Interim Supervision: In some cases, the court may place a person on interim supervision for up to one year. If the person does well on interim supervision, they may be allowed to withdraw their previous plea and accept a lesser charge. If not successful on interim supervision, they can be returned to court and other sentencing alternatives can be explored.
Courtesy Supervision: Courtesy supervision cases or temporary transfer cases are accepted by our department on a case by case basis. These cases are generally accepted for less than nine months and examples include a probationer attending SUNY Oswego for the semester or a probationer residing temporarily at the Arbor House halfway house.