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Germany · Elberton, GA, USA
Posted on Wednesday, July 10, 2024



Are you looking for an opportunity to make a difference in your community? Do you want to make a lasting impact on a person’s life? Are you someone looking for flexibility and the ability to work in a virtual office environment? The Department of Community Supervision (DCS) provides team members with the opportunity to do just that!

DCS is a nationally recognized leader in the field of community supervision. Our innovation and use of technology is what sets us aside from other community supervision agencies. We pride ourselves on being the largest law enforcement agency within the state of Georgia with the great responsibility of monitoring, coaching, and providing opportunities for successful outcomes for individuals under parole and probation supervision. At DCS, our motto is “One Officer, One Family, One Community”.

Additionally, as an integral part of the criminal justice system, you will serve alongside Local, State, and Federal agencies to promote public safety. DCS offers the most up to date and specialized training and provides opportunities for growth within our agency. Our commitment to evidence-based practices is pushed forward by our pursuit of “next practice” innovations that will enable us to continuously improve our contribution to the lives of those we serve.

DCS leverages technology in order to offer employees a flexible schedule and a “virtual” work environment. As a State of Georgia employee you will receive 12 paid holidays per year and accrue annual and sick leave monthly. The DCS employee wellness program allows up to 3 hours per week for physical fitness activities in order to put our employees on the path to good health.

Come join our team!

To apply please visit the DCS jobsite link below to review the job posting and formally apply:


Applicants who do not apply using the link provided will NOT be considered.

Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university AND must meet the prerequisites and complete the Basic Law Enforcement Training Program certification. Note: Positions require that applicants must be at least 21 years of age, have a valid driver's license and meet the legal requirements for peace officers as prescribed by the Georgia Peace Officer Standards and Training Council (P.O.S.T.).
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