Orange County Government, Florida

Community Corrections Programs

Community Corrections

The Community Corrections Division is comprised of six community-based programs that provide supervision to both pre-sentenced and sentenced offenders in Orange County.  Within Community Corrections, the focus is always on public safety and providing cost-effective alternatives to incarceration for offenders under court supervision.  Community Corrections works with other programs including the Work Release Center, as well as agencies within the criminal justice system, to ensure effective client supervision.  The Community Corrections Division supervises over 8,500 offenders in the community.

Pretrial Release Supervision

When a judge orders you to Pretrial Release you will be responsible for following the court’s instructions.  A Pretrial Release Officer will work with you to help you understand your responsibilities and obligations.  You will communicate with your officer in person and by telephone.  Your Pretrial Release Officer will provide supervision until your case(s) is resolved by the court, or your case(s) has been accepted into the Pretrial Diversion Program with a signed contact, or your case(s) is dismissed by the court.

Frequently Asked Questions
Pretrial Release Supervision FAQ
Forms
CCD Forms
Fees
Client Fees Pretrial Release

Pretrial Diversion

If this is the first time you have committed a crime, the State Attorney’s Office may offer you the opportunity to participate in Pretrial Diversion. A Pretrial Diversion Officer will help you understand the responsibilities and obligations of this program.  You will be required to participate in programs and perform community service.  When you successfully complete Pretrial Diversion your criminal charges will be dropped and you will not have a criminal record.

Frequently Asked Questions
Pretrial Diversions FAQ
Forms
CCD Forms
Fees
Client Fees Pretrial Diversion

Central Intake

When a judge orders you to participate in Probation or Alternative Community Service, your first stop will be at Central Intake located on the 2nd floor of the Corrections Administration Building. On your first visit a staff member will meet with you to gather information about you and explain your responsibilities and obligations for successfully completing your court ordered program. 

Frequently Asked Questions
Central Intake FAQ
Forms
CCD Forms
Fees
Client Fees Central Intake

Probation Services

When a judge orders you to Probation you will be assigned a Probation Officer who will help you successfully complete all court ordered conditions, such as: treatment programs, community service, and financial obligations.  While you are on probation you will be required to participate in random drug and alcohol testing.

Frequently Asked Questions
Probation FAQ
Forms
CCD Forms
Fees
Client Fees Probation

Alternative Community Service

When you are required to complete community service work, you will be assigned to a designated work-site based on where you live, your work/school schedule, and your physical ability.  A Community Service Officer will track the hours you work and report your completion to the court or other supervising officer (example: your Probation or Pretrial Diversion Officer).

Frequently Asked Questions
Alternative Community Service FAQ
Forms
CCD Forms
Fees
Client Fees ACS

Work Release Center

The Work Release Center provides dormitory style housing for up to 308 inmates working in the community. These inmates serve their sentences as tax-paying citizens earning an income to support their families, pay victim restitution and other court-ordered fees.

Frequently Asked Questions
Work Release Center FAQ

 

Contact Us

Phone: (407) 836-3000
Email: ccd@ocfl.net
Address:
Office County Corrections
3723 Vision Blvd.
Orlando, FL. 32839

Note: U.S. mail is not received at street address shown above. 

To contact us via the U.S. Postal Service, mail your letter to: 
Orange County Corrections Department
P.O. Box 4970
Orlando, Fl 32802-4970

All e-mail sent to this address becomes part of Orange County public record. Comments received by our e-mail subsystem can be read by anyone who requests that privilege. In compliance with "Government in the Sunshine" laws, Orange County Government must make available, at request, any and all information not deemed a threat to the security of law enforcement agencies and personnel.