- Community groups
- Criminal justice system stakeholders
- Rice County Social Services Department
- Victim services agencies
- Youth service agencies
Vision, Mission & Values
Its vision is a safe, stable and vibrant community advanced through collaboration with
- Community leaders
- Criminal justice system and human services partners
- Members of the public
- Service providers
Community Corrections develops and submits a biennial comprehensive plan, per the Minnesota Department of Corrections' expectations. Read the Comprehensive Plan for Rice County 2018-19 to learn more.
- How do I know if someone is on probation?
For adults, most of the probation information is public, and you can find out simply by calling Community Corrections or sending us an email. We can tell you: - Conditions of probation (and in general how they are complying with those conditions).
- When the probation period expires.
- Who the probation officer is.
- Why they are on probation.
- Who's on probation.
For juveniles over 16 on probation for a felony, the same information is public. For more information, please contact the Rice County Community Corrections Department at
- How do I get a Chemical Use Evaluation?
The list of providers who conduct chemical use evaluations can be found by contacting the Rice County Community Corrections Department at 507-332-6106, or on the
- How do I find the MADD Impact Panels?
The Rice-Scott Chapter MADD Victim Impact Panels meet on the third Tuesday of even-numbered months (February-April-June-August-October-December) with check-in beginning at 7:00 p.m. You must preregister online at www.maddvip.org. The fee is $50.00 (Money Order only if not preregistered). A photo ID is required to attend.
For more information read the