Our Role

  • Case Management Unit Officers provide direct and indirect supervision to defendants by monitoring defendants' court dates and bond conditions to assure court attendance and condition compliance.
  • Case Management Officers connect defendants with resources in the community that will assist them in maintaining stability (treatment referrals and employment assistance resources).
  • Case Management Officers provide information to the Courts about defendants' compliance with conditions of Personal Bond.

What We Offer

The purpose of the Supervision/Family Violence unit is to:

  1. Assure defendants are aware of and complying with any bond conditions, including counseling related conditions, set by the judge
  2. Assure defendants are aware of their court dates
  3. Notify the court of defendant’s compliance issues
  4. Assist defendants with resources in the community that will assist them in maintaining stability, such as treatment referrals and employment assistance resources

If you miss an appointment, call your officer and leave a voicemail. Your officer will contact you by phone or mail. If you do not hear back within 2 business days, please call back. Please DO NOT walk in unscheduled.

The purpose of the Alcohol Monitoring Unit is to:

  1. Work with defendants required to have an Alcohol Monitoring device
  2. Montor defendants’ compliance to bond conditions relating to alcohol monitoring
  3. Monitor compliance of defendants free on any form of bond (including Personal Bond, Personal Bond with Cash Deposit, Surety Bond, and 100% Cash Bond) and report non-compliance to the court

Devices monitored by the Alcohol Monitoring Unit include:

  • Ignition Interlock Device (IID), a device installed on your car which requires you to submit breath samples for analysis for alcohol use before you can start your car
  • Portable Alcohol Monitor (PAM), a device you carry with you and are required to submit breath samples for analysis for alcohol
  • Secure Continuous Remote Alcohol Monitory (SCRAM), an ankle worn device that detects alcohol in the wearer’s perspiration

For more information about Ignition Interlock Devices please read the FAQs.

The purpose of the Mental Health Unit is to serve as a link between defendants with diagnosed mental illness and community mental health resources in an effort to assist these defendants in being stable in the community while awaiting the disposition of their criminal case. If it is determined that the defendant already has the links to needed services, the defendant may be assigned to another unit.
The purpose of the Electronic Monitoring Unit is to monitor a population of higher-risk defendants who have been ordered by the courts to wear an electronic monitoring device. These devices are a means of providing an extra layer of security for the community and assurance that the defendant will return to court. Devices include Radio Frequency Electronic Monitoring (RF-EM), a house arrest style bracelet and Global Positional System Electronic Monitoring (GPS), and a tracking device capable of determining the exact location where a defendant has been.

For more information please read the FAQs.

Contact Information

Rodolfo Pérez, Jr.

Daniel McCoy-Bae
Assistant Director

Pretrial Services

Drug Diversion Court

Adult Probation