Bexar County Adult Probation has a wide range of assistance and evaluation programs for all cases and probationers; some of which are listed by title below.
Electronic Monitoring (ELM) provides the misdemeanor and felony courts with a restrictive, non-custodial sanction ensuring public safety and the social control of offenders.
The Mental Impairment Caseload program (MIC) is designed to provide supervision to high risk/high needs mentally ill offenders through intensive monitoring and collaboration with mental health providers to enhance compliance to probation conditions.
The Mentally Impaired Offender Facility (MIOF) is a restrictive community-based correctional facility, which provides the offenders with needed services, intense supervision, and a highly structured environment, which focuses on behavior modification, medical stabilization and pro-social lifestyles. Our mission is to divert those offenders that have been classified as mentally impaired from the State of Texas' overcrowded prison system, providing a significant restrictive environment with adequate and sufficient supervision to promote community safety and increased responsibility of the offender.
The Surveillance of Adult Felons in their Environment (SAFE) unit was created to address the specific needs of the sexual offender caseload.
The Substance Abuse Felony Punishment Facility (SAFPF) provides intensive, long term, substance abuse treatment in a modified therapeutic community for felony offenders.
The Treatment Alternative to Incarceration Program (TAIP) provides substance abuse screening, assessment, referral and treatment services to the criminal justice population of Bexar County.
The Young Offender Program (YOP) identifies and screens individuals in the community service supervision and corrections system in ages ranging from 17-29 both from felony and misdemeanor sections.
The Zero Tolerance Facility (ZTF) services both felony and misdemeanor offenders and is targeted towards young male offenders between the ages of 17 - 25 years of age who have violated technical portions of their probation.
The Victim Services Program provides assistance to victims of criminal cases when probationers are referred to the program.
The Young Offender Program (YOP) identifies and screens individuals in the community service supervision and corrections system in ages ranging from 17 - 25 both from felony and misdemeanor sections.