The purpose of Community Corrections is to provide alternative sanctions to individualswho would otherwise be incarcerated in prison. Community Corrections runs what is commonly known as a halfway house program.
The ACOC has 184 beds, houses males, females and offense specific clients. Click here to learn more about this location.
CoreCivic Adams has 102 beds and houses males only. Click here to learn more about this location.
CoreCivic Commerce has 136 beds and houses males only. Click here to learn more about this location.
Community Corrections Board
The state provides funds to the 17th Judicial District (Adams and Broomfield counties) for halfway houses to provide services to offenders. The Adams County Board of Commissioners appointed a Community Corrections Board that has the responsibility to:
- Monitor halfway house compliance to state standards and contract obligations
- Monitor the funds appropriated
- Negotiate and process contracts for services
- Review offender cases referred for community corrections placement
The Community Corrections Board has the authority to reject anyone for placement they determine to be a public safety risk. Not even a judge can sentence someone to a halfway house if the local board has not approved them. The program also has the right to refuse any individual they determine will be a risk to the public or their program.
Meeting Schedule & Agendas
Community Corrections Board Meetings are held the second Tuesday of the month at 12 noon. Meetings are held at the Conference Center at the Adams County Government Center, 4430 South Adams County Parkway Brighton, CO 80601.
Helpful Documents & Links
|Adams County Community Corrections FAQ's|
|Department Diversion Referral Process|
|Colorado Community Correction Dashboard|