Home Detention Program

The Home Detention Program is an electronic monitoring program that provides an alternative to incarceration. We bring offenders out of the jail system, re-unite them with their families and try to help make them productive members of society. By using electronic technology we can minimize the risk to society, thus allowing individuals to work and continue with school, treatment programs and cognitive behavioral programs while in their home. It is our goal to use Evidence Based Practices to properly manage and reinstate our clientele into society while maintaining public safety. All qualifying felony offenders have an Indiana Risk Assessment System (IRAS) conducted, a case plan is developed and the participants must comply and complete the recommendation of the case plan/court order.


Programs are recommended as indicated by the high-risk domains of the IRAS assessment. By requiring compliance and completion of these programs, we are attempting to reduce the offenders’ risk of recidivism. Participants of this program meet with an officer once a week to provide a weekly schedule of activities which includes:

  • Court ordered counseling and programming
  • Incentive Passes
  • Work and/or schooling
  • Medical Appointments
Surveillance Officers visit the participants home based on the participants risk level.  Before placement on Home Detention all participants need to have a completed Consent To Search on file.

Monitoring Equipment

The Home Detention program utilizes monitoring equipment from Total Court Services. The equipment is comprised of a GPS unit and a RemoteBreath  (portable alcohol monitoring).

Phone Service

You will be required to obtain a phone service if placed on the Home Detention program. You do NOT need a landline but TCCC must have a feasible way to communicate with you.

For any additional information about the Home Detention program please email us.

Grievance Form
To submit a grievance click the link below and fill out the form.  After it is submitted the grievance will be reviewed by a Community Corrections Supervisor. 

Grievance Form