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Supervision-based programs are programs designed to divert individuals from incarcaration by providing alternatives to incarceration and thereby reduce jail overcrowding. They function to support offenders’ continued involvement with the community while closely monitoring offenders’ highly structured activities. Learn more.
Rehabilitation programs are designed to reduce the risk of re-offense by providing services that address the social, educational, vocational, and psychological needs of offenders. They function to advance offenders’ re-integration into the community. Learn more
Referral programs involve two types of intervention: (1) Assessing the risks and needs of offenders; (2) Making risk- and need-based referrals to supervision-based programs and rehabilitation programs. Learn more