Programs & Services

Assessment

The science of our field reminds us accurate assessment is the key in identifying offenders who pose the most risk to our community. Further, we need to prioritize our resources to this population. 

Based upon the mentioned principles, our department prioritizes a field caseload ratio for medium and high risk offenders at 55-60 per officer.

  1. Reporting
  2. MRT
  3. Alcohol / Drug Treatment
  4. Batterer’s Intervention
  5. Gender Specific
  6. Sex Offenders
  7. Victim Family Justice

Day Reporting / Day Management Program

Requires offender to report to a central location every day where they file a written daily schedule showing how each hour of the day will be spent - at work, in treatment and so forth. The offender must obey a curfew, perform community work, and submit to random drug testing.

Day reporting includes:

  • Alcohol and drug treatment
  • Assistance with obtaining Social Security card, birth certificate and identification
  • Budget and financial classes
  • Cognitive programming (MRT, Breaking Barriers and MET)
  • Community support groups
    • AA
    • AAI
    • Al-anon
    • NA
    • NAMI
  • Dental and physical health screening and referral
  • Employment services
  • GED and credit recovery
  • Mental health services
  • Nutrition and Wellness
  • Parenting classes
  • Peer restructuring
  • Religious and mentor services
  • Skill building and Carey Guide sessions
  • Veteran services
  • Vocational Rehabilitation Services
  • Women and Adult Victim Services

Structured Time

Research indicates we need to structure 70% of a high risk offender's time. Day reporting services not only enhance the services available to offenders, but it also increases accountability and compliance.