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510 NW 4th Street
Grants Pass, OR 97526
Phone: (541) 474-5165
Fax: (541) 474-5171
Contact: Nate Gaoiran
Hours: 7:30 AM- 12:00 PM & 1:00 PM - 5:30 PM Monday-Thursday & 7:30 AM - 12:00 PM Friday
About Community Corrections

Josephine County Community Corrections Office (click photo for map)
Josephine County Community Corrections Office -- 510 N.W. 4th Street

Mission Statement


“We are committed to protecting our community by providing accountability for adult offenders, opportunity for reformation and justice for victims."




The Community Corrections Department supervises as well as provides treatment and services to over 1,000 offenders in Josephine County who have been placed on probation by the Courts or placed on post-prison supervision by the Board of Parole and Post-Prison Supervision.  This department is comprised of  Field Services and the Alternative Programs Office located at 510 NW 4th Street, where the majority of the parole/probation officers are stationed and programs such as Supervisory Authority, Community Service / Work Crew, Home Detention, Cognitive/Behavioral and Alcohol and Drug Treatment are housed.  The Adult Division also has satellite offices in Cave Junction and Wolf Creek to provide supervision and services to the more isolated areas of the county.


Specialized supervision of sex offenders, domestic violence offenders, inmates on transitional leave from prison, and those offenders suffering from mental health difficulties  are examples of the integral part of the work that is accomplished in the division in partnership with other law enforcement and human services agencies.


The Josephine County Community Corrections Department is committed to implementing best practices in the supervision and treatment of offenders, focusing our efforts and resources on the highest risk population and providing treatment and supervision practices that are evidence-based and proven to be effective in promoting public safety, changing offender behavior and reducing recidivism.





·         Provide community protection through the supervision for adult offenders on probation, parole or post-prison supervision.

·         Provide appropriate assessment and referral for intervention and treatment efforts.

·         Assist law enforcement through the appropriate monitoring of offenders.

·         Arrest and sanction for violation behavior.



Links to:


Oregon Department of Corrections

American Parole and Probation Association

Oregon Association of Community Corrections Directors

National Institute of Corrections

Transfer supervision to another state (Interstate Compact)

Rules for transfer of supervision to another state (Interstate Compact Rules)





Contact:  Nate Gaoiran, Director

                510 NW 4th ST

                Grants Pass, OR 97526

                (541) 474-5165 x. 3713



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