Intensive Supervised Probation (ISP)

ISP is a form of release into the community that emphasizes close monitoring of convicted offenders and imposes rigorous conditions on that release, such as the following:

  • Multiple weekly contacts w/officer
  • Random and unannounced drug testing
  • Stringent enforcement of conditions, i.e.,: maintaining employment
  • Required participation in treatment, education programs, etc.

Individuals on ISP are those who most likely should NOT be in the community. The restrictions placed on them are often excessive and the level of direct, face-to-face contact required is believed to significantly deter, or at least interfere, with any ongoing criminal activity.


Inside Intensive Supervised Probation (ISP)