Community Supervision and Corrections


Appointed Official
Yoon Kim

Our Mission

The mission of the Collin County Community Supervision and Corrections Department and its personnel is:

  1. To protect the community through supervision/incarceration of the offender;
  2. To deter criminal behavior through the administration of sanctions;
  3. To encourage positive changes in the offender's behavior; and
  4. To increase community corrections involvement.

Our corrections philosophy is that offenders should be held strictly responsible and accountable for their actions, while being assisted in facilitating pro-social changes in behavior.

Collin County CSCD Payments

The CSCD accepts payments in the form of money order, cashier’s check, or credit card (Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover). 

**There is a 4.5% non-refundable service fee for all credit card payments**

NOTE: You may now pay your court-ordered financial obligations on-line- click below! Please note that you may make your CSCD payment on-line, but payments payable to the District Clerk, County Clerk, Justice of the Peace Courts or Bonds are NOT payable through this link.

Programs & Resources
CSCD Covenant

Frequently Asked Questions

Probationer Programs & Resources

Sex Offenders

Victim Services

Court & Interview Process


Community Service

Staff Directory



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