Pre-Trial Intervention Program Summary

The Pre-Trial Intervention Program (PTIP) is a program designed to educate, rehabilitate, and divert prosecution of certain offenders in the criminal justice system. PTIP is operated by the Williamson County Attorney’s Office and Texas Community Supervision Alternatives, LLC (TCSA). Participation in PTIP by Defendant is voluntary. If approved, Defendant enters into a contractual agreement with the County Attorney’s Office. Upon successful completion of PTIP, the County Attorney’s Office agrees to dismiss the criminal charge pending against Defendant. If Defendant violates the PTIP Agreement, Defendant is remanded back to court to formally enter a plea of guilty to the offense alleged and accept a pre-negotiated sentence for punishment.

PTIP Forms & Documents
 TitleModified DateSize 
PTIP Application (Revised 6.15.22)6/21/2022174.03 KBDownload
PTIP Program Summary & Criteria for Admission3/5/2018283.20 KBDownload