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As an integral part of the criminal justice system, we protect and serve the state of Georgia through effective and efficient community supervision while providing opportunities for successful outcomes.
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Highlights agency accomplishments and performance during FY21
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.
Atlanta, Georgia — The Department of Community Supervision (DCS) is excited to announce the development of a new recruitment team. The newly established recruitment team consists of full-time recruiters that will lead in the talent acquisition function of the department. This includes but is not limited to managing end-to-end multiple recruitment processes in a timely and effective way. Additionally, will be responsible for promoting DCS’s reputation as a good place to work, laying a foundation for the work culture based on the DCS mission, vision, and values by ensuring that the best qualified, purpose-driven individuals pursue employment with DCS.
ATLANTA - Employees of the Georgia Department of Community Supervision (DCS) provided school supplies and care packages to those in need within their local communities on Wednesday, July 20, 2022, during the department’s statewide “Day of Service.” DCS employees distributed the collected school supplies and assembled care packages to multiple locations within their local communities.
ATLANTA - Governor Brian P. Kemp has issued a proclamation declaring Sunday, July 17 through Saturday, July 23 as "Community Supervision Week" in the State of Georgia. The week is set aside to honor and celebrate the important work performed by the men and women who serve and protect Georgia citizens through effective and efficient community-based offender supervision.
Our work in law enforcement transforms lives for the better while protecting communities across Georgia.
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