The Day Reporting Program provides an intensive form of supervision for pretrial
defendants and probation offenders in Alachua County. It is an innovative program
which seeks behavior modification through intense supervision, sanctions, and delivery
of services to participants. DR services are designed to deal with the complex problems
common to offenders.
Pretrial release defendants as well as county probationers. Offenders admitted are
those who would not be successful in a less intensive release option such as traditional
Pretrial Release or Probation programs. This includes offenders from the following
groups: habitual misdemeanor and traffic offenders, domestic violence offenders,
chronic substance abusers, DUI offenders, and offenders with Violation of Probation
Capacity: ninety (90) active participants.
Limited to offenders who are participating as a condition of pretrial release or
probation, have a high need for the intensive supervision and services of the program,
and have the ability and transportation to participate in program activities on
a daily basis (Includes a final screening so that appropriateness for the program
can be determined).
Supervision activities are designed to address public safety concerns and provide
structure for participant's lives. Some services are delivered on-site while
others are provided within the community.
Activities may include:
Substance abuse prevention/intervention, mental health services, batterer's
intervention, anger management, educational assistance, employment placement, urinalysis,
and breathalyzer testing.
Sanctions may include:
Restitution, electronic monitoring, community service, and curfews. In addition,
participants may be required to attend various treatment modalities as a form of
sanction (based on the offense).
There is a twenty dollar ($20.00) weekly program fee for all participants. This
fee can be converted to community service hours (fee is equivalent to one, eight
(8) hour workday). Probationers may also incur cost of supervision fees, restitution,
court costs and fines. These fees may also be converted to community service hours
for indigent participants.
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