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INDIANA COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS GRANT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (Click on the link to access)
Instructions to use the grant system
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When considering modification from DOC to CTP, please use the following wording:
Defendant’s modified DOC release date is mm/dd/yyy . Defendant is approved for the Community Transition Program effective mm/dd/yyyy,
under Electronic Monitoring, Day Reporting and/or Reentry Court Supervision. (The last portion is optional, but not necessary)
1981 with three counties participating (grants totaling $250,000)
IC 11-12-1-1 through 11-12-3-2, I.A.C. 210
The purpose of the Community Corrections Section is to assist the Indiana Department of Correction in fulfilling its mission by establishing and operating community corrections programs that prevent crime or delinquency, divert offenders from the Indiana Department of Correction, and provide programs for committed offenders and/or persons ordered to participate in community corrections as a condition of probation in accordance with IC 11-12.
Key Statutory Provision
Local programs are operated as independent county agencies, by an advisory board under IC 11-12-2-2.
The advisory board observes and coordinates community corrections programs in the county in addition to other duties outlined under IC 11-23-2-3.
Most Common Components
Most participating counties serve both Adult and Juvenile populations. Following is reported data from 9-30-04:
The Department's established target group for adult community corrections programs is non-violent felony offenders. The target group for juvenile community corrections programs is non-violent youthful offenders who have be adjudicated for delinquent offenses that, if committed by an adult, would be a felony.
Fiscal Year 2008
Steady growth shows an increase in the number of participating counties from 19 in 1986-1987 to 73 for the 2008-2009 fiscal year.
Initiated in October 1989. Programs include truancy mediation, wilderness challenge, community service, day reporting, work crew, house arrest, home detention, intensive supervision, and juvenile reparations. Juvenile grants for 2004-2005 currently total in excess of $4 Million.
The Residental Standards will be posted as soon as needed.