Correctional Programs

➤ RESIDENTIAL PROGRAMS

Diversion

Pursuant to Colorado Revised Statute 17-27-104, ComCor’s Diversion program provides correctional and treatment services for individuals convicted of a felony who are sentenced by the courts to serve a community corrections sentence as an alternative to a prison sentence. These individuals are under the jurisdiction of the Colorado Department of Public Safety, Division of Criminal Justice, Colorado Judicial Department, Division of Probation, and the El Paso County Community Corrections Board.

 

Transition

ComCor’s Transition program provides correctional and treatment services for Colorado Department of Corrections inmates who have served a portion of their prison sentence and who have progressed to a community corrections program prior to being released to parole status by the Colorado State Board of Parole. These individuals are under the jurisdiction of the Colorado Department of Corrections, Division of Adult Parole, Community Corrections and Youthful Offender System, and the El Paso County Community Corrections Board.

 

Federal Programs

ComCor’s Diversion facility provides correctional and treatment services for Federal Bureau of Prisons offenders pursuant to the guidelines established in the Bureau of Prisons (BOP) Statement of Work and related BOP policy statements for community corrections centers. These individuals are under the jurisdiction of the Federal Bureau of Prisons. The facility also provides correctional and treatment services for individuals under the supervision of the United States Probation Office (USPO). ComCor’s federal program complies with all applicable American Correctional Association “Adult Community Residential Standards,” as revised.

 

Condition of Parole (COP)

ComCor’s Condition of Parole program provides correctional and treatment services for parolees who are under the supervision of local and statewide parole officers, and placed in community corrections with the approval and order of the Colorado State Board of Parole. Parolees are placed in community corrections as a condition of their release from prison or due to having violated the terms of their parole and having been regressed to a community corrections placement in lieu of going back to prison. These individuals are under the jurisdiction of the Colorado State Board of Parole, the Colorado Department of Corrections, Division of Adult Parole, Community Corrections and Youthful Offender System, and the El Paso County Community Corrections Board.

 

Work Release

ComCor’s Work Release program is operated under a contract with the Colorado Springs Municipal Court and through contracts with individual clients to provide and opportunity for a limited number of these offenders to serve traditional work release sentences at ComCor facilities.

 

➤ NON-RESIDENTIAL PROGRAMS

ComCor’s Community Corrections Center programs offer cutting-edge technologies with consistent management that provide solutions for jail alternatives and substance abuse monitoring for offenders who live in the community.