Washington's delinquency services are organized at the both the state and local level. Community supervision in Washington is administered by local executive agencies (county boards) and local judicial agencies (county legislative authority). The Washington Department of Social and Rehabilitative Services, Juvenile Rehabilitation Administration, a state social services agency, administers commitments to state public facilities and provides parole services for those youth leaving those facilities. Secure detention in Washington is administered by the local Superior Court in most counties. In Clallam, King, Skagit and Whatcom counties and one regional detention center maintained by a consortium of counties, the county legislative authority/county executive administers secure juvenile detention.