CSOSA conducts joint patrols with the Metropolitan Police Department and conducts mass orientations for new offenders, with police, staff of the U.S.
Information is electronically shared with all personnel within CSOSA and allied agencies.
CSOSA has established a research and evaluation unit that tracks information collected by the agency through the SMART system.
CSOSA does far more than just monitor offenders under its supervision.
He assures the offender that CSOSA has people dedicated to his success.
Fenwick has been with CSOSA for a little less than three years.
Since its inception, CSOSA has set out to transform community supervision in the District of Columbia.
Agency managers never lost sight of the need to improve information management both to increase operational efficiency and to enable CSOSA to report results.
CSOSA launched SMART, a fully Web-based application, in late January 2002.
To bring the new information system online in record time, CSOSA's information technology team worked closely with Community Supervision Services to gather requirements and chart the flow of information in the new system.
During system development, CSOSA staff and consultants worked to build an information system that could follow an offender's progress throughout supervision.