The Salvation Army could lose its probationary service program with Bay County this week. The organization provides probation services for people convicted of misdemeanors.
This spring Bay County commissioners asked the staff to look for other agencies to provide the probation services for less money.
After a request for proposals from four agencies, the staff selected the judicial correction services. The Salvation Army ranked last among the four groups. The staff will make its recommendation to the board at Tuesday's county commission meeting.