Community Corrections

Morrison County Community Corrections (MCCC) supervises adults placed on pre-trial, probation and supervised release conditions and juveniles on probation who reside in our county.  Community Corrections uses evidence-based practices to help people turn their lives around and to return to being productive members of the community. Public safety is the top priority for Morrison County Community Corrections.


The Pre-Trial supervision unit oversees drug testing, electronic monitoring and pre-sentence investigations for people prior to sentencing.

Juvenile Probation & Diversion

Juvenile Probation and Diversion works with youth age 10 to 18 years old who have been placed on probation or allowed to complete a diversion program. The juvenile supervision unit works closely with parents, schools, social services and local providers to help youth learn to make better choices. Options include:

Adult Probation and Supervised Release

Adult supervision includes probation and supervised release offenders who reside in our county. The adult supervision unit works closely with local providers to assist adults with meeting their court ordered requirements while making positive changes in their lives.

Drug Court

Drug court is a specialty court that handles cases involving non-violent drug-using offenders through intensive supervision, case management, treatment, chemical testing and graduated sanctions and incentives. While drug courts vary, all share an underlying premise that drug use is not simply a law enforcement or criminal justice problem, but a public health problem with roots deep in society.