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 Felons Community Corrections
Felony Community Corrections offers an alternative to institutional incarceration for otherwise prison-bound felons. The program provides in-house arrest, electronic monitoring, and drug screens for State Department of Correction inmates who are convicted of non-violent felony offenses. The program is 100% State funded.
CCA / Silverdale
Under subcontract with the Corrections Corporation of America (CCA), this program provides incarceration for convicted misdemeanants and short term felons at the County-owned Silverdale Penal Farm.
Community Corrections Probation
In September 2001, Hamilton County established a probation system for misdemeanant offenders. The goal of this program is to provide quality supervision, collect and track court costs, track compliance with special court conditions and to generate funds sufficient to cover the costs of operation through the collection of supervision fees. This program is funded by Hamilton County Government.
Community Corrections Misdemeanants
Misdemeanant Community Corrections offers an alternative to institutional incarceration for otherwise workhouse bound misdemeanants. The program provides in-house arrest, electronic monitoring, and drug screens for the Hamilton County Department of Correction inmates who are convicted of non-violent misdemeanor offenses. The program is funded by Hamilton County.
Corrections System Improvement Program
The Corrections System Improvement program offers literacy and educational services to County inmates. The program also provides alcohol and drug prevention and treatment services. By addressing the problems which have contributed to incarceration, the program will reduce recidivism and afford inmates an improved opportunity in life.
Litter Grant Program
A unique public works program aimed at litter collection and public litter prevention education to reduce unsightly and environmental harmful litter from the public right-of-ways. The program utilizes non-violent offenders to relieve overcrowding in the prison system by offering alternative sentencing in lieu of incarceration for the collection effort.
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