The Department of Community Corrections and Rehabilitation, in coordination with district courts, has made several changes to Sentencing to Service (STS) to help ensure the health and safety of our clients and staff. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
If you have health concerns that may be worsened by COVID-19, please contact our office to review your individual situation and discuss your scheduling options.
Adult STS has resumed limited operations seven days a week. Additional health and safety measures required for clients.
Juvenile STS has resume limited operations on Saturdays and Sundays. Additional health and safety measures required for clients.
Additional health and safety information for clients
COVID-19 self-screening questions
Clients are required to answer these self-screening questions before reporting for an STS shift.
Do not report for any shifts if you are sick or answer 'yes' to any of the following questions.
Clients do not need to take a COVID-19 test prior to STS shifts.
- Do you have symptoms of lower respiratory illness (acute cough, shortness of breath)?
- Do you have a fever of 100.4-degrees Fahrenheit or more (or symptoms of a fever such as chills, muscle aches and/or weakness)?
- Have you had close contact with a person who has been diagnosed with COVID-19 or displayed symptoms of COVID-19 while that person was ill?
If you are sick or answered 'yes' to any of the three questions above, please reschedule your STS shift(s) until after you no longer feel sick and can answer all three questions with 'no'.
Required face coverings
All clients are required to wear face coverings that cover both mouth and nose when inside an STS vehicle or when working within six feet of another person (STS work is typically performed outside and at a distance from others). Face masks are provided for clients.
Suggested items to bring
- Something to drink
- Something to eat
- Work gloves
- Hand sanitizer