Requires offender to report to a central location every day where they file a written daily schedule showing how each hour of the day will be spent - at work, in treatment and so forth. The offender must obey a curfew, perform community work, and submit to random drug testing.
Day reporting includes:
Alcohol and drug treatment
Assistance with obtaining Social Security card, birth certificate and identification
Budget and financial classes
Cognitive programming (MRT, Breaking Barriers and MET)
Community support groups
Dental and physical health screening and referral
GED and credit recovery
Mental health services
Nutrition and Wellness
Religious and mentor services
Skill building and Carey Guide sessions
Vocational Rehabilitation Services
Women and Adult Victim Services
Research indicates we need to structure 70% of a high risk offender's time. Day reporting services not only enhance the services available to offenders, but it also increases accountability and compliance.