|1. Four-Tier Supervision
System--- Supervision system grouping offenders by risks/needs and
providing the flexibility for supervising as intensely as is required.
Supervision Officers monitor compliance with the conditions of supervision
and assist the offender in acquiring special services. The system
also contains the flexibility for easier movement between supervision levels
2. Intensive Supervision---
A type of supervision which requires a more intense plan for rehabilitation
as well as incapacitation. An Officer who manages an ISP caseload
generally has a smaller caseload so as to increase the time needed to adequately
supervise the offender.
3. Specialized Caseloads---
Grouping of Special Needs offenders who share the same type of problem
and supervised by a Supervision Officer who is experienced and trained
in the problem area. Kleberg County CSCD has the following specialized
a. Sex offenders
b. Substance abuse (SAFPF Graduates)
4. Compact Services---
Supervision of offenders placed on community supervision who do not reside in
the county of conviction and/or sentence but do meet specific eligibility
criteria, may be transferred to another Texas County or State.