MDOC - Wilkinson County Community Work Center (CWC)

State Probation and Parole

Last Updated: February 18, 2024
84 Prison Ln, Woodville, MS 39669

Wilkinson Co CWC is for State Probation and Parole offenders have not been sentenced yet and are detained here until their case is heard.

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The Wilkinson County CWC

serves as a work release center in Woodville, MS, operating under the jurisdiction of the Mississippi Department of Corrections (MDOC). As a facility classified at the lowest custody level, it maintains non-secure dormitories that are regularly monitored by correctional officers to ensure the safety and security of the inmates.

Within the realm of community corrections, probation stands out as the most common sentence imposed on convicted offenders. Probation entails a period during which offenders are placed under stringent supervision, often requiring them to adhere to specific conditions and restrictions set forth by the court. These conditions may include regular check-ins with a probation officer, abstaining from drug or alcohol use, maintaining steady employment, and refraining from contact with certain individuals or locations.

The primary objective of probation is to provide convicted individuals with an opportunity to remain within the community while serving their sentence, rather than being incarcerated in a traditional prison setting. By closely monitoring offenders and holding them accountable for their actions, probation aims to promote rehabilitation, reduce recidivism, and protect public safety.

Probation offers a more flexible and individualized approach to sentencing, allowing offenders to continue living in their communities and potentially maintain employment or familial connections. However, it also imposes strict requirements and consequences for non-compliance, such as revocation of probation and subsequent imprisonment.

Overall, probation plays a crucial role in the realm of community corrections by offering a means of punishment that prioritizes rehabilitation and reintegration into society. Through effective supervision and support services, probation strives to assist offenders in addressing underlying issues, fostering positive behavioral changes, and ultimately leading law-abiding lives upon completion of their sentence.

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