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Specific rules are established by each county based on its available programs and the individual needs of offenders. Levels of supervision are determined at the local level and may include (but are not limited to) work release or home detention/electronic monitoring.
While IDOC reimburses the county $25 per day for each individual supervised, additional fees may be charged to the offender while on CTP. It is at the discretion of the local agency’s Advisory Board to charge additional fees to the offender participating in the program.
Offenders do not sign up for CTP. Each eligible offender is automatically identified as eligible no more than 60 and no less than 45 days prior to that offender's CTP Commencement Date.
No, the client may live with family or friends or they can rent a house or apartment. However there is an approval process that must be completed prior to the move in date.
No, the clients can earn the opportunity for home detention through positive program participation. The court can place a client on home detention by court order.
Yes, the clients can be authorized to change addresses. However, there is an approval process that must be followed prior to moving.
There is an established property list that your loved one was given during their orientation. This list shows all approved property including approved amounts. Property may be dropped off at the facility on Tuesdays and every other Saturday between 9:00am and 1200 noon. Please contact the facility prior to drop off.
Clients are allowed to have $25 cash on their person within the facility.
Family and friends may drop off $25 cash for clients on Tuesdays and every other Saturday:
SJCCC does not manage savings accounts for clients.
Clients are allowed to have vehicles at the facility. All vehicles must be legally owned by the client, have proper license plates and must be insured.
The average length of stay for work release clients is between 9 and 12 months.
DuComb Center can house 88 male clients and 20 female clients.