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Sex Offender Supervision

Sex Offender Supervision (Branch VII) , is comprised of three specialized sex offender supervision teams which provide assessment, supervision and treatment monitoring services to convicted sex offenders. These teams also work in conjunction with the Metropolitan Police Department in coordinating oversight responsibility for the registration of all convicted sex offenders in the District of Columbia.

Branch VII also provides Global Positioning System (GPS) Electronic Monitoring services to Court-ordered probationers, as well as high-risk parole and probation offenders referred by the general supervision and special supervision teams as a condition of sanctions-based supervision requirements now in place throughout the Agency.

Related:

Offender Accountability: Sex Offender Registration

Adobe Acrobat PDF format Fact Sheet: Sex Offender Supervision

Blog articleSex Offender Supervision in the Nation's Capitol
(CSOSA's DC Public Safety Blog, December 10, 2010)

Adobe Acrobat PDF format Supervising Criminal Offenders in Washington, D.C. (Published in Corrections Today, Feb. 2006)

AudioSupervising Sex Offenders (CSOSA Audio Podcasts)

Video Sex Offender Supervision (CSOSA Video Podcast)

French Delegation Visits CSOSA (CSOSA Newslink, Winter 2005)

Community Supervision Services

Employment Information

As a Federal agency with a distinctly local mission, CSOSA employees perform challenging work that directly affects public safety in the District of Columbia's neighborhoods.