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Galveston County
Community Supervision and Corrections Department

 

 

 

Galveston Offices Will Relocate
Galveston Offices only will be relocating in late 2014 to
 
(Old North Jail Building)
715 19th Street
Galveston, Texas 77550
 
Clients should contact their probation officers for more information.

Special Programs

Francesco Coppola, Supervisor

Shearn Moody Plaza
123 Rosenberg Suite 4040
Galveston, Texas 77550
409-766-2425
Fax: 409-770-5530
 
 

SAFPF - Substance Abuse Felony Punishment Facility

Supervision of Probationers in the Specialized Substance Abuse Program is consistent with the identified risk/need factors.  The use of available community resources will facilitate behavior changes and enhance the protection of the community.  Due to the high risk areas associated with probationers with substance abuse issues, CSOs will respond immediately to violations such as failure to report, failure to participate or attend treatment, and positive drug screenings.  Drug and alcohol screens will be conducted regularly.


Substance Abuse - SAFPF Staff

C. Featherly - Galveston
L. Simmons - Texas City
P. Silva - Texas City
 
 

Specialized Sex Offender Program

Sex offenders placed on Community Supervision remain on the Specialized Caseloads for the duration of their probations.  All Probationers are required by statute and conditions of supervision to attend sex offender counseling.  Contract services are available for indigent Probationers.  Annual polygraph exams are utilized to verify compliance with treatment goals and to assess the risk of Probationers to the community.


Sex Offender Staff

R. Dickey - Texas City
A. Henderson - Galveston
K. Klyng - Texas City
 
 
Mental Health Program
The Galveston County Mental Health Program serves those who are placed on Community Supervision with specific mental health needs.  GCCSCD will work in conjunction with the Gulf Coast Center - MHMR to provide the necessary counseling and referrals to meet each individual offender's needs.  The program is designed to be an interagency collaboration with growing resources that will include mental health professionals, law enforcement personnel, and various other agencies that will provide each offender with the tools necessary to successfully complete individual community supervision terms
 Mental Health Staff

E. Alzafari - Galveston
N. Williams - Texas City

 

 

Youthful Offender Program
Galveston County's Youthful Offender Program is tailored to specifically address the specific needs of young adults placed on Community Supervision.  The program accepts offenders between the ages of 17 and 21.  The program focuses on continuing or completing educational programs, obtaining and maintaining employment and helping to repair family relationships, if needed.  Research indicates that there is a tremendous positive impact on the community when youthful offenders are successful in changing their behavior. 
Youthful Offender Staff

M. Jones - Texas City
 
 
Victim Impact Panel Dates

The following are VIP dates for 2014. Attendees should register in the Jury Assembly Room of the Galveston County Justice Center, 600 59th Street, Galveston, Texas, no later than 6:00pm. Registration is $10 payable with money orders only, made to MADD. Cash will not be accepted.

 
The panel begins promptly at 7:00pm. Once the panel has begun, no one will be allowed entrance.
 
January 8, 2014
March 5, 2014
April 2, 2014 (Spanish speaking panel)
May 7, 2014
July 2, 2014
September 3, 2014
October 1, 2014 (Spanish speaking panel)
November 5, 2014
 For further information, please contact:  Francesco Coppola at 409-770-5525 or francesco.coppola@co.galveston.tx.us.