Adult Intensive Supervision Program

Santa Fe Trail Community Corrections provides intensive supervision for adult offenders convicted of a felony who are assigned to our program. Depending on the criminal conviction, criminal history, and the criminogenic needs of offenders, intensity of supervision and interventions are determined. Interventions are services that are provided to the offender to address problematic behavior. By addressing the criminogenic needs, SFTCC hopes to reduce recidivism and help offenders living in our community to live law-abiding life styles.
Offenders assigned to our program are seen an average of 1-2 times per week. Face to face contact and office visits can either increase or decrease depending on the performance of the offender.

Standard Conditions

  • 10 p.m. curfew unless otherwise authorized
  • Agree to make progress towards the completion of a secondary education
  • Authorize SFTCC personnel to conduct unscheduled and spontaneous searches of person, living quarters, personal property or vehicle. This includes the use of a drug detection dog
  • Complete a minimum of 20 hours of Community Service Work
  • Follow all Intensive Supervision Officer directives
  • Inform SFTCC of any law enforcement contact within 24 hours
  • Maintain full-time employment
  • Maintain primary place of residence unless authorized by SFTCC - Must be in primary place of residence after curfew unless otherwise authorized
  • Make regular payments on court and supervision fees
  • No drug or alcohol possession or consumption, submit to random testing
  • No possession of a firearm
  • No travel outside of Ford County unless authorized by SFTCC
  • Not associate with anyone involved in illegal behavior or are/have been on probation or parole without authorization by SFTCC
  • Not to enter any establishment or gathering in which alcoholic beverages are consumed
  • Notify SFTCC of any change in address, telephone number, or employment within 24-hours
  • Obey all federal and state laws, municipal and county ordinances
  • Report as directed by community corrections
  • Submit DNA