A traffic stop that led to a woman’s false arrest and imprisonment in Richmond County is the basis for a new... Read more
One way or another, Sentinel Offender Services likely will change the way it does business.
It would be preferable if Georgia’s largest... Read more
Republican and Democratic senators on Wednesday agreed that the nation can no longer ignore what they see as the... Read more
A 24-year-old Augusta man accused of drunken driving when he caused a vehicle crash that nearly killed his... Read more
The legal assault on for-profit probation operations in Georgia has moved to federal court, where one lawsuit contends a probation firm and... Read more
One of the original legal actions against Sentinel Offender Services is set for trial May 11.
Hills... Read more
Once again, Georgia legislators will try to rewrite the law governing the controversial use of private probation companies to... Read more
Augusta inched closer to having a government-run probation system with a Tuesday committee vote to approve a program created by... Read more
Kathleen Hucks, a disabled woman expected to pay a third of her monthly income to Sentinel Offender Services, was like a lot of probationers... Read more
Dale Allen has been getting lots of calls since the controversy over private, for-profit probation companies made national... Read more
Details are sketchy, but Augusta is poised to leave private probation behind next year when the city’s contract with Sentinel... Read more