Community Corrections Association of Georgia (CCAGA)

Providing and promoting professional correctional services to the courts, communities, and local  governments

Welcome to the official website of the Community Corrections Association of Georgia (CCAG).  Probation agencies provide a wide  array of community supervision options to local cities and counties. These options are offender-pay programs which result in significant savings for those Courts  served.


About Misdemeanor Probation

Current Facts about Misdemeanor Probation in Georgia

  • There are approximately 88 registered probation agencies and approximately 850 probation officers in the State of Georgia, serving over 640 Courts
  • Approximately 254,658 probationers are under supervision
  • Over $98,432,301.00  fines are collected
  • 2,631,936 hours of community service are performed by the probationers.
  • (FY 2008)

The Community Corrections Association Of Georgia promotes:

  • Compliance with CMPAC standards of officer certification
  • Developments of programs for continuing education in probation and related issues
  • Officer professionalism  and ethics
  • The benefits of career planning

Business Ethics

  • ~Professional competition among membership
  • ~Timely and accurate transfer of cases due to contractual changes
  • ~Truthful representation of services offered
  • ~Fiscal responsibility

O.C.G.A. 42-8-100

Offender Management

  • Responsible case management
  • Results driven supervision
  • Professional communication between staff and offenders
  • Offender financial responsibility for all services as ordered by the court

Victim Support

  • Assistance to victims and related programs

Our goal is to assist in the Rehabilitation of each and every client and help them return to their communities as productive citizens.

Please contact us for more information about misdemeanor probation, our association, or about any of our members. 


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