The Interstate Compact unit (Branch V) provides administrative and case management services for offenders under the auspices of the Interstate Compact Agreement.
Interstate Compact teams supervise offenders who were sentenced in other jurisdictions and relocated to the District of Columbia (Interstate-In), or who are D.C. offenders whose cases were transferred to other jurisdictions (Interstate-Out). Approximately 5,000 Interstate-In offenders and 1,000 Interstate-Out offenders are supervised by CSOSA each year. The Agency has advocated for tougher interstate supervision standards through national criminal justice organizations.
Three Interstate Compact teams conduct screening and intake functions, as well as monitoring services, for probation and parole matters originating in the District of Columbia but supervised in other jurisdictions.
Two Out-of-Town Supervision Teams provide a full range of case management services to adult offenders being supervised in the District of Columbia whose originating offenses occurred in other jurisdictions.
Case management services for the Out-of-Town Supervision caseload are provided in neighborhood field units situated throughout the city.