The name Adult Probation Department was changed in the State of Texas to Community Supervision and Corrections Department. The State Legislature also change the terms probation and Probation Officer to Community Supervision and Community Supervision Officer   

Parole is a period of supervision following release from prison. Community Supervision is an alternative to a prison term.

The sentencing court will order conditions of supervision by which the individual must abide. Offenders are require to meet with their Community Officer regularly. The number of contacts is determine by the court or level of supervision. Offenders are required to submit to urinalysis testing to ensure that offender is not abusing drugs. The conditions of supervision my include offense-specific programs for treatment.  ”

Community and supervision is more cost effective than a prison sentence or jail term. It allows offenders to work and care for their families and pay taxes. It also enables them to access resources to meet personal needs. Community base corrections have the greatest impact in reducing crime and effective rehabilitation. For more in formation read the Fact Sheet.  

A judge or a jury decides whether a person is placed on community supervision

Restitution is court ordered monies that the offender has been ordered to pay to avictim or victims. should the offender’s probation be revoked, the department no longer had jurisdiction over the offender and restitution can no longer be collected by NCCSCD. In this instance, the Victim Assistance Division of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice (800-848-4284). It is the responsibility of the individuals receiving restitution to notify the NCCSCD business office of any change of address as payments cannot be forwarded. The business office can be reached by calling 361-854-4122.    

You may contact any region offices listed in the locations page of this site and speak with the Community Supervision Officer. If you know the Region or area of the county the offender lives, it is best to contact that office. It helps to have as much information as possible about the offender such as full name, date of birth, cause number, etc. While the officer may be limited in what information they can shared with you it is very helpful to have information from you about an offender.  

Contact your local law enforcement agency of:

  • Nueces County Sheriff’s Department: 361-887-2222
  • Robstown Police Department: 361-387-3531
  • Texas Department of Public Safety: 512-424-2800
  • If the victim is a child you can also contact Children’s Protective Services at 1-800-252-5400
  • In case of an emergency, call 911 immediately.
Payments must be made in a form of money order or cashiers checks, and can be made at 1901 Trojan Drive. Make your money order or cashiers check out to Nueces County CSCD. Please remember to print your full name and SID# on the money order or cashiers check. No personal checks are accepted. Some of the other offices have a cashier where payments can also be made.

You can make credit card Payments here.

payments can also be mail to:
Nueces County CSCD
1901 Trojan Drive
Corpus Christi, TX 78416

  • Pay stub
  • Valid drivers license or state ID
  • Auto insurance (on DWI cases, or as ordered)
  • Proof of any prescription medications you may be taking if you are required to do a drug testing
  • Social Security
  • Current Utility Bill

Missing an appointment is a violation of your community supervision. If you miss your appointment it is important that you contact your officer as soon as possible. If you do not have your payments, you will still need to report as directed.