The Polk County Community Corrections is classed as residential reentry center (RRCs), also known as halfway house, located in Dallas, OR. This housing unit provides assistance to inmates who are nearing release in their final 3-12 months depending on the length of their original sentence. There is no security level other than voluntary compliance but there is a strict adherence to the rules of the house. Residents of the RRC submit to random drug and alcohol testing, sometimes daily. The RRC is a structured, supervised environment, as well as employment counseling, job placement, financial management assistance, and other programs and services until the inmate is officially released from custody - the food is a lot better too. Inmates are allowed to leave the RRC to go to work, shop for clothing or food and go to religious services. Inmates in the RRC may become eligible for house-arrest or home detention with a monitoring bracelet.
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The Polk County Community Corrections located at 820 SW Church St supervises offenders on probation/parole supervision for numerous types of offenses, with a primary focus of facilitating community safety and working with offenders to rehabilitate their behavior and reintegrate into the community. The Dallas office also has specialized caseloads/units that address the special supervision needs of sex offender and mentally ill offenders. The Dallas office continues to research and implement new and more innovative programming/interventions that will help to be even more productive in carrying out the mission of Oregon Probation and Parole.