TCSA provides courtesy supervision for participants who wish to move to Texas and have requirements to be supervised on a criminal case from another state. This is often accomplished through what is know as an Interstate Compact Agreement between states. Although, there are certain circumstances in which a probationer would not be accepted by a Texas Community Supervision and Corrections Department for Supervision due to lack of eligibility. Thus, not being eligible to leave their State of Conviction and move to Texas. A common reason is the level of offense (misdemeanor/felony) and/or time remaining on supervision in the originating state.
TCSA has been approved by many jurisdictions to provide courtesy supervision for participants requesting to move to Texas after being sentenced to supervision in another state. These cases have included:
- County and District probated cases
- federal pre-trail cases
- Pre-Trial intervention/bond supervision cases
If you are seeking information about Courtesy Supervision, please send an email inquiry to email@example.com with your request.
TCSA will work with the originating jurisdiction to provide all necessary information on our processes. Participants will be required to commit to a TCSA supervision program agreement which does include compliance with all conditions from the originating jurisdiction. TCSA will also assist you in locating local services to complete educational programs and/or treatment requirements.