in Forsyth, Georgia. These graduates are now certified as Community Supervision Officers by the Georgia Peace Officer Standards and Training Council (P.O.S.T.).

DCS celebrates the success of Day Reporting Center graduates at its April 2023 Commencement Ceremonies

ATLANTA - The Recidivism Reduction Unit of the Georgia Department of Community Supervision has announced several Day Reporting Center (DRC) commencements across the state for interested citizens to attend and celebrate the success of those participants graduating this rigorous outpatient treatment program. 

DCS and community partners host state-wide resource events during Second Chance Month

ATLANTA - Following Governor Brian P. Kemp’s proclamation declaring April as "Second Chance Month” in the State of Georgia, the Reentry Services Division of the Georgia Department of Community Supervision has announced several Second Chance Month (SCM) events across the state for interested citizens to attend and celebrate the importance of helping people who were formerly incarcerated reenter society.

Georgia Governor Brian P. Kemp proclaims April  as “Second Chance Month” in the State of Georgia.

ATLANTA - Governor Brian P. Kemp has issued a proclamation declaring April as "Second Chance Month” in the State of Georgia. This special designation is set aside to help individuals and communities across Georgia recognize the importance of Reentry Services and their role in supporting safe and successful criminal justice outcomes. 

Our work in law enforcement transforms lives for the better while protecting communities across Georgia.

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