Contact & about information
Dodge & Olmsted County Community Corrections is a two-county community corrections system that provides corrections supervision and services to adults and juveniles in Dodge & Olmsted Counties. Here at D&O, services are organized and provided based on validated risk and need assessments.
22 6th Street East
Mantorville, MN 55955
Dodge & Olmsted Joint Powers Board
Establishes the rights, obligations, terms and conditions under which the participating counties of D&O desire to have delivery of correctional services provided by the D&O Community Corrections program.
County Commissioners from Dodge and Olmsted sit on the Joint Powers Board, which meets quarterly.
- March 8
- June 7
- September 20
- November 29
Joint Powers Board Membership:
- Two Dodge County Commissioners
- Two Olmsted County Commissioners
Community Corrections Task Force
- January 18
- March 15
- May 17
- July 19
- September 22
- November 15
This is an open meeting that is typically held in a meeting space on the 4th floor of the Government Center. However, due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, Task Force Meetings will be held via MS Teams until further notice.
D&O Community Corrections Services
D&O Community Corrections’ is a two county Community Corrections Act agency that provides a wide range of client and community services impacting adult and juvenile clients in Dodge and Olmsted County.
D&O staff work with clients to develop and implement a case plan that is individualized based on client need. Case plans may include but are not limited to; office based cognitive behavioral interventions, cognitive skills groups, employment assistance, as well as referrals to providers for mental health, chemical dependency treatment, and other services that may be needed. The goal of supervision is to offer meaningful opportunities for clients to make changes that better themselves and lessen the likelihood of returning to the criminal justice system in the future.