Serving a Community Sentence
If you are required to serve all or part of your sentence in the community, you may be supervised by a probation officer and required to obey certain conditions and orders of the court.
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To learn about serving your sentence in the community, please explore:
Service to Northern B.C. and Isolated Communities
Parole and probation officers travel from place to place throughout northern B.C. and other remote communities. They supervise offenders in isolated communities who have limited access to justice and correctional services. Parole and probation officers manage and support offenders through in-person visits and other forms of communication with clients, local agencies and other community contacts.
No-Contact Conditions of an Order
While you are serving all or part of your sentence in the community, you may be under a no contact order. For more information, visit No Contact.
For more information, please visit:
- Community Sentences - to learn more about community sentences
- Additional Conditions - to learn more about the conditions the court can order
- Role of Corrections - to learn about the role of Corrections
- Accused or Offender (Services and Resources) - to learn more about the services and programs available to you
- In the Community (Youth Justice) - to learn more about serving a youth sentence in the community