Criminal Nonsupport

These offenders have been charged and convicted of a felony for nonpayment of court ordered child support payments. Individuals are supervised by an officer who ensures that consistent payments are made on current support amounts, as well as arrearages that have accumulated on the case. Officers work with the offender’s employers to establish garnishments when appropriate. Failure to pay as ordered while under community control supervision for criminal nonsupport could result in additional departmental sanctions, a formal violation before the Court, court ordered sanctions and ultimately revocation of community control status.