Adult Field Supervision

The Adult Field Supervision is  comprised of four field supervision units committed to serving Ventura County by increasing public safety. In general, clients in this Division are assessed to determine the appropriate level of supervision. A comprehensive risk and needs assessment is administered to identify and target criminogenic needs (risk factors that lead to anti-social/criminal behavior) and barriers to treatment. Individualized case plans are developed for each client receiving intensive level services. Evidence-Based Practice case management principles, individual cognitive behavioral interventions, and referrals to collaborative agencies and community-based organizations are made to address targeted risk factors. One of our units also represents our Agency in the Domestic Violence Court.



The KIOSK is an alternative means of supervising low risk offenders identified through evidence-based practices and risk assessments, and the Court has placed on formal probation. In addition, long term and higher risk offenders who, after a period of successful active supervision under a probation officer, have been re-evaluated as a low risk to the community based on their compliance with their terms and conditions of probation, may also be reduced to this lower level of supervision.

Offenders are required to report to the KIOSK on a monthly basis. A KIOSK is located in the Simi Valley, Oxnard, Camarillo, and Ventura probation offices and at the Santa Paula Library for convenient reporting in the community in which offenders live and/or work.

The KIOSK requires a client specific Personal Identification Number (PIN) as well as a finger print verification to insure accurate identification of the reporting offender. Probationers answer computer generated questions both generic (address, phone number, employment or law enforcement contact) and specific to their offense (alcohol and/or drug use, counseling attendance etc.). The questions are designed to monitor compliance with Court ordered terms and conditions and record information about the probationer. Probation officers can then access and audit computer generated reports detailing the probationers’ responses and reporting history as needed.

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