You may be Court ordered to pay one or more of the following fees:
- Court costs
- Court appointed attorney fees
- Community Supervision fees
- Restitution (repaying victims for what was lost or damaged)
- Crime Stoppers fees
- Urinalysis fees
You may also have to pay certain class or monitoring fees:
- DWI classes
- Drug classes
- Repeat DWI offender classes
- Victim Impact Panel fees
- Interlock device
- GPS device
All payments are Court-ordered and must be paid on time by a schedule set up by the court. Your supervising officer can answer any questions about your payments.
1. Money Order or Cashier’s Check
You may pay by Money Order or Cashier’s Check (no personal checks will be accepted) made payable to the Community Supervision and Corrections Department. Do not send cash in the mail. The mailing address is:
Brazoria County Community Supervision and Corrections Department
P. O. Box 1300
Angleton, Texas 77516-1300
Receipts will be only be mailed if you include a self-addressed stamped envelope.
2. Credit Card
Visit a cashier at any of our offices. Your credit card payment will be processed by the cashier or you may also use your credit card and process a payment to Brazoria County CSCD online at www.paycscd.com or www.cssreporting.com, through your CSS account. Contact your officer to for account set-up information. Once your account has been setup, all identifying information related to your account will be filled in by default.
Defendant’s case should be credited within three (3) business days.
Visit a cashier at any of our locations, except the west annex, to make a cash payment toward your fees.
Community Supervision and Probation: Both Community Supervision and Probation refer to the same process.
Supervision Officers: Your supervision officer can be very helpful to you. He/she can answer any questions you have about your probation and provide community-based referrals for you to comply with all court ordered conditions. Your officer will supervise you as directed by the Court and will inform the Court as to how you are abiding by the rules. Your officer will conduct visits to your home or work as well as in the probation office.
Other Information: You must be on time for each office visit.
Ask your supervising officer each month what paperwork you need to bring when you report for you next visit. Reporting to your officer is very important.
Do not bring children with you to your office visit. Some office visits can take up to two hours to complete. Sex offenders will be reporting to the same facility that you are.
If your offense was a Misdemeanor or deferred adjudication Felony, you may still vote if you are a registered voter.
If your offense was a non-theft Misdemeanor you may still serve on a jury if called.