DCS Deploys Statewide Recruitment Team

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. 

Summer Care Packages and School Supplies Donated During DCS’ statewide “Day of Service”  

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. 

Georgia Governor Brian P. Kemp Proclaims July 17 - 23, 2022 as Community Supervision Week in Georgia

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.

DCS Congratulates Thirteen Graduates for Completion of the Basic Community Supervision Training

ATLANTA -  Thirteen officers graduated from the Basic Community Supervision Officer Training (BCSOT) at the Georgia Public Safety Training Center in Forsyth, Georgia.  The graduation ceremony was held on Thursday, July 14, 2022, in the auditorium. All graduates are now certified as Community Supervision Officers by the Georgia Peace Officer Standards and Training Council (P.O.S.T.).

DCS Congratulates the Largest Graduating Class of Community Supervision Officers Since the Beginning of the Covid-19 Pandemic

ATLANTA May 12, 2022 -  DCS congratulates the largest class of Community Supervision Officers to complete the Basic Community Supervision Officer Training (BCSOT) since the start of the Covid-19 Pandemic in 2020. Nineteen officers graduated from the BCSOT at the Georgia Public Safety Training Center in Forsyth, Georgia.

DCS Awarded Corrections Information Technology Recognition Award by the Integrated Justice Information Systems Institute

ATLANTA - The Georgia Department of Community Supervision (DCS) has been awarded the 2022 Corrections Information Technology Recognition Award by the Integrated Justice Information Systems Institute. This award honors a team achievement for technical innovation between industry partner(s) and one or more practitioner agency(ies) that significantly contributed to the advancement of corrections information technology in the public sector.

Reentry Week Press Release

ATLANTA - Governor Brian P. Kemp has issued a proclamation declaring April 26th through April 30th as "Reentry Week" in the State of Georgia. Taking place during National Second Chances Month (April), this week is set aside to help individuals and communities across Georgia recognize the importance of reentry and their role in supporting safe and successful outcomes. 

Freezin' for a Reason! Employees of Georgia DCS participated in the Special Olympics Georgia Polar Plunge

ATLANTA -  On February 19, 2021, employees of the Georgia Department of Community Supervision participated in the Special Olympics of Georgia Polar Plunge -- Freezin’ for a Reason!

Georgia DCS named the 2021 Special Olympics of Georgia Department of the Year

ATLANTA -  On December 9, 2021, during the Special Olympics of Georgia (SOGA) Kickoff Meeting for Law Enforcement Torch Run (LETR), the Georgia Department of Community Supervision was named as the 2021 Department of the Year.

DCS Employees Provide Holiday Happiness for Georgia’s Foster Children

ATLANTA -  The Georgia Department of Community Supervision (DCS) is making this holiday season more enjoyable for children in need. Over the past few weeks, DCS employees have donated hundreds of toys to support the partnership with the Georgia Division of Family and Children's Services' (DFCS) Secret Santa Program. The toys collected will be provided to 25 children across the state. Even greater, DCS employees made financial donations that will support an additional eight foster children for a total contribution of 31 deserving children and over $5,300 raised.