Day Reporting and Monitoring (BA's, UA's, and Antabuse)

It is the mission of Day Reporting Center to provide additiional supervision for high-risk offenders by monitoring employment and residential status on a daily basis, as well as compliance in the completion of community service, job search and drug testing. Offenders must appear in person at the Center as directed by the supervising officer. This program is a tool that gives supervising officers another process for holding offenders accountable.

The average caseload in the Day Reporting Center stays between 40-60. Offenders remain in the program until they are terminated successful or become non-compliant.