The Department of Community Justice (DCJ) provides supervision and treatment to youth, adults, families, and communities.
Our efforts are guided by evidence-based strategies that maximize our resources and results, and by our core belief that people can change.
Our services are designed to give people involved in the justice system the opportunity to change. Not only those at-risk for committing a crime, accused of a crime, in detention, or on parole, but also those who have been negatively impacted by criminal behavior. We exist to address the underlying issues that lead to criminal behavior, and to help people heal.