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The primary objective of the Community Custody Program (CCP) is to provide an alternative to detention. A child is made eligible by an officer of the court or referral from the Juvenile Probation & Parole Department working in collaboration with the CCP staff. CCP staff screens each child’s case to determine the appropriate supervision level. The assessment includes both the needs and the public risk factors presented by each child.
The program employs a flexible system of six levels of supervision that are graduated and range from minimal supervision to moderate for the average offender. The additional three levels are intensive supervision with electronic enhancements, increased face to face contacts with random field checks at school, work or home for offenders with recurring concerns.
The Community Custody Program’s operation is defined by a treatment/rehabilitation philosophy that provides individual assessment to determine the services each child should receive. The Community Custody Program offers counseling, recreation, group therapy and mandates community service that delivers service to senior citizens in the community. The program provides outreach by sending officers into the community to facilitate services and provide supervision.