The program is designed to serve offenders who are considered low risk but are in need of support, guidance and direction in everyday occurrences in life while completing their executed sentence by the court. The program teaches them to be accountable for their own actions and behavior and to offer a variety of support groups as needed. Participants at initial sign-on are given an Indiana Risk Assessment System (IRAS) assessment and a case plan is developed.
Day Reporting offenders are required to provide a weekly schedule documenting weekly activities, and proof of scheduled court ordered activities and will check in to the facility every day Monday through Friday. Participants are required to abstain from drugs/alcohol and are screened regularly.
All Day Reporting participants have a curfew of 7 p.m. unless working and will be seen in their home by a Surveillance Officer based on their assigned risk level.