Office Hours: Mon-Fri 8:00 am to 4:30 pm
Court ordered community service assigned from the local courts.
Q. Who does court ordered community service?
A. Court ordered community service clients are assigned by the courts and supervised by the Calhoun County Commission. It is a labor force that is assigned to litter control.
Q. Are the court ordered community service clients inmates?
A. No, they're people just like you and me, who because of certain minor infractions of the law have been given probation and court ordered by the judges to assist the community through direct supervision of the county.
Q. What are the hours I will be assigned to work?
A. Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm. Saturday and Sunday from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm.
Excluding all County Holidays. You will have to report to the Calhoun County Administration Building - Enforcement Office, 1702 Noble Street, Anniston, in person to complete all required paperwork.
Please do not call - your presence is required to complete this paperwork.
Q. What types of offenses did they commit to obtain community service?
A. Usually minor infractions of the law where they cannot pay their fine such as traffic offenses, and other minor misdemeanor offenses or felonies. Instead of overcrowding the jail, which places a burden on the taxpayers, clients are put to work with the county to pay their fines off, and save the county thousands of dollars through in kind labor.
Q. Are these clients dangerous criminals?
A. Typically clients are carefully screened by the judges and probation officers before they are selected to perform court ordered community service work. In addition the clients are under direct supervision by assigned county employees.