DJJ is the state agency responsible for providing rehabilitation and custodial care for the state’s juveniles who are on probation, incarcerated, or on parole for a criminal or status offense. The mission of the agency to protect the public and reclaim juveniles through prevention, community programs, education and rehabilitative services in the least restrictive environment.
The agency is comprised
of four divisions and four offices. They are the divisions of Administrative Services, Educational
Services, Community Services, Rehabilitative Services, and Planning and Programs; and the offices of the Inspector
General; the Office of Legal, Legislative, and Policy Coordination; and the Office of Treatment and Intervention Services.
There are currently over 1,400 DJJ employees throughout the state serving in these divisions.
South Carolina Department of Juvenile Justice
4900 Broad River Road
Columbia SC, 29212-3552
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The South Carolina Department of Juvenile Justice does not discriminate in any programs or activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age. THE FOLLOWING OFFICES HAVE BEEN DESIGNATED TO HANDLE INQUIRIES REGARDING THE NONDISCRIMINATON POLICIES: Title IX -- Inspector General's Office -- 803-896-9595 Title II & 504 -- Special Education Office -- 803-896-8484.