Michael W. Enax, Director
Reginald Robinson, Assistant Director
As an extension of the Fort Bend District and County Courts, the Community Supervision and Corrections Department (formerly known as Adult Probation) has a responsibility to the Courts, the individual ordered to complete a term of community supervision (probation), and the community. The CSCD supervises both misdemeanor and felony offenders who have been sentenced to a term of community supervision. As an alternative to jail or imprisonment, community supervision is designed to provide an option for sentencing courts whereby the offender is provided structured programs and an opportunity to receive educational, counseling, and/or rehabilitative services.
|COUNCIL of Judges|
|Administrative Judge, Thomas R. Culver III||240th District Court|
|Judge Brady G. Elliott||268th District Court|
|Judge Ronald Pope||328th District Court|
|Judge Brenda G. Mullinix||387th District Court|
|Judge Clifford J. Vacek||400th District Court|
|Judge James H. Shoemake||434th District Court|
|Judge Ben W. "Bud" Childers||County Court at Law #1|
|Judge Jeffery A. McMeans||County Court at Law #2|
|Judge Susan G. Lowery||County Court at Law #3|
|Judge Sandy Bielstein||County Court at Law #4|
Agency Mission Statement
"Achieve public protection through the control, rehabilitation, and re-integration of the offender and assist victims of crime."
Are you interested in working with us to achieve our mission? View our Human Resources Department for employment opportunities.
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