Supervision: Community Restitution Program (CRP)
The Community Restitution Program is a labor force of over 6,000 probationers. Our labor pool is skilled in landscaping,
painting, plumbing, carpentry, office work and general labor. The Community Restitution Program has partnerships with over
1,600 non profit and governmental entities certified to accept and supervise probation work assignments. The program screens
all offenders to match the needs of the receiving agency. Probationers complete approximately 45,000 work hours in the
community monthly, and the staff coordinates and supervises over 300 work projects monthly.
Prior to performing community restitution, probationers are required to register at a community restitution location around
the county between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday. Locations of community restitution sites are provided
on the Community Restitution Program hotline at 602-506-1300, as well as listed below.
Intensive Probation Supervision (IPS) and Standard Probationers can call the hotline for a listing of work projects available
on a weekly basis. The hotline is updated every Wednesday morning. Both IPS and Standard probationers are eligible to work at
the Community Restitution Program hotline projects, exceptions will be noted.
Awarding Work Credit:
Community restitution credits are only valid if completed at a certified agency and/or special work project sanctioned by
the Community Restitution Program. Probationers receive one-hour credit for every one-hour of work. Work credit is
not awarded for programs while incarcerated, AA/NA 12 Step or counseling and treatment programs. Extra credit must be
pre-approved by the Administrative Coordinator of the program.
Please contact a regional office listed below for further information.