Detention Support Services Bureau

The Detention Support Services Bureau oversees a range of critical support functions that are an integral part of the Criminal Justice Command and serve the more than 8,000 incarcerated persons in the agency’s care. One of the agency’s most important responsibilities is managing the safety and needs of its jail population. This bureau provides incarcerated people with food, transportation to medical care, proper sanitation conditions for personal hygiene, clergy visitations, access to legal resources, and literacy and rehabilitation programs.