South Carolina Department of Probation Parole and Pardon Services (SCDPPPS)

  • Agency: South Carolina Department of Probation Parole and Pardon Services (SCDPPPS)
  • Address: 2221 Devine Street, Suite 600, Columbia, 29250 SC
  • Chief:
Phone: 803-734- 9220
Fax: 803-734-9440

South Carolina Department of Probation Parole and Pardon Services (SCDPPPS) is located at 2221 Devine Street, Suite 600, Columbia, 29250 SC. The South Carolina Department of Probation Parole and Pardon Services (SCDPPPS) phone number is 803-734- 9220.

South Carolina Department of Probation Parole and Pardon Services (SCDPPPS) News

Charleston County PPP staff prepare goodies for Trunk or Treat with Mary Ford Elementary. As families prepare to head out for an evening of fun, the National Safety Council offers these additional safety tips for parents – and anyone who plans to be on the road during trick-or-treat hours: *Watch for children walking on roadways, medians and curbs *Enter and exit driveways and alleys carefully *At twilight and later in the evening, watch for children in dark clothing *Discourage new, inexperienced drivers from driving on Halloween. Be safe out there!!

PPP and the Greenville County Sheriff's office opened the Geer Road Satellite Monday. (See video below.)

PPP and the Greenville County Sheriff's office opened the Geer Road Satellite Monday. Here is video of PPP Director Adger's remarks at the grand opening.

PPP is at Horry Georgetown Technical College’s Conference Center, 950 Crabtree Lane, Myrtle Beach for a Job Fair and Expungement/Pardon workshop today.

Rebecca Battle-Bryant of United Infrastructure Group is shown here speaking to a group about opportunities "Beyond the Fence". United is a bridge building company based out of Charlotte, NC. Mrs. Battle-Bryant shared the many opportunities United has to offer individuals experiencing challenges seeking employment due to matters related to having a criminal background. In addition to full time opportunities, they also have an apprenticeship program. Employers are seeking you just as much as you are seeking them! Come on out to the Baxter Hood Center before 1pm! Share! Share! Share!

Come out to the Baxter Hood Center between 10 and 1 to meet employers ready to meet you!!

ATTENTION!! 💥💥EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES 💥💥 . . . The Catawba Region Re-Entry and Resource Job Fair began at 10am at the Baxter Hood Center located on the campus of York Technical College! In addition to a host of employers looking for new talent, PPP will be hosting Expungement Clinics at 10:30 and 11:30. Come out to learn more about the pardon and expungement process. Many thanks to the York County PPP staff that have assisted the various partners in coordinating this event! Great job all!! #ppp #scdppps #pardon #expungement #letswork

Today is the United Way kick-off campaign. This year, PPP Director Adger is serving as Co-Chair for the State’s United Way Campaign. Also pictured here is Jeff Armstrong who told an inspiring story of how UW programs benefited. Barbara Bright has sent out emails on how PPP employees can sign up or re-up their contributions.

Fairfield Agent-in-Charge Tiffany Phillips accepts the Marion C. Smith Partner of the Year Award from Fairfield Behavioral Health Services (FBHS). The award was presented for her leadership, professionalism and commitment to recovery of PPP offenders, by Vernon Kennedy, Executive Director of the FBHS.

Partnerships Provide Possibilities!

More #PPPGoespurple!

#PPPgoespurple today to mark Domestic Violence Awareness Month in October. PPP Victim Advocates, Agents and support staff work with many domestic violence victims.

Congratulations to new PPP Agents Lisa Carrigg, Barnwell (left) and Christopher Baxa, Charleston (right) (with Deputy Director Mike Nichols, center).

PPP's Domestic Violence Agents and employees turned out in force for the 21st Annual Silent Witness Ceremony to honor the 40 people killed in domestic incidents in the past 12 months. The ceremony is held every year at the Statehouse, sponsored by the Attorney General's office.

Please continue to follow the South Carolina Emergency Division for all alerts and to obtain the most recent information regarding Hurricane Florence. For a list of shelters and evacuation routes in your area or across the state, please visit Mobile apps are also available via Apple or the Google Play Store- SC Emergency Manager.

As evacuation efforts move forward and we prepare for Hurricane Florence to make landfall, our Agents continue to assist with lane reversal efforts on Interstate 26. Please continue to take all precautions to stay safe from this storm. Agent Tisdale of the Sumter County Office and Agent Baxter of our Dorchester County Office. Be safe South Carolina!

PPP Agents directing traffic today on I-26 as state's citizens flee the coast. First photo shows Lexington Agent Beverley Noe; second photo shows Trooper Jorden Hess (center) and Agents Sandy Young & Sal Lugos, Lexington. Third photo taken at Exit 129 shows Agents Nathan Rizer, Lexington & Tyrone Hicks , Fairfield.

Parole hearings scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 11 and Wednesday, September 12 have been CANCELLED and will be rescheduled.